The Rebuilding Era

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Hello CPUN! It has been a long time, but I think that it’s time – It’s time for the Club Penguin United Nations to return. This time, I want to model the CPUN after the real United Nations. There was a couple tough questions ACP Embassador 1 (I’m unsure of his, for lack of a better word, “normal” name is).

  • What is the point of CP Armies?
  • Why should anyone join them?
  • What do they add to the CP experience?

So, if anybody stills reads CPUN – And anybody new who would like to answer – feel free. I would love your opinions. Also, if you would like to join CPUN, shoot me an email at MrWyoskyguy@gmail.com. I understand, noobs, when you ask “wtf is cpun?!!?”.

Let’s start with the basics – before we start getting into the more detail – let’s go over what the CP United Nations is.

The Club Penguin United Nations will act as a policing force, a judicial service, a voice for small and medium armies, and to defend the rights of those small and medium armies. We will not be a news site. We may post some news, but that will not be our main focus. Which is, small and medium armies.

Battles and Tournaments- Battles and tournaments are an important part in CPUN. We believe that they make an army more active, and keeps it interesting. Here at CPUN, we use a three point system, average sizes, highest number of tactics, and activeness during the event. At any point, we can add more or remove a point from the system.

Multiple Judges- For each battle, we will have a minimum of three judges, and a maximum of five. The first three judges include the Secretary General, the Prime Minister, and the Minister of Defense. The final two judges will be randomly selected from the community. Each judge is not required to attend the battle – however it is highly recommended that they do attend. The judges cannot be a member of one of the two armies battling.

Scoring- Armies will be graded on a number if things. Judges will estimate a number out of the number of points. For example, if an army gets a 20/33, a 15/33, and a 30/33- there score from that judge is 65/100. The judges then take the number out of 100, and average it by the number of judges. For example, if an army got a 75/100, a 43/100, and a 88/100, they would end up with a grand score of 68.666/100.

View the Constitution page and the About page for information what I’m about to talk about.

Upper Administration

Listed below are the names of the positions in order of authority level in the CPUN’s administration:

  • Secretary General: Wyoskyguy
  • Prime Minister: Pungy1234
  • Minister of Defense: Dan
    • Undersecretary to the Minister of Defense: Orange
    • CPUN Army High Command: Ninjadude800
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs: Donut
    • Ambassadors and Diplomats of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Under Donut)
      • Ambassador: Fido
      • Consulate General: TBD
      • Consuls: TBD
  • Minister of Communcations: TBD
    • Ambassadors and Diplomats of the Ministry of Communications (Under TBD)
      • Ambassador: TBD
      • CPAF Representative: TBD
      • SMAC Representative: TBD
      • CPAC Representative: TBD
  • Consultants: CassiusBrutus, Mr Deedledoo

Read here on how to apply for a rank

I will be publishing more info in the next two to three days.

Wyoskyguy

Club Penguin United Nations Secretary General

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10 Responses

  1. Good luck with restart :D

  2. Imma back :3 ready to help whenever.

    • Alright, I’ll find you on chat and we can chat. :3

  3. Really like the idea of having tournaments, to help the armies stay active

  4. REBUILD!

  5. Glad to see Sky is the leading man here. :D

  6. Sky, when you brought CPUN back, I thought you would keep it active..

  7. Haha lol

  8. I just put in an Apply Message. :)

  9. Just commenting to remind you guys that I exist and do check the website! Sorry about recently, got involved in a *lot* of stuff at my school, but I’m still here!

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