Is Rockhopper Island Real?
For years now penguins from around the island have been going on about a place called Rockhopper Island. Some of you may know what it is and some don’t. But the main thing is, is it real? Well I did some deep research into information about the island and its history and I also tried to find out. Is it real!?
Rockhopper Island is Rockhopper’s private island, where he finds rare items to bring back to Club Penguin. According to Rockhopper, it’s a small island with clean water and fruit trees. It is also the native land of red puffles. It seems to be much warmer than Club Penguin Island, because of it’s tropical flora.
The location of Rockhopper Island is unknown to everyone, although he has given away many maps that may show how to get to it. This has been a running “gag” that the location and exact details of Rockhopper island are unknown. There has been a debate about if Rockhopper Island is ever going to be revealed.
According to The Journal of Captain Rockhopper, Rockhopper Island is warmer than Club Penguin Island, and it has lots of clean water. Also, in the Captain’s Quarters, there is sand. There is no real sand in Club Penguin, so he must have been able to get sand on Rockhopper Island. In some items Rockhopper sells in the Ship Hold, there is sand and other items. For instance the deserted island item has sand, shells, and a palm tree.
Unlike Club Penguin Island, the main species in Rockhopper Island seems to be red puffles, instead of penguins. The only penguin living on this island is Rockhopper himself. Other animals include clams and scallops.
The flora of Rockhopper Island includes fruit trees. And when Rockhopper opened his Captain’s Quarters, he had trees and sand inside. In the book, Christmas on Rockhopper Island, Rockhopper trekked through a jungle with many flowers not native to Club Penguin Island.
Rockhopper stores his treasure in a cave near Rockhopper Island called Rockhopper Cave. Rockhopper cave is said to be connected to a large volcano.
Rockhopper Cave is a cave in which Rockhopper stores his treasure. He first revealed it to penguins in a book called “Christmas on Rockhopper Island”. The cave is partially connected to a volcano mountain near Rockhopper Island.
But is it real, I hear you say. Well no one knows. So I emailed club penguin to see what they would say about it and this is what they said:
“Rockhopper Island is indeed a popular subject lately, as so many penguins want to see it for themselves. We don’t actually know where it is, only Rockhopper does, and he’s not telling anyone. I suspect he wants to keep his treasure stores a secret, and won’t take us there until there’s no other reason not to.”
So my next question is, will WE ever get to go there?
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