Top 30 Armies of All Time: 5-1

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The topic of “best army of all time” is one that has long been debated, and for many people, the opinion has differed. In the eyes of new troops, armies like the Ice Warriors and Doritos seem to be the most dominant armies at the time. For those who haven’t been in the community long, they have not gotten to witness some armies flourish. While it’s easy to count the best armies of all time solely based on Top Tens, what if we take into account everything from the creation of the Club Penguin Army onward? Thus, we bring you a six-part series that we are very excited to begin: The Top 30 Armies of All Time.

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For those who were not included but deserve recognition, check out SM Army Press’ new series, where they extend the list to include 50-31.

The end of this six-week stretch is finally here, and along the way, there was a lot of controversy over the rankings themselves. Before I go on, allow me to recap every post before this one below.

Our list began with the Black Panthers, a former medium army powerhouse, sneaking in at 30th to the surprise of many, followed by the former power Team Gold at 29th, who began a multitude of wars and were recognized as a true warmonger army. The Air Force took our 28th spot in a surprise as well, in large part due to their large influence in WWIII, being recognized as the catalyst to a shift in power in the war that eventually led to an ACP victory. Following this, the Tacos, an army made powerful by the Club Penguin cheats author Riffy8888, found themselves at 27th. Another army led by a Club Penguin cheats author, the Club Penguin Crew, topped off the first part of our list, as Jeepkid7 rose the army to astounding heights in minimal time and also caused the largest alliance to ever be created.

Our list continued with Fort Ghost Recon at 25th, one of the main combatants in the famed Tundra Wars. The Marines, who popularized the use of WordPress blogs, followed them at 24th. At 23rd placed the People’s Republic Army, an army created by legend CollinZfresh. The aforementioned figure established the first official government for an army, and was hailed by legends as a military mastermind. The former power, Shadow Troops, were placed at 22nd. In their time as an army, they established themselves as a consistent medium power before moving up the ranks to World Power. At 21st were the Elites, who despite being recreated countless times, found plentiful success in several generations, including holding the previous record for least time taken to enter a high position in the Top Ten.

At 20th were the Gugu Pengu Romans, created by the recently-inducted Gu Gu Pengu. They were recognized as both the first official foreign army and the first antagonist army. The Hot Sauce Army, who were a powerhouse during two separate eras under their famed leader, Dxdzn, placed 19th on our list, followed by the Pirates at 18th, one of the main catalysts of the lengthy WWVI and the army that first gained Waterkid100 recognition for his accomplishments. The Romans, who were one of the main two armies in WWII, debuted at 17th. At 16th were the Golds, who were an influential force in 2007. Their influence reached into 2009, where they became a full-on powerhouse and won CPA Central’s first ever tournament.

Our list moved into its top half the following week and kicked things off with the Water Vikings at 15th. The Water Vikings, created by Zakster and Jed Pen, were recognized for breaking away from their colony status and rising high into the ranks. Next up were the Watex Warriors at 14th, who were an extremely powerful army under their creator, Watex. They were the main army in the famed Tundra Wars, but after those wars, they still maintained their presence as one of the largest armies for an extended period of time. The Special Weapons & Tactics, better known as SWAT, were placed at 13th. SWAT was famous for their part in WWVI as well as several conflicts with the ACP that shot them to World Power status. At 12th were the Golden Troops, the result of a merge that created a powerhouse. They were one of the armies that challenged the ACP during their peak in 2011, beating them out several times. Then, at 11th, were the Doritos, a medium army that rose to become a great, and one that has so far been one of the most pivotal armies of 2015.

At the bottom of our Top Ten was the Army Republic, an army that took three years to become a relevant power. After those three years, they quickly became an intricate part of history as a pivotal part of WWVI and one of warfare’s greatest establishments. At 9th was an army that went by three names during its time: the Fire Warriors, the Roman Fire Warriors, and the Ninjas, all the same army and all with great strength. At their peak, the Roman Fire Warriors were one of the best in warfare, while the Ninjas hold the current record for fastest rise into the Top Ten. Following them were the Light Troops at 8th, who are one of the most controversial armies of all time but also one of the most important and most powerful. The Night Warriors, the large figure of WWV, were at 7th, as they were recognized as strategic masterminds and revolutionized the organizational aspect of warfare. Narrowly missing the Top 5 was the Underground Mafias Army, who unquestionably hold one of the largest and most important influences on warfare as a former World Power.

It’s taken us hours of deliberation and hours of dedication to make and complete this project, and we’ve now reached the largest part of our list: the Top Five. The following five armies are the five that we believe have left not only the biggest mark on history, but have performed astoundingly well. So, we are now happy to bring you numbers 5-1 of the Top 30 Armies of All Time!

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5. Rebel Penguin Federation

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The RPF was founded on May 8th, 2007, when Commando717, a UMA 2ic, rebelled from the army with a few other troops. Commando became the leader of the army with Elmikey as his 2ic, and one of their first acts was to aid ACP in a war against UMA. The combined forces of ACP and RPF led to the defeat of the UMA. The time following this event is still considered the Golden Age of RPF. Following Commando’s first retirement, RPF went through a string of leaders, including legends like Kg 007, but they didn’t see the heights they had previously seen and would eventually die and didn’t return until Commando came back in December of 2008. After Commando retires again, many troops went with him, but this time RPF slowly began to rise again thanks to the help of Furbur27. Soon a very hostile war with UMA began, and it didn’t help that ironically there was a rebellion occurring in the RPF. This hurt the army and resulted that through most of 2009 RPF stayed a medium army. The army didn’t start to make a real comeback until November of 2010, under the leadership of Cewan. The RPF destroyed the Tacos and several other prominent armies at the time, and things were starting to look good for them. After this they stayed steady for quite some time until late 2011 when they started to fall. Things didn’t truly begin to look good for RPF until May 2013, when Elmikey returned.

Elmikey’s return brought the Club Penguin Army Community to a halt as jaws dropped and all eyes turned to RPF. The army that had been trying to make a comeback for over half a decade was now hitting more than 80 troops on CP! They went on to win several CPAC tournaments such as the Legends Cup and went on to win several major wars against armies such as the Dark Warriors, the Ice Warriors, Nachos, and more. This insane rise was believed to be because of the “autotyping revolution” that Elmikey began, which brought in countless of new troops to the community. This began to end when Elmikey was exiled from RPF, due to some believing he had become too extreme. This, though, led to a fall in RPF. Elmikey didn’t return to RPF until March of 2015, and RPF has worked their way from medium army size to the back end of the Top 10. Even though it is dubious if RPF will ever see sizes like before, Elmikey gained the title of CP Army Legend due to his work in RPF.

An army true to their name, they have been proving that they will never back down since day one. They will “Fight The Good Fight” until the day they die, and then they’ll just come back and try even harder. Even though their lows put them as a medium army, their peak was beyond incredible. An army that is still around today, we have yet to see how RPF continues in the never ending chess game of CP Armies.

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4. Dark Warriors

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Created on October 16, 2007 by Army Legend Ambrosha, the Dark Warriors have created a rich history for themselves with several periods of sustained dominance. During 2007 and 2008, they remained as a medium army at best, but during 2009, they strengthened under the leadership of current legend SaW/Feephill and became a legitimate power. During their time in 2009, the Dark Warriors were able to come considerably close to being recognized as a world power, and although they didn’t truly reach it, they did make a name for themselves with strong war efforts, such as the war against the Fire Warriors. They did, however, suffered a devastating hack close to the end of the year, one that put the army in shambles. This ended in 2010 when Videogamer57, Thekid18, and Donut67890 brought the Dark Warriors back into prominence, becoming a consistent presence among major armies. One thing that escaped them, though, was the ever-coveted 1st spot on the Top Ten. Although they had achieved success, they were never recognized as the most dominant army of all. This would change in 2011 when Khimo joined the Dark Warriors leadership. In 2011, the unquestionable power was ACP, but Khimo and the Dark Warriors threatened and, eventually, overcame them and held the title of 1st for the first time in history. They also engaged in several conflicts, most notablywith the Underground Mafias Army. Their future looked bright, but one issue was that they faltered constantly. In 2012, however, they answered these concerns by posing their most dominant year yet, holding 1st several times and being recognized as a World Power for a good amount of the year. Their peak came in December of that year, where they rode the momentum of several 1st placements in a row to win the 2012 CPAC Christmas Chaos tournament. During this era, though, the Dark Warriors were widely recognized as a sort of “antagonist” due to the DDoS attacks that were executed by their leaders, namely SaW and xiUnknown, but this in no way overshadowed their leadership, as is evident by their inclusion on the Legends page.

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Their journey was far from over, though. Their 2012 dominance leaked into 2013, where they would remain a top power for the first few months. The departures of prime figures such as SaW, xiUnknown, and Khimo then caused the army to hit a large bump in the road, faltering greatly. Figures such as Pufpuf103, Flo Rida, and Crazy186 kept the Dark Warriors on their feet for a time, but they remained inconsistent. Their status changed when Dxdzn joined the Dark Warriors leadership, taking momentum from his successful generation of the Hot Sauce Army and giving it to the Dark Warriors. Under him, the Dark Warriors once again reached success, but this quickly ended once both he and Bearsboy10, his successor, retired. The Dark Warriors quickly fell to extremely low points, points they hadn’t seen for some time. Then, the famed Freezie66 rejoined the Dark Warriors as leader alongside previous leader Donut67890. The two of them brought the Dark Warriors back into a position of influence, but it was not until Spi101 joined the army that the Dark Warriors truly began to make magic. Together, Spi and Freezie made the famous “Spreezie” duo, bringing the Dark Warriors into an era of prominence that compared fairly well with xiUnknown and SaW’s era during 2012. At times, it even surpassed this. While the Nachos were the dominant army for most of 2013, there was a clear passing of power to the Dark Warriors once the Spreezie duo formed.

This famous duo soon disbanded, however, leaving the Dark Warriors in a state of turmoil. 2014 looked to be the end of the Dark Warriors’ reign of power, but this would be far from the case. In the spring of that year, the infamous Elmikey, after being overthrown from the Rebel Penguin Federation, joined the Dark Warriors after periods within the Doritos, SWAT, and other armies. This would be the beginning of a new era for the Dark Warriors. After Elmikey joined, several other figures such as Xxtoysoldier, Vo Yo, and Silverburg joined the Dark Warriors leadership, making their era known as the “Agents” era. This era would turn out to be the most successful in their history, as throughout a large chunk of 2014 they were recognized as the most dominant army in warfare. Though largely disliked by others, the Dark Warriors successfully maintained the 1st spot for weeks, sometimes months at a time. After Elmikey was usurped from power, older Dark Warriors legends rejoined, and as this happened, the community expected them to falter. But falter they did not, as they sustained the same level of success as before, if not greater. By the end of the year, they had won both the 2014 Champions Cup and the 2014 Christmas Chaos, as well as being recognized as the largest army of 2014 and the largest risen army of 2014, making 2014 widely recognized as the best year in their history. Their success continued into the beginning of 2015, but they soon fell out of power and, eventually, were surprisingly shut down in March of 2015 by xiUnknown. Their legacy is seemingly not over, though, as a return is planned later this month, giving them the chance to rise further in these ranks when all is said and done. Though they’ve been an antagonistic figure during a large part of their existence, there is no denying that they’ve been one of the most dominant armies in this modern era of Club Penguin warfare.

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3. Ice Warriors

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Founded in June of 2007 by Iceyfeet1234 and his 2ic, Ice Burgh. They participated in some of the earlier wars against armies such as the GPR. They began to grow stronger in power, becoming one of the strongest armies of the early age. They participated in the Tundra Wars, which was basically all armies against the Watex Warriors. IW ended up hitting a huge height in December of 2007 when Ambrosha decided to merge the Dark Warriors into IW. The sizes were huge, and even though DW came back shortly after, many troops remained in IW, keeping the army powerful. Near the end of 2007 and early 2008 IW was part of “The Warriors Army”, which consisted of them and DW, FW, AW and the Romans. It ended due to feuding with IW and FW, but with January 2008 coming to a close, IW saw it’s first rebellion. Several high ranking IW troops rebelled against Icey due to him becoming inactive, and they seemed to be winning. Even though it seemed that the rebels had the upper hand, it soon ended and IW was restored to normal. Following this, IW’s next big move was in the legendary Order 67 on July 9, 2008 along with Nachos, ACP, RPF, and UMA. This led to the biggest unifcation of small and medium armies against armies considered as “world powers”. IW continued to thrive, their next large war being World War IV. IW joined in with the Nachos and just about half the army community against ACP. This led to a series of battles against ACP, including a two hour long battle for IW’s Capital of Sub Zero, in which they managed to pull off a win. The war eventually ended after several days of endless battling, with IW and all the other allies coming out victorious due to overwhelming sizes. With 2009 the Ice Warriors consistently stayed amongst the Top 3 armies and they had several wars through the year. With the year 2010 came more wars against RPF and the newly powerful GT in the summer of 2010. The war with GT ended peacefully as both armies didn’t seem to be gaining any leeway, but IW hit their max of over 80 troops that summer, it being the biggest sizes ever seen by IW to that date.

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IW fell a little after their huge height in the summer, but they continued to be one of the strongest armies around. In the summer of 2011 they maxed out at over 80 troops once more, and even won the Second Annual Legends Cup. They were also constantly butting heads with the Night Warriors, the two armies were both fighting to take the number one spot on CPAC. IW saw one of their biggest changes in June of  2012, when after leading the army for about five years, Icey passed his leadership title to Albert417, thence making Albert the 2nd Leader of IW. Under Albert the army consistently had sizes of 50-60 troops through the rest of the summer through winter of that year. With 2013 IW started by winning a war against the Light Troops, beating the Pirates, and they were also part of the White Alliance. In the summer of 2013, Bearsboy10 became the 3rd IW Leader. They won the Legends Cup once again and later won the Army Warfare League Tournament against DW that year. When Bears retired a few months after becoming leader, Tes7 became IW Leader alongside Surferyboycs. Ben later retired in 2014, and Tes ran the army solo. At this time IW fell the most, and for the first time ever they fell out of CPAC’s Top 10. Then Kingsfunk4 and Albcoolio became leader after Tes left. They would win the Legends Cup and another tournament. Once Funks retired, Gtudsd took his spot. IW went on to beat LT again at the end of 2014 and onto early 2015. IW would then go on and do something that shocked the community, they hired the “Drew Crew”, Andrew24, Spyguy202, Final Chaser, and Ghost into the army. Andrew and Spy became leaders while the rest were owner ranks. This led to the biggest war of 2015 to date against the Doritos. There was lots of controversy over this decision and the war with DCP, but since then, Spy has retired and Ghost has become leader, and only time will tell what happens next.

One of the original armies, and the first to use “Warriors” in their name, IW has planted their name in army history. Out of all the large armies, they have the shortest list of leaders, with only eleven on the list so far. They have gone strong for nearly eight years now, and we have yet to see the Ice Warriors “Freeze Up”.

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2. Nachos

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Undoubtedly one of the most important armies in warfare history, the Nachos rightly place inside our Top 3, barely missing out for 1st. Created in the early ages of armies, specifically during WWII, by Jamesbond1, the Nachos’ earliest history is widely unknown. It wasn’t until Tom Wolf founded the Nachos’ first website that they began recording their history. Known as a warmonger, the Nachos got their start by going to war with the upstart Underground Mafias Army. After a long, drawn out conflict, the two armies agreed on a treaty and became close allies, which became important later in their history. Their lack of involvement in WWIII, however, brought upon a depression due to a general lack of interest. Their lack of involvement was mainly due to them being allies with both the ACP and the UMA, the former of which would soon become their rival. After the retirement of Tom Wolf, Zippy500 took the throne of the Nachos, beginning an era that would reach higher heights than its predecessor. It didn’t take long for Zippy to make a large impact, as not long into his term, he started the conflict with ACP that would last for ages. The first war between the two was over a dispute in the terms of an alliance, which was later agreed upon. This would come into question later, as the Nachos’ questionable decision to remain uninvolved in a conflict against the Gugu Pengu Romans made Oagalthorp and the ACP angry with the Nachos. After a conflict with the Golds, the Nachos found themselves at war with ACP again, this time over Oagalthorp’s leadership. ACP and UMA began fighting again, causing the Nachos to side with the ACP. After a treaty was decided between the two, Akabob22 began an unofficial “cold war” between the ACP and Nachos, sending flame posts back and forth. This soon elevated into another war, one that ended with the Nachos claiming victory. They once again met in conflict in WWIV, as the ACP went up against the famed “Great Alliance”. Although the war appeared even at first, a rebellion inside the ACP would spark a victory for the Nachos and the Great Alliance in the end.

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After a period of time, the leadership changed a couple of times, with important figures such as Shadow2446 holding office. Soon, though, one of, if not the, best leaders in Nachos history would come to power. Near the end of 2008, Person1233 became the Nachos leader, sparking an undeniable golden age. Beside him was Puckley, who would go on to gain his own fame in the future. The Nachos grew through the end of 2008, but in 2009, they reached their pinnacle in the Winter Fiesta party. On the night that the party began, the Nachos rushed on Club Penguin to buy their sombreros and ponchos, and afterwards, began recruiting. After all was said and done, they recorded an absolutely astounding number of 150+ on Club Penguin, which is still a record for the Nachos. This would spark an age of dominance for the Nachos, one that would continue for quite some time. The retirement of Person1233 brought about sudden change to the Nachos, but they were fully prepared to handle it. Under leaders like Ads354 and King Kinz 10, the Nachos were able to maintain a level of dominance throughout 2010, one that went on for years. In this era of success, they won the first ever CPAC Legends’ Cup. They were highly involved in the heated WWV, siding with the Night Warriors in a war they would go on to lose. In 2011, they went back to war with the ACP more than once, but failed to secure a true victory. Despite this, the Nachos remained a large force throughout CP armies.

Once 2012 came, the Nachos would begin one of its greatest ages under the leadership of figures such as Puckley, King Kinz 10, Chrisi Blule, and Dashing Snow. 2012 was truly when ACP began to show cracks, and this could be somewhat attributed to the dominance of the Nachos from 2012-2013. This was epitomized in the summer of 2012 when the Nachos went up against the ACP yet again. This time, however, would prove to be different. After struggling to begin the war, the Nachos overpowered the ACP, and after some time, the Nachos were met with a swift victory over the ACP. During this time, they also were involved in the famous WWVI, fighting alongside their long-term rival, the ACP, against the Black Alliance. They also won their second Legends Cup in 2012 in a spectacular showing. 2013 proved to be an even more dominant year, as the Nachos won the CPAC March Madness tournament to begin the year. As time went on, their dominance proved to be rarely matched, being overtaken only by a few armies during a large part of 2013. During the summer of 2013, the famous Nachos/RPF war began, as Puckley and the Nachos went head to head with Elmikey’s infamous RPF generation. There would be several instances of this war throughout 2013 and 2014. At the end of 2013, the Nachos’ dominance would be reaffirmed, as they won the award for the largest army of 2013, as well as Puckley winning the leader of the year award. After Puckley’s retirement, however, the Nachos would fall out of power and into a depression, which they have been in and out of since the end of 2013. Though they were not at their most powerful, the Nachos still have made strides from time to time, winning the March Madness II tournament in 2014 and coming very close in March Madness III. They’ve also done consistently well during conflicts, gaining a multitude of victories during this time. Although they’re far from at their prime currently, there is no denying that the Nachos were, and still are, a powerful and influential army.

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1. Army of Club Penguin

The Army of Club Penguin was the first organized Club Penguin army ever created. When Oagalthorp started the ACP on September 29, 2006, the standard structure for all Club Penguin armies was established. The army was first based on the Miniclip forums with the mission of defending Club Penguin from their capital server, Mammoth. Since their birth, ACP has found itself at the center of nearly ever major conflict in Club Penguin armies, starting with a war against Explorer7777’s Romans. With the aid of the Vikings and the Nachos, they were able to declare victory, and the army began growing at an exponential rate. In December 2006, Oagalthorp discovered the Underground Mafias Army, learning that they were hacking the game and attacking ACP. Thus began WWIII, the conflict where ACP truly rose to become a world power. The fighting started in January 2007, and ACP employed a guerrilla style of fighting. Despite their best efforts, UMA was able to capture Mammoth in April 2007. The tables turned when ACP formed an alliance with the Rebel Penguin Federation and the Club Penguin Air Force, and eventually Pink Mafias backed down. Peace was disturbed once again at the end of 2007. The largest armies at the time had agreed to splitting into their own nations of servers. Prior to this, almost all warfare was exclusively on Mammoth. ACP ran into trouble with the Golds, and decided they needed to liberate the Australian Club Penguin servers from the yellow army. After just one battle, they forced the Golds to surrender and agree to their terms.

Zippy500 wanted to expand the Nacho Empire, feeling that they had gotten the short end of the stick when the nations were divided among the top armies. He led the Nachos in several invasions of UMA territory, and ACP quickly responded. A new rivalry formed between ACP and the Nachos, which lasted several years and ended up becoming the most famous rivalry in Club Penguin army history. On April 1, 2008, Oagalthorp announced his official retirement from his army, passing the reigns to Fort57. During his leadership, Order 67 was established, and ACP was at the forefront of the movement to eliminate smaller armies. There were some breaks in their competition with the Nachos, but things came to a head in the breakout of WWIV, fought between ACP and the Great Alliance. Just a few months after Mammoth had been neutralized, ACP attempted to reclaim the server, and a massive coalition including the Nachos, UMA, RPF, Ice Warriors, and Watex Warriors, formed to stop them. Although they fought fiercely, ACP was unable to overcome the incredibly stacked odds against them. In 2011, the Night Warriors and Nachos began attacking the Doritos, ACP’s close ally, provoking another war. The conflict grew to a World War when ACP began helping the Doritos defend their servers. NW and their allies then turned their attention to ACP’s nation. Losing several servers at the start of WWV, ACP pulled through with a comeback victory against NW on Fog, reaching over 100 troops online. With the Dark Warriors switching to their side, they were able to march through the NW Empire and force NW’s surrender.

Throughout the years, ACP has experienced many dips in performance, but have often been dominant in CPAC’s Top Ten, particularly under the leadership of Kenneth1000 and Flipper7706. The army has produced some of Club Penguin armies’ finest legends, including Boomer 20, who led ACP to reach the largest size ever recorded in Club Penguin army history: During his retirement event , he rallied 175 troops. Under his leadership, ACP also had over 500 active troops according to their active count in May 2009. For many years, their Xat chat has been a hub for all members of the community to congregate. All throughout their history, the Army of Club Penguin has been an influential and powerful entity. Many would consider ACP to be the gold standard; the pinnacle of Club Penguin armies, which is why they are placed first in this list.

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It was a long road to get here, but the Top 30 is now complete. The above armies are some of the most influential and most powerful armies in Club Penguin warfare history, and without them, the landscape of warfare would be much different, if not completely nonexistent. We hope you’ve enjoyed this CPAC special series, The Top 30 Armies of All Time. For a continuation of our list, check SM Army Press for numbers 31-50. And watch out soon, as we plan on beginning a new Friday series soon as well.

Now, let’s wonder: how will this list look in 3 years?

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Project Leader: Zakster

Project Authors: Zakster, Lord Albaro, Tompenguin, Mach, Lorenzo Bean

SMAP Project Leader: Zing King To

Project Contributors: Boomer20, Khimo, Bluesockwa1, Bluesockwa2, Zing King To, Tax, Shivertoe2

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63 Responses

  1. 1st

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  2. If you did not see this comming you’re either dumb, stupid, ignorant or just simply not interested in history.

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  3. Im pretty sure someone predicted the top 5 spot on, wow

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  4. I expected these armies to be on here.

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  5. Perfect top 5 indeed Lol

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  6. Inb4 biased

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  7. How the top 3 should be:

    1.) Army of Club Penguin
    2.) Ice Warriors
    3.) Nachos

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  8. I thought the top five would be
    5.hippos of cp
    4.manchester United army of cp
    3.al Qaeda army
    2.tempah is God
    1.illuminazi tits of war
    (Hippo)

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  9. The original Big Three, right where they belong.

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  10. What do you know…. Act is first!

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  11. AWSOME AWSOME AWSOME THIS IS AWSOME

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  12. Honestly, I’d swap RPF and Dark Warriors.

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    • No, because RPF really only had one golden age (2013). Meanwhile, Dw was dominant from 2012-2014.

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      • Yeah but in 10 years, what will people remember more. RPF’s Golden Age, Getting 100+ Online, War with Nachos or Dark Warriors inflating sizes and getting 1st

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        • Have you just accused DW of inflating sizes, but yet said people will remember RPF getting 100+

          Labeling somebody as low as you to be a hypocrite would be complementary, so I’ll just go with the following; You’re a moron.

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          • Lol okay, what ya gotta do? Ddos me for stating a fact you don’t like?

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            • Quite mature of you to bring up something that occurred almost 3 years ago. From what I’ve assembled you wouldn’t have the originality nor intelligence to compel a decent reply, so it’s fine.

              Fact? It’s not a fact, it’s an opinion of yours. It’s not the opinion I dislike, it’s how you have backed it up. You accused DW of inflating, but then go on and inflate RPF’s sizes.

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              • I’ve been to DW events in which you’ve had 20 and claimed 40 with “lockouts” – which of cause never happened.

                That makes it a fact.

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                • I’m not talking about DW inflating, I don’t see how whether if we inflated or not holds any relevance to what I called you out for. Every army has done so, I really don’t see the point you’re trying to make.

                  I called you out for stating DW inflated, but you went on to inflate RPF’s sizes which you have yet to give me a reply for. I’ll just cut it short, there is no response. The only explanation is, you are a moron, and this extended argument has proved just that.

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      • Let me tell you something, RPF’s golden age was NOT 2013. RPF was a force not to be reckoned with before you existed. RPF never saw their 2007 numbers again until 2013, BUT made strong top ten appearances within that time gap. DW was not “dominant” in 2012. DW was really only “dominant” from 2013-2014, the SAME time RPF was. Ask yourself the question? Did RPF ever die? No. Did DW ever die? Yes, MANY MANY times. If you count RPF lockdown for no more than 24 hours, then yes RPF died, but I count DW’s 700 closures as “dying”. In response to RPF getting “100+”, we all can admit together that no one army scored 100+ at an event in 2013. Not DW, Not the Nachos, Not RPF, Nobody! The highest max an army probably hit then was 65+ (and that’s being generous). Whether it’s 65+ or 100+, that’s one hell of a lot of people. I think RPF will be remembered more than the Dark Warriors. Don’t get me wrong, the Dark Warriors are a legendary army, but I just don’t think they can match what RPF has done?

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  13. bias pbk and fish warriros arenet here

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  14. Still am proud to have been part of that active count in May 2009.

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  15. UMA ranked behind RPF? And both armies ranked behind DW? To me that was a surprise.

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    • RPF and UMA should have been in the top 5. DW should not have.

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      • UMA in top five? Haha you must be joking. What has RPF and UMA done that DW didn’t do 10x better.

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        • change history forever

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          • Well no wonder. If that’s all they’ve got on DW obviously they’re going to be below them.

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            • boo hoo DW was number 1 for so long zomg!!!!! if your argument is “DW was big” then you’re gonna lose. RPF was “big” as well. It’s not like RPF is one of the key factors the community is the way it is today. Is DW that? No. Don’t get me wrong, DW is a legendary army, but I just don’t think they can match RPF.

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              • Perhaps in the fantasy world you live in RPF somehow “shaped” the community and was actually relevant, but in reality RPF was only dominant in 2013. Now, before you go off on your “but muh 2007 RPF sizes!!1!!1” bullshit, you need to realize something. RPF wasn’t even big then either. I challenge you to show me these “legendary 2007 sizes not seen again until 2013”. And I swear if there isn’t at least 40 penguins in said picture then please just go drown in your own bullshit. DW was dominant from 2012-2014 and achieved amazing sizes. Where was RPF? Probably in SMAC. You see, unlike RPF, DW actually has some dignity. If RPF wishes to stay in SMAC for ages and remain irrelevant just so they can say they never “died”, be my guest. But DW doesn’t roll that way. If we aren’t performing at our best then there’s no point in being alive. That’s the difference between us. This list was compiled based on many factors. DW was put ahead of RPF simply because we’re better. Just accept it and move on.

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              • RPF was big for 2 years, and only one was during the modern era.

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  16. In the comments: Assblasted RPF and UMA sympathizers desperately trying to come up with any excuse under the sun as to why their precious army should be ahead of DW. Well, here’s some advice. It really shouldn’t.

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    • UMA ARE AMAZING U N00B. THEY GOT 50 ONLINE WELL EH THEY DIDNT BUT THEY ARE AMAZING. RPF IN 2012 > DW 2012 WAIT RPF WAS BASICALLY DEAD THEN.

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  17. I lead with funks albcoolio didnt you noobs 😥 😥 😥

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  18. I respect your opinion but RPF is the #1 Army of all time.

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    • RPF didn’t do shit for over two years. The top three have maintained relevancy for a majority of their existence.

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    • You have to realize for a long period of time RPF was gone, and only in 2013 had they been a Superpower within the CP army community, and even that fell. While RPF has had some amazing tropes, It’s not even close to beating the others in the top 5. DW has had YEARS of first, and ACP was essentially a Hyperpower until an entire alliance of armies tore it down. The Nachos were also massive for a longer period of time, and arguably were the top army of 2013. Ice Warriors has been there since the beginning and has always been fairly large, unless you count post Black Wars.

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      • And even after the Black Wars, they eventually took the top again, along with DCP. In reality, the main reason RPF was here is for 2007 and 2013.

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  19. I would have made it
    1. ACP
    2. IW
    3. Nachos

    As far as I remember this was the usual order of power back in the day.

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  20. Watex Warrior 4 lyfe

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  21. […] final list that you will see. This series of posts will follow an almost identical format to the Top 30 Armies Of All Time series ran by former CPA Central CEO Zakdude in 2015, where we count down from 50 and work down to the most significant army of all time. The list order […]

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