Several servers that are circled are Ultimate Safe Chat servers.

The new Ultimate Safe Chat toolbar after the 2011 updates.

An Ultimate Safe Chat penguin's toolbar.

Ultimate Safe Chat is a Club Penguin chat mode where penguins select phrases to say from a menu instead of typing in whatever they want. This is to avoid the unlikely event of swears and profanity getting through the filter. The phrases are split into many different categories. This mode is only on certain servers. It can be hard to communicate when an Ultimate Safe Chat user is talking to a Standard Safe Chat user.

Usage on moderator accounts

Moderators such as Billybob and Gizmo use the Ultimate Safe Chat when they appear as Billybob or Gizmo. They use their spare accounts to use the ordinary chat, such as Mace and Vader2006.

Parent's opinions

Parents praise the Ultimate Safe Chat mode, as they view it as even safer way to communicate with other penguins. Parents often say that whenever their child plays Club Penguin and uses the Ultimate Safe Chat, they can be assured that their children are in safe hands.

Player's Opinions

Players generally receive it well, citing that their safety is assured. However, Penguins also criticize the fact that Ultimate Safe Chat users cannot see what ordinary chat users are trying to say, making it hard to communicate with them. This is not really much of a problem these days as ordinary chat users also switch to using the Ultimate Chat options to communicate with Ultimate Chat users.


Ultimate Safe Chat users can usually be found in Servers designated for them. Most of them are in the servers made for them as they can communicate easily. Very few Penguins using the safe chat go to other servers not designated for them. It is also hard to tell whether a person is using Ultimate Safe Chat when they go into ordinary chat servers.

On June 10, 2010, all Servers were ultimate safe chat, this was because the Club Penguin team was working on the standard safe chat servers.


  • Strangely, the choice featuring Paint by Letters is still there after the June 14 updates.
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