|Full Name||Tour Guide|
|Clothes Items||Tour Guide Hat|
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The Tour Guide project began on January 26, 2007, with the intent of helping newcomers find their way around Club Penguin. To take the quiz to become a tour guide, players must be at least 45 days old.
While wearing the Tour Guide Hat, players can use a pre-written message that summarizes the room they are in. This can be done by opening the safe chat menu, then mousing over "Activities" and clicking "Give a tour".
Tour Guide quiz
The quiz can be accessed from the Tour Booth at the Ski Village. From here, the player is prompted to take an eight-question quiz on their knowledge of Club Penguin. If at least seven are answered correctly, the player receives the Tour Guide Hat. If not, the quiz can be taken again until it is passed.
Eight of the following questions are presented in a random order. Correct answers are underlined . Some of the answers became inaccurate due to various changes in the game, but were not updated to reflect these changes, and are still counted as correct.
- What item is always hidden in a different place in the clothing catalog every month?
- Which of these rooms doesn't have music playing in the background?
- What item is thrown out of the truck in Level 4 of Bean Counters?
- A candlestick
- A flower pot
- A brick
- A teapot
- How does the pink puffle play?
- How many Sled Racing tracks are there?
- What is the name of Captain Rockhopper’s ship?
- The Swift Swimmer
- The Voyager
- The Icebreaker
- The Migrator
- How do you get a pin?
- The following question was originally present, but was removed sometime in mid-2008.
- What day does the newspaper come out?
- Once the player has become a tour guide, clicking on the Tour Booth at the Ski Village causes a book, titled How to be a Great Tour Guide, to appear in place of the quiz.
- If the player attempted to use the "give a tour" option while in an igloo, it would cause the player to say "undefined". This was later changed so that no message would appear.
- The Club Penguin Times used to have an "In Focus" that was hosted by a different tour guide each issue. However, it was removed after the newspaper was updated in November 2010.
- On May 1, 2009, tour guides and Secret Agents began to get paid 250 coins per month for doing their duties.
- It was featured on the TOUR GUIDE Card-Jitsu Power Card.