Hey everyone. My membership ended recently, and I decided to see if my Stamp Book was the way it was when I was a member. Well when I checked, a little pop up came and it said my Stamp Book is in storage and I need to become a member to unlock it. It’s exactly what happens when you check how your igloo looked when you used to be a member. You click on the box, and it shows a small version of the way your igloo used to be. Anyway, this time there was a little mix up. It said that this is how my Stamp Book looked.
Has this happened to you guys? My Stamp Book looked way different than that. First of all, I don’t even have that Astro Ship pin! What if this is Rsnail’s Stamp Book? Maybe since my name is Rsnail 1st on Club Penguin, they mistook it for Rsnail? Well, tell me what you think in the comments!
Hey everyone! During this month, there was lots of talk about stamps. And as you know, our Stamp Books will be arriving on July 26 and we’ll be able to start collecting and showing off our stamps! Well, here’s what the Stamp Books look like:
Well, to let us know more about this stamp feature, Happy77 asked a “stamp expert” about this whole thing. Here’s their conversation.
Q: How do I earn Stamps?
A: Lots of different ways! There are easy stamps and extreme stamps, stamps you have to earn with buddies, and ones that you’ll earn by showing off your skills in games. For example, to earn this stamp, you’ll have to jackhammer at the ‘berg with 30 penguins.
Q: Can I still get pins?
A: Yep, you sure can! Pins aren’t going to change. And the best part is you can show off your ENTIRE pin collection inside your Stamp Book.
Q: How will I find my Stamp Book?
A: Just click on your player card. When you do, inside the book there are places for a whole bunch of stamps – and descriptions of how you can earn them.
So, each stamp has its own difficulty level. Like for example, earning the Rockhopper stamp is kind of hard because you have to meet Rockhopper and be in the same room as him. Also, members can earn more stamps than non-members, which seems un-fair.