The Retirement of Ayan: Passing on the Torch

“Bye, Felecia!”

KLONDIKE, Ayan’s Desk — There hasn’t been a day in 27 months that I didn’t want to be involved in this community. It is like a perfect global village with people with different ideals and thoughts, all of whom come together to play Club Penguin. When I joined Discord in March 2018, I didn’t know what armies were. I wasn’t aware of the fact that virtual penguins actually got together and spammed emotes. It took me a while to understand how these armies work. Climbing the steps of success slowly and steadily, I learned the many aspects of the army structure, and grew a liking for it. Despite my long love for this community, there comes a time when you realize that all of this is virtual, and you’ve not touched a book for two years. It is time for me to join several others, close the final chapter of my army career, and move on with my life. I know y’all hate long posts (otherwise CPAM’s record would’ve been an ez 10k), but I have made an effort to make this post as concise as I can, describing my journey in this bewitching community.

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CPAM: Up Till Now

Blizzard, CPAM HQ – As World War Rewritten comes to a close, CPAM would like to take this opportunity to reflect on the past few months since CPAM’s conception. In an effort to commemorate its growth and success, as well as to note down our history as it happens, the content of this article will detail everything that has brought CPAM to this point. We wish our readers an enjoyable time while reading this post.

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Get to know CPAM’s Chief Executive Officer – Ayan

Blizzard, Club Penguin Media Armies HQ- Ayan joined the Army Community in March 2018. Like most of the people in the community right now, he wasn’t here when the Disney Club Penguin existed. He started off in Club Penguin Online by forming the Help Force. At first, he didn’t know much about armies, but eventually, after reading articles and talking to several people, he made his way through it. Continue reading