Epic101 Booted from CPAL amid Pirates Multi-logging Scandal

Disclaimer: The section of “Author’s Note” in this post consists of views from the author’s perspective. It does not represent the views of CPAM as a whole.

KLONDIKE, CP Army Media HQ — In a shocking yet probable turn of events, Army League creator, Epic101, has been removed from the Club Penguin Army League’s administration.

At about 9:19 PM EST, news broke out regarding the removal of Epic101, CP Army League’s Creator. Amid the recent multi-logging exposes, and the disqualification of Pirates, this served to be an icing to the cake. There hasn’t been any official statement from the Club Penguin Army League’s administration yet.

Epic101 is a community figure who is recognized in the past for contributing to several armies. He was responsible for the re-creation of Club Penguin Online’s Army League in 2018 and served to be the main leader of the Club Penguin Pirate Army. There have been several debates and dramas surrounding him since he’s a controversial figurine. A significant personality in the CP Army League community, he reformed the league along with individuals like Freezie, Andrew24, 32op, and others into a well-established setup.

Pirates under Epic101

Pirates were caught in a significant multi-logging scandal recently. Legends Cup organizers disqualified the Pirates from the tournament due to the high army commanders pulling out alt accounts during their Legends Cup battles. A special report was also released about the incident. Following this, Epic disregarded all accusations put on him and went missing in action. While there is no substantial announcement regarding Epic’s removal, the descriptive reason remains unknown. In an interview conducted by CP Army League (click here for the full post), 320p, who serves to be the current chief executive of the organization stated that:

Obviously with the recent allegations of him multilogging, being racist in CPAL chat, unbanning those who broke CPAL rules and much more led the rest of the board members to ultimately remove him from the league.

Considering 32op’s statement, it’s evident that the removal of Epic was well overdue. The multi-logging exposé proved to be the last straw.

CP Army Media contacted LuciferStar, Army League’s CEO. Let’s hear it from the man himself.

The community is astonished about the removal of Epic101 from the Army League. What are your thoughts about it?

Well I think this should be seen as an opportunity rather than a setback. It’s understood that Epic101 played a key role in creating this League and we’re grateful to him for that, but this gives us an opportunity to turn over a new leaf and change for the better with a refreshed Board.

This coup d’etat contributes as a piece of important news for the community, yet there hasn’t been any descriptive announcement/post made by the CP Army League (except for 32op’s interview). Is there a particular reason for it?

We’re still dealing with the changes in administration. An official announcement will definitely be made, but we would prefer the announcement to be concise and inclusive of every new change we want to bring about, as soon as we’re done with dealing with the logistics of it; an announcement will follow.

What are your plans with the future? Do you see the community uniting under one organization?

We’re taking things one step at a time, I wouldn’t really wish to comment on what the future holds for us without having a collective discussion on it, for now we’re just dealing with what’s on our plate right now.

Your change of alias to “Brick”, and Epic getting booted out from CPAL. Is there any kind of connection between these?

No haha, my army is running a cartoon theme, and I’m matching with Mythic and Sweater as the RowdyRuff Boys from Powerpuff girls lmao, I was Alvin the Chipmunk just last week haha.

Anything you’d like to add?

I think that will be all! Thank you and have a good day!

Author’s Note

The community surely commends Epic for everything he brought in here, but the amount of toxic nature was unjustified. Ranging from the bias shown towards individual armies, the introduction of coin events, advertisements in discords, and several other things, he was one of the primary reasons for the divide in the community. The two factions; CPAM & CPAL, have been co-ordinating like never before, and with Epic gone, a unity shouldn’t be too far away.

“What would come, would come, and you’d have to meet it when it does.”
― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


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