RESULT REVIEW: Pirates v. Nachos

Hey CPAC,

What a magnificent battle for the semi-finals of the March Madness between CPPA , Club Penguin Pirate Army, and Nachos. The two sides put up a impressive fight for a place for the semi-finals.

The two army’s had a superb size both had 31 on Club Penguin. It was a debatable battle and it all came down to a tie breaker. It was all down to the judges and it was a very hard decision for them either CPPA or Nachos both amazing sides. But who won? Lets find out:

Nachos, as you can see, had a tremendous size as you can see below:

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A brilliant size and with a Fabulous tactic. Here’s some more pictures:

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They had a great consistency and pulled of a great tactic!

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These are the pictures of CPPA’s tactics and size, which was as outstanding, like Nachos:9711a541b88645049493ccb

Circling the burg is a great way of winning a battle. They also had a great tactic with the size:

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Great size and determination from CPPA here is the last picture from CPPA.

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This battle was truly amazing and I can’t emphasize how good of a battle it was from both sides. The size was tremendous and the tactics were as well! It was a tight ending and was put to a tie breaker, was it CPPA or Nachos? It was decided by the judges and it was really hard for them to decide but they decided for Nachos to win! But I have to say congratulations to both sides for putting up a great fight for a place in the semi-finals of the March Madness.

~Joshg1 CPAC Reporter~

11 Responses

  1. Wow I’ve never seen Pirates this big, both armies did equally well.

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  2. The judges said 31

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  3. Good post, nice vocabulary. Keep up the good work.

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  4. DUDE WE MAXED 35

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  5. “The two army’s had a superb size both had 31 on Club Penguin” Huzzah! Someone can count 😀

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  6. judges dont count the pre-battle. 😛

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