Welcome to the History Page of the Rebel Penguin Federation and Rebel Federation. This page is not completely finished as our time of active duty is still progressing. Thank You.
A generation is a period of time in the army where the operations of the army remain relatively consistent. Generations usually last for a few months, and typically tend to loosely revolve around the leadership cycles by nature.
An era is a period of time where the army undergoes significant changes. Eras usually consist of multiple generations, although they are not required to—some eras are only one generation! Eras typically last for several months, if not longer.
An age is a much longer period of time where the army’s culture remains consistent. Ages last for a few years and consist of several eras. When the culture of the army changes (when there are little to no active troops remaining from the previous era), a new age begins.
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— The First Age —
May 2007 – March 2011
The Golden Era
Generation I (May 2007 – April 2008)
During World War III, Commando717, a high-ranking officer in the Underground Mafias Army, led a rebellion against the UMA. Once the war was over and UMA destroyed, the rebellion remained intact and became the army we all know: the Rebel Penguin Federation. The army remained a superpower alongside the Army of Club Penguin and others in the coming months. As the Tundra Wars began, the RPF showed their dominance and resilience, which kept them revered in the eyes of the budding army community. This led to the creation of army nations and server borders, where Commando and other major army leaders met to discuss server rights. In foresight at the time, this would ease tensions among other armies. In hindsight, it led to many more conflicts to come.
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The New Challenge
Generation II (April 2008 – December 2008)
Once Commando retired, Kg007 took over as the leader. After a couple of months, Kg defected to the ACP, damaging the RPF and destroying an alliance and friendship between the two armies. After scrambling to find a new leader, Ziehen, the RPF’s Air Force General, took command.
LEADERS: Kg007, Ziehen
Generation III (January 2009 – April 2009)
Formerly “Commando’s Second Reign”
Commando returned after Ziehen’s term came to an end, winning the leadership elections by a landslide. In doing so, he shot the army back up to recognizable numbers. With that power, he led the campaign in the detestation of the ACP. This would spread throughout the community.
Generation IV (April 2009 – November 2009)
Formerly “High Hopes, Low Troop Counts”
Once again, Commando retires from the leadership for good. Kyle Cease becomes the leader, with his 2ic Furbur27 doing all the work. A conflict with the rebuilding UMA sprouted, and a rebellion commenced within the RPF. This left the army in shambles, and KC and Furbur retire, further damaging the RPF. Fiasco121 and Oberst543 take over, becoming the first duo leadership in RPF, and they do their best to preserve the Federation.
LEADERS: Kyle Cease, Furbur27, Fiasco121, Oberst543, & several others who were not significant.
The Roller Coaster Era
Generation V (November 2009 – July 2010)
Fiasco and Oberst failed to preserve the Federation, and Oberst makes the executive decision to shut the RPF down. Following this, Commando returns to try to branch the troops of the RPF into other games. This led to Rebel Federation. After some time, RF went on the back burner for Commando and shut down. Karakoran reopened the RPF. Unknowing of this, Sergie opened another RPF. Eventually, the two merged their armies together. This led to a good increase in numbers for the army and reintroduction into the CPAC Top 10. Ziehen returned as leader. With Kara’s temporary retirement, the RPF dropped yet again, with many leaders coming in and out. The army was small and weak, but nowhere near shutting down again.
LEADERS: Karakoran, Sergie717, Omega39, Ziehen, Stev712, Casiusbrutus, Mat (Dragonninja0), Elitesof
Ashes to Ashes
Generation VI (July 2010 – March 2011)
Formerly “Ashes Era” & “Falling Again”
Kara returns as a leader, with Ashes1627 leading alongside him. RPF sizes shot back up, reappearing in the Top 10. The RPF regained confidence, especially when war broke out against the Ice Warriors. The RPF showed promise and aggressiveness like that of their predecessors in the first two eras and came out of the war victorious. “To the victor, go the spoils,” and the spoils included laziness and cockiness. To make matters worse, life interfered in the leadership of Ashes. He retires as a result, which affects the rest of the army, yet again. Chapa23 took over with Kara, who was on the verge of retiring once again, with his inactivity. RPF fell, and it seemed doomed from ever returning and being a threat in the community again.
LEADERS: Karakoran, Ashes1627, Chapa23
The Second Age
March 2011 – April 2013
RPF is Manager Now
Generation VII (March 2011 – February 2012)
Cewan appears on chat to see ATM 23 and Term chatting about nothing. ATM convinces Cewan to become active again so the trio plot a coup d’etat of the RPF leadership. The coup never takes place, as the trio instead confronted the leadership to peacefully ask them to step down. Karakoran and Chapa23 agreed, choosing to transfer leadership of the USRPF Government & Military to Cewan in what is considered one of the most significant events in RPF history. Cewan names ATM 23 his 2nd in Command and the RPF once again shoots up the Top 10. However, an RPF Council is formed by various RPF veterans, lead by Ashes1627 and Commando717. This council consistently plotted, targeted, and interfered with the RPF leadership, almost spoiling everything. On top of that, an RPF Black Operations team also lead by Ashes1627 was also formed and operated in secret. This Black Ops team had files on all members of the RPF leadership, constantly looking for dirt on them to remove them from leadership. Eventually, Cewan had enough of it and retired.
Cewan approached ATM 23 on the night of his retirement to transfer leadership to him to avoid an election that would stall events and stifle RPF’s progress. Certain he was not ready to be a leader, and at the dismay of various troops begging him to take up the mantle, ATM 23 refused the transfer of leadership. Super Paco24 won the elections and was named President and Leader of the USRPF, thanks to the rigorous campaigning of his friend, ATM 23. RPF did well, staying in the lower ranks of the Top 10 but ultimately suffered from an inactive and unmotivated leader, who could often be found anywhere but RPF chat, even during events. Previously having refused leadership, ATM 23 found himself in an unofficial leadership role under the official title of 2ic, which he was not fond of. SuperPaco24 eventually chose to retire from the leadership but chose to stay active in all of the other armies he was in.
Again refusing leadership, another election was held. This time, a newly returned veteran ran for leader and ended up winning. Former RPF leader, Ziehen, gained control of the USRPF. This RPF was a different RPF and did not stay in the CPAC Top 10, never making it there once. However, this was not for lack of trying. This leadership was also plagued with coup attempts and rebellions. ARC, formed by SuperPaco24 and ATM 23 was a notable rebellion against corrupt RPF veterans. ATM 23 had quit the army, rejoined as a member rank, then rose through the ranks in what is considered unprecedented time. Ziehen eventually retired.
Elections were held once again and ATM 23 reluctantly decided to run because there was no one else fit for the job. Considered very blunt, brash, and extremely demanding, his demeanor turned some people off and he almost lost the election to RedGush24. Every voter in this election was considered a swing vote. In the end, by an 11 to 4 vote, the victor was ATM 23. The army was stable but not good enough for the leader’s expectations. ATM 23 approached SuperPaco24 to rejoin as his co-leader to help motivate the army. However, with ATM’s ideas traditional yet radical, his troops turned on him and planned to remove him from leadership. Hearing of this news, he chose to quit the army immediately, waiving a proper retirement. SuperPaco24 chose to retire from the RPF once again a few days later.
LEADER: Cewan, Super Paco24, Ziehen, ATM 23, Super Paco24 (x2)
The Dark Times
Generation VIII (February 2012 – April 2013)
The leadership of the army was being transferred back and forth to various people. Basically, anyone who wanted it got it at this point. While ATM 23 was named the 19th leader of a merely 4-year old USRPF, within months RPF had their 60th leader.
After Tal merged RPF back into the UMA, ATM 23 and Casiusbrutus stepped in and forcibly removed Tal from leadership. Elections were held and Casiusbrutus was named the leader of the USPRF due to the rigorous campaigning and support from ATM 23. However, Casiusbrutus proved to be quite unfit for RPF, as they fell fairly hard and far. Various other became leader during this time but RPF did nothing but fall.
Cewan turned up one day and he and ATM 23 both began to come back to the RPF for the fun of it. RPF shot up the Top 10 and many Club Penguin Army “All-Stars” as well as RPF Veterans rejoined for what is considered one last hurrah of the classic RPF. This leadership only lasted one month as life came knocking once again. A fight broke out between Cewan and ATM 23 on chat and Cewan promptly retired for the second and final time. ATM 23 once again quit for the final time, waiving another chance at a proper retirement.
LEADERS: NP3000, Ghjkrs147, Talyor455, Hurricanex1, Tymatt, Wgfv, Roberto, Jerry, Shadowclub6, Casiusbrutus, Alex N, Qwerty, Kevin, Djgtjvgyhxgy, Cewan, Mat, Beast, Step, Ziro, Kevin, Daisy, Lord Pain, Joee, Hurricanex1, Qwerty, and many others who were insignificant.
— The Third Age —
April 2013 – March 2017
Generation XVI (April 2013 – February 2014)
In May 2013, RPF legends Elmikey & Commando rejoined the army. The rise that followed was one of the greatest in the history of RPF and armies. The rebellion went on to take part in a massive war with the Nachos, as well as win the Legends Cup and Christmas Chaos tournaments.
LEADERS: Red Gush24, Elmikey, Djgtjvgyhxgy, Sir Pj, Lord Pain, Snaily5, Flappy112, 78562cool, Lilstar, Abhinav54321, Silverburg
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Generation XVII (February 2014 – June 2014)
In February 2014, Elmikey left the RPF and a new leadership was promoted consisting of Silverburg, Lilstar, Sir PJ and Ultipenguinj. The US and UK divisions of the army tanked and the AUSIA thrived, but later the whole army came to a grinding halt.
LEADERS: Lilstar, Silverburg, Ultipenguinj, Tanner
Generation XVIII (June 2014 – August 2014)
Once RPF hit SMAP, Mr Waffle45 and Taibhse were promoted to leader. This generation was plagued with disputes with veterans, poor sizes, and constant switches in leadership.
LEADERS: Mr Waffle 45, Luis, Bquik, Vdmman (Blake), Katty, Skyblue36, Elitesof
Mr Waffle 45
Generation XIX (August 2014 – October 2014)
Elmikey and Silverburg left the Dark Warriors and rejoined the RPF with permission from Commando. They were unable to lead due to constant DDoS attacks but RPF still had success. Silverburg eventually left the RPF and Elmikey was controversially fired.
LEADERS: Elmikey, Tompenguin6, Silverburg, Sir Pj, Freezie66, Tacodaily, Lord Pain, Red Gush24
Generation XX (November 2014 – March 2015)
After Elmikey and Silverburg were gone, the RPF experienced a massive drop. Despite a good Christmas Chaos run, the RPF would not be able to recover and would eventually be shut down.
LEADERS: Red Gush24, Abhinav4321, Ayush, Bolt, Starvsblack2, NicWin100
Mr Waffle 45
RPF Victory Returns
Generation XXI (March 2015 – August 2015)
After the RPF was shut down, Elmikey and Silverburg broke their way back into the RPF and revived it, marking the beginning of RPF’s third golden age. RPF would declare war on the Light Troops and have a war that lasted over a month, resulting in the shutdown of the Light Troops. RPF would get number 1 on the CPAC Top Ten for the first time in over a year. The success RPF was having would continue as the RPF declared war on the ACP and Nachos and fought two enemies at once, winning every single battle. RPF would soon turn their focus to the Legends Cup, where the Rebels triumphed over the Pretzels, ACP and eventually the Water Vikings as the RPF won their second ever Legends Cup. Soon after this event, Silverburg would retire and Elmikey would follow suit, resulting in the end of the RPF Victory Returns era. RPF’s numbers would soon plummet.
LEADERS: Silverburg, Elmikey
The Chaos Era
Generation XXII (August 2015 – February 2016)
Formerly “RPF Legacy”
Elmikey and Silverburg retire, leaving RPF in the hands of Twitchy543. However, the army is right in the middle of one of the largest wars its seen since the RPF Victory era: the New Dawn Alliance vs. the Water Vikings. Twitchy struggles to bear the weight left on his shoulders by the legendary duo, but he manages to pull through and win the war with the help of his allies. Elmikey and Silverburg rejoin after the war, only to leave again a few weeks later, this time leaving Clout in charge of the army. She struggles the worst, drawing RPF into a war against the Nachos and another war against the Army Republic, losing both of those wars. Twitchy convinces her to leave the leadership and takes over the army. He is later joined by Elmikey, Skyblue36, and Tompenguin6. The army rises to its former heights and later wins the Christmas Chaos. Xxtoysoldier, Drake, and Freezie66 join the RPF soon after the Christmas Chaos victory. With the help of bot scripts, they achieve monstrous success, but they are soon controversially removed by Elmikey. This caused Toy and Drake to deface the RPF site and bring RPF recruits into their new army. The RPF was left with nothing.
LEADERS: Twitchy543, Robot, Elmikey, Silverburg, Clout, Skyblue36, Tompenguin6
The Championship Era
Generation XXIII (February 2016 – September 2016)
Formerly “RPF Owns”
After the deface, Luis becomes RPF Leader. Silverburg rejoins in April and RPF sees excellent sizes including 60+ at Operation Full Tuxedo. The Summer proves to be even more successful as RPF wins the Legends Cup and dominates the Server Map.
LEADERS: Elmikey, Luis, Silverburg, Clout, Ghost, TurkandJD
Generation XXIV (September 2016 – December 2016)
Formerly “RPF Champions”
Chip and Bounce, former Water Viking leaders, are given leadership roles in the RPF. Under their leadership, RPF wins the Champions Cup for the first time in its history as well as solid numbers all around.
LEADERS: Chip, Bounce
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The Eraser Era
Generation XXV (December 2016 – March 2017)
Before Christmas Chaos, many former leaders decided to rejoin the RPF. This included Silverburg, Elmikey, Twitchy543 and Lord Pain. RPF rose very quickly and hit good sizes, but started to burn out shortly after. This was shown in the Christmas Chaos finals, as the poor decisions of various leaders caused the RPF to lose. After the tournament, RPF declared war on the ACP and proceeded to demolish them in a war tokened as “The Pain Wars”. After this war, all the leaders retired leaving Junie to lead the Rebel Penguin Federation. Around this time, Club Penguin also announced they were shutting down. While Silverburg and Elmikey contemplated a way to continue the RPF past Club Penguin, Junie led the RPF and held it to stable sizes. The most significant event of this era would be the final event on Club Penguin, where RPF would hit sizes of 50+. After this event, Silverburg gave a speech accompanied with a post announcing to the community that RPF would be the only Club Penguin army to continue operations. After Club Penguin shut down, Silverburg moved the army to Club Penguin Rewritten. This would not only begin a new era but an entirely new age.
LEADERS: Lord Pain, Silverburg, Twitchy543, Chip, Ghost, Bounce, Elmikey, Junie17125
— The Fourth Age —
April 2017 – August 2018
Generation XXVI (April 2017 – December 2017)
When CP closed in March, RPF made the move to Club Penguin Rewritten. Silverburg took the helm and RPF rose throughout the Spring to sizes of 70. He retired in May, promoting Popsicle to lead alongside Chip, Elmikey, and Junie. RPF moved to Discord in June, which vastly improved chat functionality and troop retention. Twitchy also rejoined for leader around this time. As the Summer wore on, Junie stepped down and Twitchy had to retire. Despite Elmikey’s inactivity, RPF did not miss a beat and went on to max well over 100+ in August at Operation: Jet Pack. Chip retired in September and Left, one of the best 2ics of the era, was promoted to lead alongside Popsicle. RPF’s dominance continued through the Fall, hitting consistent numbers of 70-100+ every week. However, the leaders had grown tired of Elmikey’s inactivity and inappropriate behavior. Popsicle, Left, Chip and Tom formulated a plan to remove Elmikey from power. After they got the go-ahead from Commando, they asked Elmikey to step down peacefully. Elmikey did not agree and attempted to remove all four from power. He was unsuccessful, and Elmikey was banned on December 7th, paving the road for a new era of RPF.
LEADERS: Silverburg, Elmikey, Chip, Popsicle, Junie17125, Twitchy543, Left
Generation XXVII (December 2017 – April 2018)
RPF was plagued with attacks hitting the site offline and enacted Operation Olympia to gain intel on the attackers and to ensure RPF stayed the dominant army in CP warfare. The operation was a massive success, as the site was restored and RPF’s main challenger and culprit behind the attacks, RPM, was swiftly destroyed and forced to shut down. Despite the site issues, RPF continued to thrive. Maxing 90+ in January, RPF cruised until CPR shut down. RPF eventually moved to a new platform, CPU. Despite the lack of popularity of the CPPS, and thus a lack of recruits, RPF rallied and defied the odds again, maxing 100+ to continue this golden age.
LEADERS: Popsicle, Chip, Tom/Tojo, Left
Generation XXVIII (April 2018 – August 2018)
Formerly “The Dragon Age”
RPF was once again forced moved platforms, this time to CPO. TheNightma3e led an AUSIA division rise to sizes of 80+, the largest in CPA history. Eventually an army league was founded on CPO, where RPF was the dominant army and went to war with the Templars and their alliance, the Red Dawn Alliance. RPF also enacted their next major operation spearheaded by Popsicle, Operation Dynamis. A covert RPF owner was able to infiltrate enemy high command and leak details that confirmed planned DDoS attacks and multilogging by the Templars. RPF emerged victorious in the war, and also won the Legends Cup later that Summer with maxes of 80+.
LEADERS: Popsicle, Left
August 2018 – June 2019
The Exodus Age
Generation XXIX (August 2018 – October 2018)
RPF enacted Operation Exodus, a plan for expansion onto new games. The concept had potential but was unfortunately rushed due to RPF getting banned from their CP platform. Now called RF, the army was unable to regain their former glory. A move back to newly-reopened CPR helped mitigate the damage, but it was time to rebuild.
LEADERS: Left, Plane, TheNightma3e
Generation XXIII (October 2018 – December 2018)
Due to lack of experience in the high command, Twitchy rejoined for Rebel Commander while allowing the others to run the army day to day. There were some highs and lows, but eventually RF was able to regain some consistency and began to rise again toward the end of the year.
Generation XXIV (January 2019 – June 2019)
In January, the army enacted Operation Amplification. RF expanded back onto other platforms, while keeping the staple that was Club Penguin. Despite some turmoil at the beginning, the CP Division was able to rise back to excellent sizes during the Spring thanks to a strong focus on recruiting and the leadership of some old faces like Silverburg, and some new ones like Cosmo and Queenieliz. The army had officially recovered, and across the board performance was very good.
LEADERS: Silverburg, Queenieliz, TheNightma3e, Danielle, Cosmo
— The Fifth Age —
June 2019 – Present
Generation XXV (June 2019 – February 2020)
In June, RPF returned to the army scene by joining Club Penguin Armies, a league comprised of multiple different armies spanning many different Club Penguin Private Servers. RPF would go on to reacquire their historic capital of Tuxedo for the first time since the closure of Club Penguin in 2017. This era would also go on to see RPF routinely place first on the Top Ten Armies and win multiple tournaments such as the Summer Circuit against EGCP. RPF territory would also expand thanks to the Strike Force, which operated on CPPSes besides Rewritten. Army sizes overall would grow drastically, crossing 100+ towards the end of the Generation.
LEADERS: Queenieliz, Ultipenguinj, Plane
Generation XXVI (February 2020 – June 2020)
With a worldwide pandemic that saw the world go on lockdown, this generation of RPF would be stronger than ever. This generation saw RPF regularly reach sizes of 100+. even holding one of the biggest events in army history in March with a max of 178. In May, beloved leader Ultipenguinj retired, but with Cosmo and newly promoted Rebel Commander Crazzy at the helm, RPF would continue to shine. In their biggest challenge yet, RPF would take part in Legends Cup X, a thirty two army tournament which included armies from both Club Penguin Online and Club Penguin Rewritten. After a 162 max at the semi-finals and a 155 max at the finals, RPF would be crowned Legends Cup X Champions.
LEADERS: Ultipenguinj, Cosmo, Crazzyhead
Generation XXVII (July 2020 – Present)
LEADERS: Cosmo, Crazzyhead
2007 Military – Info to come: Led by Commando717.
2008 Air Force – Led by Ziehen. The top soldiers of the AF were Worky and Nielsenkc. The Air Force knocked the military out of the spot and took it. Nielsenkc and Worky eventually became the Warlords of the Air Force, two of the most respected RPF soldiers, and two great friends.
2008 Navy – Led by Furbur27. He made navy the best branch in RPF from when he started leading it in Summer 2008, to when he was promoted in December, knocking AF out of the top spot.
2009 Marines – When navy fell out of the top spot the marines was there to take over. Through the time when it was the top branch it had several leaders, but most notably, Fiasco121, and Reaperdrone.
2009 Navy – For the first few months of 2009 Furbur27 was inactive and the navy fell, with the marines taking the top spot. Furbur soon returned though and found himself demoted back to navy Warlord. He restored the navy to some of its former glory. Navy and marines would be rival branches for most of the first half of 2009.
2013 – Branches were brought back. They were fully operational until the RPF fallen era. They were used to invade multiple servers at once, and for advanced tactics. A video of the branches being used to win the Legends Cup Finals 2013 is on YouTube.
2016 – Navy and Air Force branches were reintroduced in June and fully operational in the new generations of 2017 and 2018. These branches were used to battle against each other for training and to sharpen leadership skills, along with being used for advanced tactics. They were also used for tactics in real battles. A new branch, infantry, was introduced later in 2018.
2019 – Branches discontinued briefly. Navy and Air Force reinstated in March.
Rebel Penguin Federation Leaders List:
Red – RPF Legend
Italicized – CP Army Legend
- Commando717 (May 8, 2007 – April 18, 2008)
- Kg007 (April 18, 2008 – July 12, 2008)
- Ziehen (July 28, 2008 – December 31, 2008)
- Commando717 (December 31, 2008 – April 10, 2009)
- Kyle Cease (April 14, 2009 – August 4, 2009)
- Furbur27 (August 4, 2009 – October 2, 2009)
- Fiasco121 (October 2, 2009 – October 8, 2009)
- Oberst543 (October 2, 2009 – November 6, 2009)
- Boomer20 (October 10, 2009 – November 6, 2009)
- Karakoran (November 7, 2009 – January 16, 2010)
- Sergie717 (November 17, 2009 – November 24, 2009)
- Omega39 (January 16, 2010 – January 29, 2010)
- Ziehen (January 29, 2010 – March 25, 2010)
- Karakoran (March 25, 2010 – May 9, 2010)
- Stev712 (March 29, 2010 – May 8, 2010)
- Casiusbrutus (April 24, 2010 – June 3, 2010)
- Mat (May 9, 2010 – July 10, 2010)
- Elitesof (June 3, 2010 – July 10, 2010)
- Karakoran (July 10, 2010 – March 10, 2011)
- Ashes1627 (July 11, 2010 – December 15, 2010)
- Chapa23 (December 29, 2010 – March 10, 2011)
- Cewan (March 10, 2011 – Late June 2011)
- Super Paco24 (June 28, 2011 – September 2011)
- Ziehen (September 3, 2011 – December 8, 2011)
- ATM 23 (December 9, 2011 – February 7, 2012)
- Super Paco24 (December 27, 2011 – February 20, 2012)
- Ghjkrs147 (February 19, 2012 – March 1, 201 2)
- Talyor455 (March 2, 2012 – April 5, 2012)
- Shadowclub6 (April 5, 2012 – April 8, 2012)
- Casiusbrutus (April 8, 2012 – May 27, 2012)
- Alex_N (April 8, 2012 – May 12th 2012)
- Qwerty (May 27, 2012 – June 7, 2012)
- Kevin (May 24, 2012 – June 27, 2012)
- Djgtjvgyhxgy (May 27, 2012 – July 17, 2012)
- Cewan (July 17, 2012 – August 2, 2012)
- Cewan shuts down RPF. Several people attempt to revive it, but fail to do so. Leaderships insignificant .
- Red Gush24 (April 2013 – January 2014)
- Elmikey (May 2013 – February 2014)
- Djgtjvgyhxgy (June 2013 – July 2013)
- Sir Pj (June 2013 – May 2014)
- Lord Pain (June 2013 – August 2013)
- Snaily5 (July 2013 – November 2013)
- Flappy112 (August 2013 – December 2013)
- 78562cool (October 2013 – November 2013)
- Lilstar (December 2013- June 2014)
- Abhinav54321 (December 2013 – February 2014)
- Silverburg (January 2014 – April 2014)
- Ultipenguinj (February 2014 – October 2014)
- Tanner (April 2014 – June 2014)
- Mr Waffle 45 (June 2014 – August 2014)
- 28Luis (Unknown)
- Bquik (June 2014)
- Vdmman (June 2014)
- Katty (June 2014)
- Skyblue36 (June 2014)
- Elitesof (July 2014)
- Elmikey (August 2014 – October 2014)
- Tompenguin6 (August 2014 – September 2014)
- Silverburg (August 2014 – October 2014)
- Sir Pj (August 2014 – September 2014)
- Freezie66 (September 2014 – September 2014)
- Tacodaily (September 2014 – September 2014)
- Lord Pain (September 2014 – September 2014)
- Red Gush24 (September 2014 – September 2014)
- Abhinav4321 (November 2014 – March 10, 2015)
- Ayush (November 2014 – January 2015)
- Bolt (November 2014 – January 2015)
- Starvsblack (November 2014 – March 10, 2015)
- NicWin100 (November 2014 – March 10, 2015)
- Elmikey (March 12, 2015 – September 2, 2015)
- Silverburg (April 22, 2015 – August 28, 2015)
- Twitchy543 (August 25, 2015 – October 1, 2015)
- Robot (August 25, 2015 – November 13, 2015)
- Elmikey (September 20, 2015 – October 17, 2015)
- Silverburg (September 30, 2015 – October 17, 2015)
- Clout (October 17, 2015 – February 2016)
- Twitchy543 (November 29, 2015 – January 2016)
- Skyblue36 (December 11, 2015 – Unknown)
- Tompenguin6 (December 20, 2015 – February 2016)
- Elmikey (December 2015 – December 7, 2017)
- 28Luis (February 24, 2016 – July 2016)
- Silverburg (April 2, 2016 – Unknown)
- Clout (June 27, 2016 – Unknown)
- Ghost (July 2016 – September 9, 2016)
- TurkandJD (July 2016 – August 2016)
- Silverburg (July 5, 2016 – September 2016)
- Chip (September 7, 2016 – January 2017)
- Bounce (September 2016 – October 23, 2016)
- Lord Pain (Unknown – January 18, 2017)
- Bounce (December 2016 – February 11, 2017)
- Silverburg (December 11, 2016 – June 28, 2017)
- Ghost (December 11, 2016 – January 30, 2017)
- Twitchy543 (December 18, 2016 – January 2017)
- Junie17125 (February 28, 2017 – August 2017)
- Shiny (March 31, 2017 – June 7, 2017)
- Chip (April 2017 – June 28, 2017)
- Popsiclebeak (May 23, 2017 – August 12, 2018)
- Twitchy543 (June 7, 2017 – July 19, 2017)
- Left (September 24, 2017 – December 10, 2017)
- Chip (December 11, 2017 – April 2018)
- Tom (January 16, 2018 – February 2018)
- Left (March 2018 – September 19, 2018)
- Plane (September 19, 2018 – October 13, 2018)
- TheNightma3e (September 19, 2018 – October 13, 2018)
- Twitchy543 (October 13, 2018 – January 1, 2019)
- TheNightma3e (January 2, 2019 – January 13, 2019)
- Daniellem (January 2, 2019 – February 18, 2019)
- Queenieliz (January 2, 2019 – September 14, 2019)
- Silverburg (January 2, 2019 – May 26, 2019)
- Cosmo (February 3, 2019 – May 20, 2019)
- Ultipenguinj (August 4, 2019 – May 17, 2020)
- Plane (October 11, 2019 – December 29, 2019)
- Cosmo (April 26, 2020 – Present)
- Crazzyhead (June 3, 2020 – Present)