The Crimson Guardians Join CPAM

Blizzard, Club Penguin Army Media HQ – On April 17th, 2020, The Crimson Guardians army officially moved out of CPO Army League. There has been a large influx of armies joining CPAM and switching to CPR lately. Recent allegations against CPO threaten user safety on CPO and many players have decided to leave the CPPS.

Crimson Guardians is a medium sized army with an average size of 18-20+ on CPO. They have not held any events so far on CPR, but their debut is coming soon.

A Recent CG Event

Interview with CG Leaders:
Conducted by flypin1

Interview with Tsanami

CPAM:
What specifically prompted you to leave?

Tsanami: Members of CG staff became more aware of information that was made public recently and were concerned enough for a discussion to begin among 1ic leaders. Due to the fact that a fair amount of members in armies are young, those of us who were 1st in Command discussed our options and made a final decision, that we would prefer to make the move for the safety of the younger members of CG rather than not do anything. The environment when was left was one as busy as usual for an Army League, not much else to say.

CPAM: What are some things you hope the army will benefit from with this move?

Tsanami: We’re hoping that with this move, there will simply be further room for us to grow in this new environment and hopefully thrive while ensuring that members of the army still have fun with it.

CPAM: What are some new changes that you’ve implemented or are planning to implement to help build up CG?

Tsanami: One major new change we’ve implemented is the addition of non-staff event and recruitment hosts, however, they will be needing to learn how to adapt to this new environment for events and such along with our staff members which will hopefully go smoothly.

CPAM: How has the troops’ response and environment been?

Tsanami: Members of CG who have stayed with us have been excited to see what positive new changes come with the move and the environment has been a very positive one so far.

CPAM: Great! Do you have anything else you’d like to add?

Tsanami: Not particularly, I’m just hoping for the best after this move and looking forward to seeing how we do over time.


Interview with Beni


CPAM: First off, what specifically prompted you to leave?

Beni: Some of CG’s staff heard about some recent information that came to light. Because a lot of people in armies nowadays are actually children, CG weighed our options and decided to put the safety of our kids first.

CPAM: What are some things you hope the army will benefit from with this move?

Beni: We really hope to create some strong alliances, reunite with some old friends, and build CG stronger than ever before!

CPAM: What are some new changes that you’ve implemented or are planning to implement to help build up CG?
Beni: We’re currently feeling around the new world of recruiting and already allied with some old friends and some new friends.

CPAM: How has the troops’ response and environment been?

Beni: The troops have, honestly, bonded a lot more. CG’s staff has been absolutely stellar (Tsanami and I love you guys!) and the environment has been full of camraderie and happiness.

CPAM: That’s all I’ve got! Do you have anything else you’d like to add?

Beni: I just want to give a shoutout to the entirety of the Crimson Guardians troops. We did not force anyone to move with us, and yet we still have well over 90% of our army. I’m glad that they didn’t let their morals shroud their desire for a higher max. Tsanami and I are so proud of the army that we have built (her more than me :wink: ) and can’t wait to take this army higher.


Do you have any thoughts on Crimson Guardians moving CPPS? Comment what you think! 

flypin1
CPAM Reporter Trainee

Sarah
CPAM Editor

3 Responses

  1. 🙂

  2. Great Post!

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