CP Rewritten Times: Issue #140 – Flight

A new edition of the Club Penguin Rewritten Times has been released! This one is notable because it contains the Coins for Change results, but it also alludes to this month’s party.

For the best experience, I would recommend reading the paper for yourself online as it always contains a variety of cool things such as artwork, but as always, I will summarise the news revealed.

This paper revealed the Coins for Change results:

  • Medical help: 23%
  • Protect the Earth: 44%
  • Building homes: 32%
  • Total donated: 443,162,500 coins (Wow! For context, in 2017, 66,349,900 coins were donated)

It also revealed some information regarding upcoming updates:

  • “The rumours seem to be true” regarding this month’s party – the most prevalent rumour is that it will be a Festival of Flight, especially after the team recently backtracked on previous comments saying it would never return. There’ll be “quite a view”
  • Tomorrow, a new Furniture catalog will be released
  • On January 16th, a new space-related Stage play will be released, along with a new pin

It’s really amazing to see how much was donated to Coins for Change! As a reminder, those figures serve as a vote to how a specific amount of money will be donated. I’ll let you know if figures are released translating them into actual money (they were in 2017).

Thank you very much for reading, be sure to check back for more of the latest Club Penguin Rewritten news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

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