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    Welcome to the Nachos! We were one of the most powerful and legendary armies in all of Club Penguin. Known for our fun and enjoyable atmosphere, we're always having a good time! Due to Club Penguin shutting down, the army is mostly inactive. However, our older members tend to keep in touch using discord. You can join using the following link.
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    • 2,120,048 Nachos (Old site = 1.3 million)
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    View the complete list of our achievements and awards by clicking HERE.

    Notable Tournament Championships

    Legends Cup I, Christmas Chaos I, March Madness I, March Madness II, Champions Cup IV, March Madness IV, Legends Cup VIII

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Addressing The Situation

Message to Commando and CPA from our Brother Allies, Army Republic.

Edit: Second to last sentence in first paragraph is meant to say ACP and Nachos, not RPF and Nachos.

Army of the Republic | Welcome to the Ghosts |

As we all know, the CPA heads have come to a conclusion that AR breaking the treaty is temporary validated. However, if you read further along the post stating this on the CPA site you’ll notice that they cap RPF’s engagements at 6. It is evident that yesterday RPF did engage in 6 defenses against RPF and Nachos. However, if you examine the Invasion Spam Protection rule:

You will note that it limits 3 invasions and 3 defenses, so 6 battles per day. However, scrutinize this particular segment of this act: 

“means that each WAR is limited to 6 battles per day.”

We can all agree in unison that AR, Nachos, ACP, DK, Kings, and TW are not all apart of the same army, therefore not all in the same war with RPF. Each army is within its own individual war against RPF, not all in one large war entirely. If…

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