CP Rewritten: Sun Pin (5th July)

A new pin, the “Sun” pin, has been hidden on Club Penguin Rewritten until July 19th! If you don’t want the location to be spoiled, please skip this post! Here’s how the pin looks like.

With the help of icychaps8864, who I thank greatly, I was able to find the pin. It is located at the Dance Lounge inside the lamp by the bottom left!

Once you’ve collected it, you can wear it and it will be added to your stampbook. I hope that this guide helps, thank you for reading!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

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CP Rewritten: Earn the “Go Swimming” Stamp

After the updates earlier today, it’s now easy to get the “Go Swimming” stamp! I’ll be quickly showing you how to get it just so you make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to add another stamp to your collection!

Very simply, head to the Gift Shop and turn to the second page of the catalog. Click the bottom right corner on the box saying “Swimsuits”, then purchase the Blue Duck.

Head to the Cove and make sure that you are only wearing the Blue Duck – take off any clothes that aren’t this item. Then head into the water, tap “D” to dance and you would have earned your stamp!

I hope that this quick tutorial helped. Thank you for reading, have a nice day!

Waddle on!
-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: July 2017 Clothing Catalog & Secrets

The beach-themed Penguin Style is out on Club Penguin Rewritten! If you’re unable to see it, you may need to clear your cache, but this catalog has some really cool items!

On each of the three new pages, there are three secrets to find rare items! The first page contains the Red Sunglasses, Coral Crown and the Life Jacket.

On the second page, we have the Fishing Hat, Fishing Vest and the much loved Blue Duck! You can use the Blue Duck to earn a stamp and it has a cool action, so I would suggest picking that up!

On the third page, we have the Grass Skirt (which also has its neat own action) along with the Wetsuit and Aqua Striped T-Shirt!

Lastly, the final update to the catalog is the Penguins at Works section. This time you can buy the “Lifeguard Shirt” to help keep the water at the Cove safe!

Thank you very much for reading, I hope that this guide helped! Be sure to check back for the latest news and more Club Penguin Rewritten content!

Waddle on!

-Torres126

CP Rewritten Times #18 – July 4th

Issue 18 of the weekly Club Penguin Times have been published and it contains articles about Rockhopper, the colour vote, Stage play, Ski Hill tracks and the upcoming events!

Whilst I do reccommend you have a read of the paper yourself on Club Penguin Rewritten, as always, I have summarised the information on what’s coming to the island soon!

  • Rockhopper will be leaving the island tomorrow (July 5th) so be sure to buy any last Rare Items from the Migrator
  • A new Penguin Style and Better Igloos catalog will be released tomorrow (July 5th)
  • New summertime furniture will be in the new, updated furniture catalog tomorrow, along with new igloo music (July 5th)
  • A new pin will be hidden tomorrow until July 19th (July 5th)
  • On July 12th, we will see a new play at the Stage
  • The colour vote results will be revealed on July 11th but tomorrow is the last day to vote

This is some very exciting stuff! We don’t quite have a date yet on when the Water Party will begin, but at least we can start getting our igloos and outfit ready from tomorrow. Thank you very much for reading!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Fireworks Begin

Fireworks have started appearing on Club Penguin Rewritten! Specifically, you will be able to see them at the Ski Hill, Beacon and the Iceberg!

These will be going on until July 5th and they’re a neat little addition to the game. The sky isn’t tinted but it’s still pretty cool, so be sure to check them out!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Rockhopper’s Adventures

It’s official! Rockhopper has begun waddling around the island! Stu uploaded a video yesterday, showing his first meet-up on the server Arctic. I was lucky enough to be able to meet him there too!

This meet-up reminded me of when I met Rockhopper for the first time and that was just by chance. It’s amazing how quickly a mascot can fill up the server and pretty nostalgic too!

By meeting him, you will obtain his stamp and be able to receive his background! Good luck catching him around the island, hopefully he will be on a few more times then mascots at the Music Jam.

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Water Party Coming in July

The Water Party from 2007 and 2008 will be July’s party on Club Penguin Rewritten!

Last night, the team uploaded a short teaser of the party and whilst it didn’t explicitly say the Water Party was returning, many penguins figured it out , including myself. As you can see below, the pictures in the episode perfectly match the official party!

This is some extremely exciting news and I’m glad to get the opportunity to experience this party as based on the pictures, it seems pretty fun, though we’re not yet sure how long the party will last!

Be sure to check back for the latest news and guides about Club Penguin Rewritten! Thank you for reading!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

Club Penguin Times Issue #17 – Summary

Issue 17 of the Club Penguin Rewritten newspaper has been published, containing some information about upcoming events, a look at the Music Jam and some details on Tour Guides and black puffles!

Firstly, the most exciting thing of each week’s newspaper…the upcoming events! Here’s a quick summary of what the newspaper has told us is coming soon:

  • The colour vote between lavender, maroon (go maroon!) and dark red begins tomorrow at the Dock (June 28th)
  • Rockhopper arrives on the island tomorrow, yay! (June 28th)
  • Fireworks will be visible on the island from the 1st of July to the 5th of July
  • A new pin will be hidden on the 5th of July and issue #18 will be published

Franky has complimented his fans, Aunt Arctic and Gary have explained some of the features of the game, the editor has talked about some secret rooms (eg. the iceberg) and some great art has been published. But to truly appreciate this, I would suggest reading the newspaper for yourself!

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres126