Blackwatch is a teen summer camp designed specifically for more mature teens (ages 15-19) who want to experience a higher level of roleplaying, problem-solving, and intense adventure. Please note that this camp involves more mature topics and more immersive (even frightening) scenarios. This camp is different than our Counselor-In-Training Program for teens ages 16-19 in that it is designed specifically to challenge teens with scenarios that require leadership skill development, cooperation, and lateral thinking.
The Blackwatch is a collaboration of diverse heroes from a world that blends fantasy, horror, Steampunk, and science fiction. The goal of the Blackwatch is to protect the realm called Sidleterra from things beyond our reality. So gather your finest foam weapons and read up on your arcane knowledge, for only through darkness will a hero shine.
Members of the Blackwatch are often known for their mental resilience, as they are expected to confront everything from horrible mind-rending entities from other dimensions to ghosts of elder beings and their servants, and all of it requires considerable willpower to endure and challenge. Summer Camp participants are ages 15-19 (13-19 for Monthly Events) and are individuals who are drawn to great storytelling and in-depth fantasy roleplay. Costuming and character sheets help you determine how to become your own hero. You can expect to encounter darker themes and challenges for which there is no clear right or wrong, good or bad solution.
Just like Wizards & Warriors and Zombie Summer Camp, Blackwatch Summer Camp exposes teen heroes to a learning environment that plays to their passions. There are some similarities to the activities in our Wizards & Warriors programs, but with higher level challenges.
Educational elements of this camp include:
If you are interested in more information about Blackwatch Teen Leadership Summer Camp, please call us at (781) 270-4800 or submit the form below. If you are local, you may also wish to attend a monthly Blackwatch Adventures held at our facility in Burlington, MA.
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