Tomtwelve retires from ACP

Well, the day has come. It’s Tuesday, October 20, 2009. This is the day I officially leave the ACP. I had always planned on my retirement being a little unorthodox.  But how might I do that?  Well, mostly by not listing a buncha names. And there will probably be no retirement song. :o

Anyway, I see no particularly good way to start this, so I will just restate the fact that yes, I am retiring from the army of Club Penguin.  I finally decided that I was going to do it a few days ago.  I’m not going to go and say stuff like, “I’m way too old for this,” or, “I’m far too busy.”

I guess, in a nutshell, I retire now because I’m tired of waiting for a good time to retire.

Yeah, you see, I had always wanted to retire when I was in some great position.  And I decided many months ago that Lt. General wasn’t good enough.  Unfortunately, here I am at the same rank.  I was briefly a general, of course, but then I went right back down in a matter of weeks.  I had also wanted to retire in a time of, you know, peace and prosperity, like the kind you get after a major war. The only problem was, no war has been major enough for that.  Peace isn’t even considered “good” anymore, because we have too much of it. Well yeah, what I’m trying to say is that I would have liked to retire right after a great victory. Not at a time where I was just…bored.

I mean, a few days ago, I decided that it really was getting boring to go on chat all the time.  I didn’t even feel like checking the site. And ya know something else?  Somehow, many of the battles that were scheduled contradicted my seemingly empty schedule.  It doesn’t make too much sense. I’m not that busy.

(Note: I’m a bit frustrated at how unorganized this post is.)

My computer time has become pretty limited over the years, thanks to my parents.  (Not a bad thing, really.)

Plus, the fact that I’ve been in this army for over 2 years was starting to creep me out.

But for now, let’s forget the reasons why I’m retiring.  Because I guess I’ve come pretty far.

So how did my existence in Club Penguin armies go forth?  I’ll tell ya.


Once, long ago…and by that I mean July 2007.  I discovered the site of a small army.  Who knows what they were called.  But they did have some support.  Anyway, it was there that I found out about the UMA. Dun dun dunnn.  This small army was an enemy against UMA.  And using the logic of a CP Armies noob, I determined that UMA was evil, even though I knew nothing about them.

Though how I stumbled upon the ACP is a blur.  I remember finding the RPF site… I bet they told me about ACP.  Well, anyway, the post I saw on the ACP site was this one. Basically, this post was very exciting to me.  So I was going on Mammoth, fighting with the ACP…but I was actually standing outside of the group. For some reason, I didn’t feel like joining.  I just wanted to fight UMA at that point.  But then some guy came and told me to join, so I did.

Now hold it right there, I just want to point out something. That was the middle of the day, and we were just in the Dojo fighting.  The leaders weren’t even there.  You probably see what I’m getting at there–we were on Club Penguin all the time. And even if we do that now, it’s just ACP on a server.  Back then, it was multiple armies on the server at the same time.  I don’t even really know how everybody fit in the room.

Anyway, back to the story of Tomtwelve. I was excited to be a part of ACP.  I went on Club Penguin, and the great part was that the army would often be there.  Chat wasn’t really important at that point.  I fought through the rest of WWIII, and well…I never actually was at a battle when we lost.

Wars continued to take place. But there was also the occasional invasion of Mammoth.  Yes, I know what you’re thinking: We already owned that server.  But the invasions were what you now call “recruiting,” I guess.

At some point, the ranks were reorganized, and I received the rank of colonel, I think…Anyway. Stuff continued to go well. There are some conflicts that I can not forget.  For example, Oagalthorp once wrote the history of ACP, and in that history, he wrote of UMA’s past, too… Well they were mad, and we had to deal with some moron named…Lect or something. I mean, how annoying.

And there was also that one war against the nachos… Oh man that was fun to read.  By that I mean, Oagalthorp and AkaBob were arguing the heck out of each other.  And it was being done through the ACP and nacho sites, so yeah, pretty entertaining.

So of course, Oagalthorp retired eventually, with Fort taking over as leader.  Now with Fort, we had promotions much more regularly.  And wars much LESS regularly.  Now this was fine with us, really.  Cause I was rising through the ranks.  Yeah, who knew I’d regret this change much later on?

(Note: I realize that I am giving a history of ACP here, but these are good memories for me!!)

Anyway, the events that took place at the end of the Fort era were crazy.

Oh, but uh…I ought to tell you that at this time, I became the Club Penguin news guy on the ACP site!  Woo!

But as I was saying, crazy stuff happened.  I’m gonna make this clear, though.  Fort gave the rights to Oagalthorp to choose the new leader.  Yes, he gave written permission to Oagalthorp… So Oagalthorp narrowed it down to two candidates, from which he would choose. Rapidy and…



Nah, that wasn’t my actual reaction.  On the comments of that post, I debated with Rapidy, but our opinions didn’t seem to be too different, and the debate was not firey at all. In the end Rapidy would have became leader…except Fort decided to choose Nono before Oagal announced his decision.  And it all went downhill from there.

In a series of crazy events, Kg eventually became leader. His era was short.  Then there was Shab, who was elected. …Uh, I’m not gonna say anything about that. But at some point, my author position on the site MYSTERIOUSLY VANISHED!!! The mystery still remains…WHY??

Yeah so after more conflict, Boomer became leader, and I consider him to be the best since Oagalthorp.

But after his time, problems occurred again with the next leaders, which is why I have something to tell you.


The End

Ok, so now that I told you the history of myself, I have some more stuff to say.


Now, on chat, there was a time when Saint suggested that my retirement would be funny because I’m Mormon. Now, the way Saint has been talking as if Mormons are super-different has started to make me a little mad… But still, I thought that a Mormon retirement would be a good idea.

But how would I do that? Do I “sing” a hymn? Do I quote scripture? Maybe I should just tell you guys like, everything about Mormons, because you people don’t seem to know much. But nah.  What I should tell you, and must tell you, because many of you know nothing, is that our real name is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (yeah you can see why people gave us a nickname, though they could’ve just stuck with LDS…).  And in case you didn’t realize this (cough cough) we friggin only have ONE WIFE!! Yeah, I could tell you like, everything about the religion, but this post is long enough already.  But besides the fact that are standards are higher than the average person, we’re pretty normal.

Ha ha, check out this video that was made by Mormons!!  You wouldn’t even know if I hadn’t told you…heh heh. :mrgreen:


Yeah I’ll be bored and go on chat, of course.  I always have to go there and brag about how like, a Colorado team just won (BRONCOS ARE 6 AND 0, BABY!!!!) or like, act like a noob, or like, tell you what I’m listening to.

I had ideas for ACP, if I ever became leader.  I thought of how I could get us more wars, and make us more organized at the same time.  The answer became to make the government more like that of the United States’, where it is actually not the president that declares war.  However, since a certain conflict known as the Barbary Wars, the president has emergency war powers, which allowed him to declare war whenever he wanted.  But he has to report back to congress within 90 days.  I thought about basing our army on that system, and have a whole constitution. But hey, oh well.  I don’t know if that would’ve worked.  But who knows how long I’d have to wait to see.


Yeah so, sinners who have never played Zelda, go do that.

If you haven’t heard Paramore’s new album Brand New Eyes, go buy it.

And you should come to Colorado some time, because it’s awesome here.

And once again, the Broncos are 6 and 0, so…eat it.

And now I’m trying to think of some way to close this out dramatically, but I got nothin.

So…PEACE OUT, FOOLS!  :mrgreen:


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3 Responses to “Tomtwelve retires from ACP”

  1. 1 รtєคк คкค คχєש๏lยtเ๏ภ™ October 21, 2009 at 6: 21 am

    :o Bai, have a nice retirement and stuff…

  2. 3 Zehroy October 30, 2009 at 8: 06 pm

    Are you retiring from just ACP or all of CP?
    I unofficially retired from ACP about half a year, ago… I didn’t know I was retiring myself, but I just didn’t visit the site as much anymore… and now I don’t visit it at all.

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Hello, welcome

This is Tomtwelve's old site for Club Penguin, which is no longer posted on. Tomtwelve's posts were unique compared to other Club Penguin "cheat" sites: they only gave short sentences on secrets in Club Penguin, but Tomtwelve's posts offered entertainment, which is how any true blog will run. This site has barely been altered, so you can see it in all its glory and whatnot. Comments from new users are still held for moderation, and will be approved in a matter of time. As for the possibility of this site ever going back to doing Club Penguin news again, that is unlikely, as it would be too hard to find someone worthy of succeeding Tomtwelve. They would not have his style of posting. Because most people only care about hits, which do not give you anything when you are a kid.


From this point forward, all of the text has been left as it was originally, before Tomtwelve stopped posting.


Hey! Welcome to the Club Penguin Dojo! Originally, it was named the Dojo because it was a "training center" for Club Penguin secrets and cheats and whatnot. No longer do I give Club Penguin cheats, but you can go through the archives and find a few! What I give here is Club Penguin news!! I don't just type the exact same thing that's in the Club Penguin blog or newspaper. I make it all exciting and stuff! Do I get less hits this way? Sure. Do I care? Not really. So hopefully, you will enjoy the site even if you have to go somewhere else to find the new pin. But really, is it so hard to do it yourself?


There are some comments that are banned from this site. And these are those questions and the answer that I will give to these comments. And when it comes to commenting, by the way, your first comment on the site has to be approved by me for you to make any more comments to your desire. Anyway, here are the banned comments. Comment: Hey! I will add you to my blogroll if you add me to mine! Answer: No!! For one, I probably don't even like your site and I have no desire to help you get more hits! Second, I don't care if you can help me get more hits, remember?? Comment: NO THE PIN ISN'T THERE IT'S AT THE DOCK!!! Answer: Dude, this post was from 1996!!! Er---2007! 2008! I don't know what year it is from---BUT YOU SHOULD!! The date is right on the post!!! RIGHT THERE!! Do you know the months? The days of the week? Jeez! Comment: Answer: *Presses delete button. Comment: WHAT IS THIS @#%$? I $%#@%#& HATE THIS $&#@!!! $&@# THIS ALL! Answer: *Presses delete button. Comment: Hey, I *censored*. You *censored again*. Wanna *censored a third time*? Answer: "AAAAAAH!!!" *presses delete button. Well, that's basically it. Hopefully you understand what the rules are based on these made up examples.


I, Tomtwelve, have decided that hacking is wrong. Therefore, nothing that teaches you how to hack will be posted on this site. The Club Penguin team has banned many owners of blogs because the blogs are obvious evidence of hacking. And now, Club Penguin is not unbanning anyone. Much of this is for my own safety (I don't want to get banned!), but I'm giving you some advice: DON'T HACK, ESPECIALLY IS YOU'RE GOING TO START A CLUB PENGUIN BLOG. Hacking is criminal!

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About Tomtwelve

Tomtwelve joined Club Penguin over 1000 days ago, and soon became a member. During the summer, Tomtwelve discovered a software called Hypercam, and immediately started to use it to make Club Penguin videos. One of the first was Club Penguin War, and it became one of the most popular videos of all time. Tomtwelve soon uploaded a lot more. Eventually, he started a "company," called Club Penguin Player's Videos. He made a blog with that title, and starting blogging about the videos. He also decided to do a bunch of stuff about Club Penguin secrets and news. The blog grew slowly though, as shown by a hit counter counting the views. Soon, in 2007, the Club Penguin Dojo was formed, and CPPV stopped giving secrets. There was no way that both sites could do that. Also, Tomtwelve started uploading videos to Youtube instead of Google. More people saw the videos, especially one called "The Greatest Crime Ever." In summer 2007, he joined the Army of Club Penguin, and discovered where to go if he wanted to make another Club Penguin War movie: The Mammoth server. (Although, he never did, nor will he ever). As Fall approached, Tomtwelve continued to fight wars. He no longer had time for videos. But at the end of the year, Tomtwelve decided that he would get a video up on the 23rd, his last day of school. But instead of just a single video, he started a new epic series called "Twelve Heroes." Now, he is working on this movie, and the remaining parts will be up soon... or so he told you. As of now, Tomtwelve does, once again, not have enough time for movies. He's not going to let the remaining parts of Twelve Heroes just sit there! They will come!! Another event that happened in the summer of 2008 was that Tomtwelve was nominated to be the leader of ACP. This was no victory for Tomtwelve, but this did get him higher ranks. Now it's 2009, the year of awesomeness. Tomtwelve's Club Penguin life... well, sorta continues.

About Artichen

Artichen's typing skills give us very short posts. And also, very few posts. He isn't actually much help to the site, so few know about him. Where the real fame he has comes from is the multiple appearances he's had in Tomtwelve's videos, including Penguins Attacked 4 and 5. He is the one in Tomtwelve's music video of Makes Me Wonder that said, "Break it down," and also hit Tomtwelve on the head with drumsticks. His most recent appearance is in Twelve Heroes, where he plays the part of the Mountain Hero. Tomtwelve's quest to find him was not very hard. Another thing about Artichen: he likes cheese.

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