An Interview with Lieutenant Cabin0416

Lieutenant Cabin0416 arrived at RFCP by pure chance. A veteran of many campaigns years ago and profiled on Club Penguin Armies wiki, earlier this month Cabin found himself on the CPA Discord, looking for a fresh start. He closed his eyes and clicked randomly on the list of armies.

RFCP is what he landed on.

Since, Cabin ascended rapidly through the ranks from Agent to Lieutenant in just over a week, something Prior is not known to often do. Cabin is the designer of our flag at the head of this page (not to be confused with our victory flag made by Colonel Boi), our in-progress CPA Wiki page, and the videos pinned to the blog.

He gives an interview below for the third post in our series, Interviews with the Soldiers.

Q: What are your special skills at RFCP?

A: Connecting with other members for one. RFCP isn’t just an army — it is a family. Second, my leadership skills. Even though I am not in a leadership position, I am not afraid to do what a leader would do in any given situation. Thanks to RFCP and Prior, I have learned so much more about what it means to be a leader.

Q: You may have alluded to this already, but we’ll give you this question anyway. Lieutenant Cabin, you’re a veteran of many Club Penguin armed conflicts. What makes RFCP unique or special?

A: The RFCP is a family, like I had mentioned before. I never really felt that close to other people before, in any Club Penguin Army. Here, the leader is active, open to suggestions, and most of all, cares. I didn’t really have that privilege back in the day. RFCP is really one of the smallest armies I have ever been in. RFCP is also special when it comes to the battlefield. For example, we can get into formation quickly. It takes quite some time for a larger army, like the ones I were in previously.

Q: It is quite odd and random, if one really thinks about it, that a colorful, cheerful game like Club Penguin could breed armies. Why do you think this culture arose? Why do some penguins fight?

A: I believe this culture arose due to boredom. I can speak from experience. I joined Club Penguin in 2013. As I grew older, Club Penguin started to get boring, but I just couldn’t give it up. It probably got boring for everyone at some point. The game rarely changed! That is about when I decided to give Club Penguin Armies a go. People growing up can be a reason why this culture arose. Teenagers are rebels. The reason why some penguins fought and still fight today is because it is not personal (to some it is), but it passes the time. Also, fighting can be fun.

Q: What is the most fun you’ve had at an RFCP event?

A: Either it is when we had that recruitment event not that long after I joined RFCP or when we lost Antarctic to RPF. We really came closer together as a family after that loss.

Q: What is your favorite color?

A: Yellow

Q: Prior is known for staying in character and being rather militant. Knowing him as his soldier, what is something about him that surprised you/would surprise our readers?

A: I didn’t know he was so open. Both emotionally and to the suggestions of the troops. From my experience, no leader has ever been that way.

Q: Anything else you want to say to our readers? This is your podium.


Q: !!!

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