Club Penguin’s first Merry Walrus Party is here! Along with that Coins For Change has come!
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When you first log on to Club Penguin Merry Walrus will talk to you.
Ho Ho Ho! Merry Walrus! It’s my name and my catchphrase! Let’s celebrate new traditions this year with Coins For Change!
Every tradition you complete will send donations to the Coins For Change charity. Click on donation stations around the island to donate more and see the projects!
There are donation stations around the island, such as the Town and Plaza. You can click on them to donate. This year you can donate in 100, 1,000, and 10,000 coin amounts. Also, during this party any items you purchase from the Penguin Style will go towards Coins For Change. So if you buy a item from the clothing catalogue that costs 250 coins, 250 coins will go towards Coins For Change.
When you donate you will obtain the CFC 2014 Pin.
This party only has tasks ranging from today to December 21st. As of now you can celebrate the first Merry Walrus party with a free hat available to everyone, and you can decorate the tree at the Forest by throwing snowballs at it.
The tasks for December 19th, 20th, and 21st are not unlocked yet so we don’t know what they are. Each task will have a free item for everyone as well as a free item for members.
To decorate the tree, head to the Forest and throw snowballs. They will turn into ornaments.
Once that’s done you can collect your free items.
Also, slightly noteworthy: the Mall is back! It has replaced the Stage.
Here are the special party emotes:
My biggest complaint is that I wish Club Penguin decorated more rooms, especially for one of the biggest parties of the year. At past holiday parties Club Penguin decorated the entire island! This year they only decorated a few rooms. Heck, even the Cove wasn’t decorated. I would honestly prefer reused room decorations over no decorations at all. Plus past years had interaction, such as Santa’s Sleigh or the train ride. This year there is none of that. There’s no Ski Lodge decorations to get your photo taken with Santa (or this year, Merry Walrus) or anything like that. That aside though, the decorations we do have are great and the Merry Walrus storyline is fun. Happy Holidays and Merry Walrus everyone!
I will end my post with this final statement: this year’s Merry Walrus Party has less rooms decorated than the 2006 Christmas Party, which didn’t even have Coins For Change. This year there are 11 decorated rooms, 12 if you count the parade. The 2006 Christmas Party had 13 decorated rooms.
What are your thoughts on the party?
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