Talk Like a Pirate Day Critical Review!
2 reviews on the same day, what a treat! Everyone say a prayer for my poor finge…flippers! Anyways, this review won’t be that critical as it’s only a mini-event, and a pretty decent one at that. So let’s get this one underway!
This mini-event is purely to celebrate talk like a pirate day, one of the many days for pointless things. Regardless, the event we find on CP isn’t pointless. I’d even go as far to say that it’s more satisfying than The Descendants Party. A single decorated room which various pirate-themed objects and even a free item. Simplicity at its’ best, it allows for roleplaying opportunities and that’s about it. And that’s perfectly fine.
None! Simply log in and appreciate the simplistically pirate-themed room, collect the item if you haven’t already then either stay for some roleplaying or log out. It’s that simple!
This is the bit I most appreciated. Over the years, there has been a plethora of pirate-themed items – what with Rockhopper being a major mascot in the game. However, CP surprised most by re-re-releasing the Red Pirate Bandana. Not sure what’s so special about it? Well, it first released in December 2008 in a Rockhopper’s rare items catalogue. It then returned in June 2007, which is when Jimbobson first picked it up (one of his first head items after the Flower Headdress from the Summer Kick Off Party). It’s so old even my backup account, Jimbobson 2, doesn’t have it! A really nice touch from CP, I’m glad it’s back for a limited time.
Since Rockhopper is wadding around, players can of course receive a autographed background by meeting him. Oddly enough, the background he currently gives away is his 2013 Holiday background. A very weird choice by CP that was likely done by mistake, but here’s your chance to receive an almost 2-year old background if you haven’t already!
Rockhopper, of course! He has somehow returned to the island. This is the major complaint for this mini-event, the fact the Migrator didn’t return. Megg claims he used his small rowboat to get here, but we all know it’s just a rather poor attempt to cover up such a blatant plot-hole. I don’t think CP expected us to catch on..
Simplistic, yet effective. Contextually relevant. Not much in terms of animation, but still no complaints can be made what with it being a mini-event. Some floating barrels of cream soda would’ve been a good addition, but lets not get too critical here.
Overall a very nice mini-event that certainly has a added hint of old-CP. Nothing revolutionary or particularly interesting here, but that’s to be expected. I personally enjoyed it, as I have with most the mini-parties. Here’s to many more!
Random CP Fact #48: Rockhopper has given away a total of 8 autographed backgrounds, one behind Gary. There was a 9th that was available by receiving a code in real-life from Rockhopper (some guy in a Rockhopper costume at least) at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida from April – May 2009. Simply put, it’s very rare.
Until next time, Waddle on!
Posted on September 18, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged Club Penguin, club penguin 2007, club penguin 2009, club penguin 2013, club penguin 2014, club penguin 2015, Club Penguin Cheats, club penguin pirate, club penguin pirate bandana, club penguin red pirate bandana, Club Penguin Rockhopper, club penguin rockhopper background, club penguin talk like a pirate day, disney world resort, florida, talk like a pirate day. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.