About MaximeT9

Co-Founder and Leader of the Spartans Army of Club Penguin, CPA Veteran, Graphics Designer & Writer at cparmypap.com, former editorialist at SMAC.

Could a bit of democracy benefit armies?

Things were (relatively) stable before the original Club Penguin shut down in 2017. Do not get me wrong, Club Penguin Armies still had their ups and downs throughout the years, however, it’s nothing compared to what is going on in the last 3-4 years. CPA have been going through an endless cycle of moving to new CPPS, news websites, shutting down, re-opening, and repeat. I’ve personally quit CPA for quite some time now, but every time I reconnect with friends and check in on what’s happening in CPA, I’m always told that there’s some new scandal that forced a major change. So, the question is, what is causing this instability and how can it be fixed?

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The Key Factor Behind A Successful Army

Anyone that has ever created an army from scratch will tell you that putting it together was not an easy deal. From recruiting new members to getting immense sizes of penguins to waddle at your command, managing an army can be notably demanding and challenging. That can be proven by the fact that while new armies are being formed every month, only half a dozen of Club Penguin Armies have survived for more than ten years; which raises the question:

What is the key factor behind a successful army? Read more to find out!

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Why are Club Penguin Armies Working So Well?

Most of us tend to focus on the negative side of things when it comes to routine. Work is boring, schools are bad, our apartments are old, and Club Penguin Armies are toxic. We claim they are toxic, yet we’re still here, aren’t we? And it’s not just me and you, it’s an entire horde of penguins, still wearing their uniforms, still shouting chants, still doing “emotes”, still battling with other penguins. After 14 years, all of us are, still, here. Which raises the question:

Why are Club Penguin Armies working so well?

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