Boiler Room
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Information
Where Underneath the Night Club, in the Underground
Opened May 26, 2006 (members)
May 29, 2006 (everyone)
Closed March 30, 2017
Mini-games None
Room ID 804
Tour Description
This lovely spot is the Boiler Room. It’s where all the old issues of the newspaper are stored. You can read up on the island history... or just stare at the steam pipe!

The Boiler Room was an underground room below the Night Club in Club Penguin. Located here was the namesake boiler, which served as a power source for the entire island. Also located here was a large filing cabinet, which hosted old issues of the Club Penguin Times; however, only the most recent six were viewable.

The Boiler Room could be accessed by climbing down from a fake speaker in the Night Club, or from a door on the left side of the Underground Pool. Aside from the boiler and filing cabinet, the room was fairly sparse. On the back wall, there were a variety of tools and a fuse box, but these were only viewable in missions.

History

According the book Truth or Dare, the Boiler Room was once completely dark. Access was restricted to only a few penguins, and those few being simple cleaning crew or maintenance.

The Boiler Room was first opened to the public during the Underground Opening Party and has not changed since. It was still completely identical to when it first opened.

Pins

Pins that are bolded are pins that could be made with the Pin Maker 3000.
Image Pin
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Baseball pin
Red Snow Shovel Pin.PNG
Red Snow Shovel Pin
Book Pin.PNG
Book Pin
Anvil Pin.PNG
Anvil Pin
150th Newspaper Pin.PNG
150th Newspaper Pin
King's Crown Pin.PNG
King's Crown Pin
Beach Umbrella Pin.PNG
Beach Umbrella Pin
4th Anniversary Cake Pin.PNG
4th Anniversary Cake Pin
Compass Pin.PNG
Compass Pin
Brazier Pin.png
Brazier Pin
Cheese Pin.png
Cheese Pin
Scorn Crest Pin.png
Scorn Crest Pin
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Heavy Weights Pin
Tombstone Pin.png
Tombstone Pin
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Holiday Gift Pin
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Ghost Pin
Total
16

Parties

General

  • During April Fools' Parties from 2008 until 2011, the boiler was replaced with a giant pan filled with boiling water. There was a large sign on the wall which read "CAUTION: HOT" and a timer on the filing cabinet. When the timer finished, a jack-in-the box bursted out of a crate.
  • During Medieval Parties, except for 2013, the Boiler Room is turned into a smithy. Various tools for forging are hung up on the wall, and the boiler is turned to a large furnace. There is a large smelter hanging from the wall known as the Pin Maker 3000. Over the years, multiple pins have been obtainable from the Pin Maker.

2006

2007

  • During the 100th Newspaper Event, there were gray and black colored balloons, streamers, and a banner which said "100th NEWSPAPER".
  • During the Water Party 2007, the door to the Underground Pool was blocked off with sandbags and police tape to keep the room from flooding. There were some hoses going up to the Night Club, and the bulletin board said "UNDERGROUND CLOSED FOR REPAIRS".

2008

  • During the Water Party 2008, there was a large tank of water which was marked H2O. Various pipes pumped water from the tank up to the Night Club.

2009

  • During the Dance-A-Thon, there was a sign pointing to the Night Club labeled "MEMBER PARTY".

2010

2013

  • During (and the week before) Operation: Puffle, the boiler was broken as Herbert P. Bear had broken into the Boiler Room to steal parts. Paw prints were also on the ground.

Trivia

  • There was a similar looking boiler room seen in Penguin Chat 3. In Penguin Chat 3, to access the Boiler Room, players had to go through the left speaker in the Night Club instead of the right.
  • It was one of Herbert's favorite rooms, because it was warm and quiet.
  • It was the only room in Club Penguin Island that opened before 2008 and never had any permanent changes.

Gallery

Graphical designs

Parties

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2016

Missions

Other

Names in other languages

Language Name
Portuguese Caldeira
French Chaufferie
Spanish Sala de calderas
German Heizraum
Russian Котельная

SWF

References

Geographic location


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