If the Hundred Years' War had been fought with paintballs instead of rifles, it might still be happening, but it'd be so colourful that no one would mind. Experience your own vibrant battlefield with today's Groupon to Two Ops Paintball. Choose between the following options:
* For $29, you get a two-hour outdoor paintball package for two including field fee (a $15 value each), basic equipment rental (a $6 value each), and 100 paintballs (an $8 value each; a $58 total value).
* For $175, you get a two-hour private paintball party package on a Saturday or Sunday for up to 10 players including field fee for 90 minutes of play (a $15 value each), basic equipment rental (a $6 value each), 1,000 total paintballs (a $56 value), coveralls (a $3 value each), and a house referee, plus a half hour in the outdoor party area with two extra large pepperoni pizzas from Domino's (a $37 value) and two litres of soft drinks (a $6 value; up to a $339 total value). More people may be added at standard rates.
Two Ops Paintball equips duos and groups of marksmen with the paint and tools needed to vibrantly ambush opponents while combating on their numerous fields, which include an outdoor wooded field that spans more than two-acres, plus an outdoor urban field slated to open later this summer. After donning a mask, mechanical marker, gravity fed hopper, and full HPA or 12-ounce CO2 tank, ordinary citizens channel the artistry of Henri Matisse and the aggression of a hungry badger to bespatter adversaries with colourful marks of defeat. Triggermen glide across fields during scenario games such as Elimination, Capture the Flag, and Find/Disarm the Bomb, scoping the natural terrain to find cover, create ambush points, and discover new species of talking insect.
Up to ten friends can settle literary debates during a two-hour private paintball party package. After proving dominance over the colour spectrum, players can refuel with two cheesy Domino's pizzas and two litres of soft drink, ideal tools for proving dominance over the chugging spectrum. Those wanting more firepower may upgrade to an electronic or response-trigger marker ($6, subject to availability). Extra paintballs start at $8 for 100 rounds (only field paint allowed), and tanks may be refilled with air ($1.30 per 1000 psi of HPA/nitrogen; $0.40/oz. of CO2).
125 Cochrane Pond Rd.
Goulds, Newfoundland A0A 1C0