My final post & final poll

Hello for the first time on the site since June 2015! And hello for the last time too…

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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*

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For those that don’t know or remember me I’m a former ACP leader and one of the Guardians of ACP.

These days most of the updates and requests I receive are through still active friends and retired members of the community, which brings me to this post.

I’ve started to hear unsettling and uncomfortable news about a certain soldier in ACP: Noka.

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ACP’S Last Invasion

Let’s go back to where it all started:


Tomorrow at 5:30 pm EST, ACP will invade not only it’s birthplace, former capital, but the birthplace of armies itself. ACP will be the last army to invade this historic server and I hope you can join us, the Army of Club Penguin, in accomplishing that.

❗ Invasion of Mammoth ❗

When: 27th March 2017

Server: Mammoth

Times: 10:30 pm gmt, 5:30 pm est, 4:30 pm cst, 3:30 pm mst, 2:30 pm pst

Rockstar1819’s last words/Retirement: The last ACP Ausia Commander

Update: It looks like someone trashed my retirement post. I find it utterly disrespectful because I put my heart and soul in making this special post. So heartless, that I feel like I want to punch the one person who threw it in the bin like garbage, with my anger out. I told Shab about this and he said the things I need to restore and it appears to work[sorta].

Update 2: I restored my post after the incident, it appears that the comments were deleted and I couldn’t do anything to salvage it back though I still have the comments in my comment notification.

Edit: I also added Chances by Five for Fighting in the link description below. An emotional song dedicated just for you down below, enjoy!

I know this is gonna be a long long… post but this is shared to my insights and reflections before retiring on March 29th. Please bear with me or just for one last time. 

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The Conclusion – ACP AUSIA [Gendarmerie] Final Event Results And Closure


The Army of Club Penguin.

Ever since Flipmoo entered the Army of Club Penguin’s ranks in 2013, this army has been the pinnacle of the AUSIA community. We weren’t a mere division. We were a family. With great regret I hereby announce the closure of the Army of Club Penguin’s AUSIA Division following its final event today.


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Final Weekend Event: Breeze @ClubPenguin #ClubPenguin

Hey guys!

Today we logged onto the server Breeze, at 3pm EST for the final weekend event, before Club Penguin completely shuts down. Today, during the event we was able to have a maximum of 15+ on Club Penguin. And everyone stayed active, and did the tactics through out the event. Here are some pics of the event. Photo Creds, goes to Sonic and Bam. Continue reading

The Future of the ACP

   To our soldiers, retirees, and passersby who associate parts of their childhood to the ACP: on behalf of the Army of Club Penguin, I come here to relay a message concerning the future of this army.

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The Final ACP Events




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Final Retirements

Let us bid our final farewells and thank-yous to the final generation of troops who’ve carried the army this far.