|Full Name||Lance Priebe|
|Position|| Co-founder and creator of Club Penguin |
Former SVP of Disney Online Studios
|Joined Club Penguin||2000 (created Experimental Penguins)|
|Left Club Penguin||October 2010|
|Penguin Name|| Rsnail,|
Rsnail (real name Lance Priebe) was a well known moderator on Club Penguin. Along with Lane Merrifield and Dave Krysko, he is the founder of Club Penguin. Rsnail is also the founder of Rocketsnail Games, which consisted of games that he created with the help of the Rocketsnail Games team. The most popular game of his site was Penguin Chat 3, the predecessor to Club Penguin. Rsnail used to post frequently on the Club Penguin blog during the Beta Testing.
Rsnail is a contraction of Rocketsnail.
Leaving Club Penguin
|“||I left Club Penguin and the Walt Disney Company to spend more time with my family, and work on new projects. I had worked on Penguin Chat and Club Penguin for 10 years. It was time for something new. After I finished training the team at Club Penguin (2007-2009) there was nothing else for me to do. It was time to start something new. I actually spent last summer helping a friend farm. Farming is awesome.||”|
— Rsnail, March 2011.
It was later revealed that he left Club Penguin to work on his new project, Mech Mice.
- Rsnail's penguin name had a lower-case R. Unlike all the others, his name was not converted to a capital after one of Club Penguin's updates. After he logged in for the 7th Anniversary Party, his name was changed to Rsnail, with a capital R.
- He created his penguin "Test Snail" as a test during Beta Testing. It was one of the very first penguins created.
- Rsnail's goal was to create a game with pirates, spies, and ninjas which he all put in Club Penguin.
- On October 24, 2012, Rsnail logged on Club Penguin to celebrate the 7th Anniversary Party, along with Gizmo, Screenhog, and Billybob. This was the first time he had been online since the fall of 2008.
- Rsnail only has 3 stamps.
- Rsnail has a Twitter account - @LancePriebe.
- Launching Card-Jitsu was Rsnail's last project before leaving Club Penguin.
- Rsnail gave out the Merry Walrus Background to penguins who met him on December 29, 2014, during an online meet-up with Spike Hike.
Appearance in Club Penguin
- ↑ http://screenhog.com/blog/2012/10/29/club-penguin-documentary-screenhog-commentary/
- ↑ https://twitter.com/_screenhog/status/86103765370933248
- ↑ http://clubpenguincp.com/2010/11/23/rsnail-says-good-bye-to-club-penguin/
- ↑ http://rocketsnail.com/blog/2011/02/14/mancala-snails/#comment-148884421
- ↑ http://rocketsnail.com/blog/2011/02/21/experimenting-with-penguins/
- ↑ https://twitter.com/lancepriebe/status/84146915196944385