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”About Battles

How do battles work? In terms of Club Penguin armies, we have battles that use various forms of tactics and formations. Club Penguin armies use tactics and formations to fight their opponents.

Why do we have battles? Most of the time, we have battles to determine who will own a server. Most of these type of battles occur during wars. Some armies will also have “practice battles.” Practice battles are mainly for fun, and obviously, for practice as well.

What are formations? Formations are used to make an army look organized. They are basically lines that army members will organize themselves into. There are many types of lines that an army may organize themselves into. For example, they may make a diagonal line across a room, or make a line along the chatbar on Club Penguin.

What are tactics? Tactics are what is used to fight against an opponent in a battle. Some tactics that may be used are: emotes, words/phrases, or motions (such as throwing snowballs).


As it is explained above, formations are used to make an army look organized. Armies may use different shapes, or lines, to organize themselves into. If the leader wishes to do so, they may even have their army make a formation of letters. For reference, you may find a list of links with pictures of various formations below. The red and white line indicates what the formation may look like.


Battle Tips

During our battles, we do tactics, which is when the whole army does a specific command made by a leader. To be the best troop possible, it is vital that you do them as perfect as possible. Here is a list of every emote that can be done on Club Penguin.


The Bunching Rule:

Another important thing that needs to be done on the battlefield is known as spreading out. No, not like spreading butter on toast, but spreading out as an army so we don’t bunch up. We all want to be shown on Club Penguin so we look bigger than the other team, correct?

During battles, you should NOT look like this:

No bunching

What’s wrong with this picture? 

  • When we are bunched, our army looks smaller and weak
  • It confuses troops into thinking that’s one person if they don’t look at it close enough
  • It makes it harder for the leaders to see all of their troops!

In Club Penguin army battles, armies would use tactics to fight their opponents. Tactics may come in various forms. For example, some tactics could be using emotes, throwing snowballs at their opponents, or doing a “joke bomb.”

During an event, leaders would tell you to use a certain shortcut for a tactic, or tell you to type in a phrase. Before leaders use a tactic, they would announce what tactic is to be used, and give a countdown for when to use it. Emotes are the most commonly used tactics in armies. For that reason, leaders use emote shortcuts to name and use the emotes.

65 Responses

  1. when is the next battle

  2. Hey guys, its Jake.
    I forget if you guys referred to me as airkor97 or guitarist689, I just know it was one of the two. I was kind of a somewhat big part of LT, or at least I feel like I was, since I stuck around for a couple years before I stopped going on. I dont think anyone will ever see this, but in the case that someone does and want to get in touch with me, at the time I’m writing this, my instagram is guitarist689.

  3. when is the next battle

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