Q&A – The Green Revolution!

Hello Ice Warriors!

Hope you have amazing day! We are back with our Q&A serie! Have you ever seen that one day in year everything turns green? If not, continue to read more about the Green Revolution and who in Club Penguins Armies stole the Irish clover!

Let’s start by finding if the Mystery Green Revolution aka St. Patrick’s Day is known by our server members!

Shinde: Do you know what is special in upcoming Wednesday?
Owl:
Uhh no i do not
Shinde: Have you heard about St. Patrick’s Day?
Owl: Yess!!!
Shinde: Do you know the story behind this day or any symbols that may be associated with it?
Owl: I dont know the history, but i do know some symbols!! Like a clover and the color green

Shinde: Do you know what is special in upcoming Wednesday?
Swirł: I do not. What’s happening on Wendsday?
Shinde: Have you heard about St. Patrick’s Day?
Swirł: OH!
Shinde: Do you know the story behind this day or any symbols that may be associated with it?
Swirł: I don’t

Saint Patrick’s Day (Irish: Lá Fhéile Pádraig), is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick – the foremost patron saint of Ireland. On this day it is customary to wear shamrocks, green clothing or green accessories. Saint Patrick is said to have used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish. Here you can get to know a little more about this famous man:

Okay. After we all know what St. Patrick’s Day is, let’s get know how people celebrate it. Which way will win – traditonal or modern one?

Shinde:
Hey there! The St. Patrick’s Day is coming! Would you like to share with me how do you celebrate it and maybe what will change in this year?
Saorise: Hey Shinde, I would love to! For St Patrick’s Day, the day normally starts off with watching the Dublin Parade on TV. We would then go to the pub with a few friends in the afternoon for a drink. After that, we would all go home to a roast leg of lamb, and trifle for dessert. In the evening, we would all watch a movie together with the fam and chill out really. This year unfortunately will be different, as pubs are closed, parade is cancelled and we aren’t able to meet anyone. We will still be eating loads of food and spending the day safely, inside and watching movies and enjoying what we have. Oh and eating taytos is a necessity :joy:
Shinde: Omg! Taytos for the win! Thank you so much :purple_heart:

Shinde: Hey there! The St. Patrick’s Day is coming! Would you like to share with me how do you celebrate it and maybe what will change in this year?
Minidynamo: We’re in a lockdown unfortunately so nothing will be open to Paddy’s day won’t be celebrated in true Irish fashion but the family and I have decided to take a random day trip around the coast to capture some nice pictures and get some food quality food, hoping the weather stays good for it at least aha. What about you?
Shinde: We don’t celebrate it here, unfortunately. Thank you for your answer!:purple_heart:

Shinde: Hey there! The St. Patrick’s Day is coming! Would you like to share with me how do you celebrate it and maybe what will change in this year?
Flamez: Every year I go to watch a parade with my family (the army, firemen etc) march through the town and them from about 1 in the day onwards we drink and listen to Irish music
Shinde:
That’s amazing. Thank you so much Flamez :purple_heart:

Here you can see how the parade looked like in Dublin 2013:

As you may know one of the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day symbol is the Irish Clover. We noticed that one army in our community is using this specific sign! What their members have to say about it?  (Note: This question is the humorous one and wasn’t created to offend someone. People who replied were informed about everything).

Shinde: We all in armies noticed that Army of Club Penguin is using the clover symbol. Can you explain to our readers why did ACP steel this symbol from poor Irish troops?!
FatChicken: Well, once upon a time, the first few ACP soldiers came upon a clover in the middle of the Snow Forts. They decided to split it up into pieces and each ate one piece. After they realized that the clover gave them super penguin powers, they began farming it and collecting clovers from all over the world in order to satisfy the needs of the constantly growing ACP population, and provide a food source to all soldiers of ACP! 😀
Shinde: Now we all know why ACP is growing so strong! Exposed!

Shinde: We all in armies noticed that Army of Club Penguin is using the clover symbol. Can you explain to our readers why did ACP steel this symbol from poor Irish troops?!
Tia: Well one day our penguins were waddling around the forest and we saw some weird green plants growing. We decided to touch them and BOOM we were given all the luck in the world to win every battle :elmo~1:

Seems like ACP stole much more than one clover! Here is the proof of them using clovers on their server:

Question for you dear readers – what is the difference between ACP’s clover and St. Patrick’s clover? Did you spot any? Give us the answer in the comment section!

That’s all guys! Hope you enjoyed reading this. Wear something green tomorrow and celebrate the Paddy’s Day! Remember to press EL on keyboard while waddling on Club Penguin Rewritten island! 

Much love and see you around, 

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