Paintball: it is not a game, it is a cool war
Paintball is a game where there are two groups (teams) of players and each groups aim is to eliminate the opposite team via shooting paint balls at each other.
The following are the basic rules in playing paintball.
Follow the referee:
Paintball should have only one referee for each game. This referee who will start and end the game as well as stop it (in order to check for paint) and be the decision maker should any problems or game issues arise. Fortunately or unfortunately, any verdict issued by the referee as in any other game is final and cannot be repealed.
You are out:
A player is no longer in the game if he or she is shot by a paintball marker that cracks or splatters on him or her. This applies when the marker or pellet breaks anywhere on the players clothes, equipment or gun. Take note that whether the shot came from a fellow teammate or from an enemy, the marked player is required to call out DEADMAN or to yell OUT in reference to themselves. They are required to immediately leave the field using the route that is the safest as well as shortest, all the while calling him self...