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Ninja Headquarters
Card-Jitsu Party 2013 Ninja Headquarters

Where Between the Dock, Forest, and Ski Hill
Opened November 24, 2011
May 23, 2013
Closed December 8, 2011
June 6, 2013
Mini-games None
Room ID 851
Tour Description
This is the Headquarters! Water Ninjas aim for blue targets! Fire Ninjas aim for red! When we've won our prize...we can celebrate with a cup of tea...or a delicious fish fresh from the grill.
For the ninja-only room that was formerly next to the Dojo, see Ninja Hideout.

The Ninja Headquarters was a party room in Club Penguin that appeared during both Card-Jitsu Parties. Only members could enter in 2011, but all players could access it in 2013. In 2011, there were only fire and water areas, while in 2013, the fire and water areas were reduced in size to make room for a new snow area.

Fire vs. Water[]

In 2011 only, similar to the Arcade, there was a target mini-game. Every two minutes, red and blue targets would appear in the north section of the room, and the screen in the center displayed a timer, counting down from 1:30. Players could throw snowballs (as hot sauce bottles or water balloons) at the targets, and hitting a red one gave one point for fire, or blue for water. When the timer ran out, if fire had more points, a cage above the Fire Training Plates lifted, allowing for players to obtain the item. If water had more points, the Water Training Plates were obtainable instead. Regardless of which side players were standing on, they could earn points for either of the two elements or obtain either of the two items.


  • When throwing a snowball, element-themed objects were thrown, depending on the area the player threw it from. In the fire area, snowballs became hot sauce bottles that vanished on impact. In the water area, snowballs became water balloons that burst on impact. In the snow area, snowball became much larger than normal, but stayed on surfaces like normal snowballs.
  • In 2011 only, if a Training Dummy was hit by a hot sauce bottle or a water balloon, it wobbled.



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