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DWNC: Tricky Tactics [EVENT GUIDE pt. 2]


DW Battle HQ | I’ve seen lately that some Dark Warriors sometimes have a hard time doing certain emotes, tactics, and formations, so I decided to make a three part guide that will probably come in handy in future battles!


Tactics, in general, are a combination of emotes and words/sayings done in a certain way. Tactics are how we battle, and depending on how well we do tactics, we can beat the other army!


Emotes & Word Tactics

For emotes, I made a special post just for that type of tactic. If you want to view that guide, click on the link below!

>>>Click here to view EVENT GUIDE pt. 1 about Emotes!<<<

One thing I forgot about emotes is the rainbow tactic. This means that you can do any emote you want, so it will be different colors. This is why it is called the rainbow tactic.

Word tactics are basically things that you say on Club Penguin. You type in what the leaders want you to type in, and then you enter the word. In DW, we mostly use either insults to our opponents, or our army’s mottos.


  • Dark Warriors Forever (motto)
  • BURN THE LIGHT (motto)
  • TANK (motto)
  • SMALL FRY (insult)
  • WHY SO SMALL? (insult)

As for word tactics, you can also press certain buttons on the keyboard to say certain things:

H = “Hello”

Y = “Yes”

N = “No”

B = “Goodbye”

J = A Random Joke (you don’t actually say this)

Another type of tactic is throwing snowballs. When leaders say “OPEN FIRE!”, then throw snowballs at the enemy! A trick to throw snowballs really fast without having to click on the button is to hold “T” (the letter on the keyboard), aim, and fire again and again.

Click on “Continue Reading” for more!

How to Do Tactics

You can do tactics randomly, yes, but it isn’t very interesting is it? That’s why we use different ways of doing tactics.

Different Types:

  1. Bombs
  2. Waterfalls
  3. Charges
  4. Stacks/Bunches



This picture above is an example of a bomb (although it could be scatter formation…). A bomb is when you do a tactic and you run around the room. Make sure you spread out and try to cover as much space as possible.

I don’t have a picture of a waterfall because leaders rarely do this type, but waterfalls are basically when you do the tactic up and down like a waterfall. It is like a bomb except for the fact that you don’t go anywhere you want.

Charges are when you move (or charge) into a certain room. Do NOT use the map to go there, actually walk to that room.

Stacks (aka bunches) are when you bunch up like a blob. Usually leaders use this tactic, and then tell you to do a bomb.



If you have read this far I would like to thank you! I tend to write a lot and I appreciate everyone who views my posts. I hope this guide was helpful. Please comment if I forgot to mention anything, and remember to look out for the third and final part of the Event Guide, which will be about Tricky Formations!

And as always, BURN THE LIGHT!

~Agt R

One Response

  1. This was very helpful, i finally know what stacking and waterfalls is, and now i know not to use the map when charging.

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