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The Federation Vexation

When Commander Prior founded RFCP on June 5, 2019, he did not know the Rebel Penguin Federation. RFCP did not grow into an actual army until a little less than two weeks after its founding, and did not enter the arena of world politics until then.

And yet, controversy surrounds our use of the word “Federation” in our name.

Rebel Penguin Federation began in 2007, a year before Prior enlisted in the People’s Republic Army under CollinZFresh. One of RPF’s original leaders, Elmikey, is still active today (although Queenieliz is the current RPF leader).

Prior has clearly stated that he was not familiar with RPF when he founded RFCP and christened its name. Although RPF operated when Prior served in the PRA, the ten long years stretched between then and now forced RPF to entirely elude his memory, if he knew them at all.

But not all does seem to be good.

Indeed the community was bigger, and Prior was younger. His old army, the PRA, entangled with the likes of ACP (Army of Club Penguin) and the Nachos, not so much the RPF. We appreciate the support and understanding from most in the community about this coincidence. It should also be noted that PZF (Pizza Federation) exists as well. The word is popular for army names, so much so that PZF is seeking to rebrand itself as Pizza Empire in the near future to lessen the pool of “Federations.”

Why bring up these conflicts with RPF?

RFCP has found itself grinding shoulders with the #1 Top Ten army this past week. Our dearest allies, EGCP, are bitter enemies with RPF, and RPF is aiding our bitter enemies, LGA. This doesn’t meant that RFCP and RPF are exactly sworn opponents. But it’s complicated.

Earlier this week, a novelty army was formed by Cena called the PG-Family Friendly Disney-Initiated Cuddle Kittens. Its aim was to aggravate and poke fun at LGA and RPF.

RFCP participated in one of its battles, as Prior likes Cena and the group amused him.

There was even a love session: the Cuddle Kittens bunched up on Memmaw and said “CUDDLE PARTY!!!!” This pleased RFCP.

The chants grew aggressive, however, and Commander Prior ordered his soldiers to stand down when they became too vulgar.

We still love Cena and the CK, but the call ended up being a wise one. CPA admins enforced a 48 hour ban on all who participated in these chants. Later, Queenlieliz private-messaged Prior a heartfelt thanks for refusing to use the chants.

Nonetheless, after the ban, the Cuddle Kittens reformed as the Cuddlers of War. RFCP remains amused and affectionate.

Turmoil between the two Federations reared again as the RPF Strike Force scheduled an unprecedented invasion of RFCP’s server, Deep Freeze, on Wednesday, July 24th, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. EST. The rooms were: Iceberg, Mine Interior, Docks.

Provoking the ire of the EGCP, RPF drew RFCP’s strongest ally to our aid, and we maxed 34 against them by the end of the battle. It was declared a tie originally, and then revised to an RFCP victory. Overall, the battle was clean, but Prior led with berserk determination, and under an enormous amount of pressure. Not only were the eyes of the #1 ranked army upon his leadership, but the eyes of the mighty EGCP following his orders as well. With numbers neck and neck, the results of the invasion rest on tactics and formations alone, which is the last thing a commander in the command seat wants to hear, as everything comes down to his skill at ordering. Occasionally, Edu14463 of the EGCP encouraged Prior to go faster, and, sweating, he did.

As referenced in the screenshot of Prior’s orders, a quarter through the last room’s fighting at the docks, the CPATG server crashed and booted everyone off. After switching to a different server, Prior opened with “THE SERVER CRASHED UNDER OUR MIGHT.”

It was ruled ultimately that RFCP, by a close margin, lost only the Mine Exterior room and won the other two, emerging with a successful defense.

Prior can understand why RFCP lost the Mine. The Commander studied the video of his own performance and marked two grim mistakes.

First was the newspaper conundrum that took place in the Mines. Prior called for the soldiers to START READING THE NEWSPAPER so we can show we are bored of RPF. He failed to make it clear that this was an action, not a chant. This mistake led to some confusion and messiness, although it was eventually executed as desired.

The second mistake Prior saw in his command was allowing a jumbled F (Federation) Formation stand for too long and be crowded out by the enemy. In a situation where soldiers fail to perform a disciplined formation, the formation must be quickly replaced or adapted.

The stronger move, as indicated in the blueprint below, would have been to abandon the formation and move troops to occupy the open space RPF left at the bottom of the room.

Prior was tense for the remainder of the night, devoted to scrutinizing the video of the battle General Cabin provided and waiting without breath for the decision of the admins.

RFCP represented fondly immediately after this event to EGCP’s invasion of an LGA server. Familiar faces (RPF disguised as LGA) were met there, and we were proud to support EGCP into a glorious victory. Our favorite tactic of theirs was:

Long live the NVA. RFCP is swiftly on its way to being a prominent NVA big brother. We rage on together.

Transcript of Prior’s battle speech:

IT

IS

TIME

FOR

THE

BATTLE

SPEECH!

THERE COME GREAT DAYS IN HISTORY THAT BOIL DOWN NOT TO YEARS, NOT TO MONTHS, BUT TO MOMENTS. THERE WILL COME A MOMENT….

WHEN THE NUMBER ONE WILL FALL

WHEN THE NUMBER ONE

IS

UNDER

THE

GUN

THAT GUN IS YOU!

HOLD IT STEADY!

MAKE FIRM YOUR GRIP!

AIM IT! AND TELL ME

ON THIS DAY

TELL ME NOW

THAT THE MOMENT IS HERE

TELL ME YOU WILL FIRE!

THE RPF FALLS TODAY!

MAKE FIRM YOUR GRAPS!

IT

FALLS

TODAY!!!

RFCP! RFCP! RFCP! RFCP!

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  1. […] other times, however, RPF and RFCP seemed less enemies by choice and more enemies by circumstance. Their exterior allegiances never aligned, but each army has expressed stiff respect for each […]

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