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Old 11-08-2009, 08:02 PM #1
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Oklahoma d day

Will a lot of people no about this of what i hear of.So this will be my 4th scenario event i only really go to small ones of 40 to 50 people and this one has gotten up to 4000 player WOW.I was like i have to do this 5 hr drive im going.


Will heres my question i know its gonna be huge like what have the paint prices been for the past years and yes i know its a wile away,but what in the world am i gonna expect in this huge scenario like should i bring a friend go bye myself or what in the world to do.

I just want to know what yalls points would be like should i do this or not.
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Old 11-08-2009, 10:21 PM #2
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look through the forums, youll find all the info you need.
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Old 11-09-2009, 10:20 AM #3
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Bring a friend or come alone, either way, regardless of which
sie or unit you sign up with, you're sure to leave with a host
of new friends.

Knightkreeper is right, once you reach the main forum, you'll
want to click on the link located long the left side of that
page, where it say's D-Day. That'll open a new page which
has answers to just about every question you can possibly
come up with and if for some reason you still haven't found
what you're looking for, click on the 'Forum' link and post
your question in there.

BTW, to help make that three hour drive worth the time it'll
take to get there, plan on coming a few days early, say on
Wednesday morning. That'll give you time to get acquainted
with the rest of the members of your uint. You'll also be able
to take part in the 'Obstacle Course' (free), as well as that
day's mini scenario. On Thursday there'll be more unit training,
plus a night event. Between all that and the main event you'll
also find some great deals waiting in the vendor's area.

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Old 11-09-2009, 03:30 PM #4
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i definitely recommend going to D-day at least once and then you will probably get hooked. I went this year for the first time and it was awesome. i am already making plans to attend next year.

I went with a group of friends this year which was fun but the atmosphere is great so your bound to make friends whether you go in a group or alone. There is always stuff to do whether its playing mini-scenarios, vendors, speedball, food, movies, and even some volleyball from the JT sponsors. I would also strongly suggest playing in the night game. it is unbelievable.

Just like Dorsai and Nightkreeper said, check out the website because it has all the information. you could even check out old threads on pbnation or check out some videos on youtube.

hope to see ya out there in June.
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Old 11-09-2009, 10:56 PM #5
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okay thinks for the help i should be out there what i will stay all 3 days.
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Old 11-20-2009, 08:49 AM #6
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Traveling to D-Day?

If you're either looking for a way to get to
D-Day next June, or you happen to already
have a way, but are looking to keep costs
as low as possible, check out this link to
the D-Day forum's transportation thread.

http://www.ddayadventurepark.com/for...isplay.php?f=9

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Old 11-23-2009, 02:55 PM #7
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Yes you should go to Oklahoma D-Day at least once. It is a singular paintball experience. But be warned you will more than likely be hooked and won't be able to keep yourself from going back year after year. I'm envious of you because you live so close. My friends and I drive over 16 hours from New Mexico. There are those that drive and or fly much further.

Without a doubt you should play Allied for your first D-Day. And go with The First Division. The objective we assault is the toughest assignment in scenario paintball. You will never forget your first time.

If you do decide to go German, you will still have an unbelieveable time. They have several units to choose from as well. I would go with The 6th Falshirmjagers if I was going German. They have a solid command group and are an all around great group of guys and gals that like to kick *** and have fun while doing it.

Either way you go, just go to D-Day.........
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Old 12-15-2009, 09:14 PM #8
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Colonel Henderson leads one of the 5 Regiments within the 82nd Airborne and Pathfinders, and he nails it! Great group of guys, lots of fun. extremely intense paintball.

This year the game is being vastly revised. The role for the 82nd will be even tougher than ever. We'll be dropped behind German lines, possibly surrounded or out numbered and have to fight our way back to Allied lines.

It's not for everyone. You have to be at least 15 and you'd better be in at least decent shape. We'll hump a lot of tough, steep, rocky terrain in the heat and humidity of Oklahoma. But if you're like us, and this sounds like your bizarre idea of fun, then get registered and come join us!
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Old 12-16-2009, 07:10 AM #9
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offer

SPECIAL OFFER

Today's update concerns a special invite
our Allied Command is looking to extend
to a limited number of folks.

What we'd like to do is offer teams who've
been considering coming to D-Day, but for
whatever reason havent, either because of
cost, distance, etc., the chance to have a
representative come out and spend a few
days visiting with the players from all of
our divisions.

Meet the players and their commanders and
get a first hand, behind the scenes look at
what makes D-Day so unique.

Your only out of pocket costs, other than for
travel and meal expenses is the $5.00 camp
site access fee, which includes use of the
site's showers, etc.

If you really want to see what D-Day is all
about and trust me the magazines don't give
you the full story, this is your chance.

If your team is interested in taking part, drop
me a line or give my office a call between
0600-2000 hrs. eastern time.

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Old 12-18-2009, 05:02 PM #10
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Everyone wants to know what Dewayne has
in store for them next June and of course the
same question is also being asked by those
who've never been to D-Day before, so sit
back and watch these two latest videos and
you'll see what he's got planned.

Video #1 Styrofoam building blocks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxeo_iZoD1A


Video#2 Breacourt Manor Gun pits and trenches
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgqEfBVR43g


Got questions about D_Day, or any of the work
featured in these clips, please drop me a line or
give my office a call.

Sincerely,
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Old 12-29-2009, 11:05 AM #11
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How about we keep this a generic D-Day thread and not make this a recruiting thread? By the way Spike, thanks for the 6th complement.

D-Day, no matter what side you play for, cannot be compared to any other scenario paintball event. You really get 5 solid days of paintball experience for the registration price.

The experience entails various scenario training opportunities, 3-4 mini-scenario games, as well as the main Saturday game.

The Command staff on both sides do their best to give all players on both sides an experience of a life time. Of course we hope all come away with a positive experience, but D-Day is what it is. It's not a cake walk. The main game is 8 hours of intense paintball played on 700+ acres.

If this sounds like what you have been looking for, check out both sides. There are excellent units on both sides.

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Old 12-30-2009, 03:31 AM #12
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Anytime Static.
I agree with you, this particular thread should be kept as a ' Come to Oklahoma D-Day and have the time of your life' thread.
A cool thing about this game is that we strive to remember that the sides that play against each other on the field are not enemies. We are people coming to a great event and having a good time shooting paintballs at each other. We hang out and have fun. We tell lies around the campfire and go home to start our plans for next year.
Good times...good times.
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Old 01-21-2010, 04:13 PM #13
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D-Day Newsletter

Here's the link to our first monthly newsletter.
Inside you'll find some informative articles, as
well as a timely piece on how to avoid heat
related problems this summer.

http://issuu.com/dorsai/docs/stars_a...ary_newsletter

Sincerely,

Andrew Van Der Plaats
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Old 02-08-2010, 12:28 PM #14
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okay thinks for the help i should be out there what i will stay all 3 days.
Actually D-Day isn't just a 3 day event. It goes from June 6th to the 13th and is a week long extravaganza. The three days are the minimum (have to be there on Friday for Orientation) that people go for. It is, however, MUCH better to go for a longer period of between 5 and 10 days. I usually go for about 8 or 9 days myself.
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Old 02-09-2010, 06:46 PM #15
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My Team will be there, can't wait this event is great.
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