Reviewed by You – EPF Technology & Puffles!!!

Over the years we’ve heard of so many different puffle species rumours. If you’ve made your way far into Club Penguin’s wilderness, you’ve probably discovered the new Brown Puffle!

These new puffles really seem to enjoy inventing gadgets and new technology!

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Anyway, last week for reviewed by you, Club Penguin asked us what new EPF gear we need and this is what Maui8 said:

I think it would be cool if we had a pair of glasses to see through walls and caves and big piles of snow, a shirt to make us completely invisible, or maybe a hat that can fly us around. Waddle on CP!

This week for reviewed by you, Club Penguin want to know what experiments we’re conducting with our Brown Puffles. Keep it between 50-75 words and if your review gets picked, 10,000 coins will be added to your account!

Sa-weet! Brown puffles do appear extremely smart! So what are you and YOUR puffle getting up to? 😉

-Caitiecat12

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Reviewed by You – Island’s Greatest Threat!!!

Last week for reviewed by you, Club Penguin asked us what we think the biggest threat to the island’s peace it and this is what Alyssajane88 said:

Most of the problems we solve in the Field Ops are to do with technology. I believe that the robots have something to do with it. Like the recent field op how it wanted to steal parts from the Aqua Grabber. Maybe it wanted to upgrade its self. I say we keep an eye out for anything unusual…

Hmm… you might be on to something…

Please note: the rest of this message is for EPF Agents only.

Good work, Agents – the call for new recruits seems to be working. We’ve seen lots of you meeting in the Command Room:

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This week for reviewed by you, Club Penguin wants to know what new technology does the EPF need to develop next?

If you’re lucky enough to get chosen you’ll get 10,000 coins added to your penguin account. Remember to keep your review between 50-75 words though.

Hmm.. maybe something that will allow us to do new missions. Missions like the PSA had..

Waddle on!

-Caitiecat12

Reviewed by You – New Year Events!!!

Last week for reviewed by you, Club Penguin asked us what we are most looking forward to in the new year. This is what Reeio said:

im looking forward to what happens to a certain polar bear. I also can’t wait for the parties and coins for change i love donating. 
Waddle On CP

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Reeio comments remind most of us of the time a certain polar bear triggered a huge earthquake. The attack was intense, but the island recovered thanks to all of our help.

Now, for this weeks reviewed by you, Club Penguin is calling out agents only to answer. What is the greatest threat to peace on the island?

Answer inbetween 50-75 words and 10,000 coins will be added to your account if you get chosen!

Personally, I think by far, that certain polar bear Herbert is the islands biggest peace threat!

Waddle on!

-Caitecat12

Reviewed by You – Coins for Change Donating!!!

Hello Penguins!

With 2011 just around the corner, we want to take this time to say thanks for another amazing year. It’s you and your buddies who make this island so great.

Your generosity helped make the Holiday Party and Coins For Change a huge success! Check back on Saturday to see where your coins are headed.

Last week we asked you which Coins For Change cause you donated to, and Bumba1 said:

I donate to all of the causes because some people aren’t as fortunate as us and I really want to make a difference. I saw what Club Penguin did last year for the kids in Haiti and I wanted to make more people happy this year. If we build shelter, people will be warmer and safer. If we donate towards saving our forests, we can save so many animal species! If we provide medical help, we can be a healthier world. I hope everyone thinks about how they are helping the less fortunate when they donate to Coins for Change. Happy holidays!

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Thanks Bumba1!

With 2011 just around the corner, this week we want to know – what are you looking forward to in the new year?

Write your Reviewed By You answer as a comment. We’ll post one (50 – 75 words, please) in next week’s Reviewed By You. If your submission is chosen to be the feature comment on next week’s blog, we’ll add 10, 000 coins to your penguin account. Don’t forget to use your penguin name so we can add coins!

Until then… Waddle on!

-Club Penguin Team

Reviewed by You – Christmas Around the World!

Last week for Club Penguin’s Reviewed by you, we were asked what are we doing to celebrate Christmas in our own homes! There were MANY responses,  here are only a few:

Andy2407 said: At my own home, in Christmas, My whole family has a Christmas dinner. And we invite all of our friends and relatives. We are from Australia so we have an aussie BBQ, salad, ice cream and other stuff that is Summer food. Christmas is my favourite time of the year!

I’m also Australian so that’s very similar to what I do! 😀 Thanks Andy2407!

Jkgirl324 said: Since my mom is cathalic and my dad is jewish, I celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas. For Hanukkah, we light the monorah candles, get presents, and eat matzaballs for dinner. For Christmas, we open up the presents from Santa and my parents in the morning. When thats over, we all eat breakfast and watch the Christmas parade at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Then we go to my grandma and grandpa’s house where we see our whole family, and get more presents!!!!! Later at night, we all have a big feast (all homemade by grandma, the best cook ever) and get to catch up with each other. I love the holidays. I’M SO LUCKY!!!!!!!!!!! WADDLE ON CP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lilypop said: I have a party with all of my closest family for the holidays. Other than that, I donate to the poor, just like on CP! In my school, we have baskets to put money and presents in. They soon give them to a local homeless shelter to spread some Christmas cheer! Waddle on CP and Happy holidays!

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Thanks everyone! One of Club Penguin’s biggest Christmas traditions is Coins For Change, so this week they want to know – which Coins For Change cause did you donate to and why?

Keep it between 50-75 words and you could win 10,000 coins!

Even though all the causes are important, I decided to donate to helping portect the Earth. We must keep our Earth and animals in good condition, this is our home. Our only home.

Waddle on!

-Caitiecat12

Reviewed by You – Coins for Change!!!

Last week for Reviewed by You, Club Penguin asked what we’re doing to raise donations for Coins For Change and Joiceful said:

I am a tour guide so each year when CFC comes along, I do a “Coins for Change Tour” which takes people to games and then to CFC pots. They donate to each pot and then I thank them for making a difference. I squeeze donating into touring for the perfect Holiday combo!!!

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Thanks Joiceful – that sounds awesome! Tours are a great way to spread the word about Coins For Change.

The Christmas party is almost here so this week, Club Penguin wants to know what we’re doing in our own homes to celebrate!

Keep it between 50-75 words and if you win, you’ll receive 10,000 coins!

Waddle on!

-Caitiecat12

Reviewed by You – Christmas Decorating!!!

Last week Club Penguin asked us what new igloo items would help us decorate for Christmas and Timeara said:

I really like the Coins For Change item, and the snowmen. For the Coins For Change item, you could make a box that lets you type in the amount of coins you want to donate. And for the snowmen, you could do what Rolo 23 said, but it wouldnt be a game, it would come with accessories.
WADDLE ON!

Thanks Timeara! A lot of you are getting ready for Coins For Change. Check out Remy Ego’s igloo:

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This week for Reviewed by You, Club Penguin wants to know what you will do to get coins for Coins for Change!

Keep the Review between 50-75 words and if you get chosen, 10,ooo coins will be added to your penguin account!

Waddle on!

-Caitiecat12