If the Hundred Years' War had been fought with paintball guns instead of rifles, it might still be happening, but it'd be so colorful that no one would mind. Experience your own vibrant battlefield with today's Groupon to Dosser Works Paintball. Choose between the following options:
• For $20, you get a single field pass for all-day paintball, including admission, gun rental, 500 paintballs, and equipment (a $60 value).
• For $36, you get field passes for all-day paintball for two, including admission, gun rental, 500 paintballs (each), and equipment (a $120 value).
Dosser Works’ paintball purveyors sate cravings for colorful combat with three distinct battlefields and an armory teeming with top-of-the-line equipment and ammunition. With an all-day field pass, patrons can wear out their trigger fingers by firing from open to close (check here for hours of operation, armed with a Tippman 98 Anti Chop marker, 500 hue globules, unlimited nitro-tank refills, and a mask to protect facial features from wayward baseballs from Turner Field. Dosser Works’ two covered courses—fashioned out of an old truck loading dock—enable patrons to wage friendly war regardless of meteorological mitigations, and the fast-paced chromatic cannonade in the outdoor third course makes militants feel like stuntmen in a Jackson Pollack biopic starring Sylvester Stallone. Large groups can call ahead to request custom arrangements of on-course obstacles.
Dosser Works recommends customers to dress in loose-fitting long sleeves and pants (the paint easily washes out of clothes) and shoes that safely facilitate fast movement (cleats, opened-toe shoes, and paintbrush-tipped stilettos are forbidden). The facilities are open to orb-shooters age 13 and older, though parents must be present at all times for children younger than 16. All players younger than 18 must have an adult sign their waiver.
Dosser Works Paintball
With the Atlanta skyline as their backdrop, players at Dosser Works Paintball fire rounds of pigment on four outdoor fields, each covered to keep out inclement weather and the sun’s judgmental glare. Experienced paintball players run these facilities, and they channel their knowledge of the game by supervising safety and regularly changing field layouts and game scenarios. Themed competitions and night games play out on two tournament-size fields, an astroturf-covered speedball field dotted with air bunkers, and a post-apocalyptic warzone where competitors dive and shoot from behind mounds of tires, sandbags, and an authentic burned-out Ford Windstar. A sniper tower between the speedball and dirt fields lets players take aim and give constructive haircut critiques to those below. The play area at Dosser Works Paintball has expanded to include two new fields called "The Back Lands" with two airplanes, a derelict van, two mountains connected by a bridge, topped with flag towers.