Operation Dynamis Declassified

Hello all,

Over the past 2.5 days, RPF conducted a slick and speedy spy operation to gain some much needed intel. We called this Operation Dynamis. Our findings did not surprise us, and the community deserves to see what we found as well.

NOTE: Contrary to what I’m sure many would like you to believe, RPF conducts these operations simply because we want a level playing field. There are people in the army and in the community who can easily put an end to cheating, and that’s all we want.

The Plan

We wanted more definitive proof of our accusations towards the Templars in our previous post, The Wars to Come. We decided getting a spy into the army would give us some greater insight into what’s happening. The perfect candidate was our 2ic Plane, and we quickly sprung into action.

How It Went Down

I won’t bore you with all of the details, but we staged the firing of Plane from our High Command after he had some dialogue with Templars High Command. We staged a number of messages in DMs and High Command channels that would justify Plane’s defection to Templars. Plane was given 2ic and we began investigating.

STAGED MESSAGE!

 

STAGED MESSAGE!

STAGED MESSAGE!

The High Command there quickly bought everything and even started mocking RPF for “losing” Plane (not really relevant but it’s funny to look at).

As you can see in the picture above, Plane was able to obtain Leader in Templars as well, in just about one day.

Our Findings

Our suspicions were confirmed virtually immediately, and we found out about plenty of sketchy stuff happening in the army. Multilogging and far worse have been conspired by the staff here. Below I’ll list some pictures of our findings, most of which are pretty self-explanatory.

The 3 images above show general chat about multilogging, hacking, and botting from Templars staff on the Army League server and the Templars server.

Here Earthing threatens RPF by saying our chat will be visited by Camelogical, a known hacker and raider. These threats never materialized but this again shows why this army will be a problem for the community.

These pictures really need no explanation. Elmikey knows that Xing is multilogging and he knows he has a history of multilogging.

Finally, we have Elm’s admission of Templars multilogging to Riley himself.

Final Thoughts

I already know certain people will try to paint this as RPF trying to kill smaller armies, so let me clear it up here: If you don’t cheat, you have nothing to worry about. Elmikey, it’s not you who’s doing the deeds but you need to stop pushing it to the side and hold your staff accountable. I want to see this community grow just like everyone else, but of course it needs to be fair.

Operation Dynamis: Successfully completed.

Fight the good fight!

Popsicle, RPF Leader

Popsicle

Popsicle

REBELLION NEVER DIES.

15 Comments:

  1. SLICK AND SPEEDY SPY OPERATION XDDDDDD

  2. SLICK N SPEEDY
    BUT WHERE IS MY LARGE PEPPERONI?

  3. GREAT FINDINGS PLANE! FTGF!

  4. Give Plane the Mega Spy role already omg

  5. what a stinker!

  6. RPF is offically even more awesome. xD

  7. I don’t cheat?

  8. Great job Plane

  9. Fight The Good Fight

  10. Princeofmom {Cosmo}
    Princeofmom {Cosmo}

    Epic! I was really feeling down seeing my favourite 2ic like this. It feels awesome to see him get back! FTGF

  11. Attended
    Fireball449
    Sergeant

  12. There is no definitive proof in here that Templars have been mulitlogging. They suspect multilogging in their ranks but Elmikey has no control over this.

  13. Annon- CPA [Formerly abc61218]

    Oh crikey here we go again…

    As an active editor of the Club Penguin Armies wikia, feel free to contact me on my Discord: Annon- CPA, if you have information you want the world to know that I can add to the RPF page. I also hear SavageCobra does a lot on there also.

  14. Sick moves Plane on spying the enemy and report your findings. Awesome job!
    Fight the Good Fight!

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