CP Rewritten: Red Nose Day Event

Red Nose Day is this Friday, which is a day well-known in the United Kingdom dedicated to raising money for charity!

Club Penguin Rewritten is going to be taking part this year too, with a charity livestream where you can donate money to receive a Treasure Book code. Please have a parent or guardian donate if you wish to do so.

Along with this, a third Devcast will be taking place on March 14th at 9PM GMT (or 2PM PST) with the team! This will be the time where the charity donation system will be set up, similar to the previous charity livestream.

Furthermore, on March 14th, there’ll be a free Red Nose Day item available in-game in celebration. Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

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CP Rewritten: Devcast #2 – Charity Stream

Hi everyone,

Update: It is now too late to donate for a code – over £1845 was raised and the Club Penguin Rewritten team are donating £300 as well, meaning over £2145 was raised, which is amazing!

Devcast is now live, and it’s a special charity stream in which the Club Penguin Rewritten team are raising money for Make a Wish! Screenhog is also a special guest for the stream, and you can watch it here.
Update: The stream has now ended – at the time of the stream ending, £1200 was raised during it, and £300 will be donated by the team, which is awesome! It’s well worth a watch, it was very interesting! You can also donate until 22:30 BST tomorrow (as of the time of writing), but please have a parent do so if you wish to. No news was revealed in it, so there won’t be a highlights post, but a lot of interesting stories were shared. 🙂

You can learn about donations here. Please have a parent or guardian donate for you if you wish to do so.

There’ll be a recap of the things confirmed in the stream afterwards, but for now, there’ll be plenty of fun things, so enjoy watching!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Treasure Book Available Tomorrow

The Treasure Book is going to be coming to Club Penguin Rewritten tomorrow during the Devcast stream!

The stream is going to start at 1PM PST tomorrow, but I’ll make a post on it when it’s released and recap the highlights. Screenhog is joining the stream too which is amazing! The team also gave the following sneak peek of the book:

In terms of how you can redeem it, that requires paying money to the Club Penguin Rewritten team who will then forward all money to Make-a-Wish. Donation will also be open 24 hours after the stream. You’ll then receive 3 items:

To get a code all you have to do is donate £5 or more to Make a Wish during the stream and we will send you a postcard with your code. You won’t get a code if you donate before the stream.

For those who are unable to donate, don’t worry as there are going to be more chances in the future to get access to the treasure book, we’ll also have some smaller prizes if we reach certain donation goals. There’s much more to tell, but we’ll reveal that information closer to the livestream.

-Joee, Club Penguin Rewritten administrator

Although this is a really cool way to raise money for a great cause, I can’t stress enough, please always get your parents/guardians to donate – not yourselfAlthough there’ll be future opportunities to get items from the Treasure Book without donating, seriously please bare in mind you need to be eighteen or over to operate a PayPal account, so that likely might mean needing your parents/guardians to donate for you if you wish to do so.

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Charity Stream with Screenhog

Some very exciting news has been released regarding the net Club Penguin Rewritten Devcast podcast this month!

It will be a charity livestream, meaning that the team will be donating some of their ad revenue to “Make a Wish”, and there’ll also be an option for community members to donate! Along with this, Screenhog (the first artist on classic Club Penguin) will be making an appearance!

We’ll have the opportunity to ask Screenhog (and the CPR team) questions, and even request a music piece to be played, similar to his videos! This will all be occurring on October 24th, Club Penguin’s 13th anniversary, at 9PM BST.

I’ll be sure to keep you updated with any information, including a post when the podcast is live! Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Devcast Logo Revealed

Some more news has been revealed about the podcast that was mentioned a few days ago, which will be broadcasting on YouTube this weekend!

The name has now been confirmed to be Devcast and the logo for the podcast has also been revealed.

For more information though, I’d recommend checking out this post here. Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Podcast to Occur this Weekend

An interesting idea has been proposed by the Club Penguin Rewritten team, which will offer a unique way to interact with the community!

The team have decided to host a podcast on YouTube this weekend, and it’ll feature a whole load of stuff from questions to teasers! Here’s what was announced:

I’ll be doing a podcast with Hagrid, RogerDan and hopefully some more staff members over the weekend (22nd or 23rd).

Ask us questions about CP Rewritten, see behind the scenes, earn some rewards for joining in, and more. Link will be tweeted when we’re live.

-stu, Club Penguin Rewritten administrator

This sounds like a fantastic idea, but the team have highlighted some of the things which will be in the podcast that will be uploaded to YouTube:

  • Questions
  • Rewards (not items)
  • Challenges
  • “Maybe some teasers”

Currently, they have asked for questions which can be tweeted to them if you’re over the age of 12 and on Twitter. However, the team also said the following:

We wanted to do something that can get the community really involved

We hope to be doing some challenges (and) stuff as well, maybe some small community events

-RogerDan, Club Penguin Rewritten moderator

This sounds really exciting, and I’ll be keeping you updated here, along with anything that gets revealed during the podcast!

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126