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EPF Command Room
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Information
Where Below the Everyday Phoning Facility
Opened May 27, 2010
Renovated 6 March, 2014
Closed No
Mini-games In-Game Missions, System Defender, Spy Drills
Room ID 323
Tour Description
Here we have EPF Command
As you can see, it's having some issues and what not,
after being blown up by Herbert.
Repairs are under way though!
For the first command room, see Command Room.

The EPF Command Room is the official Headquarters of the EPF. It replaced the PSA Headquarters after the Popcorn Explosion on May 27, 2010. Penguins can enter it via the EPF Phone and the Everyday Phoning Facility, and the Tube Transport allowed entering the VR Room.

You can change the channel displayed on the TV as in the old Command Room, though this was never available when the EPF Command Room was created. If you move your cursor over the recycling bin, it will be filled with paper and if you do the same with the CDs next to the wardrobe, the CDs will flip over like the old Command Room. You still can't make anything come out of the silver circle in the middle, though. If all of the chairs are filled, the large TV will display a short video, which shows an elevator to the Command Room at the Beach, the Everyday Phoning Facility, and the Cove, though only the Everyday Phoning Facility elevator is currently available.

During Operation: Blackout, the Tube Transport exploded while the Field-Op screen had been destroyed. After Operation: Blackout, the Tube Transport was completely destroyed, but left a hole where it used to be. The Field Ops screen remained the same way as it was during Operation: Blackout meaning that there was no Field Op.

Later, in February 28, 2013, boxes started to appear for the rebuild. There was a large box on the left of the TV. The damaged Field-Ops screen was under a box for construction. Then, on April 4, 2013, a mini-lab appeared on the left of the TV. The TV got updated too. The main screen got replaced with another screen that shows graphs and has some wording. On May 9, 2013, a new EPF game was created. The Spy Drills game replaced Field-Ops meaning that the Field-Ops would never return. The Tube Transport hole was covered for construction. More boxes were loaded into the EPF. Then Polo Field confirmed that the EPF Command Room would be updated sometimes in March. After the Prehistoric Party 2014 the word texture changed.

History

  • This room did not exist before the events of the Popcorn Explosion had ended. Since the PSA HQ was destroyed, plans were made to design a new, high tech headquarters that the EPF would take over.The EPF Command Room was built and now serves as base of operations, however, it still contains some of the features of its predecessor, like the chairs, television, and table.
  • Herbert almost destroyed the EPF after the Medieval Party 2011 with the Hydra Bot.
  • Starting during Operation: Blackout, the Field-Op screen was smashed and there was no access to the VR Room.
  • Boxes started to appear for the EPF Re-build on 28 February 2013.
  • The EPF had returned on April 5 for a new mission.
  • Because of Operation: Hot Sauce, it was announced that construction will be delayed on the Command Room, and it could take at least 2 weeks.
  • Spy Drills was released as a substitute for Field-Ops. The Tube Transport was covered with a box.
  • A renovated version of the room was revealed in Episode 7 of The Spoiler Alert. It is said to be finished in March 2014.

Access

The only way to get access to the EPF is if you answer the phone at the Everyday Phoning Facility. The Director asks you if you are ready to be one, and she gives you a choice. Yes or no. If you say yes, then you get your Elite Spy Phone. If you say no, then you don't get your Elite Spy Phone. However there is another way. If you have the code from Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force: Herbert's Revenge, you could unlock your Elite Spy Phone.

Appearance

The old Command Room's table, chairs and TV are here. There are stairs on either side. The Tube Transport is located in the back. The Big TV on the Left used to scan the EPF system for bugs. Now, there are bugs, which must be defeated by System Defender, which is what the Big TV is now. The four surveillance security screens in between show the Beach, Cove, Everyday Phoning Facility and Ski Village. Now, the giant screen highlights the In-Game Missions, and there is now an on-site laboratory. You could still change the channels when there are no In-Game Missions.

Secrets

  • The EPF Command Room turns it's TV on and explains a plan. The smaller lights turn on. This can only be done if 1 penguin sits on each chair on the table (if the chair is full of penguins, it will still work).
  • When you click on all the lights from left to right the lights go out
  • If you turn on the channel with the blue & pink penguins and you wait about 5 seconds a black bar will pop up that reads " This Conversation Would Probably Be A Lot More Interesting With Sound...HUH? "

Destruction

During the events of Operation: Blackout, Herbert created a laser to steal the sunlight of Club Penguin in order to create himself a paradise. In order to succeed in doing this without the hindrance of the Elite Penguin Force, he set fire to the Everyday Phoning Facility and somehow destroyed the structure of the Command Room, which caused the destruction of the Tube Transport and Field Ops computer. Despite the seemingly minimal damage to the actual agency headquarters, re-construction began after the Hollywood Party. After the Marvel Super Hero Takeover 2013, Spy Drills were added.

Trivia

  • When 10 penguins are seated on the chairs, the lights turn green and the screen shows secret entrances in the Cove and other rooms, which are not accessible in-game.
  • The cabinet of the Command Room is there.
  • On the end of construction made a change that when you click on the lights from left to right then the room will go dark like when there is 1 penguin on every chair except the screen isn't showing the strange files.
  • There was a glitch were you could walk in the tube transport, then walk out of it. But you would still leave. This glitch has been fixed.
  • There are some security monitors near the System Defender computer.
  • It has the same room as the Command Room.
  • It was destroyed during Operation: Blackout, forcing Penguins to build a new command room.
    • It survived the explosion, because in Save the Island, after the phoning facility exploded, there is still a square-shaped hole in the ground, although it will probably be exposed to non-agents, yet again forcing it to shut down.
  • In an Operation: Blackout sneak peek, it shows the EPF Command Room destroyed and the Tube Transport on fire.
  • After the Operation: Blackout, if you click on the Screen it will show The Director of The EPF saying: "The Road Ahead Is Long. But The EPF Will Rise Again".
    File:Director screen.PNG
  • the EPF Command Room will return, as they are rebuilding told by the What's New Blog.
  • It is possible that Sport Shop will replace Everyday Phoning Facility with EPF and PSA underground. It's highly doubtful.
  • The EPF Command Room was destroyed within 2 years in service while the PSA HQ was destroyed only after around 5 years in service.
  • On April 4, 2013 the Big TV in the middle was replaced to show what missions there are.
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Names in other languages

Language Name
PortugueseSala de Comando
FrenchSalle de Commandement
SpanishSala de Comando
GermanKommando
Russian N/A

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