The Star Wars Rebels Takeover begins in two weeks on the 22nd of January. In the meantime thanks to Pen50gi I now have lots of information to share with you guys and gals!
Club Penguin has released their first penguin style catalogue for 2015 at the Clothes Shop! This is the January 2015 Penguin Style. This month a majority of the styles are Star Wars Rebels related, as later this month on the 22nd of January the Star Wars Rebels Takeover will begin.
Along with Club Penguin’s big updates such as a new Penguin Style and updating the stage toady, there have also been some minor updates. They updated the postcards, the telescope, and their homepage. Last week there was also another minor update: pay day.
For the sixth time Club Penguin’s stage play “The Penguins That Time Forgot” is in production. This play was last at the stage a year ago in January 2014.
Two weeks has passed since Club Penguin released the Blue Crystal Puffle Pin so a new pin has been hidden on the island! The new pin is the Rebels Pin.
Club Penguin has released a new newspaper! This is their 8th of January edition. This is the second issue of 2015 and it brings us to a total of 481 published newspaper issues. The main headline is this week’s newspaper is about Coins For Change 2014 being a success.
On the 7th of January in Club Penguin History there has only been one update. That update occurred in 2011. Since it was the first Friday of the month a new clothing catalogue was released. Back then Club Penguin updated on Fridays instead of Thursdays.
Club Penguin is updating tonight. This is their second update week of 2015. This week contains a major amount of updates.
The header image on Club Penguin’s Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube profiles has been updated with sneak peek artwork of this month’s party, the Star Wars Rebels Takeover. It shows a few penguins in Star Wars Rebels gear, items we will likely see at the party.
On the 6th of January there have been two updates on Club Penguin. Both updates were in 2014. Both updates are posts on the Club Penguin Blog.
The results are in and have been posted to the blog! In 2014 a total of 26 billion coins were donated to Coins For Change – double the amount donated in 2013! Wow!