Club Penguin Sensei Tracker
Club Penguin Sensei Tracker 2012
The Club Penguin Sensei Tracker 2012 is currently unavailable. This tracker will be available once the Sensei makes another mascot appearance on Club Penguin — which is expected to come sometime this year.
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The Sensei (Japanese: 先生; also considered “??????” when the Dojo collapsed) is the “Jitsu Master” of Club Penguin, making his first appearance on July 3rd, 2008. Sensei is undoubtedly that most mysterious penguin on Club Penguin, however, he’s credibly the most important mascot on the island considering he is the founder and creator of the notorious Ninjas (including Water and Fire Ninjas). Sensei first appeared on the island after a devastating storm destroyed the Dojo, although was Sensei’s identity was concealed. Finally, when the Dojo was successfully repaired, Sensei revealed himself and introduced Card-Jitsu, which continues to be today’s prominent Club Penguin game.
- Sensei is a grey-colored penguin with a long white beard and a straw hat. Overall, his appearance is similar to an old man.
- Resemblance to his identity, Sensei talks very esoteric and calmly, similar to the way a real Japanese master might speak.
- During his rare visits, Sensei teaches Ninjas improved training and advanced skills. One time, Sensei was caught walking on walls as one of his “special abilities”. However, this Ninja ability was never added in the future.
- Card-Jitsu has become incredibly popular that Club Penguin decided to stock real Card-Jitsu cards in local stores. You can purchase these cards to unlock online Card-Jitsu cards.
- A particular background can be obtained when Sensei is spotted on Club Penguin.
Approaching Rockhopper, Sensei greatly signifies Club Penguin‘s history of brilliant ideas that improved the game significantly.
HOW TO FIND SENSEI ON CLUB PENGUIN:
Sensei is distinctly the least-visiting mascot of them all. Sensei appears on Club Penguin approximately once per year, and
unfortunately doesn’t remain long. Sensei regularly visits in the month of November for a Card-Jitsu event. Usually the event is a new Card-Jitsu element, such as Card-Jitsu Water, however it may be a Card-Jitsu related party. Fortunately, Sensei acts like a normal mascot and remains on each individual server for a respective 15-20 minutes. Thus indicating that our Club Penguin Sensei Tracker 2012 functions perfectly fine and continues to guarantee you an encounter with the Sensei.
- Sensei visits crowded servers during peak hours of the day and visits calm servers during nadir hours of the day.
- Thankfully, when Sensei is online, he’s much easier to locate than other mascots as he is only found in the Dojo area. This includes the Dojo Courtyard, Ninja Hideout, Volcano (Fire Ninja Hideout) and Waterfall (Water Ninja Hideout).
- Sensei is generally controlled by a human, although he may be administrated by a bot depending on the time of day. Sensei is likely a bot when Club Penguin’s headquarters are closed.
- Sensei may appear in foreign languages during dawn and early mornings.
- When Sensei is online, there is usually a large restless crowd surrounding the Dojo Courtyard to enter either the Dojo or the Ninja Hideout. This usually indicates that Sensei is in a nearby room.
- Remember to use our Club Penguin Sensei Tracker 2012 Chat for a much facile tracking experience — click here!
With Sensei’s small amount of arrivals, locating him can be quite irritating. Nonetheless, effort and patience is indefinitely the key to continuous success. Don’t give up!
RECENT SENSEI APPEARANCES:
Card-Jitsu Party (November 2011)
Water Ninja release party (November 2010)
Fire Ninja release party (November 2009)
Ninja release party (November 2008)
Dojo repair party (July 2008)
UPCOMING SENSEI APPEARANCES
Snow Ninja release party (Spring-Winter 2012?)