Army History: Order 67

Hello, Articsledder Here. Right now we are going to look at an important event in Army History, that is actually quite forgotten.  Without it, armies would be quite different.  This post was written from the eyes of someone who watched it happen, and would like some of the armies that stood up against ANTA to be recognized.

Order 67 was created in early July, 2008.  The name was a spoof of Star Wars, Episode 3, where Order 66 is given, to destroy all the Jedi. similarly, Order 67 was to destroy all small Armies.

The Sides

ANTA

Anta was an alliance created by what was then called Major Armies; the Top 5 armies.  It Included ACP, RPF, UMA, Nachos, and IW.  There reasons were

1. Most of you have not tried to make a good commitment to the ANTA or the bigger armies.

2. You are stealing ANTA assigned servers w/o officially declaring war and making a scheduled battle.

3. Smaller armies are starting to think they are better and are mocking it and then they get their butts kicked later. Most of you want war, so we’re going to give you a war.

Basically small armies were being annoying, and claiming Mammoth and Other servers as their own.  Some even claimed victory against ACP in battle, which was the last straw.  They gave a few armies Pardons so they wouldn’t be attacked, but for the most part it was these 5 armies only in the Alliance .

Small Armies/CPUN/CPNGAA

Going against ANTA was basically every other army. Notable ones would be Red Raiders, Club Penguin Rangers, and other members of CPUN, which at the time was almost exclusively small armies.  You may be thinking ”Wow ANTA is screwed”  but back then, A small/medium army had around 5 at a battle. They were given the options of:

Option 1: Surrender your army and end it

Option 2: Surrender your army and start following ANTA rules.

Option 3: Go to war, get unified, and have a chance of winning or losing

A lot chose the 3rd option.  CPUN was where most of it was organized, though in the later days CPNGAA was the name of their alliance.  The CPUN put Ktman (Club Penguin Rangers Leader), Itachi6dark (Red Raiders leader), and Jedimaster17 (a CPUN member) in charge of leading these armies.

Notable Battles

Small Armies last stand

This was supposed to be the battle where all was decided, and if small armies lost, they would have to disband, and ANTA would back off if they won.  The only problem was it didn’t happen. Instead we will look at the plans, and try to see who would have won.

CPUN plan

The small armies came up with a plan a few days later, codenamed Operation Revolution.  It assigned rooms to small armies, and they would defend these rooms. Here was the list

Dojo: MW, ROCP, Union, IPDC, DPA

Ice Berg: LCP, Rebel Warriors

Mine Shack: UT

Mine: MUA, CPD

Cove: AORP, GTA

Forest: RPA, MCP

Plaza: Aqua Warriors, CPAR, CPA

Snow Forts: CPB, CPA

Town: CPW, CP Wolves, SA

Dock: CPR

Beach: UPA, IACP

Ice Rink: NMA

Lighthouse: Red Raiders

Lighthouse Beacon: MOCP, ECPA

Ski Village: Vikings

Ski Lodge: CPBA, CP Assains

Mountain: Sleet Empire

Sport Shop: Bounty Hunters, Ice Vikings

Dojo: MW, ROCP, Union, IPDC, DPA

Ice Berg: LCP, Rebel Warriors

Mine Shack: UT

Mine: MUA, CPD

Cove: AORP, GTA

Forest: RPA, MCP

Plaza: Aqua Warriors, CPAR, CPA

Snow Forts: CPB, CPA

Town: CPW, CP Wolves, SA

Dock: CPR

Beach: UPA, IACP

Ice Rink: NMA

Lighthouse: Red Raiders

Lighthouse Beacon: MOCP, ECPA

Ski Village: Vikings

Ski Lodge: CPBA, CP Assains

Mountain: Sleet Empire

Sport Shop: Bounty Hunters, Ice Vikings

A few days later Extreme the Great made a plan for ANTA, and it was posted on Nachos site. (click to enlarge)

A few days later, Order 67 was ended,  and this battle never happened. For a while the Small Armies wondered about who would have won, and whether or not it would have saved them (a lot of these armies, notably CPR and Red Raiders fell within a year)

At the time, army sizes were around

ACP: 30

RPF: 25

Nachos: 25

UMA:  20

IW: 15

CPR: 10

Red Raiders: 10

Most other small armies: 5 or under, sometimes 7 or 8, maybe 10, (a lot of the armies in Operation Revolution were 1 or 2 man armies)  Judging with this, it would have been difficult for small armies to win. It is possible that if they realized they were outnumbered in 1 on 1 battles they may have grouped up, but that would have been difficult with many small armies not having chats.  They would probably max out at 40, while ANTA would probably have around 80. Either way it would have been a heck of a battle.

Order 67: canceled

About a week after it was posted, Order 67 was canceled. Some believe ANTA thought they could lose, while others think they had made their point.  The official ANTA reason was given by Shadow2446

Today, the ANTA decided to end Order 67. Our main secret purpose has been fulfilled and we plan on allying with the smaller armies and forming them into a major smaller army alliance recognized by the ANTA ( which is the original outcome for those of you people who think we’re still evil ). We have a meeting set up.” – Shadow2446

The results

Today Order 67 is quite forgotten, yet it revolutionized CP warfare.   Without it, the 5 ANTA armies would have likely reigned forever, with no room for any new armies.  When the CPUN stood up to them they proved there were other armies that were ready to take on the Major armies.  unfortunately, just about every one of those armies never got their chance to be recognized, and died a slow and painful death, Armies like the Club Penguin Rangers or Red Raiders.  Fortunetly, they do live on. Itachi6dark (RR leader) went on the to lead UMA along with Benu2, a CPR soldier.  Ktman (CPR leader) and Jedimaster17 went on to ACP, and I (CPR soldier) went to IW.   These armies were replaced by armies like GT, HSA, and RFW.

Very long posts 2 days in a row FTW!!!

Cya!

-Articsledder

4 Responses

  1. I recognize those small armies.

    Great post. A story to tell everyone.

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  3. Good one Artic
    These stories need to be told…

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