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* HorribleCampingTrip: The camp itself is okay, it's the lack of parental supervision, inconsistent supply drops, and general lack of basic necessities that makes it horrible. [[{{Dissimile}} So it ends up not being okay at all]].

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* HorribleCampingTrip: The camp itself is okay, it's the lack of parental adult supervision, inconsistent supply drops, and general lack of basic necessities that makes it horrible. [[{{Dissimile}} So it ends up not being okay at all]].

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** The last strip of Volume 2 shows that Malachi [[spoiler:has moved into the library following Linus's departure and is continuing to teach Seventeen how to read]]. The climate has also changed to winter weather.

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As of January 2018, the comic has entered hiatus.


* WorldLimitedToThePlot

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* WorldLimitedToThePlotWorldLimitedToThePlot: The world is limited to the camp proper, the Rope Bridge area where the other kids live, the lake, the woods, and [[LostWoods the Deep Woods]]. The mountain road in and out of camp is only used to drop kids in and leave. The most we see of the world outside is when we see the kid's backstories.


*PassingTheTorch: [[spoiler: At the end of Volume 2, Linus leaves the camp and leaves the Library in Malachi's care.]]



* SmallSecludedWorld

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* SmallSecludedWorldSmallSecludedWorld: The camp has had no interaction with the outside world aside from supply airdrops for food and other random things.

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*TheUnreveal: One of the great mysteries of the comic is the origins of the camp and who is maintaining it. Answers that might be held in the camp's Administrations Office, which the main trio almost stumble upon at the beginning of Volume 2 but then barely miss it. Malachi finally finds the building towards the end of the Volume. [[spoiler: Once inside he finds no answers or anything of importance, only that Neiman has set up his home there.]]

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* WhamLine: When Linus and Malachi enter into the Deep Deep Woods.
--> '''Linus''': I think I found what I was looking for.
--> [[spoiler: '''Linus''': The way out of camp.]]

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* ProducePelting: The kids from the rope course bring tomatoes to the talent show. But since there are no tomatoes in the camp, they painted some rocks red instead.

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*WhamShot: The final panel of the map arc. Malachi and friends decide to call it quits, not realizing that they were standing on top of the camp's admin building, a place that could hold so many answers to the camp's existence.


* BreakfastClub: All of the campers come from different backgrounds and have varying personalities, but what they all have in common is that they were all sent to that camp because they were unwanted, disowned, and abandoned by their parents or guardians and they are all left to fend for themselves and all seem to have emotional and personality problems and seem to be miserable together, but over the course of the comic series, they grow closer to each other.

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* BreakfastClub: All of the campers campers, who are all kids, come from different backgrounds and have varying personalities, but what they all of the campers have in common is that that: they were all sent to that camp because they were unwanted, disowned, and abandoned by their parents or guardians and guardians, they are all left to fend for themselves and themselves, all seem to have emotional and personality problems problems, and seem to be miserable together, but together. However, over the course of the comic series, they grow closer to each other.


* AbhorrentAdmirer: Purdy started on this path in regards to Malachi, but it seemed like she turned her attention towards Brian at the end of her introductory arc. However, nothing else has been made of this so far.
** Neiman has taken up the mantle as Malachi's creepy stalker, even making dolls of him and Malachi.
* [[AdultsAreUseless Adults Are Completely Absent]]: The camp is completely devoid of adults, leaving the kids to fend for themselves. It's also implied heavily that most of their parents just left them at the camp to fend for themselves.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Pretty much the point of the talent show arc. Also [[spoiler:the driving force behind Malachi's need to prove himself.]]

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: AbhorrentAdmirer:
** Early in the comic,
Purdy started on this path in regards to Malachi, but it seemed like she turned her attention towards Brian at the end of her introductory arc. However, nothing else has been was made of this so far.after her introductory arc.
** Neiman has taken up the mantle as Malachi's creepy stalker, following Malachi around, poking through his cabin, and even making dolls of him himself and Malachi.
Malachi and making a rope out of Malachi's hair.
* [[AdultsAreUseless Adults Are Completely Absent]]: AbusiveParents: Most, if not all, of the cast's parents were abusive in some form or another, as you'd expect of parents who dumped their kids in an isolated, unsupervised camp and abandoned them there.
* AdultsAreUseless:
The camp is completely devoid of adults, leaving the kids to fend for themselves. It's also implied heavily that most of their parents just left them at the camp to fend for themselves.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Pretty much the point of the talent show arc. Also [[spoiler:the driving force behind Malachi's need to prove himself.]]himself]].



* ChildPopstar: Dani, formally.

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* ChildPopstar: Dani, formally.formerly. His parents used this to get rich, and abandoned him in the camp his popularity began to wane and he wasn't a reliable source of income anymore.



* HeroicBSOD: [[http://campcomic.com/comic/sticktoitiveness/ The comic]] which immediately follows [[http://campcomic.com/comic/combustion/ this comic]]
* HorribleCampingTrip: The camp itself is okay, it's the lack of parental supervision, inconsistent supply drops, and general lack of basic necessities that makes it horrible.

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* HeroicBSOD: Malachi [[http://campcomic.com/comic/sticktoitiveness/ The comic]] which immediately follows [[http://campcomic.com/comic/combustion/ in this comic]]
comic]], just after [[spoiler:Linus kicked him out of the library after Malachi turned it into a "light club" without Linus' consent]].
* HorribleCampingTrip: The camp itself is okay, it's the lack of parental supervision, inconsistent supply drops, and general lack of basic necessities that makes it horrible. [[{{Dissimile}} So it ends up not being okay at all]].



* IntoxicationEnsues[=/=]MushroomSamba: Malachi after being treated for a tummy ache with Seventeen's "medical herbs".

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* IntoxicationEnsues[=/=]MushroomSamba: IntoxicationEnsues: Malachi after being treated for a tummy ache with Seventeen's "medical herbs".



* UnreliableNarrator: Colin, the oldest kid in the camp and self proclaimed camp counsellor keeps order with the whistle his dad, the school gym coach, gave him when he dropped him off at camp, to keep order like he would have done. [[spoiler: Colin is in denial. His father actually abandoned him there for not living up to his demands that Colin be an athlete like him, instead being interested in magic and illusions. Colin only got the whistle because he was clinging to it when his father physically pushed him out of the car and left him]]

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* UnreliableNarrator: UnreliableNarrator:
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Colin, the oldest kid in the camp and self proclaimed self-proclaimed camp counsellor counsellor, keeps order with the whistle his dad, the school gym coach, gave him when he dropped him off at camp, to keep order like he would have done. [[spoiler: Colin is in denial. His father actually abandoned him there for not living up to his demands that Colin be an athlete like him, instead being interested in magic and illusions. Colin only got the whistle because he was clinging to it when his father physically pushed him out of the car and left him]]him]].



* WildChild: The Proto Kid, the first camper to come to the camp, went insane, and is now living as a feral child out in the woods.
** Most of the incidental kids show signs of this, most likely having been there much longer than Malachi and a few others.

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* WildChild: WildChild:
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The Proto Kid, the first camper to come to the camp, went insane, and is now living as a feral child out in the woods.
** Most of the incidental kids show signs of starting to become this, most likely having been there much longer than Malachi and a few others.


''[[http://campcomic.com/ Camp Weedonwantcha]]'' is a story by artist Katie Rice about children left to fend for themselves at a nature camp that has no adults, with their only contact with the outside world being supplies occasionally dropped in by parachute, which are just as likely to contain feral cats as they are anything useful.. The comic is centered on twelve-year-old Malachi, the newest resident of the camp, and the people he meets and gets to know there.

Katie Rice is the winner of the only season of the RealityTV GameShow ''WebVideo/StripSearch''; Camp Weedonwantcha is the comic she created for that competition.

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''[[http://campcomic.com/ Camp Weedonwantcha]]'' is a story by artist Katie Rice about children left to fend for themselves at a nature camp that has no adults, with their only contact with the outside world being supplies occasionally dropped in by parachute, which are just as likely to contain feral cats as they are anything useful..useful. The comic is centered on twelve-year-old Malachi, the newest resident of the camp, and the people he meets and gets to know there.

Katie Rice is the winner of the only season of the RealityTV GameShow ''WebVideo/StripSearch''; Camp Weedonwantcha ''Camp Weedonwantcha'' is the comic she created for that competition.
competition.

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* BreakfastClub: All of the campers are unwanted by their parents or guardians and come from different backgrounds and have varying personalities, but what they all have in common is that they were all sent to that camp and left to fend for themselves and all seem to have emotional and personality problems and seem to be miserable together, but over the course of the comic series, they grow closer to each other.

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* BreakfastClub: All of the campers are unwanted by their parents or guardians and come from different backgrounds and have varying personalities, but what they all have in common is that they were all sent to that camp because they were unwanted, disowned, and abandoned by their parents or guardians and they are all left to fend for themselves and all seem to have emotional and personality problems and seem to be miserable together, but over the course of the comic series, they grow closer to each other.


* DoesNotLikeShoes: The entire cast is barefoot, save for Malachi, Colin, Purdy, and Linus. Although, [[spoiler: at one point they all probably used to wear shoes, but they all got stolen by Proto Kid who has an obsession with shoes, which is mentioned in [[http://campcomic.com/comic/the-legend-of-proto-kid this comic]] and the story arc where Malachi gets lost in the woods and is chased around by Proto Kid in order for him to steal Malachai's shoes.]]

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: The entire cast is barefoot, save for Malachi, Colin, Purdy, and Linus. Although, [[spoiler: at one point they all probably used to wear shoes, but they all got stolen by Proto Kid who has an obsession with shoes, which is mentioned in [[http://campcomic.com/comic/the-legend-of-proto-kid this comic]], seen in [[http://campcomic.com/comic/shoeprints this comic]] and seen the story arc where Malachi gets lost in the woods and is chased around by Proto Kid in order for him to steal Malachai's shoes.]]

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