Tipping The Ice Berg: Discovering the Truth!


Hello Penguins,

Ever since the Iceberg debuted on Club Penguin, penguins have tried endlessly to prove that the Iceberg can indeed tip. From a rare catalog to coins, penguins have also tried to predict the reward for doing so, that is if there was any in the first place...

In September 2009, Club Penguin held a Penguin Tales contest. Penguins around the globe submitted short stories for the chance of having their work featured. One of the lucky winners, Chewdr, wrote a piece about tipping the Iceberg.


To give a quick recap, tipping the Iceberg in the narrative was a matter of turning blue, dancing, and wearing a hard helmet to drill the iceberg. In the images, this was depicted to be the left side of the ice structure.


We also got some hints on tipping the Iceberg during some of the PSA Missions. During Questions for a Crab, we learn that Herbert came to the island via an Iceberg, which tipped half way, by which when he went on to land, his method of transport had floated away, Could this be what is now known as the Iceberg?




In Operation Spy & Seek, we overhear conversations between Herbert and Klutzy. In those, we hear Herbert saying that, assuming the Iceberg is being discussed, was easily tipped by him. He went on to wonder why we penguins were having trouble doing just that. Who knows!


Back in March 2015 during the Puffle Party, the Lodge Attic got renovated. In the renovation, a painting was included on the far left wall which showed the Iceberg tipped on an angle, with a UFO above. Was this foreshadowing an upcoming party, or something more conspicuous?


Fast forward to now, we've now discovered the mystery of tipping the Iceberg. Oner thing that still remains a mystery: After all this time, was the story, the missions, and the painting telling us a secret? Was there another, much harder way of tipping the berg? Was one in the production?


What are your thoughts on this? Let me know in the comments below!

-Tomisino1

Tomisino1

Tomisino1 is a passionate blogger of Club Penguin and Club Penguin Island since 2015 with over five years worth of experience throughout the game. Make sure to wave a flipper if you see him on our snowy island!

2 comments:

  1. I would have kept the old lodge Attic!

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    1. I do miss it! However, that would mean one less theory in this post; Unless they put in another elsewhere... 😊

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