Don't worry. D-Day is just a gigantic version of your average woodsball game. Albiet with 400x more people, tanks, awesomesauce fields and more paintball vendors then you can shake a Blazer at.
But if you split that 20 or so ways it becomes VERY affordable!
That's why I'm leaving a year for myself and anybody else interested to get organized. I'm personally looking at about $2000 of plane tickets, paint, gear, admission, food, camping and so on.
that quite alot i can't make that much in a summer and i dough my mom would let go during school year
$2000 is obviously more then most. Most of that is constituted by Air Canada getting me halfway across the continent. Someone from the more southern-ish regions-southern Ontario, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, ect could probably drive there easily. Long drive, but still.
There was someone who I was bouncing PMs off of a few months back about looking into the chance of going to this year's D-Day (Which obviously didn't pan out). He got several pools organized in BC, Alberta and Ontario at least. I believe his name started with an X. If you read this, BTW, I'd be glad to help if you plan on co-ordinating more pools this year.
This post has been edited by Marauder_Pilot: 16 June 2007 - 03:53 PM