Flipmoo/Slimball2007’s Final Retirement from Club Penguin Armies

My virtual peregrination of 7 years; now coming to an end. You are now reading the final retirement of Flipmoo/Slimball2007, and his perennial legacy herein preserved for generations to come.

View my retirement event results here!

I cannot believe how long it’s been ever since I created my first Club Penguin account on February 8th, 2007. The years that I’ve spent in this virtual community are very important to me, and I mean it in a way that transcends the usual platitudes. I’ve learned and discovered a lot of new skills and knowledge throughout my career. From the founding of the Impossible Mission Army Force & achievement of becoming an ACP leader to my induction as a Club Penguin Army Legend, I’ve had many triumphs and obstacles, but overall and most importantly; I enjoyed every moment of it. The time I spent with each and everyone of you will live on inside of me and will never be forgotten.

Major Achievements/Accomplishments during my army career.

  • Founding of the Impossible Mission Army Force. Created in 2007, grown in 2009, and perished in 2012.
  • Inducted as a SMAC Legend (September 2013)
  • 30th Leader of the ACP // DRACP President (Lead for 8 months and 10 days)
  • Given the title; “AUSIA Sculptor” (CPAC-December 2013)
  • Bronze Medal Award (ACP)
  • Inducted as a SMAP Legend (April 2014)
  • Inducted as a Club Penguin Army Legend (CPAC-April 2014)
  • (Awards given after my retirement are on this page.)

During April of 2013, I had joined the Army of Club Penguin in hope of restoring the ACP to what it once was–the best. At the time I joined, the USA Division was in shambles, owner ranks were unable, and the troops were demoralized due to the several defeats in the wars they encountered. Although the reason that I retired from the IMAF in 2010 was because I moved to Japan (time zone differences), I joined the ACP for my first time in 2013 to see if there was anything I could do to help out the ACP, and to possibly leave my name in history.

I was made a high moderator rank and was promoted to the highest moderator rank just a couple weeks later. I then started implementing a new division into the ACP. The AUSIA Division. The word “AUSIA” was made by combining “Australia” and “Asia” into one, and was first used by none other than the ACP itself. (Credits to Monsoon for creating the name. :P) At the time, the division itself was mostly unheard of, and most of the army community did not have an Australian/Asian force. However, during my time as an ACP 4th in Command, I managed to gather a few troops from the Australia/Asia region bit by bit, and soon we became the largest AUSIA Division in history. Just 21 days after officially joining the ACP I was promoted to a 3rd in Command, which allowed me to further improve it. My gratitude goes to Mchappy and the owners during his leadership for allowing me to become an ACP owner–without you guys I wouldn’t of have been able to do what I am known for now.

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Along the way I met some wonderful people from the Australian/Asian community such as Splasher 99, Selena, Dw2608, and Snaketeja. They all contributed a lot for the AUSIA Division when we first started off, and I thank them for that.

After Mchappy was gone for a few days, people started to misunderstand that he had gone AWOL. On June 22nd, 2013, I was appointed as a temporary leader alongside Capncook, and we lead together for a couple days. Mchappy retired upon his return seeing that the ACP were in a stable condition. Capncook & Tori were inaugurated as the next ACP leaders, and I was promoted to a 2nd in Command.

The AUSIA Division was finally deployed and used effectively when AR declared war on the ACP. The AUSIA Division was mostly unmatched, and in total had won 12 battles, tied once, and lost twice. Eventually, ACP surrendered the war, but I was impressed with how the AUSIA Division did, and also surprised at how effectively this division could be used during wars. But this was only the beginning. Ever since this war up until my retirement (and possibly further), ACP’s AUSIA Division had never lost a single battle.

In the war against DW, the AUSIA Division had 17 victories and 0 losses which forced the war into a stalemate since the USA Division wasn’t as strong back then.

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After Tori had announced her temporary leave from the ACP on August 21st, 2013, I was appointed as a temporary leader for the second time alongside the 29th leader of the ACP, Casiusbrutus. Tori returned a week later and I was made a 2nd in Command again. 😛

On September 13th, 2013, I was inducted as a SMAC legend for my triumphs in the IMAF, and had gotten a vote from all of the committee members that were involved with the elections at that time. 😛

On the same day (September 13th, 2013), Sercan and I led an AUSIA event were we maxed 56 and averaged 42 throughout the whole event. ACP hadn’t had an event where they’d max over 40 in a long time, so it was a very memorable event which eventually brought ACP to first place on CPAC. ACP hadn’t gotten a sole first place position ever since July 15, 2012 (under the leadership of Mchappy), so this event was truly a turning point for the ACP, and it also became one of my main highlights of my army career.

On top of that, in the war against LT in October, the AUSIA Division had 26 triumphant victories and 0 losses.

Later during that same month, the Nachos declared war on the ACP. However, the ACP were strong enough to hold them off, and eventually we had won the war. The AUSIA Division had 15 victories and 0 losses against the Nachos by the time the war ended.

November 16th, 2013.

This was the day I became an ACP leader by overthrowing the previous leader, Casiusbrutus, with the help of the ACP soldiers, Sercan, and Jerry.

The coup d’etat was a very notable moment for myself and the whole warfare community. A few seconds after the chat was reset, I was flooded with literally 60+ private chats that congratulated me for finally becoming an ACP Leader and also for impeaching one of the most unfavorable leaders in ACP history. The chat suddenly inflated from barely one full chat to over 4+ full chats, and I was extremely excited and amazed with how positive the affect had towards the ACP. The only thing I regret about this moment is that I didn’t take a video of it. 😆

The impeachment of Casiusbrutus ended the war with SWAT, disbanded the New Dawn Alliance (which was seen as a nefarious organization at the time), and restored ACP’s reputation by getting rid of what had been defiling our legacy.

 ACP’s reputation had taken a significant hit during this period. With its controversial alignment with then-RPF Leader Elmikey in the New Dawn Alliance, steady opposition to CPAC, a highly-publicized picture-faking scandal, and a brutal treaty that brought the war with the Nachos to an end, resentment of ACP’s leadership was growing from both without and within.

Enter Flipmoo, Sercan, and Jerry. With their ascension to power brought a wave of change to the landscape of ACP. Their first act, to rewrite the Nachos treaty, set the tone for a leadership that intended to restore its reputation as a loyal ally and a respected adversary. And this they surely did, ensuring good terms with DCP, IW, RPF, DW, UMA, SWAT, RF, and the Nachos, perhaps a greater amount of allies or mutual respect than ACP had at any point in its history. 

~Boomer 20

A week later, I promoted Sercan to leader alongside myself, which marked the start of the Sercmoo leadership.

Jerry was a 2nd in Command at the time, but he was also a part of the newly formed leadership, and with the three of us combined we were able to achieve great sizes at events and also maintained a stable position on the weekly CPAC top 10.


February 14th, 2013

The ACP Triumvirate

On February 14th, 2013, Jerry was finally promoted to an ACP Leader, and for the first time in ACP’s history, the ACP were operating under a trio leadership. This leadership was named the “ACP Triumvirate”, and it soon became one of the most well-known leaderships in history.

This leadership was unique because each leader was in charge of a regional division: Jerry–Commander of the American (USA) Division, Sercan–Commander of the European (UK) Division, and Flipmoo–Commander of the AUSIA (Australian/Asian) Division. This allowed the ACP to be omnipotent by having three powerful regional divisions, allowing us to dominate any army that declared war on us. With a strong USA, UK, and AUSIA division we were nearly unbeatable.

The ACP Triumvirate came to an end when Jerry retired from the ACP, but the prestigious legacy of the first trio leadership in the ACP was preserved on a CPAC post by Boomer 20 which can be seen by clicking on here.

Sercan also retired soon after due to some unfortunate occurrences, but I will never forget the days when all three of us lead together.

A week after Sercan’s retirement, I promoted Purple Slime4 to an ACP Leader. Her promotion was well received by the community and the ACP troops, and I was extremely happy for her as well. She earned it a lot, and her loyalty was something that amazed the eyes of many.

After being in the ACP for almost 1 year and 4 months, its time I say good-bye to all of my friends and comrades that I’ve made and met. I will forever cherish this camaraderie even after I leave this community forever.


December 31, 2007

Future is made from history.

Under the arms of a future legend, the creation of an army is made. No one could tell how, or where the idea came from. It wasn’t thoroughly or clearly thought out. It wasn’t known to him what would occur because of his true creation. Where would he end up? How would it go? Where would it go? It was a simple idea. Make a cool army, just like several others, and run one for fun. There wasn’t anything serious involved. Complexity was out of the question, yet the front story to follow his beloved creation is obscured. What follows one event leads to branches of different opportunities, as well as its share of failures. Different decisions cut off paths the mass of branches. A path is woven out of balanced decisions.

The decision to create this army, the backstory, is held by the legend himself. Two others become legends as well, a trio of friendship to run this army. Growing attention, this army. Memories will overflow when looked back upon. Nostalgia. This army, like many others created, have their own history. It is different from others. Our success is followed by a depression. It is not our time to die right now. To let go of this army is to remove a bridge in history.

~XRD Blade

The IMAF was one of my best creations of all time, and without it I wouldn’t be where I am today. I’d like to thank all of my friends for the wonderful opportunity of allowing me to lead such a wonderful army.

2:43 of the video above was surely the best moment I ever had during my time in the IMAF. 🙂

Since I’ve said my good-byes to the IMAF back in 2009, I’ve decided to only include the people that I’ve met one more in 2013~2014.

IMAF Veterans

10chuckie10: I was surprised to see you on the ACP chat room. It was nice to talk to you again. Take care and good luck in life.

78562cool: Hey buddy. You and I both reunited when upon my return and lead the Revival Force together. I was very happy when you decided to join the ACP (even if it was for a short while), and I’d like to thank you for keeping the ACP going along with the other owners while I was on leave. You did everything you could to help the ACP and I’m really thankful for that. You’re a great person with a nice heart, and I wish you luck in whatever awaits you! 🙂 I’ll miss you Cool!

Jojordan12: I missed you buddy. I was glad to be able to meet you again. You’re work in the RF was great, and I’m glad we got a chance to lead together once again. I hope we’ll still be able to contact each other. You’re one heck of a man.

JordFan: Hey bro! You and I have known each other ever since 2007, and we’ve always been together in the IMAF. You were my best buddy online, and I’ll never forget the moments we shared in this virtual community. Let’s still keep in touch from time to time by e-mail–I’d love to talk to you some more. :mrgreen:

Litning Miq: Lit! I was glad that I was able to see you again! You’re a very strong character, and I was glad that you chose to be in the IMAF back in the days. Even in 2013 you haven’t really changed that much, which made me remember the fun times we had in the IMAF. I’ll miss you man.

Trumpet Dude: I love you. Haha. You are certainly one of my best friends that I’ve ever met in my Club Penguin career. I’ve known you since 2007, and you’ve always been a trustworthy friend. You’re such a cool guy, and I loved talking to you.  I’ve always treasured the conversations we had. I hope to keep in touch with you, and I wish you luck in college. You’re my true best friend–I’ll miss you.

XRD-Blade: Hey Blade. I was really happy to see you rejoin the RF along with 78562cool and Hardyboyzxv. It brought back memories of the IMAF. You are such a talented figure with kick@$$ graphics and a very kind personality. I am honored that you were once the leader of the IMAF. You will be remembered forever and I sure do miss talking to you. E-mail me some time.

Hardyboyzxv: Hardy Boys! Haha. You were a very loyal troop in the IMAF, and when you joined the RF I knew that you could be someone that I could rely on. You’re a great man and a great friend, I’ll miss talking to you.

Aaronstone42: The guardian of  IMAF. I enjoyed talking to you, and I was also glad that someone from the old days still came on. The times that I’ve spent with you were really fun, and I’ll  miss talking to you. Pass on the IMAF legacy, will ya? 😛 Good-bye, friend.

Mario/Mudkip171: Hey man, I’ll still be able to talk to you on kik but I’d like to thank you for being such a great friend. You were one of the closest people I knew in the IMAF, and I trusted you a lot. Thanks for always being there for me, and I hope that we’ll still maintain this relationship for a long time. ^^

Quackenbush: Damn, you’ve changed a lot. Just take care and be careful of the choices you make in life. It was nice seeing you again.

Sky1700: Hey man, I was glad to be able to see/talking to you again. You’re great at making graphics, and I’ve always enjoyed our conversations. Thanks for all the gifts you given me as well. You were a great, reliable friend and I wish you luck in life man.

Skystorm: You’re cool as always man. I hope I can talk to you again sometime in the future. 🙂


Mchappy: You are one of my most favorite leaders of all time. I was (still am) truly amazed at how nicely you treat everybody. You gave everyone equal attention, answered to everyone’s request, and showed me what a true leader should be like; your benevolence is something that I will never forget for the rest of my life. I also enjoyed the conversations we had about anime–you influenced me a bit on those parts as well. 😆 I’ll miss you a lot, but I do hope that we’ll have a chance to talk again when we see each other in the future. Thank you for everything. 🙂

Monsoon: HEY MONNNNNNNNNNNNNN. You were the first person I had ever called on Skype in this community, and I enjoyed every moment of it. Even after I retire, I’m willing to answer any calls from you so let me know if you’re bored or looking for someone to talk to. 😛 You are a very kind, cheerful, and caring person, and thanks for being one of the best people I have ever met. I enjoyed talking about anime with you, and your xatspaces are just the best. I won’t be on as much but I’ll visit xat from time to time so feel free to kik me if you’d like me to come on. I’ll miss you!

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Sercan: I still remember the day I was in the hospital after my appendix surgery. Despite the pain that I’d been enduring at the time, I voted for you on the ACP site for the 3iC elections since I wanted you to be one pretty badly. 😆 We eventually planned a successful coup together, and needless for me to say, that was one hell of an event. You and I brought ACP to first before we overthrew the previous leader, after a long recession, and that’s something I’ll never forget and will be proud of forever. I also enjoyed the anime conversations we had; it’s always nice to talk to someone who has the same hobbies!

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Good luck in life man, and KIK me whenever you’re bored or if you have any anime recommendations! :mrgreen:

Jerry: From the implementation of the ACPRF to the rise of the USA division, your leadership skills were outstanding in the ACP. The ACP Triumvirate leadership became one of my most cherished memories in this community, and I thank you for making it so epic for us. You were also a pretty chill guy to hang out with, and I’d love have more conversations with you even after I retire. I’m also impressed by your anime addiction! 😆 If you have any more great anime recommendations please let me know. Thanks for being such a wonderful friend.

And for once, Jerry, you can reveal your true self to me. There’s no need to put on that identity mask when you’re having a conversation with me. 😛

Splasher99: You’re an amazing (and closest) friend whom I probably trust the most in this community. I still remember the day when I asked you to be an AUSIA 2nd in Command when my exams were approaching in early 2013. I was still a 3rd in Command and you were a member that wasn’t even in the ACP at the time. After the war with AR, I realized how great of a leader you were, and eventually you earned the position of becoming an ACP owner. You influenced the AUSIA division a lot with your Azis videos ( 😆 ) and inappropriateness,  but that made the AUSIA community a fun and enjoyable place. You had the humor that I didn’t have in me, which is why you supported me a lot by keeping the troops motivated and happy. You are an amazing leader with a colorful vocabulary, and your posts were just overwhelmingly good. I couldn’t of have asked for a better person to lead alongside myself, and for that I thank you. We’ll still keep in touch (hopefully), but let me just say my final good-bye as an ACP leader. Thank you for everything, Splasher. I’ll never forget the efforts that you’ve put into the AUSIA division to make it what it is today.

I’ll miss you buddy.

Mrtchy: You’re a very kind person with a large heart. I’ve known you ever since I was a leader in the IMAF, but I cannot thank you enough for contributing a lot for the ACP and its AUSIA division. Although you hated anime ( 😆 ) we got along pretty well and soon became goodly friends. Thanks for being such an amazing person, and I’ll miss you a lot. I’m very happy that you were able to achieve ACP leader because you definitely earned it. 🙂 I’ll always be there to support you if you ever need any help. I’ll miss you a bunch, and I hope we’ll still keep in touch! Good luck with the ACP, buddy!

Dw2608: One of the most loyalest soldiers I’ve ever met in my army career. You never joined any other army and stuck with the ACP from the creation of the AUSIA division to my retirement. I cannot express my gratitude to you for sticking with the ACP, and I’m glad that you were able to become a 3rd in Command. You were very smart and analyzed every situation/conflict carefully and accurately, and I enjoyed seeing that. You have a bright future ahead of your life, so I wish you luck in whatever you do. See ya buddy!

Snaketeja: Hey Snake! Same as Dw, you’ve been in the ACP ever since the creation of the AUSIA Division. Thanks a bunch for always being there for the ACP, I owe you one. I also believe that you’ve attended the most AUSIA events out of all the Australian/Asian troops in the ACP. You always magically appeared right on time of an event and helped lead–you have no idea how helpful that was for us. Again, thanks a bunch for everything you’ve done for me, and for us. I will truly miss you.

Boomer 20: Boomer, you’ve been such a wonderful advisor and you’ve supported me for a long time. Thank you so much for everything you’ve done to help us out; I’m really grateful for it. You’re an amazing person, and I hope that we’ll still be able to talk even after this retirement. 🙂

Turborobo999: Hey Turb! Thanks for all everything! You were one of the first AUSIA troops to join ACP’s AUSIA Division, and for thank I thank you. 🙂 Good luck in life buddy!

Selena: Hey Selena! Thanks for being such a wonderful person and working towards improving the AUSIA division when it just started. I’ll miss you a lot.

Jet Nugget: I loved talking to you. You were always nice to everybody, and I really enjoyed having all sort of conversations with you. (Especially our anime talks. :P) There aren’t as many people who are as kind as you are, and I hope we’ll stay in touch and be able to talk once in a while to check upon each other. 😛 Take care buddy, and stay safe.

Vivek: Hey Vivek. You were one of the first people that I recruited into this community, and I must say that you’re one hell of a leader! 😛 You and I had our conflicts, but in the end, I’m glad that I was able to meet you. I wish you luck in your career, and please continue to make AUSIA community grow! I’ll miss you buddy.

Lauren: Hey Lauren! RAINBOW DASH! Haha. I’ll miss your pony stuff 😦 You were a great, caring friend and I wish you luck with the AUSIA division. Thank you for everything! 🙂

Purpleslime4: PURPPPPPLEEEEE!!! You are an outstanding leader with a VERY kind heart, and I was really happy to be able to lead with you. I’m sorry for forcing my anime fandoms onto you at one point (:lol:) but those are now one of my most cherished memories. Thanks for being such an awesome person, and I’ll miss you a lot. Good luck with the ACP! 🙂

Flipper: You’re an intelligent person; it was a bummer that we didn’t really have the chance to talk to each other that often. I’m sure we would’ve had some interesting conversations if we talked, but I guess that won’t be happening anytime sooner. 😛 Also, thanks for voting for me for a temporary leader when Mchappy went AWOL. I’ll miss you.

Stromae: Stromae! You’re a wonderful, caring person with a large heart. You had the potential to become an ACP leader but it was a bummer that you had to leave. Thanks for being such a generous friend, and I wish you luck in your career. Feel free to contact me on kik if there’s anything you’d like to talk about (preferably anime 😆 ) I’ll miss you!

Mikester: mike mike mike mike mike–you are a great diplomatic leader and your advice will help the ACP from hereon out. I’m depending on you to keep the army going and helping the leaders out when they need it; you’re a kind, logical person and I’m glad that you decided to join the ACP. I also enjoyed the fun anime conversations that we had, and I’d be more than happy to continue it, so feel free to message me if you have any recommendations or if you want to talk to me about any other shows. 😛 I’ll miss you man, and good luck with the ACP.

Chain: At first, I wasn’t so sure about what kind of a person you were, but in the end you proved that you were serious and dedicated towards the ACP, and I thank you for that. You are such an amazing person and an amazing recruiter, you have no idea how much potential you hold and capabilities that are waiting to be awakened. I’m sure that you’ll be able to achieve leader someday if you stay long enough, and I’ll come visit to congratulate you if that happens. ^_^ Thanks for being such a great friend and a great commander, I’ll miss you a bunch. Good luck in the ACP!

Ahmed: You are the shining star of the ACP! You’re a really kind, caring, and fun person and I’m glad that you decided to join the ACP. You are amazing at helping out new recruits and guiding them, and I hope you do realize that your actions are leading to ACP’s prevalence. You are a very loyal troop and I expect a lot from you, so I wish you luck in the ACP! Thanks for being such a great friend! I’ll miss you!

Wyoskyguy: I enjoyed talking about anime with you! 😆 Good luck in the ACP, and thanks for being such a great friend. I’ll miss you a lot, and hopefully we’ll still keep in touch!

Sheep: BAA! Thanks for being such a cheerful and wonderful friend! I’ll miss you a lot!

Aaronstone: Thanks for sticking with me at the beginning! You were a terrific friend! I’ll miss you!

Kenz: Thanks for being there ever since the start of the RF until the end of my retirement in the ACP. You were a great friend and I’ll miss you a lot. Good luck with your studies and I hope you get the best education out there! Farewell, my friend!

Matre: Thanks for all the support you’ve given me. We never really had a long conversation, but I could tell that you were a pretty cool guy. Let have another enjoyable conversation if we ever meet again. ^^

Oagalthorp: I was glad that I had the chance to talk to you during my career. Although we’ve only talked for a few minutes in total, I enjoyed every moment of it and I hope that we’ll be able to have those conversations from time to time if we ever meet each other again.

Sonic: Thanks for being a great friend! Good luck in the ACP! I’ll miss you!

Bobcatboy10: Thanks for sticking with the ACP as a Secretary of Defense. You contributed a lot on dealing with diplomatic issues, and I appreciate it a lot. You definitely earned the Medal of Honor, and I’m glad that I was able to witness it. You’re a very kind person, and I’ll miss you a whole lot. Bye Bob! 😥

STAR: You take care, alright? 🙂 I’m looking forward into seeing your name on the owner ranks! Good luck with the ACP, and I’m depending on you to keep it steady and strong! 😀 I’ll miss you!

Katerina: You’re are the AUSIA Division’s shining star! You have a lot of potential, and I’m depending on you to keep ACP’s AUSIA Division going. I know you can do it. I’ll miss you a lot. 🙂

Amax1: You’re a great, loyal troop and friend, and I’m glad that you joined the ACP. I am very impressed by your dedication to the ACP, and I’ve always enjoyed having conversations with you. Just remember to think wisely before you act and jump to conclusions. I’m sure you’ll be a great leader one day, so keep trying and never give up! I’ll miss you buddy!

Rix: My Japanese friend! I’ll miss you!

Gar: You’re a great multi-tasker; able to do anything equally and efficiently. I’m really glad that you decided to join the ACP, but don’t worry if you don’t get promoted quickly. These things take time, and I’m sure that you’ll be able to achieve owner if you stay long enough. I wish you luck and thanks for being there for us when we needed you the most. Bye Gar!

Rawkinman: You’re an amazing person! Thanks for being such a terrific friend. You’re best at what you do, and I am thankful for everything you’ve done to help the ACP grow. I’ll miss you buddy!

Vivienne: You’re a fun person to hang around with. Thanks for being such a wonderful friend, not just to me but to everybody in the army. I’ll miss you a bunch. Take care, and good luck with Math! xP

Ivan: Bye Ivan-san~

Fluffyboy3: Thanks for being such a wonderful friend! Ever since I became a 3rd in Command you’ve been a very nice and cheerful companion. I’ll miss you a lot and I wish you luck for the remainder of your army career!

Jack: Thanks for joining the ACP man! I know that your dedication is legit, and I’m expecting a lot from you! You’re a wonderful friend and a very competent leader. I can’t wait to see you as an owner, because I’m sure that you would successfully bring ACP to prevalence when you become one! Good luck in the ACP, buddy! I’ll miss you!

Foldez/Cole: You’re a pretty chill person and I enjoyed our conversations on chat. I’ll miss you!

Earthing: Thanks for being such a great friend! Good luck with your army career!

Bjkb: Thanks for being such a wonderful friend, Captain Levi! I will miss you!

Albaro Lord: You’re a very great friend and a very good leader. Thanks for keeping the USA division going after Jerry retired, I really appreciate it. Although your time in the ACP will end soon, I wish you luck and I hope that we’ll be able to talk to each other even after we retire. I’ll miss you buddy!

Peter9977: Good luck in the ACP! ^^

Alex Mcg/Anna Mcg: My favorite brothers/sisters! I still remember the first time we met. You both wanted to be the ACP mascots and asked for my approval. 😆 Those were all great memories, and you guys ended up being one of the most loyal troops I’ve ever seen. Thanks for being such a great friend, I’ll miss you guys a lot.

Kingfunks4: You’re a great UK leader and a pretty chill guy. I really enjoyed talking to you and I cannot express my gratitude to how much you’ve supported us overall. Your temporary returned helped us a lot, and you’ve also supported the ACP in many other ways. Thanks for being such a great friend. I’ll miss you a lot. 🙂

Lionz: Hey Lionz! You have a long future ahead of you, but remember to never rush on your decisions. Take your time and earn your way up the ranks. I was glad to be able to meet you, and please let me know if you end up watching some other good anime show. ^^ I’ll miss you!

Alexa: We had a bit of a bumpy road and never had the chance to fully understand each other, but overall I appreciated your company and pointing out things that you thought were out of order. You were very rational and dealt with the situation efficiently, so thanks for everything.



Paying respects to our allies.

Elmikey: Hey Elm. You and I shared the same ideals at first of restoring the old Club Penguin army warfare, but I believe it’s impossible with how it turned out to be now. Though I did enjoy our conversations and I’m glad that I was able to be a friend of yours. You’re an outstanding recruiter, and you brought back the motivation and inspiration of the new troops with your autotyping methods. Thanks for everything man, I’ll miss you. Good luck for the remainder of your army career!

Haha, you gotta admit that this was funny. xP

Thanks Elm ^_^

Lilstar: You were a great leader, and thanks for carrying on the ACP/RPF alliance even after Elmikey retired! 😀 I’ll miss you.

Silverberg: Hey Silver! I was pretty surprised when you linked me to that old post of yours! I never knew we had known each other from that long ago! xD You’re a GREAT leader, and I’m sure CPAC and the army community will give you the recognition you deserve soon enough. Thanks for being such a great friend, and I’ll miss you a lot. Hopefully we’ll still be able to talk to each other from time to time, so good luck with your army career!

RPF’s AUSIA Division: You all are amazing! I hope that one day you all will lead the AUSIA community to prevalence and eventually make them as big as the other UK and USA divisions. I’ll miss every one of you!


Mustapha 10: You’re an amazing friend and an amazing ally. We didn’t start off quite well, but eventually we become really close allies and I cannot express my gratitude for always being there for us when we needed it. Also, thanks for being patient and allowing us a chance to repay you guys for all you’ve done. You are one of the most trustworthy and dependable friends that I’ve met in my career. Thanks for everything buddy, I’ll miss you.

Bam117: bam bam bam bam. You have a different taste in anime, but you’re a really amazing person and I’m glad that I was able to meet you. You’re funny, nice, and fun to talk to, especially when it comes to anime. 😛 I’ll miss you a bunch, and I hope we’ll still be able to talk once in a while.


Zakster: I love your graphics. 😛

Bluesockwa1: You’re a funny person that makes outstanding posts, and I’m glad that I was able to meet you. We shared our anime fandoms, had serious conversations at times, and it was generally fun talking to you. You were a great friend, and I’ll miss you a lot. Thanks for everything. ^^

Bluesockwa2: You’re a logical person who was a bit strict at times, but that’s what made me like you in the first place. 😆 I enjoyed talking to you, and I wish that I’d been able to known you a bit more. Though I’d like to thank you for being a good friend, and I hope we’ll be able to talk a bit more in the future. I’ll miss you!

Wgfv: Thanks for being good friends with the ACP. You’re a funny guy, and I hope to see you around when I occasionally visit the ACP chat. 😛

Wexief: You’re a really funny person, and I’d like to thank you for supporting me during the ownership crisis in the ACP. I hope that I’ll be able to meet you again someday.

SaW: Hey man. We’ve known each other since 2009, and I still remember the 2-day merge we had between the IMAF and the CPEQ. We ended up having a rivalry with the Golds and weren’t on the same side, but you were a good friend, apart from the fact that you erased IMAF’s history. That hurt. A lot.

Beeky: You were an understanding leader and I was glad that we were able to be on good terms throughout our leaderships. You were a great person and I’ll miss seeing you around. Good luck with the Nachos!

6789cool: Hey man, I’m glad that you were able to achieve Nachos leader at the end. You totally deserved it, and I wish you luck for the remainder of your army career. I’ll miss you buddy!

Spi101: You’re a pretty chill guy, and I enjoyed our anime chitchats. 😛 You have potential but it seems like you’re being bounced around by the same armies over and over again which I think is completely wasting your abilities, but that’s not something I should barge in on. I wish you luck for the remainder of your army career, and let me know if you watch any other epic anime shows! 😛

Burr: You’re a pretty cool guy, and the ACP vs AR war back in 2013 was something that I actually enjoyed. Thanks for being a cool guy and I hope I’ll still see you around.

1122334a: You’re one of my first friends that I was able to make upon my return in early 2013, and although we haven’t talked much in 2014 you’re a pretty cool guy and I enjoyed talking to you. I’ll miss you buddy! 😛

Unk/Nico: Nicooooooooo. Hey Unk. I was surprised to know that you were actually Nico. I still remember seeing you on the RFW chat in 2009 with Pringle, Rice, and Poch. Those were one of my greatest memories of all time, and I enjoyed every moment I visited the RFW chat to talk with you guys. I’ll miss you a lot, and congratulations on becoming an army legend! ^^

AUSIA Division Battle Record

Ever since the start of ACP’s AUSIA Division, we’ve been keeping track of our victories in a page on the AUSIA division website. Dw2608 contributed A LOT in creating this, so I’d like to give him a special shout-out. This page truly displayed the dominance and the prominence of ACP’s AUSIA Division, which is why I’d like to share it with you all.

Founded by Flipmoo on June 27th 2013, the ACP Ausia Division has been the largest, strongest, and prevailed Australian/Asian Division in the history of Club Peguin warfare during its generation. With the help numerous prominent commanders, the Ausia Division has had many victorious battles. This page collects the best moments of the Ausia Division, including our greatest battles, events, historical moments, and much much more. But the best part is seeing the enemy surrender, and now you can enjoy that moment here.

~Dw2608, the first ACP Ausia Division Commissioner & ACP 3rd in Command

The A.C.P. Ausia Division Memoir



Who said that Friday the 13th was unlucky? On that legendary day, we showed the whole CP warfare community how amazing we are.

September 13th, 2013- “The Golden Day”

56 troops in total!


March, 2013.

The ACP Ausia Division’s first unscheduled event.

July 5th, 2013.

Practice Battle against AR.

July 9th, 2013.

ACP Ausia Invasion of Ice Berg against AR.

July 10th, 2013.

ACP Ausia Division Invasion of Crunch against the AR.

July 12th, 2013.

ACP Ausia Division Invasion of Outback against AR.

July 14th, 2013.

ACP Ausia Division Defense of Ice Berg against the AR.

ACP Ausia Division Invasion of Slushy against the AR.

ACP Ausia Division Defense of Crunch against the AR.

July 15th, 2013.

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ACP Ausia Division Defense of Yeti against the AR.

August 9th, 2013.

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ACP Ausia Division Defense of Wind Chill against the AR.

August 10th, 2013.

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ACP Ausia Division Invasion of Crunch against the AR.

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ACP Ausia Division Invasion of Bubblegum against the AR.

August 11th, 2013.

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ACP Ausia Division Defense of Ice Age against the AR.

ACP Ausia Division Defense of Half Pipe against the AR.

August 30th, 2013

IW surrender

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against Ice Warriors

September 17th, 2013


ACP Ausia Division Invasion of Wool Socks against DW

September 18th, 2013

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Hockey against DW

September 19th, 2013

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Slushy against DW

September 20th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Snow Angel and Spainish Yeti against DW.


September 30th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Snow Bound, Cold Front, Fog and Ice Box against DW.


October 1st, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Ice Box, White Out, Matterhorn, Ice Rink, Patagonia, Sardine, Marshmallow, and Jack Frost against LT.


October 2nd, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Migrator, Caribou, Walrus and Summit against LT.


October 6th, 2013

Defense of Winterland.

October 9th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Half Pipe, Wind Chill, Breeze, Snow Day, Outback, Crunch, and Snow Globe against LT.


October 6th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Avalanche, Cold Front and Sherbet against LT.


October 17th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Fiesta, Ice Berg and Snow Day against LT.


October 20th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Tea, Wind Chill, Winterland and Snow Fort against Bloodline Alliance.

October 24th, 2013

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Breeze against Nachos.

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Snow Forts against Nachos.

October 25th, 2013

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Northern Lights against Nachos.

ACP Ausia Divsion invasion of White Out against Nachos.

October 29th, 2013

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Avalanche against Nachos.

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Outback against Nachos.

October 30th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Zipline against Nachos.

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Fiesta against Nachos.

November 1st, 2013


ACP Ausia Division invasion of Down Under against Nachos.

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Sled and Flurry against Nachos.


December 27th, 2013

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Half Pipe, Bob Sled and Tea against LT.


December 28th, 2013


ACP Ausia Division invasions of Big Foot and Sherbet against LT.

January 3rd, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against Nachos.


March 22nd, 2014

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ACP Ausia Division pratice battle against SP.

March 26th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against DW.


March 27th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against Nachos.


March 28th, 2014

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ACP Ausia Division practice battle against EW.

April 3rd, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against DW.


April 11th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against PR.


April 17th, 2014

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ACP Ausia Division practice battle against IW.

April 20th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division pratice battle against PR


April 22th, 2014


ACP Ausia Division invasion of White House against SWAT.

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ACP Ausia Division invasion of Breeze against SWAT

 April 23th, 2014

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ACP Ausia Division invasions of Half Pipe and Snow Globe against SWAT.

April 24th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Koscuizko against SWAT.

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Sabertooth against SWAT.


April 25th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Arctic and Christmas against SWAT.


April 26th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Fog and Sherbet against SWAT.


May 1st, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against PR.


May 10th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against PR.


May 11th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against IW.

May 16th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against PR.


May 27th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Avalanche and Mammoth against LT.


May 28th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Summit and defense Mammoth against LT.


May 29th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasions of Fjord and Ice Box against LT.


June 5th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Canoe against SWAT.


June 19th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against Celts.


July 7th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division invasion of Mittens against UMA.


July 24th, 2014

ACP Ausia Division practice battle against the Ice Warriors.



With the AUSIA Division alone, we’ve had

101 Victories, 1 tie, and 2 defeats.

under my leadership ever since the start of ACP’s AUSIA Division. Outstandingly, that’s a 97% win percentage. Once again I’d like to point out that none of this would have been possible without the contributions that numerous people have given to make the AUSIA division what it is today. Thank you all for making it such a wonderful career, and I can’t wait to see what kind of legacy you guys will create from now on.

Well everybody, you’ve reached the end of my 7421-word-long retirement post.

You’ve all been wonderful friends and I am really glad that I was able to take part in such a prestigious army. I bid you all farewell, and good luck.

For the last time,

Gєηєяaℓιѕѕιмσ Flιρᴍσσ (ᎦᏟᎻᏁᎬᏐᏃᎬᏞ)

Retired ACP Leader

62 Responses

  1. This was also my 190th post on this website!

    Good-bye everyone! Thank you all for everything!

  2. Reblogged this on ACP AUS/Asia Division and commented:

    So this is it, the moment we never wanted. Good luck, Flipmoo, you will always be remembered.

  3. *Salutes as one tear rolls down cheek.*

    xox, poochiepluuuumsss ! 🙂 🙂

  5. ctrl+f my name
    didn’t find
    op pls

  6. When I came on chat for the first time in two years, and you offered me a chance to accomplish my goals of becoming owner in ACP; I was frankly, enthralled. You taught me all the things you knew about Ausia, and I am speechless at how grateful I am for you to do that for me. I will do my best to have ACP’s Ausia prevail, as it always has.

    Thank you for everything you have done for me, this has got to be the saddest moment in CP armies that I have experienced..


  7. Flip I have served under many army legends, including Puck, Poch, Pringle, trickster and others, but you have been the most influential to my career. Even before I re-joined ACP I knew they would be ahead of their time, not just size wise but intelligence as well. I knew before there was more to ownership other than just leading events, but you took it to a whole new level, encouraging me to expand my diplomacy to a whole new level, something you do fantastic at.

    As the weeks have gone by, I can’t help thinking about the immense improvements that were implemented in ACP during your time as leader. I’ve never seen a leader able to carry an army on his soldiers like that from such a hard time. I think that separates you from the majority of the past ACP leaders.

    It’s been a great 8 months my friend, it’s time to say au revoir.

  8. Thanks so much for all the amazing memories, Flip…

  9. Goodbye Flip. 😦 Make sure you visit!

  10. flip

    ur the best

    im cring now with this post

    ACP couldn’t have asked for a better leader, strategist or AUSIA commander. You helped pull ACP out of the recession and led the army back into its world power status, and it’s stayed there almost throughout your entire leadership. Your diplomatic skills were amazing and without you ACP wouldn’t be the way it is now. And don’t worry, you had your humor. 😛

    Thank you so much for everything that you’ve done for me. You really went out of your way to promote me up the ranks and push me into the ownership. You allowed me to lead where I had previously had no experience, and you supported my decisions and choices. It was an honor to serve in the ACP under you.

    But above all- you’re a really great friend, and I think that’s what matters most. Ily. ❤

  11. I like to think of you as to the ACP what Puckley was to the Nachos; their modern legend. Your career, obviously, has been one to remember, and I’ve said most of what I wanted to say in my post. In any case, I’ve enjoyed knowing you and I’m glad we were able to take such high-profile ranks in this community at the same time — your presence has been appreciated and I hope to talk to you again in the coming months. Best of luck.

  12. 2 defeats what!!!
    Lol, joking aside you were a great leader and a great person to speak with. Part of me deciding to temporarily assist the UK division was to see what it was like to be an owner under your leadership and you reminded me of Flipper when he was leading the Army of CP. Well done on your achievements and welcome to the nagging retired leaders ub.

  13. Well, I have lots of think to say, but you know me well enough, after all the time we spent together, I think you know what I would say. We will keep in touch, Flip, that’s for sure. But yea, I’m not going to say good bye or farewell, but see you soon Flip, good luck in everything.

  14. Thank you for your service.

  15. tl;dr
    jkjkjk of course I read it, dude!
    sad to see you leave, you created a giant advantage for the acp, doing a huge impact to this amazing army (did i say that right?). you’re an awesome guy and i had a great time leading with ya. you still gotta pay for that time i had to pretend to be some weird anime person, though.. grr.
    good luck with life. i bet your vocabulary will help you go far… peregrination? perennial? herein? sounds like something to do with puberty xD!

    i would use better grammar right now but why bother! im slime.

  16. Flip, I should thank you for the last time for making me one of the best troops of ACP. And ACP with its ACPTR and ACPRF was just amazing, and that made me learn all about ACP. And please don’t forget Cheedu too! And this can’t be a sadder moment. The people who called you a d*ck, I was so angry. *wary* But one thing, Flip, you must come to chat everyday!

    Good luck!

    • *salutes* x googol= 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

      Sorry if it was a long on.

  17. Bye Flip, I’ll miss you. You were a great army leader, best of luck

  18. Wow, such an amazing career. Thank you for being an awesome ACP Leader! We will all true miss you!

  19. Flip, I’ll miss you soooo much!!! I still remember the day you recruited me xD c: You’ve also been an amazing and admirable leader for Acp and have guided it so well! You’re the reason Acp is what it is now (Amazing)!

    You gave me a chance to lead and always gave all of us alot of motivation!!!!!! You were an inspiration for everybody in Acp! And we all love you so much ;D

    I don’t know how I’ll ever be able to repay you for all that you have done for me. I just want to tell you that I’m really grateful for everything!
    Thank you for Everything Flip!!!!! Thank you so much 😦 (Oh great, I was hoping I wouldn’t burst into tears)

    I hope I’ll be able to see you again Flip!!!!!!!!!!


  20. Thanks for your time in ACP, Flipmoo

  21. You missed someone on the acp part of your post.
    Sorry to see you go dude 😦 I’m going to miss you. I’ll be retiring soon anyway. Thanks for making acp the greatest army ever today.

  22. You forgot me 😦 anyway, you are a really great leader, bai flippymoomoo :3

  23. Aww can’t believe you’re finally leaving ACP. We’re gonna miss ya 😥

  24. You being Aussie and all, I never really got the opportunity to get to know you as well as I would’ve liked to. That being said, you brought groundbreaking change, not just to ACP, but to the entire community as well. Something that not a lot of people can say. Though not always the biggest fan of them, I always respected the decisions made during your leadership. I have a level of respect for what you’ce accomplished that is a rarity. I think you’re a great guy, and you’ll certainly be missed in the unpredictable, crazy world of CP armies. I wish you nothing but the best, and I’m proud to say I served under you, Flipmoo.

  25. Flipmoo you’ve made an astonishing leader of the ACP, and it is very sad to see you leave us. You will always be remembered as someone I trust, and talk to. Please visit us and kik me every now and then. You’ll be missed and thanks for giving me a chance in the ACP. ❤

  26. Flip, this post almost made me cry xD, I will miss you so much 🙂 , stay strong and good luck in your life 😀

  27. … Two losses. 😆
    But in all seriousness, peace.

  28. Yet another retirement post I’m not on 😐 jkjk I wish you could’ve stayed for Legends cup V, I’ll miss you so much (tbh I’m so close to crying right now 😥
    P.S. As for my hiatus, I will in fact be returning July 30th with no extension to August 8th.

  29. Flip, true friend, you are a great friend and you will always be remembered by me. I hope we can talk about anime as I too have a interest in it so maybe we can kik sometime in the future. You helped me in times when I needed it. Even though we are from two different time zones its cool that we can still keep in touch if I stay up long enough XD. I hope you remember me and make sure to come onto ACP chat once in a while to keep up with what’s going on ;). You are the best ever and you will always be my favorate from the AUSIA community, also you were one of the first people I knew online that was from Asia :). Good times Flip, from begginging to end you are in my book as a true and good friend :). I will never forget the day that I woke up at 4:46am while my parents were asleep to attend your last event and I did :). I will miss you Flipmoo *salutes*.

  30. When you first moved into ACP and started helping the Ausia division, I knew I saw a true legend in you. You’ve led us through tough times and I know how much we all meant to you. However bad must we overcome you made it possible. Flipmoo, you are one of the best leaders I have served under and it has been a privilege to work with you in your final days when I became owner. I hope you succeed in later life and farewell. *salutes*

  31. Bye Flipmoo! You have made ACP so strong and without you we would never be first in the champinships! Have a great future and we will never forget you! 🙂

  32. Although ACP has a strong dislike for me I thought I’d come on and make this comment.

    Even though I didn’t like everything you did you were very influential and I wish you would’ve downplayed things a little like using anime references for the divisions. Stuff like that just bothered me and didn’t make ACP feel like ACP.

    But you were influential and a lot achieved more than most people in the past year have and thats something.

  33. Flipmoo, I want to thank you for the trust you put in me, and I hope that I helped the army in a real way with what I have done in the past.

  34. Flipmoo pls

  35. Dang not even a mention from IMAF

  36. Not a paragraph lover but you were a great leader. Bye.

  37. Goodbye noble one

  38. BAA LOL. Omg. Those 11 pictures showing me surrendering AR’s servers. ACP had an AUSIA force so much superior to mine, despite my AUSIA force forming much earlier than ACP’s. Your leadership, your recruiting, everything you could do was something i dream i could. And i automatically look up to you as a role model.
    I remember the day we first met very vividly, and i will never forget the great friendship we had.
    Thank you for making AUSIA what it is today…
    Rest In Grass

    -Fluffy Sheep-

  39. Flip, you were one of the greatest leaders I ever had the pleasure of working with. It’s a shame that our triumvirate did not last very long, but we managed to do some amazing things in that short time. I know you’ll go on to do even greater things in life, so I wish you the best of luck. Goodbye old friend and onwards to the future.

  40. Aww Flip…. Though I joined ACP in March, and that’s not a really long time, I’m sure you were and are one of the greatest leaders in history. You will be forever remembered in everyone’s mind as the Supreme God of Ausia, and will never be forgotten. Without you, I don’t think I’d ever make it to mod XD . Thank you a whole bunch, Flip, for your contribution to the ACP and your kindness to the troops. For that and lots of other things, you will be missed and remembered, forever and ever. Good luck in life, and come on chat more often so we can talk to you. Everyone hopes you won’t retire, though.
    *salutes* Hope to see you soon, Flip. Once again, thank you for everything.

  41. ill miss you so much Flip. You were my best friend and inspired me a lot in CP armies.

    Lινє Lσηg αη∂ Pяσѕρєя
    I will never forget you.

    Your good friend,

    Mondo <333333333

  42. Were gonna miss you so much Flip :c
    Thank you for everything and thank u for adding me in the acprf site,nobody has been added me for like 2 or 4 weeks XP
    Bye Flip ;-;

  43. I woke up to a text this morning that said, “Flip thanked you on his retirement post” and I said “Really?” because our meeting was highlighted by me trying to destroy your regime. But I always had the best relationship with you out of the three, because we always dealt with each other rationally and intelligently. I’m glad you appreciated my criticism. I appreciated your willingness to listen.

  44. Long Live Flipmoo/Slimeball2007.

  45. Flipmoopoo, *salutes

    ill come to asia to hug you

  46. thought you said you’d written about me

  47. The end of and era really. Congrats on everything you’ve done and I hope the ausia div stays strong.

  48. Goodbye Flipmoo ❤ thanks for being a role model when ever I needed you to be (:

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