RPF/Nacho War: Invasion of Fog

FOG – The Rebel Penguin Federation remain victorious over the Nachos on the server of FOG.

The battle began with the Rebel Penguin Federation in the Town, and the Nachos in the Snow Forts. The Nachos were able to surround the Snow Forts successfully with sizes of about 35+, while RPF managed to make an oval in the Town, with numbers ranging from 40-45 troops, for the second time ths week.

RPF at Town doing the E+L Tactic.

RPF at Town doing the E+L Tactic.

Nachos at the Snow Forts beginning an E+K Tactic.

Nachos at the Snow Forts beginning an E+K Tactic.

Once the battle had officially begun, the Rebel Penguin Federation and the Nachos charged the Ice Berg hoping to lock each other out. In all of the chaos, only about 20 Nachos were able to make it into the Iceberg, while the locked out troops stayed at the Snow Forts. The Rebel Penguin Federation was able to get most of their army into the Ice Berg, with getting 35+ at first, they were able to squeeze in a few remainding troops, to boost sizes to about 45+. With the Rebel Penguin Federation having the advantage at the Ice Berg, the Nachos focus on organizing their locked out troops.

Nachos and RPF clash at the Ice Berg.

Nachos and RPF clash at the Ice Berg.

RPF sizes grow while Nacho sizes remain dostle.

RPF sizes grow while Nacho sizes remain dostle.

RPF and Nachos battle it out for roughly 5-7 minutes before the remaining Nachos move back to the Snow Forts, and RPF remain as-is. About a minute later, the two armies have decided to meet once again in the Mine, the two armies race to beat each other out, and both armies end up with about the same sizes of 20-25+ with troops locked out. Tactics were average at the Mine, both sides never resting and determined to win. After a few minutes of fighting, the RPF and the Nachos charge the Pool, hoping to bring the locked out troops into battle.

RPF and Nachos attack at the Mine. Nachos - E+P, RPF - E+9.

RPF and Nachos attack at the Mine. Nachos – E+P, RPF – E+9.

RPF and Nachos clash at the Pool, RPF getting around 30+, Nachos 20-25.

RPF and Nachos clash at the Pool, RPF getting around 30+, Nachos 20-25.

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At the pool, the Rebel Penguin Federation remains superior in size, getting numbers of 30-35 while Nachos trail behind with 25+. RPF and Nachos battle it out at the Pool for about 8-10 minutes with locked out troops on both sides fighting at the Mine. Both armies have almost perfect tactics, and the battle rages on. With the battle coming close to it’s end, the Nachos whom have the disadvantage in size, move to the Snow Forts once again to finish up the battle, but soon after, they are followed by RPF.

RPF and Nachos arrive at the Snow Fort, both starting up a joke bomb.

RPF and Nachos arrive at the Snow Fort, both starting up a joke bomb.

RPF and Nachos fight it out until the bitter end.

RPF and Nachos fight it out until the bitter end.

In the Snow Forts, the last room of the battle, the Rebel Penguin Federation again manages to take the advantage in size, with about 40 troops in the Snow Forts. The Nachos, however, were not as fortunate this battle, for they only managed to get about 30+ in their last stand of this battle. Although both sides were willing to fight to the end, the troubles of war have caught up to them, and both armies grew tired, for this led to the end of the battle. After about 10 minutes of battleing in the Snow Forts, the Nachos move to the Ice Berg, where they would soon log off, followed by the Rebel Penguin Federation.

This was a very nice battle indeed, with both sides having amazing tactics, and it was certainly a tough battle to be in, nice work to the RPF and Nachos.

I also managed to get a hold of RPF UK Leader Sir Pj for an interview of RPF’s performance in this battle.

Me = Red || Sir Pj = Black

What do you think of RPF’s performance today on the server of Fog?

We did fantastic! We had great sizes throughout the battle, and perfect tactics the whole time. We were winning the whole time

The RPF and Nachos have been at war for quite some time now, when do you believe this war will come to and end?

When the Nachos finally admit defeat and surrender.

How do you believe Lord Pain becoming leader has effected the RPF?

Although many people saw it as a bad move at first, Lord Pain has and will have a positive effect on RPF. He’s good at what he does, and is exactly what we need to give us a boost in this war.

Any last comments?

Join RPF, and be legend!

I also managed to invterview Wolfie, Nacho 2ic to see his opinion on todays battle.

Me = Black || Wolfie = Orange

What do you think of think of the Nacho’s performance today on the server of Fog?

It was not our best day for sure. There were a alot of problems that we faced and we were just off our A-Game.

The RPF and Nachos have been at war for quite some time now, when do you believe this war will come to and end?

In all honesty, either until one of us surrenders or until one of us is dead, not anytime soon.

How do you believe Lord Pain becoming leader has effected the RPF?

Well Lord Pain to me seems like the devil in disguise of the RPF. I feel he may get immediate results, but in the end he’s going to be worse than Elmikey. Yesterday he forced his troops supposedly to be on Club Penguin for nearly 8 hours. I think he’s going to overwork his troops, and will be RPF’s eventual downfall.

Any last comments?

RPF should fix their methods, stop overworking their troops because they cause their own downfall. And Hi Mom. 😀

Well there you have it. What do you think of this war? Should it end, shall it continue? Post a comment with your thoughts, and stay tuned for more.

Red Gush24 || CPAC Reporter

 

25 Responses

  1. great post homiee 😀 good report

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  2. i think rpf won the battle,and i think we are gonna win this war so nachos should just surrender now before they all die 😀 GO RPF!
    Thrue suffering we fight,no end in sight!

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  3. if you want to WIN the war then you can join us at LINK REMOVED

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  4. 😮

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  5. Wolfies right.

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  6. When I saw Red Gush I assumed it was going to be filled with bias. Surprisingly enough it was pretty impartial, so good for you.

    This war is not showing any sign of stopping. And i think it’s wearing both armies down. I think it’s simply going to boil down to the armies resilience. And by the looks of it, it just maybe the Nachos that folds first. In all honesty, this is the first war that has caught both my attention and support in quite some time.

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    • The Nachos have fought around 4-5 wars this year and each time we’ve started and ended on a good, but not amazing note. Every time, the army against us has died or hit a major fall after the war ended, but we’ve always stayed strong.

      If there’s ever been any proof of the Nachos “folding” in the recent past please give it to me xD

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  7. Coming from a neutral standpoint.

    I wouldnt want a former leader posting about their former army. Perhaps post on another topic?

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    • Even Funks posts about ACP.

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    • I would somewhat agree the same if I was in your position, but honestly i try to steer away from anything biased. In reality, it was my first post that I was accually able to publish, for my others were lost or destroyed in idiotic ways.. Anyhow, I understand, and I won’t necessarily be posting about just that, but I do plan to stick to writing about this specific war. Unbiased.

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    • His post was perfectly fine.

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  8. To be honest, I think the post sort of seemed to try and stay neutral, but subtle wording in the post sort of made it seem like the opinion of the reporter was that RPF won. Stuff like “Nachos trail behind” and “RPF remains superior”, “Nachos were disadvantaged”

    I know it’s just words, and I’m probably being picky. I wasn’t at the battle and it was the first time I saw what happened at the battle here. All I’m saying, is that you could try to be stating the facts and not making comparisons in sizes and stating who is at the advantage etc, after all, we know how many armies can exaggerate their sizes in their posts.

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    • I understand where you’re coming from, and I tried to steer away from that as much as I could, but in all honestly, I believe I could have went back and fixed that, but didn’t, so thank you for pointing that out. I will attempt to make my next post more pleasing.

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  9. See! For the hussys that say CPAC is bias, GUESS AGAIN!

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  10. Just to let you know, we didn’t “meet” at any of the rooms. We had to follow them around trying to get at least half of our troops in the room, and Nachos dealing with locked out troops, as usual. If RPF doesn’t admit defeat when they averaged 20+ and we average 40+, no one will admit defeat now that they are getting around 35.

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    • Why does your army always exaggerate numbers we were getting 50+ and averaged 45 I’d say. & Both armies enter the room at the same exact time so it’s an even amount of penguins battling.

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  11. How are Nachos first TOP10?

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  12. I expected this to be biased since someone from RPF wrote this, but I’m impressed you weren’t biased at all, good job, Red Gush.

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  13. Good Report.
    – Battleing? *Battling. http://prntscr.com/1idpzo
    Good Interviews, and the last part was a bit funny what wolfie said. :d

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