Today’s event pushed me to make the final decision.
We can do so much better, greater things. We are the family that can’t be stopped. This has been proven already – we are almost 11 years strong and will hopefully keep going for a very long time. But the best part about our family is that it grows. I’ve seen us go from nothing to everything within days just because of the hard work people are able to put in. But recently, we’ve been bottlenecked. And after much consideration, it has been decided we must move on from Club Penguin Universe.
Before we moved to CPU, we were never confident with what would happen. We went in blindly after CPR’s shutdown. We did get good results, and for some time, everything seemed just fine. Originally, I had decided against our other CPPS option due to other underlying concerns, because I thought their flaws outweighed the benefits.
However, I was wrong. After many months CPU has begun to die and lose its player base, while the other one has not. RPF thrives on a community and a player base, and without one we have nearly no point in existing (except our own). We thank CPU for continually supporting us, and making sure we wouldn’t be abused like we were under CPR’s administration. Their staff was, and is, outstanding, but we can’t keep playing in a ghost town. For those wondering about CPR: they still haven’t addressed our post or concerns, so we will remain unaffiliated with them. It’s time to move on.
Why CPO? They have had a very active playerbase for a long time. Consistency is what RPF works well with, it has been proven in the past. The staff are willing to be accepting with armies, which means we don’t have to worry about being abused over and over again. Another big thing is, if you registered on CPR prior to January 24th 2018, then you can get your account transferred onto Club Penguin Online. So what’s the difference between CPO and CPR? CPO doesn’t have an abusive staff, and it already has been proven to be stable.
I hope you all consider the points I’ve made and agree with our decision. Nothing about this was easy, because we are very thankful to CPU for their acceptance toward RPF. But the truth is, we would have to be idiots to move to CPR at this point, and we would have to be ignorant to stay on CPU.
Popsicle edit: This was not an easy decision, but it was one that had to be made in the best interest of RPF. Club Penguin Online has proven to have a stable playerbase and a steady infusion of new players, something that CPU lacks at this point. I’ll always be thankful towards the CPU staff, past and present, for welcoming us with open arms and giving us a home for these past couple of months. With that being said, it’s time for RPF to move on so that we can truly be the best that we can be. RPF needs stability and growth, and CPO can provide that for us. It’s time for us to get back to doing what we do best: recruiting, growing, and dominating. Fight the good fight.