Battle Tips – Spreading out

Here is a post from Sir PJ about spreading out.  Some people really need to read this, and it seems like a good time.


Hey RPF!

One of the biggest problems at any event is getting a good line. So many people are desperate to get in it, that they all bunch up, making us look smaller. There is an easy alternative to this, so next time you want to get in a line, wait for a leader to tell you what to do if you can’t get into it. Click “read more” to see how you SHOULD stand or sit in battle.

So many people bunch up in lines, so here’s how you should and shouldn’t do it.

  1. Do NOT stand/sit too close to the side of someone. This looks messy, and makes us look smaller. 
  2. Here is the correct way to stand/sit. You can sit slightly closer, but as soon as the flippers touch, don’t go any closer.
  3. Do NOT stand/sit like this when going in a line down. This again, looks messy and makes us look smaller.
  4. Here is the correct way to stand/sit when going in a line down. Not too close, so you can still see the penguin above.

Well now you know how to stand or sit properly in events. At our next event I shouldn’t see anyone bunching up, as it makes us look smaller. Spreading out makes us look generally larger and neater. I hope this post helps. Cya!

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I've been in CP armies since summer 2013. My first army was the Nachos, which I quit after 2 weeks. Then I moved to the Rebel Penguin Federation. I also was a co-creator of Legion Sky Warriors.

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One comment on “Battle Tips – Spreading out
  1. zeroreploid56 says:

    Good tips 🙂 I’d like to see your own posts ulti 😦

    Ulti edit: I make my own posts, but this is an example of a really good one someone has already made.

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