I haven’t given you guys a post in a while, and I think you guys could use a good one. I want to do some recapping on how RPF is doing and where RPF is going. A lot of you are new, so you should be brought up to speed.
The Rebel Penguin Federation is nearing an end of an era right now. Eras are usually changed through leadership elections, or some times simply duration of time. RPF has fought numerous armies this year, and has lived to tell to tale. Better yet, RPF managed to conquer some armies completely. If you went back a year ago, you would find a Nacho Supremacy. The Nacho army at this point is barely breathing.
The 2013 RPF has earned it’s place amongst the others in 2007 as the members of the greatest generation. RPF stood up once again to a titan that nobody thought would fall, and came out victorious. Was it through war? It was during the summer, but most of all, RPF’s ideologies won the day in the end. As the behavior that the Nachos quickly became unpopular, so did their army’s strength.
Like all threats to Club Penguin Armies, when one falls, another one takes it’s place. Now I could argue right now that RPF itself for a time period became unnervingly like other evil titans. But this only happened because of an unstable leadership that at the time was unfit for running a newly large World Power. I don’t think anybody is prepared when they get there. As things were ironed out, so was our stance in matters. During this time period RPF deconstructed the Light Troops, and nearly brought the idea of cyber bullying in armies to it’s knees through the help of the New Dawn Alliance.
This was all until the Army Republic came back with their figure head Burritodaily. Like Puckley, Burrito is very influential. But I would argue he is in a very manipulative way. He took the bad PR RPF was getting, and then took Elmikey’s personal opinions as justification for the destruction of the RPF. The AR pitted multiple armies against us to make sure RPF would simply fade away, so their way of running things would rule once more. After losing battles, and taking a beating, RPF stood strong. RPF did not simply walk into the shadows. RPF hardened. RPF strengthened. RPF made new alliances. RPF showed the world it’s view point. Burrito constantly argued that Elmikey was this real cyber bully, but in his ruthlessness to get rid of Elmikey, he became one himself. The AR lost it’s allies in the war, and troops left AR due to unfair treatment.
Burrito further more ruined Boomer20’s reputation by convincing him that RPF was illegally fighting a war, as we “had no servers”, according to AR, without any justification for why that would be the case. I’d say it’s pretty hard to claim an invasion is illegal in the first place when there are no rules to define what is legal and what isn’t.
AR claimed victory in that war, but I can rightfully say that RPF aren’t the ones fading into the background of history right now. RPF still stands here, and it still stands strong, fighting for what’s right, and fighting the good fight. RPF’s divisions have been conquering AR servers, and even Toboggan- the AR Capital itself is now in USRPF jurisdiction.
At the end of the day, the bad guys simply don’t win. This is what the good fight is all about.
Now, some have been asking, what actually is the good fight? Well here’s some of the things that the good fight is:
- Fighting for what’s right.
- Taking out armies who cyber bully the community
- Targeting manipulative leaders and ending their reign of power
- Standing up against mistreatment against people as a whole
- Making Club Penguin Armies a safe place for everybody
- Making it so Club Penguin Armies can actually be Club Penguin Armies
For so long Club Penguin Armies forgot about where they came from, and for so long did armies simply run on the notion that Club Penguin isn’t a favorable game. Club Penguin, in our current situation, is the life blood that allows this game of ours to exist. To forget about that, to scare off new recruits, and to just be a jerk to everyone as a whole will end this game. When RPF came back in May, the Nachos were running this game just like that, and Club Penguin Armies were doing horrible.
In conclusion to all of this, another vivid point that has caused so much fighting here are the ambiguous, non-enforced, and non-existent, Club Penguin Warfare Rules. We’ve always just defined things as we went along, and that worked for a long time. But leaders like Puckley and Burrito, who simply lost respect for actually playing this game, make the need for these rules ever more greater. Later this December, my website for working on these rules will reopen, and hopefully through the help of legends and leaders alike, we can all make a standard basis for how we play this game, and determine the victors of battles fairly.
This is the beginning of a new awakening.
Along with this, RPF aims to rid this community of the idea of cyber bullies, and make this a safe place for all Club Penguin Army members. RPF aims to fight for what’s right, and that’s what it’s going to do. If you think that this is a worthy fight to be fought, the Rebel Penguin Federation is the army for you. We don’t fight because we want to, we fight because we have to.
The good fight has never been an easy fight, but it’s the best fight around. It’s the hardest thing you can do in Club Penguin Armies, and this RPF did the impossible this year.
RPF’s next era will only see more success, and I hope all of you will be around for it.
#RPF2014 – Are you ready, soldier?