Paintball is a lot like chess in that both require complex strategizing and both are almost impossible to win against autonomous robots. Skip the computing and start competing with today's Groupon: for $19 you get admission, equipment rental, unlimited air, three hours of play, and 200 paintballs (a $38 value) at PBC Paintball Park's locations in Wellford and Rock Hill, South Carolina and Sedalia, North Carolina.
PBC Paintball Parks encourage all-out charging attacks as well as strategic hiding and sneaking about. Your adventure through the realms of color, velocity, and splatter radius is protected by goggles and armed with a BT Combat paintball blaster. No matter your level of experience, your supply of 200 paintballs is sure to provide you with an education in artistic self-defense as you decorate the world and your friends in gushes of symphonic hues. Bring dark, baggy clothing and comfortable running shoes to optimize your battle experience in the safe and referee-controlled environment.
Each PBC Paintball Park is open on one weekday, and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon until 5 p.m., allowing your weekend painting project to evolve from abstract surrealism to tangible awesomeness.
Silence fills the forest as a masked paintball player creeps over logs and leaves, unable to find the opposing team he knows is there. Suddenly, a shower of colored paint spews from behind a nearby tree, and the battle begins. Such moments unfold daily at PBC Paintball Park's facilities during the regular season. Their staff, all of whom are paintball players themselves, have designed both wooded and concept fields at Greensboro, Charlotte, and Greenville. At Greensboro, wooded landscapes transform into a battlefield with bunkers, creeks, and large forts. Felled trees and dense foliage give players ample cover amid the undeveloped woods of Greenville's fields, while castles, mounds, cities, and tournaments unfold across PBC Charlotte's level terrain. Additionally, PBC Paintball Parks are affiliated with Paintball Central, which runs two stores in North Carolina and one store in South Carolina where players can stock up on enough paintball gear to ready themselves for the inevitable cartoon-character rebellion.