What The Armies of Today Are Facing Now

All armies have a problem – matter how big or small. Every army has a problem. But the thing is, today, armies have very serious problems that arise. As such could be, leadership turmoil, hacking/scamming, favouritism etc and may even be lacking good enough leadership. Well, what I really want to clarify is WHAT REALLY  IS WRONG WITH CP WARFARE TODAY.

Table of Contents

Leadership Problems

Hacking/Scamming

Distributed Denial Of – Service Attack (DDos)

Gender favouritism

Influence On The Young (Below Nine)

 

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Leadership Problems
Leadership problems can refer to the leaders of any army who cannot control/lead an army effectively. Or, it also may mean that the leader is not liked by any member of the army. This can really affect an army’s performance and send a wave in the public.  There have been many examples around here, one such can be the Waterkid100 leadership turmoil.

As it was stated earlier by CP Pirate Army the then former leader of Pirates, had retired and it was said that they would come back around Dec. 1st, but, on the contrary, Pirates returned a week earlier with Waterkid as their leader. In the above picture, it is clear that Waterkid is fed up, annoyed, angry and all the things related. I’ve always been hanging around on the Pirates chat and I got private messages on things about, “why Waterkid is really like that” or, “why did he start scamming?” etc. It is also clear that Waterkid wants his troops to recruit from Riffy’s chat (known for CP cheats). He also does not seem to trust the leaders. They really must be given a chance to re-act, well, I respect Waterkid for what he’s done.

Hacking/Scamming
Hacking and scamming threats or the reality of actually taking place can also affect an army, especially its troops. One such example is of small armies, or what they call noob armies. What happens is, an unknown stranger shows up and does what he/she is supposed to do: hack/scam. This usually happens in the eight or nine-year old led armies. Hacking can also mean defacing a website. Special Weapons and Tactics has suffered from this a lot, and they still do. This week, they’ve been not only hacked by xiUnknown but Lord Pain as well. It may not have been Lord Pain, but only God knows. Going on, circulating the personal details of your troops can lead to the army falling or having a bad name. Again, (I feel very bad for saying this), Waterkid100 is well-known for this as he, in the earlier part of the year,  circulated the personal details of the people he hated.

Distributed Denial Of – Service Attack
A DDos attack is referred to as disastrous by almost every army today. By this, one is able to take the advantage by winning a battle against a certain army. An army like Army Republic would do that. Army Republic paid to do a DDos attack on the Light Troops leaders and couple of other troops. As stated by Ioioluk on LT’s website:
“So if you didn’t understand, basically, you lose internet. Our owners have been losing internet during battles. Now me and Rob are getting DDOS’d too. AR is using hacks to be able to match our sizes.”
He also stated that,
“So you can clearly see Kyle has paid SaW to take out our internet during events against AR.(….) AR also paid Unknown to DDOS Roberto during battles. Unknown just admitted SaW and him did DDOS us and that AR paid them.”

Mr. Cool was among them as well (hacking victim). It’s clear why, sometime ago, Ioioluk called for an army-wide meeting. Why AR really wanted this was because they wanted to be able to match LT’s sizes and bring corruption in the army. For proof, take a look at the pictures below:

 

 Gender Favouritism
Gender favouritism is something which I have experienced during my time in CP warfare. What it really is? Well, most of the time, the male gender is favoured whenever I’m online. The thing is, for instance, I’m online on a certain army chat (who I shall not mention), where a kid (around nine years old), starts saying things which a kid at that age shouldn’t say and when I try explaining it to the kid (I end up pissed off) I get kicked, which is wrong. I say, the kid should have been kicked as to learn a lesson not to do so! Basically, I just can’t mention what it was (they are not swear words).

Influence On The Young (Below Nine)
What the problem really is, with a lot of people swearing, they don’t care about who they are influencing. Basically, as it goes, the young always try to imitate the elder. Well, if this swearing goes on, what will today’s generation be? Rude, ignorant, disrespectful or whatsoever? This is something which I really want to talk about. What will today’s young generation do? It’s not acceptable. I think all armies should be strict about their language. Even if there is nobody below nine years old, one may never know that the other may be young and posing as above ten years.

Why I really wanted such a topic was because, I wanted these such actions to come to an end. It really is not acceptable, in any way. Whether you like it or not, (I know it may seem biased) it’s true. This is what the armies of today are facing and if this doesn’t come to a stop, it will greatly affect CP warfare, the armies and especially, the new generation. Some of the topics covered, I know may be boring, but this is what I have observed in armies and in general.  If there is anything you do not like, comment, give me your feedback. Thank you.

Pikachu
CPAC Reporter

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


23 Responses

  1. You’re getting better every post – fabulous.

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  2. I’ll swear if I want to swear, I really couldn’t care less if I’m “influencing” somebody. I do not dictate their actions. It’s their personal choice to mimic me.

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  3. Nice post!

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  4. While I disagree with some of the actual points in the post, it is well thought out and decently written. Keep it up.

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  5. Fabulous, this basically sums up our problems in CP armies. You’ve done a great job on this post.

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  6. Best plan of action for this post would have been to go neutral on it when dealing with armies because I thought I saw some bias, but than again I have some personal bias myself.

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  7. Armies are overdramatic.

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  8. Gender favouritism?
    Lol since when? Male and Female have always been treated the same, except there is more males then females in CP Warfare, so us males here make us feel comfortable without females around.

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  9. This feels like a rant post.

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  10. Ha! I’m second on the hated list. Like a bau5. 😀

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  11. hey man great post i agree with you on some bases, i just think that CP armies turned from fun and games to completley ghetto in some aspects lol i remember when i was 7 i saw recruiters on CP for ACP i visited the site and it was all fun and friendly and colors… and today its all like swearing, and ranting, and hacking lol

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  12. Thank you all very much for the kind comments. I spent a lot of time on this. I just don’t know which category to put it in.

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  13. Another thing to think about, how it is becoming increasingly hard to do tactics/recruit on CP and recruit on chats. There is no gender favored, by the way.

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    • Well, I think so. I’ve been in various armies. And have experienced it. If you can’t respect the post or say something reasonable, it’s better to shut your mouth.

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  14. also on the pic with A thats not the whole conversation

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  15. why, why did you have to pick on me? i dislike this post due to you picking on me with the pictures

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    • I’m sorry Waterkid but I even mentioned that, ‘I respect him for he did.’ and I also wrote, ‘ (I feel very bad for saying this)’.

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  16. This post is riddled with run-ons. It’s distracting.

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  17. […] and the truth. I know I made a somewhat related post before and if you want to read it, click HERE and it is somewhat interrelated but face it. I’m gonna be using examples to paint out my […]

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