Our Franky Tracker aims to help you meet our local guitarist on Club Penguin Rewritten so that you can receive a hard-difficulty stamp and obtain his exclusive background!
Chance of visiting this month: Unlikely
The Penguin Band could visit this month, but there is no known reason for them to do so
Visits since 2018 began: 15
Visits recorded by tracker since the start of 2018: 13
Accuracy rate: 86%
Tips for meeting Franky:
- Franky usually attends music-related events but he has also attended celebrations such as the 1 Million Penguins Celebration, Penguin Play Awards and the Christmas Party
- In the last few months, he has become one of the most frequent members of the band to visit the island
- As such, if you see any other members of the Penguin Band, be sure to quickly check around the island if you’re able to see Franky
- He usually visits less popular servers such as Ascent or Beanie
Franky gave out the same background which can be obtained by meeting any other of the three members of the Penguin Band! He gave out this background at the 100K Celebrations Event, the Music Jam 2017/2018/2020 and the Christmas Party 2017!
Secondly, he gave out this background during the Penguin Play Awards 2018 and the Waddle on Party in 2018. You could get this background without meeting him by clicking some bots of the Penguin Band playing at the Dock, or you could obtain this background normally by meeting him as usual.
Lastly, the Penguin Band Stage Giveaway was available during the Music Jam during May and June 2019. It is custom to Club Penguin Rewritten, and could also be obtained by meeting any of the other three members of the band.
These are how the backgrounds look like on your playercard!
Good luck meeting Franky and remember to keep checking this tracker for an increased chance in doing so!
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