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Awards were a type of clothing items that could not be worn, but were obtained by completing a certain task in Club Penguin. Awards were listed in the "others" section of the inventory, and clicking them, unlike in ordinary clothing items, would open the actual award in-game. Some awards were just static while others allowed some interaction.
Awards were given clothing IDs from 800–899 and 8000–8999.
Medals were awards obtained after completing PSA Secret Missions.
List of Awards
- After the Popcorn Explosion, the Spy Phone stopped functioning outside of PSA Missions, and instead displayed a message telling the player to join the EPF.
- The Box of Pizza and Box of Chocolates allowed you to "eat" the pizza and chocolates by clicking them.
- The Mission 7 Medal could be opened, and displayed the current time on your computer.
- The Mission 8, Mission 9, Mission 10, and Mission 11 Medals all contained alliterations in their descriptions.
- The Mission 11 Medal featured an interactive endless maze game or contained rewards.
- The Cool Gift could be opened, and contained the replacement gear from Clockwork Repairs. It also contained a note from Gary.
- The Starter Deck could be accessed at all times from the corner of the screen while the player was in any of the Dojo areas, as well as the Dojo Courtyard.
- The Employee of the Month Trophy could be shaken like a bobblehead, by clicking the head of the trophy.
- The EPF Certificate allowed access to the Command Room. After the Command Room was replaced by the EPF Command Room, the certificate had no function.
- The Gift from Dot could be shaken, like a snow globe. Pressing the red button on the side of the gift revealed a pair of Spy Goggles, which could be clicked to be obtained.
- The EPF Badges could not have been obtained, due to a defunct in Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force's programming.
- Awards earned from PSA Secret Missions also had an equivalent stamp.
- The Spy Phone and EPF Phone could be unlocked by transferring coins (formerly) or using the one use code cards from Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force and Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force: Herbert's Revenge, respectively. The EPF Phone could also be unlocked by a code from the EPF Card Game.
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