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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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Top Tens — Who Cares?


Hai dere, GD!

Sorry for interrupting all of the exciting election posts.  I’ve just had this post in the drafts for quite a while and thought I’d finish it up.  I’ll be covering up the erupting topic known as top tens.

It seems like every single top ten there is always a specific group of armies that are extremely pissed off.  Nonetheless even if the top ten was like amazingly perfect, somebody will always get mad because they think they deserved this or that.  I’m even someone to be blamed for this sort of reaction.  Once I retired from major armies I noticed something, that the top ten is taken way out of proportion.  Yeah, the top ten is useful for new recruits and leaders to have an understanding where armies stand.

It’s just a top ten.  Who gives a crap where you stand?  As long as you know your army is amazing then it shouldn’t matter what one person says about it.  If GD gets tenth, awesome.  If GD gets first, awesome.  All that matters is that you, the soldiers, know that you joined for the awesome army and not just because of GD‘s top ten rank.  It goes for any army, honestly.

A few days ago, a friend of mine came on chat and decided to hold a conversation with me.  My friends thinks that we, the Global Defenders, have been striving desperately to get back into the major top ten ever since we’ve dropped out.  I kindly disagreed with my friend, promising that if GD were perceived as this that I would try my best to change it.  Global Defenders are not another army that just cares about the top ten.  We’re here to carve out our own history.  Think of it like what John Winthrop said when he first landed in America.

For we must Consider that we shall be as a City upon a Hill, the eyes of all people are upon us[…]

~ˡᵒʳᵈ ᵖᵃʳᵃᵐᵒᵘᶰᵗ

4 Responses

    • Forgot we have to be dealing with you commenting first on every post now. ;p

      Great post Icey. Really got the point across that the top ten does not really matter to much, nor are we striving mainly to get into the top ten. We are striving to rise and become the Global Defenders, like our name says we are.

  1. […] had a jolly ole time. It’s sad to say but averaging around ten is good enough for the top ten these days.  In order to improve upon ourselves let’s try to have bigger chat sizes right before an […]

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