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  1. @MrWyoskyguy
    Here are the interview questions for my CPR post on SMAP. I hope you respond to these (answer in a reply to this comment). Thank you.
    1) When did you first join Club Penguin Rangers?
    2) Do you have any specific anecdotes during your leadership at CPR that you’d like to share with us?
    3) Who was the most influential CPR leader according to you?
    4) How was the post-2011 CPR different from the earlier eras?
    5) What can we learn from CPR’s story?
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    1. Long Reply, hopefully I covered everything. Contact me if you would like to interview Gostt as well. [Kik: DatMarcasss]
      1) When did you first join Club Penguin Rangers?
      I originally joined the Rangers in late 2010, left for a short period of time due to army related issues, and rejoined in early in 2011. In May of 2011, Red and Fish formally retired, leaving the leadership to myself and Gostt.
      2) Do you have any specific anecdotes during your leadership at CPR that you’d like to share with us
      During this leadership at the Club Penguin Rangers, I learned a lot of long-term planning skills, learning how to manage my owners, etc. This was a time when to get 1st [Yes, that’s First] you had to max a minimum of 20. The tenth position was averaging what the top 3 averages now.
      3) Who was the most influential CPR leader according to you
      Well, I would honestly say Red Destoyz or Ktman. Red Destoyz was one of the first soldiers Rangers, creating the site that you know and see today, and was a key figure throughout the 5+ years it was around.
      Ktman is a very different story, he lead Rangers to success in early years, and was a motivating figure for myself and Gostt. I remember very vividly, the week before Gostt and I lead Rangers to SMAC #1, threatening to merge us into my friend’s army, the Club Penguin Green Team.
      4) How was the post-2011 CPR different from the earlier eras?
      We had lost our, for lack of better words, mojo. We had lost a lot of our former soldiers, people who had been loyal to the Rangers for years. I had lost my connection and dedication to the army.
      5) What can we learn from CPR’s story?
      Multiple things, never give up on an army. Ktman did, and the next week we maxed higher than we ever had before. It is possible to successfully transfer an army from one leader to the next, if the leaders know what they’re doing. Of course, at the time, I was 13 years old and frankly didn’t know what was going on.

    2. Gostt:
      1) When did you first join Club Penguin Rangers?
      Ehhh maybe sometime early 2011? or sooner?
      2) Do you have any specific anecdotes during your leadership at CPR that you’d like to share with us?
      Well i remember working my ass off for Rangers to get noticed by somebody, getting a small army into a battle with things in a line, and winning, with out much help to get troops. I also remember wining some tournament against another army.
      3) Who was the most influential CPR leader according to you?
      Red
      4) How was the post-2011 CPR different from the earlier eras?
      We lost a lot of good troops
      5) What can we learn from CPR’s story?
      Fight to keep the name going

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