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Note: This was a 3 minute write-up that I did with knowledge of the top of my head. I will be editing this opener shortly to be much more accurate. ~ Dino

Cassius Brutus, also known by his Club Penguin username of casiusbrutus, is a former army leader who most notably led the Army of Club Penguin in the later half of 2013 and one of the founders of the first New Dawn Alliance. Cassius was notable for his autocratic rule over his armies, along with his questionable strategies to grow his armies.

First joining CPA in 2007, Cassius moved around from army-to-army. First joining the Gugu Peng Romans, he would go on to lead some armies such as the Romans and Fire Warriors (then called the ‘Roman Fire Warriors’).

In 2011 during an uprising against RPF leader Taylor, Cassius would take advance of the situation and assume the role of leader. Despite being ousted as well, Cassius remained a popular figure. He would become leader of the ACP following Capncook’s retirement. Cassius would solidify his grip over the ACP by couping Tori.

During his tenure, the ACP would react to 1st and prosper like it haven’t seen since 2012. Cassius, along with RPF and DCP leaders such as Elmikey and Mustapha10 would fight the Nachos and Light Troops in a war between the New Dawn Alliance and Bloodline Alliance. Despite succeeding in his efforts, Cassius would be couped by Flipmoo and other ACP higher commands.

Cassius would go on to revive the Romans and Fire Warriors in 2014, but to short-lived success. Cassius is generally viewed as one of the most influential army politicians─if not the founder of army politics[1]─and was nominated for CPA major legend multiple times[2][3][4][5][6][7] (albeit failed to achieve enough votes every time).

Early Career (2007 - 2009)

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RPF Stint and First Rise to Prominence (2009 - 2012)

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ACP Career (2012 - 2013)

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Later Career (2013 - 2014)

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Legacy

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See Also

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References

  1. The Retirement of Bluesockwa1. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
  2. April 2015 Legend Inductions Results. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
  3. January 2015 Legend Induction Results. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
  4. The October 2014 Legend Induction Results. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
  5. The July 2014 Legends Inductions Results. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
  6. The April 2014 Legends Inductions Results. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
  7. The January 2014 Legends Inductions Results. CP Army Central. Retrieved on 10-08-2021.
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