Penguin Activation Bug (AKA The End)

It was Wednesday night. All was quiet and well in the Club Penguin Twitter community. Wrong. Once Club Penguin did their normal updates, penguins started logging in, and they noticed something abnormal. This thing appeared.

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Everyone freaked out. They had one hour until their beloved penguin accounts were deleted, even if they activated their accounts years ago. And the worst part was, they couldn’t express their feelings about it either.

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The community was in ruins. Penguins protested to Club Penguin, and others blogged about the mess as I am now. What do you think? Can we band together to save Club Penguin from destruction? More news soon!

Ninja on… until we die.

UPDATE: Polo Field has tweeted the following to help ease our pain.

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