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    Hello, I'm Pungy1234, your retired leader and founder. My career in CP armies has been quite dynamic and by many peoples' point of view, quite strange. I joined the Nachos in 2009. I was in Nachos for a while but then they forced everyone to download the Nachos toolbar. This had also been right after I had gotten a talk at my school about not downloading things O_O. Because of this, I didn't download it and couldn't access the Nachos site. That seemed to be the end of my army career. Eventually, I quit CP and went to the world of Runescape. One day, I decided to start playing CP again (don't ask me why) and I remembered the Nachos. I found their site, and I was not forced to download the toolbar :) so I rejoined as a Private and I am now retired. I lead and founded the Global Defenders of CP. Thanks to Redd Kool, my dream became a reality. I led GD through the Flyer Wars, the First SWAT War, World War XII, the Second SWAT War, and many other encounters. I lead GD to become 8th on the Major Army Top Ten, though I couldn't have done it without my ever so loyal troops. Through leading GD, I became far from inexperienced and was inducted as a Small-Medium Army Legend by SMAC. When SMAC had "Legends Removals," I was not removed. I am also working as a Philosopher on Club Penguin Army Central (CPAC) and as the Head at Small-Medium Army Central (SMAC). Through journalism, I was able to further expand my reputation, and bring my ideas to the Club Penguin Army World. I bought GD a CSS and a Domain (gdarmy.com), which were both worth every cent (special thanks to Etac for coding). I hope to have the honor of leading this army to its golden age. Join the Global Defenders today!

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A Proper Meet


Hai dere, GD!

I’m so excited to be in this position right now.  As you are probably aware of, the Global Defenders will be staying around.  We’ll be changing up our government and, hopefully, taking the first step towards a successful era of democracy (or as close as we can get) for armies.  Pungy’s last post, “The Defenders Have Spoken…“, there was a short little message from me that I had left in the comments a day earlier; it summed up how proud I was of the Global Defenders.  Didn’t read it?  Here it is, pretty much summarizes my feelings towards this army.

“To me, GD has always been an inspiration. One of those few surviving small armies out there that doesn’t fear the word ‘death.’ Even though GD has gone against ACP many times (when I was in it, which always made me cring), I still love GD and hope the best for them always.

Please realize that just because you get small sizes doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world. Sure, only two people came. It’s better than none, right? At least you know you can only get better from there. (I don’t know what sizes you got before this so don’t correct me on that.)

The point I’m trying to get at is that GD is one of those small armies to deserve to be around for a long time. You see many armies go into the top ten and right when they drop out, bam!, their dead. You guys have been able to adapt to all the changes. This goes for an army like Sky Troops too. I don’t know any armies, besides Sky Troops, that can say they’ve done what you guys have.

After leaving that comment I would have never expected for Pungy to ask me to be a part of GD‘s movement.  I’m really excited to participate in GD finally.  You might have not known but I was in GD before.  It was probably about a year ago, by now, and I was only a moderator rank.  Even though my time in GD only lasted a week, it was still fun.  The Global Defenders are a real family.  Anyone could have realized that after being on GD‘s chat for less than fifteen minutes.

Though some could say that my experience in GD is unacceptable of the rank I will be holding (second in command), and I agree, but with my experience outside of the Global Defenders, I am more than determined to prove myself worthy to all of you.  It’s not doubt that I’ve had my fair share of army hopping in the past.  These days it feels so hard just to find an accepting army that is not shrouded in greed.  I’m probably most known for being the Army of Club Penguin‘s leader, twice.  I’ve created my own army before, Club Penguin Union, which got eleventh in the top thirteen.  Throughout my years of being in armies I’ve meet many faces, won awards, and always have strived for the ultimate goal: fond memories.  Pictures of my time at ACP as leader are below.

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As your newest second in command, It’ll be in my best interest to stick with GD when the times are tough.  Listen to everyone who voices their opinion.  And, most importantly, just make sure that everyone is having fun while we carry on our legacy.  Most armies today forgot about the fun aspect of things.  Armies were founded off the aspect of having fun; color wars are a prime example of this.  I hope this post has ensured you that I will put my effort in this army.  If you’re not in the Global Defenders and happen to be reading this, I’m surprised you’ve been reading this far, first off😆 , though I hope you have been inspired to join GD.

~Icey Cold27 ☮ GD Head General

6 Responses

  1. Welcome aboard, McHappy. With ACP’s current situation, I think we can all appreciate how important you were to them and now we have you. Best of luck.

  2. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOYAH, MCHAPPY, WELCOME TO THE GD. Lol YEAH

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