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|EPF Command Room|
|Where||Below the Everyday Phoning Facility|
|Opened||May 27, 2010|
|Renovated||March 6, 2014|
|Mini-games|| System Defender|
- For the original command room, see Command Room.
The EPF Command Room (full name Elite Penguin Force Command Room) is the prime base of operations for the Elite Penguin Force. Here, the EPF conducts research, trains, experiments, and track down threats to Club Penguin society. After the destruction of the PSA Headquarters, this new base for agents was constructed, adopting from the original Command Room, which was connected to the PSA HQ.
The center of the EPF Command Room is occupied by a meeting table and large monitor, with smaller monitors providing surveillance for various locations. The main database for the EPF is next the meeting area, and in addition to a large storage of technology, houses System Defender and Spy Drills, two ways to train agents. Beneath the database is a small jail cell with electronic "bars".
The bottom right corner serves as a small lab, and also is host to EPF Training Missions. Various shelves with agent gear are nearby, but serve no purpose. The top right corner of the room has a tube transporter that leads to the Everyday Phoning Facility. Various fountains pour down water as well.
The room was first built on May 29, 2010, after the destruction of the PSA HQ. However, it lacked many of its later functions. Lots of construction was going on. There were boxes with files, disks, and other things being transferred from the old HQ. Many of the lights were not working yet. The tube transporter to the VR Room was not finished, and various laptops were plugged in machines to transfer data. A week later, the room was mostly finished. However, the tube transport was still not complete, and the monitor for Field-Ops was not ready yet. The other monitor, which would later host System Defender, was a "system scanner" and clicking it would cause the computer to search for abnormalities. However, none would ever be detected. On June 10, 2010, the tube transport to the VR Room was complete, and on June 15, 2010, Field-Ops were available. On January 14, 2011, System Defender replaced the system scanner.
When Operation: Blackout started, part of the EPF Command Room was destroyed, due to Herbert P. Bear. The entire tube transport was blown up, as well as various machines near it. Large chunks of cement were also dangling from the ceiling, and others were on the ground, some even lodged in machines. After the operation ended, the smoke cleared, and the monitor in the middle of the room displayed a message from The Director, which read "THE ROAD AHEAD IS LONG. BUT THE EPF WILL RISE AGAIN."
On February 28, 2013, the command room was filled with various crates and boxes. The hole where the transport was located was blocked by security tape. A small station titled "THE LAB" was also added. On May 9, 2013, more crates and boxes were added, as well as the new Spy Drills. Construction was occurring where the tube transport used to be.
On March 6, 2014, construction was finally completed. On June 11, 2015, PSA Secret Missions became playable from the station in the lower right corner, now titled "EPF Training Missions".
- Before the room was renovated, if a penguin sat in each chair around the table in the middle of the room, the lights would go dark, and various things would be displayed on the monitor above the table. Various hidden entrances in places such as the Beach and Cove were seen on the monitor, but no such hidden entrances exist in-game.
- Before the room was renovated, clicking the lights hanging from the ceiling in order from left to right would darken the entire room.
- On April 5, 2013, the music of the EPF Command Room was changed.
- Even though the Stage was replaced by the Mall, the monitor on the north wall that shows the Plaza still shows the Stage. One monitor also shows an older version of the Ski Village.
Names in other languages
|Portuguese||Sala de Comando|
|French||Salle de Commandement|
|Spanish||Sala de Comando|
|VR Room (formerly)||Everyday Phoning Facility|
|EPF Command Room|