Adventure Party 2009

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Adventure Party 2009
IAP Party.png
The party Logo
Information
Members only No
When June 12–16, 2009
Free Item(s)

Non-member
Green Safari Hat, Adventure Party Background


Member
Tropical Bird
Catalog(s) None
Mascot(s) None
Where Everywhere
Preceded by
Medieval Party 2009
Succeeded by
Music Jam 2009
Not to be confused with the Island Adventure Parties.

The Adventure Party 2009 was a party in Club Penguin. It ran from June 12, 2009 to June 16, 2009. The Party room was the Tree House. This party had many tropical plants scattered around the island, which were gifts from Rockhopper. This was the first adventure themed party in Club Penguin.

Free items[edit]

Image Item Location Members only?
Green Safari Hat.PNG Green Safari Hat Plaza No
AdventurePartyBackgroundCard.PNG Adventure Party Background Adventure Hunt No
Stuffed.png Tropical Bird Tree Forts Yes

Adventure Hunt[edit]

Main article: Adventure Hunt

Rockhopper[edit]

  • Before Rockhopper arrived, he had plants on his ship. This was a mystery to many penguins.
  • During the party, Rockhopper was spotted in the home page for some reason. This glitch was fixed the next day.
  • Before the party, Rockhopper gave out a different type of background than he usually did. The background had the theme of the party. Therefore, the background is rare.

Gallery[edit]

Sneak Peeks[edit]

Construction[edit]

Party Pictures[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • On the login page, it said Explorers Wanted, and a pair of binoculars were looking at a puffle.
  • There is a wallpaper of the party featuring the 101 Days of Fun characters.
  • The plants for this party were in the Box Dimension after the party ended. This raises questions because usually all party items are put in regular storage. No one knows why the plants entered the Box Dimension but this may have happened because the plants entered through the Box Portal of the Igloos of their owners. As of February 2010, the plants have been removed.

SWF[edit]

See also[edit]