Army controversies, one of the most common Club Penguin Army “behaviours” in posts or during an event or even in moments that occurred. These moments cause many things, like verbal bullying. To start off, I’d like to say that one of the most common things that individuals do with army controversies are:
- Support the ones most people go with.
- Support the ones less people go with.
- Be neutral; not be part of anything.
- Start “protesting” and see what happens.
- Use evidence to prove themselves.
- After realizing the facts, support the other one.
These are things that many people start to notice. In a way, it makes Club Penguin Armies slightly or effectively more popular. An example of an army controversy would be choosing two armies and let people decide or vote which army is better or going to win. For instance, the battle in 2013 between the Rebel Penguin Federation and the Nachos.
On one hand, Rebel Penguin Federation wons. (Not biased but more votes or more wins with the Rebel Penguin Federation.
On the other hand, the Nachos won. (Not biased but less votes or less wins with the Nachos)
Another example to talk about is World War Three, the battle with the small, legendary army, Underground Mafias Army, the legendary rebellion of 2007, Rebel Penguin Federation, the great Nachos, the first and greatest army, Army of Club Penguin, and the small but brave, Air Force.
More armies were also part of this but these are the ones most mentioned. World War II, was full of controversies and disagreements.
World War II, is one of the most memorable battles in Club Penguin Army history and possibly inspired many people to create their own armies or do anything else related.
No, it didn’t end yet because I didn’t talk about how to deal with it or avoid it.
- The most obvious one is probably not being involved with it. I respect that idea and the other two, but the two will lead to even more controversies. Almost everyone wants it to keep going because it’s fun, or stop. Every controversy is a different situation. It depends on how the situation is like, causing people to have different thoughts. They want the controversy to stop or to keep going.
- So, now that you get that idea — you probably want to know how to avoid it. To avoid it, you have 3 options.
1 – Avoid it by not going online and wait for it to end.
2 – Just wait for it to end and see how it plays out.
3 – Just don’t get involved with the arguments.
That seemed simple, right?
So, that’s how you deal with controversies.