The Merry Walrus is waddling around Club Penguin Island for the first time ever! He’s just like any other mascot – you can add him as a buddy and collect his free background. He’s also different – he’s HUGE when he’s waddling around the island.
Anyways, you can catch the Merry Walrus on Club Penguin at the following times:
Friday, December 19
* 3:30pm on the server Jack Frost
Saturday, December 20
* 8:45am on the server Mammoth
* 2:30pm on the server Northern Lights
Sunday, December 21
* 9:30am on the server Sherbet
* 12:30pm on the server Crystal
* 5:30pm on the server Wool Socks
Monday, December 22
* 8:45am on the server Rainbow
* 3:30pm on the server Chinook
* 5:30pm on the server Sled
Tuesday, December 23
* 12:30pm on the server Mittens
* 3:30pm on the server Iceland
Wednesday, December 24
* 8:45am on the server Frosty
* 12:30pm on the server Crystal
The times above are in Penguin Standard Time (PST). To find out what time it is in Penguin Stand Time, just head on over to the Clock Tower at the Snow Forts.
Have you met the Merry Walrus yet? Let us know by dropping a comment below.
Update: After reading a couple of comments, i’ve noticed some confusion. This post was made just for extra donation. I’ve donated 10,000 so far and will continue to donate even more.
It’s that time of the year again where we help society and the environment around us. Coins For Change 2014 will help build schools, libraries, playgrounds, animals, and homes.
With that said, for each comment or share I get on this post, I will donate 1,000 coins to the Coins for Change project. Now tell me, are you enjoying the party so far? What’s one thing they should have added/changed? Have you contributed to the Coins for Change foundation yet? Let me know down below!
Coins Donated So Far: 6,000 out of 20,000 goal.
Merry Walrus has arrived to Club Penguin just in time for the Holidays! When you first lot onto the island Merry Walrus will talk to you and introduce himself:
HO HO HO! Merry Walrus! It’s my name and my catchphrase! Let’s celebrate new tradition 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!
You heard him! To get started click on the crystal puffle badge (located in the top-right corner of your screen). Here you can collect free items by completing each tradition like Merry Walrus explained.
More traditions will be unlocked as the party progresses but for now head over to the Forest and throw snowballs at the tree to decorate it.
Once you’ve decorated the tree with at least 7 ornaments click on the crystal puffle badge to collect your FREE items and donate 500 coins to Coins for Change.
There are also a few new festive emotes. Check ‘em out below!
Oh! And the Mall is back! Look at how pretty it looks!
Aaaandd… yea. That’s all there is to this year’s Holiday Party. However, as the party progresses you’ll be able to collect more items and even adopt a crystal puffle! How cool is that?
So what do you think? Drop a comment and let us know your thoughts! If you ask me, eh, it’s alright…
Coins for Change 2014 kicks off today and YOU can help the community by raising money, donating virtual coins and unlocking projects. Simply log onto Club Penguin and waddle to the nearest Coins for Change booth to donate your coins. No matter how much you donate, everyone will receive a Coins for Change 2014 pin! Check it out:
So what are you waiting for? Head over to Club Penguin and get donating! Let’s make a change for better
It’s Thursday and you know what that means… new issue of the Club Penguin Times! In this week’s issue Aunt Arctic introduces Merry Walrus and talks about what to do during the first Merry Walrus Party.
Gary the Gadget Guy talks about Merry Walrus’ incredible sleigh describing it as a “marvel of aerodynamics.” Gary’s explosive SkySled 1000 doesn’t compare! But how much coins can it hold?
And of course, last but not least this month’s upcoming events! Come back Dec. 19 for the Festive Fluffy Feast Fight and Dec. 21 for the blue crystal scavenger hunt.
Oh! And don’t forget to pick up the latest Merry Walrus pin at the Ski Hill while you still can!