It has been around 8 months since we saw the EPF explode before our very eyes. Here were the scenes from the first day. Some penguins who were at the time called the Fire Brigade who arrived minutes later at the scene. Despite their best efforts, the fire ravaged the interior of the building and almost destroyed the internal structure. Fortunately, no penguins were hurt. Unfortunately, the EPF was greatly damaged, which would cost millions of pounds or dollars to repair.
The image above shows scenes of the EPF building on fire. Thanks a lot Herbert.
Below is a picture of the progress of the renovation of the EPF Building.
The above shows a Pizza counter, a desk with blueprints on it, a bog full of hardhats, more boxes and the phone logo on the ground. If you remember, the Everyday Phoning Facility banner was on the ground. It is now placed either on the building, or is resting on what looks like a ladder. Progress is being made!
Inside the building, progress is definitely being made. Wooden planks have been built in place across the walls of what I call, the Identification Area. You know when the room analyses you and stuff? Yeah, tha place just before you enter the EPF HQ.
However, entering the EPF HQ, the scene is almost exactly how we saw it during Operation Blackout. So either Herbert blew the place up real good, or there aren't enough builders to get through to the job.
In the old Club Penguin, it took more than a year to rebuild. Let us hope it doesn't take that long to rebuild this one.
But of course, the longest renovations will obviously be the ones that have the nicest renovations. So even if it takes a long time, we just have to wait.
Now, when is Pengur going to release?
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