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Camp Weedonwantcha by Katie Rice — Dwelling

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imageCamp Weedonwantcha by Katie Rice — Dwelling

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    bigrickcookbigrickcook Dord of Lance? OklahomaRegistered User regular
    I am convinced that every story needs a tree village.

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    AlernetAlernet Registered User regular
    Do teens only live in the trees? haha

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    mushymushy Unprofessional Houston, TXRegistered User regular
    urge to build tree house

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    stebuustebuu Crabs are fucking crazy, and I hate horses Registered User regular
    I would think the cat would have a swankier pad.

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    shadowtychoshadowtycho Registered User regular
    where do they get the nails?

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    haricotvertharicotvert Registered User new member
    The artistry and composition of that last panel is fantastic.

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    AdamRWAdamRW Registered User regular
    where do they get the nails?

    It's all held together with tree sap.

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    cB557cB557 voOOP Registered User regular
    Well holy shit! This group is organized, that's good.

    What I find myself most interested in with this comic is how they'll survive out there. Fairly certain that's very much not the point, but whatever. So yeah, a large, organized group like this, with at least one person who knows how to set traps for animals, is very good.

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    Peter RoganPeter Rogan Registered User regular
    >gasp!< The Lady of the Flies! Or at least of the Shotgun.

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    RedCrow7RedCrow7 Registered User regular
    This explains why she was so comfortable in a tree in "Motivation"

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    SquarksSquarks Registered User regular
    It just got straight up "Return of the Jedi" up in here.

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    TzivyaTzivya Registered User regular
    So Camp Awesome is next door to Weedonwantcha?

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    TzivyaTzivya Registered User regular
    Oh! I know! These are the kids that rejected their parents and are there voluntarily!

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    WeaselsoupWeaselsoup Registered User regular
    So now they find,.. the Others.

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    anachronistanachronist Registered User regular
    Mind blown...

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    MartynMartyn Registered User regular
    Cool...channeling Channelwood.

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    Eric the PrezEric the Prez Registered User regular
    Reminds me of Robin Hood. oh hello kitty

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    meatnerdmeatnerd Registered User regular
    The kid sitting on the tree under the cabin, looks like Karl Pilkington podcast avatar

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    cubbylostboycubbylostboy Registered User regular
    Ooooh okay I get it. Now we know what Brian was doing before he became the animal king. I wondered why he hadn't been around for a bit. He was constructing an awesome tree village in his spare time.

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    leecherolisleecherolis Indianapolis, INRegistered User new member
    Ru-fi-o! Ru-fi-o! Ru-fi-o!

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    tinwatchmantinwatchman Registered User regular
    Bit overdramatic there, dontcha think, Malachi?

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    Finnish_LineFinnish_Line Registered User regular
    I'm concerned by the lack of hand railing. I'm counting ...twelve violations! TWELVE!

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    cB557cB557 voOOP Registered User regular
    brain.png

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    PrivateJokerPrivateJoker Registered User regular
    These look like older kids. My guess is that they're not some separate camp, they're just kids who have been there awhile, and have adapted to life in the wilderness.

    The kids Malachi has encountered thus far are all probably just closer to being in the same boat as Malachi. They are newer to the camp, so they stick to the cabins and camp facilities.

    We've already seen evidence of the camp not being entirely safe, what with Seventeen being chased from her cabin by bears. These kids are chilling in trees, away from bears.

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    darkilluminedarkillumine Registered User regular
    It took me three minutes of looking (trying to find the cat) before I realized that the grey thing near the center is a skull, not an ewok dangling from a noose.

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    Talyn RahlTalyn Rahl Registered User regular
    Holy shit it's the Lost Boys! Or those wierd kids from Mad Max: Beyond the Thunderdome :p
    Another awesome comic Katie! Funny, touching and with a great story, what more could a guy ask for?

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    AetaAeta [E] DC Metro areaRegistered User regular
    It's like Jet and his freedom fighters from Avatar.

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    QuackNateQuackNate Registered User regular
    She was in a tree the first time we saw her, too. Well played, Katie.

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    maxfrogmaxfrog Registered User new member
    Wow, took me several days to find the cat on this one :)

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    MikeyZMikeyZ Registered User regular
    THIS. IS. EPIC!

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    ZmoZmo Registered User new member
    Day 17.. Still no kitty. Getting magnifying glass tomorrow..

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    ReiskaReiska Registered User regular
    Took little over a minute to find kitty, no magnifier needed but the place is cute and appropriate.

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    ZmoZmo Registered User new member
    Hmm, i guess the you-know-what in the you-know-where is the kitty after all. I did see it on Day 1, but it just looked like bunch of sticks thrown into there. Magnifying glass only made it worse.
    Ole ämpärissä sitten stana.

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    ReiskaReiska Registered User regular
    Siellähän se, ihana pieni karvasaatana.

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    ReiskaReiska Registered User regular
    Reiska wrote: »
    Siellähän se, ihana pieni karvasaatana. Joskus vastaus on liian lähellä löydettäväksi, joskus sen on nähnyt mutta ei ole huomannut nähneensä.

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    Laika ClementineLaika Clementine Registered User regular
    edited August 2017
    The treehouses in the Rope Courses look so damn cool! If I were at CW, it'd be fun to stay in one of those....but then I'd be surrounded by the tough customers....I doubt I'd survive.

    Tanner you never told us you were a rope courser! Maybe he just lives in a treefort but doesn't associate with them that much because he's not as mean as them?

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    Pastels_ParadoxPastels_Paradox Registered User regular
    Hey, what's Tanner doing here?
    I like the idea of Tanner hanging out with the rope course kids because they're tough- I think we've all decided that's generally how he wants to come across. What a bean.

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