Captain's Quarters

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Captain's Quarters
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Information
Where In the Migrator, next to Ship Hold
Opened April 28, 2008
Closed Always when Rockhopper departs
Mini-Games Treasure Hunt
ID 422
Tour Description
"This is the Captain's Quarters! Rockhopper spends a lot of time here. Look at the corkboard for his to-do list... or grab a friend and hunt for some treasure! Don't forget to donate too!"

The Captain's Quarters is the only place in Club Penguin in which Rockhopper can obtain privacy from his massive mob of penguin fans. It has a Notice Board, the game Treasure Hunt, pictures, maps, treasures and a sign that tells how to play Treasure Hunt. It is located in the Migrator, in the top-right corner of the Ship Hold, but you must have Rockhopper's Key to enter. That Key is hidden in the Book Room's Library at the back of The Journal of Captain Rockhopper.

History[edit]

Ever since the Ship Hold opened, penguins have made attempts to find the Key to this room. They have claimed Rockhopper's Key to be virtually anywhere on Club Penguin, from underneath the Iceberg to inside Rockhopper's hat. However, Rockhopper has stated several times that he keeps the Key very close to him. When the Migrator sank, he apparently escaped with the Key on his lifeboat. Penguins everywhere still hold the belief that Rockhopper would unlock his Captain's Quarters someday. The Penguin Times confirmed that the new room that came out in April 28, 2008 was his cabin. The newsapaper also confirmed that Rockhopper was opening it as a reward for rescuing his ship, provided they can find the key. It has been hidden in the Book Room's Library at the back of Rockhopper's Journal.

According to Rockhopper, when his ship sank, he had thought his ship was gone for good. To thank us all for our work fixing his ship, he was going to let us into his Captain's Quarters. Quoted from the Penguin Times (issue #132), he says: "Tho' it be me place for thinkin' n' countin' me treasure, ye have all proved yourselves a trustworthy crew by fixin' me ship."

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Portuguese Aposentos do Capitão
French Quartiers du Capitaine
Spanish Camarote del Capitán
German Kapitänsquartier
Russian Каюта капитана

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