We currently track Rockhopper on Club Penguin for the Club Penguin Adventure Party 2012: Temple of Fruit. Want to know where he is right now? Visit our “Club Penguin Official Rockhopper Tracking Thread” here on our Club Penguin Insider forum!
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If you see the room listed and log in to Club Penguin and he isn’t there, he may have simply moved rooms (and is likely still on the same server), so be sure to refresh the tracker to see the new location, as it can change second by second! If the tracker says “Offline”, it means that our tracking systems are currently offline, but Rockhopper may be online.
Finally, if the server name has “SP” after it, it is a Spanish server. If it has “PT” after it, it is a Portuguese server and if it has “FR” after it, it is a French server! Usually, it won’t say anything, so the default is English. If it tells you that it’s a foreign server, just select the language at the top of the page on Club Penguin and find the server!
Rockhopper Tracker [Refresh Trackers]
Room and Server
Rockhoper most frequently visits: Frozen, Mammoth, Sleet, and Blizzard.
Although he still can come on other servers, he tends to visit more popular servers.
To find him first always check the Migrator if it is there. Then look in the Dock, Beach, Plaza, and Pizza Parlor
When you meet Rockhopper you can click on him to open his player card.
You will know it is him as his character will be making a pose.
You can receive a free Rockhopper Background by clicking on the gift icon on his player card. The gift icon is the one on the far left.
It is very difficult to find Rockhopper, as he is the most popular celebrity penguin, it overloads the Club Penguin servers and rooms when he is online. Your best bet is to keep a close eye on our highly-accurate Rockhopper Tracker!
Holiday Party 2012 Background
Rockhopper has a new background for the Holiday Party Coins for Change in December, 2012. Check it out below!