2 Errors to Avoid in Club Penguin Armies

    Most-likely everyone in Club Penguin Armies are trying to be successful and we’ve all been there. Sometimes, there are some mistakes people make which they make a big deal out of. That’s why I’m posting 2 errors you should avoid in Club Penguin Armies. Everyone makes these mistakes and half of the people get over it, or they make a big deal out of it. So, without a further ado, the 2 errors you should avoid.

#1: Your History in Certain Areas of Club Penguin Armies:

Almost everyone in the community of Club Penguin Armies had some sort of history with Club Penguin Armies. It probably wasn’t good, rather it was bad. Your probably had a history where you’ve probably went too far when making fun of someone or doing some sort of mischief. You maybe get banned and sooner or later, you make a big deal out of it.

Well here’s the tip, everyone can turn over a new leaf; including you. So, you can apologize and turn over a new leaf in becoming part of the “good side”. Your history won’t affect much of your reputation in Club Penguin Armies if you’re on the safe side. Otherwise, people will think less of you and you probably won’t make friends.

An example of how you should act like is George Washington. George Washington was a great leader and has an interesting history with him being one of the Founding Fathers.

#2: The Enemy

Almost everyone in the community makes enemies. These enemies you may think, is a sign you’re not doing good in Club Penguin Armies. Actually, it’s a good sign because you’re getting noticed more. If you had more friends than enemies, you’re on the good side and many people respect you. Your enemy is your rival, and a good match can mean a lot of fun. Think of it as competition and plus, the enemy of my enemy is a friend.

Hope this helps.


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