acp on club penguin bill

Clause 1

Once in effect, this bill shall prevent all armies, agencies, and any other militant groups, from invading or declaring war on another army or militant group, unless the invading army owns at least two servers of their own.  If such a group does invade or declare war on another army or militant group, their action shall be discredited by the armies represented in The Club Penguin Army Council and their fellow armies alike.  Any army or militant group owning at least two servers is exempt from this restriction and may invade wherever they choose.

Clause 2

If an army or militant group owning at least two servers has all of their servers legitimately conquered by the opposing army or militant group, they must either surrender to the opposing army or militant group, or they shall be required to either re-invade one of their servers which was taken from them, or to claim an unoccupied server through a legitimate invasion, in order for the war to continue.

Clause 3

Any army or militant group which does not own any servers is free to invade a server for their own nation, provided that the server is not already owned by another army or militant group (see Clause 1), and that the army or militant group carries out a legitimate invasion (see Clause 4).

Clause 4

Legitimate invasions shall be defined as: an invasion of an occupied server, provided that the invading army already has servers of their own (see Clause 1), and the information about the invasion is posted publicly on the army or militant group’s blog 24 hours prior to the invasion; or an invasion of an unoccupied server, provided that the information about the invasion is posted publicly on the army of miltant group’s blog 24 hours prior to the invasion

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