Christmas Chaos XIII: Quarter Finals Results

After a bustling and heated-up weekend of battles, the Quarter-Finals of Christmas Chaos XIII concluded. Only four armies were able to make their way to the Semi-Finals. Let us take a closer look at those clashes.

The Quarter-Finals of Christmas Chaos XIII took place this weekend, with a total of four battles. On the 9th of December, the Help Force went against the Water Vikings in an intense combat. A few minutes later, the community witnessed an outstanding and very close battle between the Rebel Penguin Federation and the Templars. Let us now analyze the details of each battle.

Help Force vs. Water Vikings

The Quarter-Finals commenced with a close fight between the Helpers and the Vikings, as both armies’ sizes were almost equal throughout the entire battle. Overall, the Water Vikings were able to outperform their opponents, by showcasing neater and more creative formations, and a better troop-to-tactic ratio. Additionally, the Vikings took advantage of the moments when the Helpers were seen as smaller and doing ineffective movements. Therefore, the Water Vikings were deemed as the victors with an impressive 3-0-0 score, exceeding the community’s predictions. Had the Helpers presented a faster performance and better formations, they would have been able to turn the tables.

Winner: Water Vikings

Christmas Chaos XIII WV vs HF

WV vs. HF – Room 3

Rebel Penguin Federation vs. Templars

Another intense battle took place yesterday. This time, an even closer battle. Minutes before it began, the Knights had an advantage of more than 10 penguins, reaching an incredible peak size of 43 penguins online. However, once the battle officially started, sizes in the first room dropped to 34-30, with TCP still holding a slight advantage. Because of the close sizes and performance, the first two rooms were deemed a tie, with no clear dominant army.  Nonetheless, the Rebels managed to turn the tides halfway to the end, holding an advantage of approximately eight penguins, approximately. In the last room, the Rebels woke up and used their size to their advantage, completely covering the Knights with faster tactics and a better choice of formations. In the face of these factors, the Rebel Penguin Federation was considered the winner of the battle, with a surprising 1-2-0 score.

Winner: Rebel Penguin Federation

Christmas Chaos XIII RPF vs TCP

RPF covering TCP in an L formation – Room 2

Army of Club Penguin vs. People’s Imperial Confederation

The second day of battles began with the Clovers facing off their allies, the Confederates. Reaching a max size of 35 penguins online, ACP successfully advanced to the next round of Christmas Chaos, due to PIC not showing up to the battle.

Winner: Army of Club Penguin

Christmas Chaos XIII ACP vs PIC

ACP Performing an Inverted Psi Formation

Elite Guardians of Club Penguin vs. Special Weapons and Tactics

Once again, the former scenario repeated itself. With a huge size of 47 penguins online, the Guardians saw no resistance from the Agents, as the latter did not show up to the battle. Therefore, the Elite Guardians will face the Rebel Penguin Federation in the Semi-Finals round.

Winner: Elite Guardians of Club Penguin

Christmas Chaos XIII EGCP vs SWAT

EGCP doing an X formation in Room 1

With two intense battles and two not-so-intense clashes, the Quarter-Finals of Christmas Chaos XIII met its end. Let us now await the exciting Semi-Finals that will take place this next weekend. We, at Club Penguin Armies, congratulate all the winning armies! Good effort for those who participated in the tournament. Which armies do you think will make their way to the Finals? What are YOUR thoughts on the Round Two battles?

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One Response

  1. AhsokaTano24 December 11, 2023 (1:25 am)

    Congrats to RPF, EGCP and ACP.

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