Skipper233 – It Was A Honor To Be a ACP Soldier || My Final Post || 2007-2017

Hey guys!

The past years of being in Club Penguin, Club Penguin armies, and most importantly, ACP – Army of Club Penguin has been a blast. Even though there has been many, many conflicts throughout the years, nothing will change that we all made it out, together as a army, and some people may not think it this way, and some people do, but to me the people in ACP are like a secondary family to me. Everyone in ACP. No matter what was going on, what was happening, we always stuck together for each other. All of you guys has always been there for me, just like I was there for most of you guys, and I guess that’s what brought us all closer together.

Over the years I have met many wonderful people, and quickly became friends with them. And for the people who are still around today, we’re still friends. And I hope after Club Penguin, ACP, and many other armies shuts down, i’ll still be able to keep in touch with some of you guys.

*play this song while reading on*





September 09, 2006 – I was at school, in the library playing games on the computer. When I saw a good friend of mine, on some kind of penguin game, throwing snowballs at some other people. I asked him what’s it called, he said “Club Penguin” I looked it up and I saw it on the miniclip forum. It looked really awesome, so I decided to create my own account. My penguin’s name was Skipper, because that was my favorite character in the movie “Madagascar” and the 233 was the time I was creating it. Back then, I wasn’t really creative so I just look around me, to create the penguin’s name. I chose my favorite color, black because it’s mostly my mood all the time. I used my own email address, and I created a password that I could easily remember. So that is when my penguin was born.

The first server I went on was Mammoth. It was always full everyday. There was a lot of other penguins on it and they all seem really friendly. When I first went on Club Penguin, I kept saying I was new and asking people for help. During that, people kept adding me and I just accept it. I played a lot of games and won, and then I earned enough coins to get a really cool head item, the Roman Helmet.

November 24, 2007 – I mostly just played games and group up with some other penguins, wearing the same color to play some good ole ice hockey. My favorite team sport, on the game. After me and the other people on the red team beat the blue team (37–21) I went to the dock and I notice something very, very awesome and interesting. I saw a big group of orange penguins and another group of green penguins. The green penguins was shouting “ACP ACP ACP ACP” and the other penguins was shouting “Fever” I thought the ACP looked cool, so I turn green with them and joined them. I asked them what does ACP stands for, and a penguin named Rapidy said “Army of CP” so as I battled with them against the orange penguins, I looked up Army of CP and found it’s website. I saw that they had a lot of people that joined, so I decided to join them as well. I then went to their chat.

The chat was full of people who played Club Penguin. I saw the same guy, Rapidy on it. So I clicked on his name and private chatted him, saying I joined. He said awesome, and ask if I was on CP. I said yes and that he was the one who answer my question. He then told me to focus on the battle. So I did. The battle lasted for over an hour and it was really fun. I then found out that the ACP was the first Club Penguin army ever made in the year 2006. I also found out that it was created by Oagalthorp, and the orange penguins were another army, called “Watex Warriors” and the battle was because of their leader’s Fever (Watex) retirement. The battle was a big thing in this part of warfare. On the chat, leaders were giving out orders of what to do next on Club Penguin.  We threw snowballs at them and we kept chanting “ACP FOREVER” and “ACP ACP ACP ACP.” We then moved to the room that would soon be the dojo.


March 22, 2008 – The day of Oagalthorp’s retirement from his ACP leadership. Oagal’s retirement was the biggest part in ACP history. It was the end of the guy who pretty much founded Club Penguin Warfare, a true Club Penguin legend. Oagalthorp has led the Army of Club Penguin 2006 to 2008 and he has led them through some tough wars and times, during it’s history. Huge wars like World War 1 and World War 2, and he led them through depressions and the Golden Age. During his last battle, a lot of ACP soldiers has attended. Some people didn’t want him to go at all. But nothing stopped him.

The retirement of Oagal has put a small impact on ACP, only a little. Some people decided to leave, but other soldiers decided to stay. Here’s a video of the battle.

The day after Oagal’s retirement, I had to retire myself. Because my dad’s lung cancer was getting worst, so I had to take the time off, to be with him and support him. So I retired on March 23, 2008 and I didn’t know if I would ever return to Club Penguin or ACP in the future. I had a really great time, being in this army and it was a blast. The highest rank I earned during that time, was 4th in command. I would truly miss a lot of the friends i’ve made and the people I battled alongside with and against. This was a true experience. I hope the Army of CP lives on forever, for new people who joined the miniclip would have a chance to have the same experience, as I did. I hope to return and remember ACP FOREVER! 

The Return

June 03, 2011 – The return of the great soldier – Today i’ve returned to Club Penguin and CP Warfares. I lost memory of my old CP account, Skipper233. So I decided to create a new one named, Akon1133. Due to that time, Akon was my fav singer. As I made the new account, and tried to get all the stamps and items I could find on the island, I made a couple of friends on my home server that was still popular. Such as Obama8100/Bigmail, Emmycat, Yoyo, Dutyj1/Midnightwave, Lion Hobby, and more. One day when I was just hanging out at the Town of Mammoth, I decided to get a pin from the underground lake, that’s when I saw my former army Army of Club Penguin (ACP) throwing snowballs at this one penguin (I forgot his name) I decided not to give up my true identity so fast and having people from ACP remembering me, so I joined the one penguin’s side and threw snowball back at ACP (sorry) the penguin was hit, so I dragged his body back to safety and continued to defend him with everything I could. The 1 vs. 20 battle went on for 37 minutes, until I manage to dragged the penguin’s body out of the room and into safety. We hid as the ACP patrol set out, to search for us. Once I knew they have left, we ran all the way to my igloo. We rested there for a while, I asked the penguin, why were they attacking him and he reply ” I attacked them first” I asked why and he said “because they’re evil” the last reply made me uneasy. If I told him I was a former ACP soldier, he would might think I was evil as well and try to run from me while still wounded. So I kept quiet. After an hour of just talking and hanging out at my igloo, I told him to stay there, while I check the server, in case anymore patrols were still looking for us. I saw no one as my last check was at the plaza, so I decided to send the penguin a ‘Go to plaza’ postcard and he came. We went into the Pizza Polar and ate some pizza. (Could use some more seaweed)

December 28, 2011 – Re-joining the Army of Club Penguin – It has been a while, since I seen the penguin, I’ve saved. I’m guessed he retired or went away, and I was becoming very bored with the game. I decided to go back to warfare, I looked up the ACP website, and when I saw it, I saw it was still alive and was being led by two penguins, Flipper7706 and Kenneth1000. I decided to still remain unknown, so I went on their chat and acted new. I commented on the join page and I told the current ACP owners I joined, it took me 3-4 weeks to get my rank, but that was because i emailed one of the leaders, Kenneth and he saw it. I went on the ACP chat as the same name, Akon1133. That was also the name given on the rank. I was private all over. I quickly made it up to captain in 3 months, I did all my best, recruiting, attending events, helping out and etc. During the 2nd month, I moved up 2 ranks. Then in the 3rd month I was titled captain. I was able to make friends with Kenneth, Mchappy, Ekpenguin, Slider and Carter. One day I met Obama8100/Bigmail on the chat and he was a mod rank. I told him who I was and that we met on CP and we become closer friends.  I then saw Bobcatboy10 and Kg 007, Fort57 and I told them who I really was, they were shock. I ask them not to tell anyone and they agreed. At first Fort57 did not believe it was me, and until I gave him proof, he believed. I told them I forgot the info to my old penguin account and etc, and they understood. When I re – joined the Army of CP, they were at war with Nachos and Ice Warriors a lot. We would mostly max over 50 people on Club Penguin, so I thought ACP would remain big forever. (I’m gonna skip most of the times, because 1. they’re not really important and 2. i’m too lazy to type all that)

March 17, 2013 – The day I reveal myself  –  As the Army of Club Penguin allied themselves with the massive blue army who tied ACP size along the battle field. ACP started to get more intense, during the new times of the army. Other armies has decided to join the game, such as Light Troops, Doritos of CP, and more. They were a big change into the latest Club Penguin warfare, some were allies with ACP from the start. Others were a huge threat, with leaders that craved for nothing but power (Hitler all over) and they wanted to spread rumors that ACP is evil, only to get more people to join them, so they can find the chance to destroy us. Although no matter how much they tried, they could never defeat us. No matter what everyone living soldier in ACP, would recruit new people and we would just get bigger and bigger. I been known to ACP as just a new recruit, named Akon1133. Ever since I re joined, I had made great progress. I decided to tell everyone who I was, with the support of Fort57, Kg 007 and Bobcatboy10. As the chat was full, all the moderators and owner + Kg, Bob, Fort, Boomer, and Shab was on as well. I changed my name to Skipper233 ACP Captain [ACP 2007 veteran] on the ACP chat. Everyone soon remembered and was shock about my return, they kept pc’ing (private chatting) me and chanting me name. It felt good to be online, as Skipper233 again. I even found my Skipper233 account info and I logged onto it, I had over 39 friend request and 41 postcards. A week after, my old friend Pete Vance went onto ACP chat and he saw me. He was so excited, he kept pc’ing me and asking me questions. At first he didn’t believe I was Skipper, but until he tested me (his questions are awful) I answer them all and he was shock. He then ask if we could hang out onto Mammoth, and I agreed. It felt good to be back, but things changed after all that, new leadership, coups, and more has happened. (Skipping straight to 2014/2015)

Unremembered month, 2014/2015 – The changes in the ACP nation – The Army of Club Penguin was in for a big change. Some leaders got coup from their power in the army, ACP suffered recruiting effort, and lack of soldiers being active. The ACP was in another depression. We started lowing from sizes from 40 to all the way to 20-27 on Club Penguin. A lot of scheduled events were cancelled, there were a lot of inactive owners and mods on the ACP chat. The ACP was dropping on the CPAC top ten, and it was once in the small/medium army top ten, with medium army sizes for a week or two. Leaders only led ACP for a year, or 6 months then retired, and the next person was appointed to leadership. It was a living hell, in the ACP nation. To other armies we were known as an easy target. A lot of armies such as Nachos, Light Troops and even medium, new armies they were made in like a week declared war on us, to make themselves look bigger and better. Their goal was to finish the ACP, for good. They were savages. Then Club Penguin started to change itself. The CP moderators became more strict, toward CP warfare, they started banning any recruiters right on the spot. They then discover from CP Warfare, that armies been using auto typers, to recruit at unlimited time, so they banned anyone who was saying the same thing for a long time. Numerous people has sent Club Penguin a complaint about these new changes, and that the ‘Disney controlled game’ is ruining the Club Penguin Warfare that has been happening for over 9 years. It’s true that Club Penguin changed since it was taken over by Disney, new Club Penguin players said they created CP. Well actually no, they didn’t. The real creator of Club Penguin is a well known, game designer named Rocketsnail, he created Club Penguin in the year 2005 and he sold Club Penguin to Disney. My opinion: Club Penguin was way better off without Disney, we could do a lot more and it was better for everyone/everything, Warfare, players them self, and etc. But that’s only my opinion, I cannot speak for anybody else and it’s my history/story i’m writing, so I pretty much have the write to express my feelings.

During the year of 2015 (the month doesn’t really matter) the ACP was being led by two of my favorite Club Penguin foster parents, Purpleslime and Fluffyboy3. When they led the Army of Club Penguin, they were doing really good. The one thing that we had trouble with succeeding with, was recruits and getting ACP big again. But they were great leaders, people kept talking bad about them. But there was nothing wrong with them, yes they were both dating and leading the army at the same time. But one thing they did as leaders, is make ACP fun, they always got people hyped up before/during events and they added all these new fun systems. The main reason about Club Penguin and Club Penguin Warfare, is to have fun, and make new friends. People get to serious with the game, and they start to cyber-bully other people and get mad, when someone doesn’t do the right thing, or the army not doing good. A true army leader, is mostly calm, and make sure everyone in the army is having fun and make sure the army is safe, fun, and etc for the soldiers.

After Purple and Fluffy retired as leaders of the Army of Club Penguin, the new given leader was Ahmed 7569 and the ACP was still the same size. We kept getting the size of 17-25 on Club Penguin. During this time, i’ve have done so good, I regain the rank of 4th in command and I was really happy about it, I kept doing what I was doing, Recruiting and attending all the events.

After 3 months of the ACP be solo – lead by Ahmed, one of the ACP 2ic, who was former Doritos of CP leader/legend, Bam117 was promoted to leadership of the D.R.A.C.P(The Democratic Republic of the Army of Club Penguin) alongside with Ahmed. Then after a week or so, the army started to grow, with the size from 23 to the size of 30+ on Club Penguin. It was a miracle. I once called Bam a wizard. When Ahmed was leading Army of CP solo, the reason other armies wanted to destroy the army, was because they did not approve of Ahmed’s new rank and they wanted Bam as leader. So they were punishing the whole army. I’ve been the Army of CP 4ic for about 3-4 months and I kept wondering to myself, when I would get the chance of being a full 3ic rank (owner rank) and once I am, I will do everything I can, to help the army in any way. The ACP is on the rise now, and it will soon be known as the number 1# army on the Club Penguin island, as it always was. Now with the new leadership, it will keep on rising for now own and we will be ready for anything.


My Full Army Experiences

  • ACP 4ic (5x) / Temp Owner
  • RPF 4ic(2x)
  • Nachos 5ic
  • Ice Warriors 4ic
  • SWAT Leader(2x)
  • Golds Leader
  • Navy of CP leader/Creator(4x)
  • Marines Leader(2x)
  •  Elites Leader
  • UMA
  • Army Republic 5ic
  • Striking Raiders 2ic
  • Doritos 4ic


I will miss you all, and I hope to keep in touch with some of you guys, through kik, or somethin. But I wish you all the best in life and in your futures, and who knows, maybe we’ll come across each other, in another game or so.

There is a possible chance after the final event tomorrow, I will still come on the ACP chat and hang, and/or I might not. But I just wanted to let you guys know how thankful I am to play into this game, with you guys, and building up our friendship with soooo many of you guys. And together we were all able to create a community, where people could come on, meet up and have fun and be happy. Without y’all, none of this would of happen. We are what made Club Penguin more fun, and better for people. And it is truly amazing how long and far we’ve gotten.

Once again, I wish you all the best of luck, and let you know how happy I am to have you guys as friends, and to be in the very first Club Penguin army ever made, and making it out this far.

Thanks you.

~Skipper233 || 2007-2017

Until Now,


136 Responses

  1. I was gonna add my thanks to people individual in the post, but there was just so many people. And I didn’t wanna leave anybody out. But this is my final post onto the ACP site, before it is completely shut down.

  2. I’ll miss you [wiz].

  3. You were one of the first people i met in this community! I still remember the day you made me Navy leader or something and i totally screwed it as i was a noob back then! I’d like to apologize for my mistake. You were so kind and respectful towards new peeps like me and that’s what i value bout you apart from your leadership skills!

    Just like how you don’t forget the tune when a song fades out and stops playing, I will never forget the priceless memories of our friendship even though you are going away. Goodbye and i wish you luck and success in whichever field you embark on in future! 🙂

  4. Thanks for all your dedication to the army and to our great little community.

    My best,


  5. Goodluck in life friend 🙂

  6. It was great having you in ACP, and the army in its essence is grateful.

    • It was good serving this great army, under your leadership. I’m gonna miss you, and thanks for all the times you’ve been there when i was dealing with personal challenges in real life, etc.

  7. You are one hell of a cool dude. Hope life treats you well

  8. Good luck with everything skipper 🙂 what a decade we’ve had.

  9. Hiya Skipp. I Don’t exactly remember ya, but i know that we are friends. I saw you in ACP sometimes, and your kinda nice 🙂 nice work, and remember CP always.

    You will be missed.
    Have a good day always c:


  10. It was great having a veteran by our side. Especially the one who knows alot about army history. And im glad you stood by us at time of needs. You may not be a legend but for me, you’re a heroic damn legend.
    You worked hard and always never dissapointed. Hope we could’ve worked together more. Maybe in the future perhaps. Thank you Skipper for everything. Surely your devotion to this army was an inspiration.
    All the best in the future my friend.
    Stay safe.
    ~ CapnRyan11

  11. Skipper my man and good friend its been an honor to have been you’re friend for many years good luck in life best wishes to you. See you on the far side.

    • My main man, and my best friend, what a adventure we’ve had, through out all these years, i’m gonna miss you, and i’ll keep in contact with you on facebook and kik, etc.

  12. Wishing you the best Slider, I’ll be seeing you around on the ACP kik chat. Our times in armies were truly grand! 🙂

  13. MISS U

  14. I know the future will always hold great things for you Skipper!! This is a sad day and time seeing the game we all cherished being terminated. You have always been a great soldier, leader, and most importantly, friend. Over the years, you and I got to see this army grow for most of its time and it taught us a lot. Even though we have had countless of times of going back and forth discussing if I was your doggy or not, but for here on out… I am. *TRUTH REVEALED*

    Anyways, have a great life filled with many blessings and times of joy! For now,

    ~ACP Bob

  15. I’m glad to have known you, and even though you weren’t in Ninjas, we became good friends! Good luck with everything!

  16. Was a pleasure to work with you Skipper, especially in the Navy. Hope everything goes well in real life. You will not be forgotten, thank you for being a good friend.

  17. You’ve been a great friend and an even better soldier. I’ll look back on the thousands of hours we’ve spent together and it will bring me great joy.

  18. You served the army of club penguin well: to be honest i am suprised i never encountered you when i actually was in the color wars, in the blue team, i should have caught up with armies before: but i couldn’t find those forums.

    But good luck in your life and despite our enemy status that occured at some point in Twitter:

    You were still a good inspiration to others and been in ACP for that long:

    – Buggins Will.

  19. It’s been fun! I’ll cherish all the memories I made here in ACP with you and the hundreds of others

  20. We boolin

  21. Bye man, thanks for being in the ACP

  22. Skipper, you’ve been around here fever since I can remember probably because i only joined in 2010. But over the years you became a good pal and I’m glad we were in the same army. It’s incredible how you kept at it till the very end and I hope that now as this part of your life is coming to a close that your next venture is a good one.
    – Bunker

  23. I didn’t know who u were till like, Saturday, but you’ve been a great guy for the short time I’ve known you 😀

  24. Goodbye Skipper. *salute*

  25. See ya later flyboy.

  26. I really think everyone could learn something from you Skipper, thank you for your time and dedication and being one of the many reasons ACP was what it was!
    Good luck solider,

  27. Although we didn’t get the chance to speak much, you’re a swell guy and another member of this community that will be missed. See you again, perhaps, some day.

  28. It’s been quite nice getting to know you even though there wasn’t many chances or opportunities to speak to you. It was awesome to have a veteran that was in this community for almost a decade that continued to operate until the very end. It’s been nice helping you out in whatever ways I was able to do.

  29. After 2013 we kind of parted ways but, I will never forget the moments that we had especially in Navy of CP. You gave me my first shot of being a leader and we did good together. I just wished we didn’t separated after. Would of made one hell of a team.

  30. I’ve seen this post so many times lol. Goodbye Skip, you were a great soldier. *Salutes*

  31. Skipper great job in ending your army career from where you started. I love you my brotha. Hopefully you can play other games with me in the future xD. I salute you.

    • Thanks bro, and i’ll hit you up, on what games i’ll be able to play, and we’ll still be able to contact each other on kik, and discord, snapchat, etc.

  32. It was nice knowing you 🙂

  33. You were a great troop showing amazing loyalty, nice to know of you Skipper

  34. It was nice to know you, Skipper. I hope that whatever lesson or skills you acquired here aids you in achieving your goals in your life.
    You will be missed.

  35. Thanks for sharing your story, my friend.

  36. Good to know you Skippers.

  37. Nice knowing you dude, good luck in life

  38. As a veteran, I wanna say it was a heck of a ride. I retired a long time ago, but seeing CP die; it gives me memories that I can’t relive. It would probably make someone think, “wow, you played that game most of your child hood? that must be depressing!” I mean, yeah, I could’ve been out playing basketball or something, but this gigantic wave of nostalgia brings me back to our large community and the 200+ soldiers we used to have; waddle on, my friend. RIP Club Penguin.

  39. always sad seeing people retire..

  40. I am going to miss you a lot! ^^ Thanks for serving ACP! And Good Luck for your future!! 😀

  41. Even if you’ll retire from cp, i’ll be by your side forever

  42. See you around, cowboy.

  43. I even remembered my wordpress account for this.

    We had some great times together in the ACP, Skip, and hopefully we can keep in touch from here on, even if the ACP isnt around anymore.

    • We did have a great time, it is almost hard to believe that our birth army, that we’ve spend most of a long period of time in our lives, knowing is now shutted down. It has lasted for a good amount of time, that i’m sure a lot of us expected. And yes, i’ll make sure i keep in contact with you through facebook, as long as with some others from back in the day. Thanks for being a great friend, Clintos!

  44. Thanks for being such a great ally, friend, and dedicated soldier to ACP. I know your hardworking attitude will take you far in life, and I can assure you that you’ll succeed in all of your future endeavors.

  45. bye bro 🙂

  46. Aw Skip we’ve been through so much together! Sad to see you go 😦 You have been a great and loyal troop for years. I also really appreciate that you appreciated me and fluffy’s leadership, so thanks for that! Wish ya luck in the future!

  47. Ah the old days of ACP late 06 – early 07. I’ll miss you man. Hope to stay in touch. Nothing will ever compare to those days. Hope you accomplish great things in your future.

    • I’m gonna miss you too, and i’ll be sure to stay in touch with you when i can, and i hope you have a great future as well! I’mma miss you Flappy.

  48. Good luck in life.

  49. Skip,
    Thank you for all your years here – both for the ways you’ve contributed to my life and the way you’ve contributed to ACP. Soldiers like you – who stuck with ACP for so many years – are in a class of their own, and it is my opinion that it is those people that made ACP so great over the years. And I love ACP – have always loved ACP – so for that, I thank you.

    All the best,

    • Thanks for being such a amazing friend, Fox. I hope you have a great future, and i hope we’re able to stay in contact, like on kik, etc in the future. :mrgreen:

  50. You’ve been in the Club Penguin army community for quite some time now, and it’s a shame we’re all being forced to retire. But hey, it was a good time waster wasn’t it? Long live ACP and all other armies.

  51. One of the most epic cp army stories I’ve ever read. We’ll miss you bro, good luck with everything, whatever it is you do in life, don’t settle for mediocre.. always strive for the best because that’s what you deserve 😉

  52. i love bad bitches

  53. Cya Skipper, good luck with whatever the future holds.

  54. Thanks for dedicating your time to this army and us all. We all will miss you, thanks for being a great comrade and a great friend. I hope you have a very bright future ahead of you.

  55. good luck in the future man, best to you and down the line, hopefully we’ll meet again

  56. I remember when you first joined SWAT. From the first time meeting you to now you were probably one of many good people I talked to in my army career. And you were a good troop as well. It was great seeing you get leader in swat and see how far you came in armies. Good luck in life.

  57. Not my rockhopper – 2017 meme see you around lil man

  58. Fight the good fight, Skip.

  59. Thanks for sharing, Skipper. Because of my main ACP period being between 2008 – 2011 we never really got to cross paths much but I’m glad we got to represent the same army and I’m certain that your influence in the army would have been felt when I was active. Waddle on, peace out and best of luck for the future!

  60. It’s been a long 10 years. At least we’ll always be able to look back at the great times we had and the amazing things we did.

  61. Wow, 10 years is quite a long time. I wish you the best in life, it was great having you in ACP, Skipper!

  62. Glad I could get to know you, Skipper. Fear the Wave, my friend.

  63. Wishing you the best Skipper 😊 Hope you succeed in life and see you soon x

  64. Thanks for being friend! We’ll miss you!

  65. Goodbye,Skip! Your CP army story was fascinating to read. Thank you for all you’ve done for us. All the best for your future!

    • I’m gonna miss you too Mch, it was a honor to serve ACP, under your leadership. Thanks for being a great friend, and always being there for me! ❤ :mrgreen:

  66. You are one of the oldest veterans and it was nice knowing you will miss you surely!!!

  67. I liked the song it was very good. Have a nice life

  68. Adios Skip! I don’t know you that well so I don’t have much to say, but I hope life treats you well.

  69. Man, Skipper. We never really talked but what I could notice is that you are a great and focused person. You never fit in ACP’s chat, as you acted so straight..if you know what I mean…Goodbye man, good luck in life bro! ❤

    • Thanks, bro. and yea ik what you mean, but ACP has always been my home army in this game, and everyone in ACP are like family to me. But i still fuck with the Nachos though, same with some other armies, no matter what, 100. i got friends in nachos, rpf, etc. and there was a timei was in nachos under Hurricanex leadership. but no matter what acp will always be my home army. but thanks bro, i wish you the same, good luck in your future, :mrgreen:

  70. It’s great to see some old faces once more. The retirees came back for us in the end. 😀

  71. Big Skips, a great soldier but an even greater individual and friend. Best of luck to you in the future. You’ll surely be missed.

  72. Thank you all, for wishing me the best of luck in the future, it really truly means a lot. :mrgreen: I hope I will be able to keep in contact with some of you guys, thru out in life, such as on kik, facebook, snapchat, email, instagram, etc. And it was great to see some familiar faces again, people i thought i would never see again. But also my biggest thanks, goes to Oagal. Without you bro, there prob would be no ACP, so therefore i’m thankful, thankful to be a soldier in the glorious army, and thankful for all the friends i’ve made along the road.

    Until Now,

  73. I should of chose the 2pac song, “Life Goes On” lol but oh well. xD

  74. It was good knowing you! I hope Club penguin and ACP have had as profound an effect on you as it did on me. Live a good life, my man!

  75. Skipper my boy it has been a long and enjoyable journey. Good luck with whatever you do in the future and don’t forget about your buds at ACP. 😀

  76. my penguin, wondering around, in the club penguin rewritten island, in the heavy acp armor, cold, dying, tired, lonely, malnourished, and dehydrated, it is day 5, of the shutted down of ACP, ~Skipper’s Journal

  77. Good luck in life Skipper, you have been an amazing friend and an awesome soldier, it was awesome to have been in ACP with you

  78. Nice knowing you skipper, you played a great role in this community

  79. As a lifelong RPF, this is someone I greatly respect. He was a great mod in RPF and accomplished a lot in the community elsewhere. You are someone I’m glad to call a friend and ally. Thanks for all of your dedication, it was great to be in RPF with you.

  80. May your retirement be filled with peace and happiness! I was sad when you left RPF, but I am glad to have met and learned a few things from you! May the clover and rebellion force be with you.
    -Zottffss, the friend who always gave hugs (hugs).

  81. See ya man. Great times we had here on ACP.

  82. One of my greatest friends

  83. I’m gonna always remember your time in RPF.
    Fight The Good Fight every day whenever you are!

  84. This comment is to let everyone know that Skipper had messaged almost everyone to make a comment, and the large number of comments is solely due to the pressure of being asked to leave a comment. Rather attention-seeking, it sure was. Otherwise he would have got no more than 12 comments.
    His requests for people to leave a comment persisted even after the closure of armies.

  85. 2020 and still here

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