CP Rewritten: Rockhopper’s Rare Items & Background

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The Migrator has docked on Club Penguin Rewritten at the Beach! It contains a new selection of rare items but in order to explore the whole ship, you will need Rockhopper’s key.

If you’ve not already obtained the key, head to the Book Room and read the “Journal of Captain Rockhopper”. You will find the key on the last page so you can explore all the Migrator!

There’s a few items you can obtain by clicking the bottom right icon in the Ship Hold, such as a Stuffed Parrot! Along with this, Rockhopper has already started visiting the island.

He made an appearance yesterday and was tracked by the tracker, but will return again! Here is his new background which he is offering.

Good luck meeting Rockhopper if you haven’t already! Waddle on!

-Torres 126

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CP Rewritten: Rockhopper Arrives – December 2018

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The Migrator has docked on Club Penguin Rewritten at the Beach! It contains a new selection of rare items and the return of the noticeboard, but in order to access this, you will need Rockhopper’s key.

If you’ve not already obtained the key, head to the Book Room and read the “Journal of Captain Rockhopper”. You will find the key on the last page so you can explore all the Migrator!

Rockhopper’s Rare Items have been updated for this month, and can be found by clicking the bottom right icon at the Ship Hold!

Everyone can receive the Coins for Change background for free, which looks really cool, but there are no secrets in this catalog. You can then proceed into the Captain’s Hold! The Notice Board has also been updated, themed with Christmas.

From the notice board, it seems like we’re going to get this design where the coins increase over time for the Beacon and Lighthouse during this Christmas Party, but this is not confirmed.

This was a really nice touch, where the coins would gradually fill the Lighthouse!

Talking of coins, Coins for Change has returned! You can donate in the Captain’s Quarters, and you’ll also be able to play Treasure Hunt there. If you donate, you will receive the Coins for Change 2018 Pin.

There’s a whole load of Christmas and Holiday decorations all around the ship too!

That concludes everything on the Migrator, though there are many cool decorations across the ship to explore! Rockhopper is confirmed to be visiting this month, and you can view a tracker for him here.

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Rockhopper Docks for The Fair

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Rockhopper has docked for The Fair, bringing Treasure Hunt and a whole lot of new items with him!

If you head to the Beach and then board his ship and enter the Ship Hold, click the bottom right of your screen and a variety of items will appear, including a free Squid Lid!

To get his secret key to proceed to the Captain’s Quarters, head to the Book Room, click the bookshelf, open the Journal of Captain Rockhopper, flick to the last page and then click his key to obtain it!

Also, unlike usual, a noticeboard can be found in the Captain’s Quarters, which is really cool! Here’s what it says.

Regarding Treasure Hunt, it can be played right now, but the stamps still aren’t fully working. The team have said that it’ll be fixed soon though!

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Island Adventure Construction & Migrator

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Avast! The Migrator has docked on Club Penguin Rewritten at the Beach, and construction for the Island Adventure Party which starts later this month has also begun!

If you head over to the Beach, you’ll find lots of plants, as well as have the opportunity to enter the Migrator (which is also filled with plants).

If you’ve not already obtained the key, head to the Book Room and read the “Journal of Captain Rockhopper”. You will find the key on the last page so you can explore all the Migrator.

In the store of the Migrator too, a new selection of Rockhopper’s Rare Items is now available! There is one free background, the Overgrown Ship Background, and three other furniture items for sale.

Also, Rockhopper is confirmed to be visiting the island whilst his ship is docked. You can check the tracker here but along with this, Lataus (a staff member) just confirmed the details about his visit.

He confirmed that that Rockhopper is as equally likely to visit at any point of his time docked.

Good luck meeting Rockhopper! I’m really excited for the Island Adventure Party later this month, thank you very much for reading!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Rockhopper’s Rare Items Migrator – May 2018

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The Migrator has docked on Club Penguin Rewritten at the Beach! It contains a new selection of rare items and the return of the noticeboard, but in order to access this, you will need Rockhopper’s key.

If you’ve not already obtained the key, head to the Book Room and read the “Journal of Captain Rockhopper”. You will find the key on the last page so you can explore all the Migrator!

Rockhopper’s Rare Items have been updated for this month, and can be found by clicking the bottom right icon at the Ship Hold!

Everyone can receive a pair of Pirate Boots for free, or purchase the Tricorn Hat for 250 coins or the Sailor’s Shirt for 150 coins! There is also a furniture item which is the Porthole, and they cost 160 coins each. There are no secrets here.

Along with this, the Notice Board has returned, but sadly you can’t view anything. There haven’t been any noticeable updates to this area either.

Treasure Hunt has not been added yet, however the team revealed that they are working on adding it! It isn’t exactly confirmed whether it will mean that we can play Treasure Hunt whilst the Migrator is currently docked, or if we will have to wait a few months.

That concludes everything on the Migrator, though there are many cool decorations across the ship to explore! Since the Migrator is docked, Rockhopper will also be visiting the island, and you can view a tracker for him here.

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126