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  • I made some edits to your page on the Raven Rivals

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  • the wiki will soon be up for adoption. Can i adopt it?

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  • I really hope you haven't been adding your negative opinion on Club Penguin on other pages of the Wikia. 

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    • I haven't. I added the majority values.

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    • Don't add stuff that doesn't contribute to the preservation of CP Armies is all I'm asking. No need to call out the community and show why you (and others) hate CP Armies (: 

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    • I got you. Can you also reach out to Dr Flen in the message boards + LordNinja and I r thinking about reviving Water Ninjas. R we able to use the original site if we? And I'm guessing if LordNinja revives it, that makes him able to since he's a legend? Unless WN has a different guardain revival rule.

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    • FYI: "This page also lists former leaders who have served in the WN. You’re not allowed to use the title of ‘legend’ unless your name is shown in the Legends section". In other words, he's a Troop Legend. I also could care less if you decided to revive. However, I don't know if giving the site for a CPPS army is exactly worth it. 

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  • I never understood that ridiculous army.

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  • I can see you've removed my running analysis on the war. 
    I can see you've summarised my findings but I'd appreciate it if this could be reinstated due to it being really important to allow people to see how the victory breaks down [Which I still haven't decided on yet because I'm not finished!]. Additionally, I'd like to request the protect right to continue working on the page. I can see why you've put it on [saw your little dispute with the RPF guy] but want to be able to continue. Many thanks, Annon- CPA.

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    • Please give me your annalysis without using "I" in it and I will add it. It is being protected because of RPF constantly attacking it.

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    • What follows is an analysis carried out by Annon CPA into the war in order to determine the victor. This analysis is conducted in an unbiased manner with the assistance of various others involved. Please do not delete or alter this section as it is very important in determining the victor, though any extra information would be appreciated. 

      Research can conclude the RPF started the war by raiding army events. Whether this was a response to a previous action is unknown but it would appear to be the beginning. And the RPF's fault. No motive is clear, but this definitely happened. Kingcool, a member of the army community confirmed this definitely happened.

      "The war was declared on July 7th, 2018 due to a spy that goes by the name of Silverburg, who is an RPF legend. They noticed a strange pattern in the troops and believed one of the high commanding officers was multilogging, which they were. The information was brought back and war was declared."

      This suggests the RPF were cheating. No screenshots are available, so this can be neither confirmed or denied. Therefore, this cannot be included as information for or against the RPF or the Templars.

      From here, things clearly escalated. What started as the RPF 'spying on events of the Templars' to them raiding a Templar held event, 'censoring them completely'. I'm going to count this as part of the war and it as a Templar's loss. The RPF then approached things from a more political perspective by attempting to weaken them using Operation Dynamis [RPF page on it here: http://clubpenguinrpf.com/operation-dynamis-declassified/#more-70072 ].

      Refer to the link above for more information. The website says the Templars may be multilogging, a practice where one person logs on to something multiple times on one computer. The article accuses Xing [the Templars leader at the time] of doing this, using screenshots of Elmikey to prove it.

      This is somewhat suspicious, as Elmikey likely doesn't show anyone his DMs in that way, bringing into question how the RPF have those screenshots if they aren't faked. Did Elmikey show them to Plane? That seems very unlikely. These messages show that Elmikey is suspicious of Xing potentially multilogging, not certain, and since these messages have questionable reliability as sources, nothing can be said for certain. Xing himself has denied these rumours. As this has not been outright proven to be true or false, this cannot yet be acted on. However, it is a clever tactic, to attempt to weaken the Templars by 'exposing' them.

      Next, were the 'Tuesday Raids'.

      "On June 10th, 2018 the RPF raided a Templar recruiting event. This raid was fought horribly by the Templars, so it was won by the RPF. The battle lasted for around 40 minutes. This was a humiliating battle for the Templars. It was a clear RPF victory. Later on that day at the night time of June 10th, the RPF attacked a group of Pizza Federation soldiers who wanted to have a peaceful event. The battle was reinforced by Templar backups. But afterwards, the RPF soldiers there tripled against the Templars and Pizza Federation soldiers who were getting banned. This would cause the Pizza Federation to declare war after the battle."

      Okay, more fighting between the RPF and Templars. Not much here, honestly since these raids and the previous one were before the major battles involving the RDA, these don't hold much value as they happened at a point before things escalated into a world war. This would change quite dramatically, however.

      Over the course of 14 days, several armies joined the war against the RPF. This group formed the Red Dawn Alliance [RDA]. This was an intelligent move in order to create the potential to take on the RPF and win. This also caused the war to gain its status as the CPA community's seventh world war.

      On the 27th July, the first real battle was fought when the RPF attempted to raid a Templar event. Studying available pictures from the event, the RDA clearly turned the tables, beating the RPF with superior numbers. The picture provided on the wiki shows the RPF attempt to accuse the Templars of 'relying on CP Online for help', an accusation that certainly proves false, as you shall see. This raid was never posted onto the RPF website, suggesting even the RPF knew they had lost.

      Shortly after, the UAC was formed, made up of only two armies, the RPF and the Elite Trackers. Unfortunately, little is known about how effective this group was due to what was about to happen.

      "On August 3rd, 2018, the RDA scheduled a raid against the RPF. The raid was successful with barely even a victory. Afterwards, a conflict began with Club Penguin Online, with armies be inside it and the community was being banned. Afterwards, most armies were gone out of Club Penguin Online, and only a few remained. The few with tons of troops lost. This was the ending of the war. The war went into deciding who won afterwards."

      To make it more clear, this paragraph states that:

      1. The RDA raided an RPF event and apparently won.
      2. Club Penguin Online shortly afterwards went very anti- CPA and banned most armies.
      3. The war ended as a result.

      The first claim also provides two images, suggesting the RPF cheated. Further research has found that this was by moving into rooms a minute earlier than the scheduled time to move, and even further information has revealed that Left confirmed doing this. Hence when the RDA tried to log into these rooms, they couldn't all get in due to it being full. Assuming both of these images are legitimate and from the event, the RPF have seriously jeopardised themselves and could potentially have lost the war. In order to keep up, on the change to plaza they did the same thing, an act considered justified considering the RPF had done the same thing. From here the war was ended due to Club Penguin Online banning most armies, including most of the RDA.

      Conclusion

      Final conclusion would suggest that the winners of the war are the RDA, having successfully beaten the RPF in the one fight guaranteed to have been fought fairly, though credit is due to the RPF for a very intelligent move in Operation Dynamis. It also does not go in the RPF's favour that they started the war for no apparent reason except to pick on a smaller army, though the RPF have stated they are actually trying to bring down the army because they 'cheated' by multilogging when in fact this was done by the RPF in the final battle fought, This analysis finds the RDA as the true victors.

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    • So, is that okay to add or is there a problem with it?

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    • It is okay. I will get it there shortly.

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  • Some idiot has vandalised the Tuba Army page again. I'll see if I can fix it, but don't know how...

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  • Hi, looking for a link to the Templars website/Discord? Can't find one on google.

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  • I was wondering if you still a RPM after its closure.

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    • i am too. im there 3ic

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    • Oh ur in the "other RPF" then

      I am Semonek

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