Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Medieval Paintball

In the infamous words of Monty Python "Run away!!!!!"
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Basically lots of people running around with spongy swords soaked in paint trying to bash each other. If you get a paintmark larger then the regulations say, you are out.

Elite people may recieve bows and arrows with paint soaked sponge tips.

Shields are available, too.

DesertFox, Aug 15 2005

All those lovely pre-crash croissants, just poof. Dragon
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Aug 16 2005]

(?) Here you go - [copro] was right, of course http://www.google.c...rights=&safe=images
[normzone, Oct 16 2006]

Ye Olde Orb of pigment Ye_20Olde_20Orb_20of_20Pigment
similar [simonj, Feb 05 2009]


DrCurry, Aug 15 2005

       "Just a flesh wound". Bun.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Aug 15 2005

       This needs its own theme park. [Link]   

       Something very similar to this was baked at Chislehurst Caves in Kent, England, when I was a lad (15-20 years ago). People would go there and do the whole dress-up, wizards, dwarves, homemade-rubberised-axes bit.   

       Apparently, it was enormous fun, so I shall use my +1 Enchanted Croissant of Thragnor.
friendlyfire, Aug 16 2005

       Obvious. Awesome. Why hasn't it caught on everywhere?
RayfordSteele, Aug 16 2005

       Sounds like the SCA.
contracts, Aug 17 2005

       Transform my joust into a jest wouldst ye? Have at ye, scallywag.
Ling, Aug 17 2005

       Aw wow I'd definitely want a sponge-mace. [+]
pooduck, Aug 17 2005

       <in awed voice> gimme the morningstar<iav>
squeak, Aug 17 2005

       ++ Beware of the catapults!
Zimmy, Aug 17 2005

       I played King Harold when I was 12 in our class's reenactment of the Battle of Hastings. One kid's dad was a props designer for the BBC and provided us with foam axes, maces, swords etc. We dressed in hessian and whacked each other about the head until I screamed and pretended to get an arrow in my eye. I would gladly do it again.
wagster, Aug 17 2005

       Also I think this would hurt less. Especially if you are playing with ill-equipped peasants. Croissant for messiness.
PollyNo9, Oct 05 2005

       As long as I can wear blue face paint and moon my opponents, I'm in. FREEEEDOM!
bungston, Oct 05 2005

       [pooduck]//Mace// I think you'll find that's already baked: "Medieval Pain Ball"
Dub, Oct 06 2005

       A trebuchet, parked somewhat - ahem - at a distance from this event, could lob in the occasional Rubbermaid 35-gallon Brute loaded with Cpthalo Green.
elhigh, Oct 17 2005

       Google: Your search - Cpthalo - did not match any documents
wagster, Oct 17 2005

       Well, give it a while [wags] and it'll match to this page!
coprocephalous, Oct 17 2005

       you nerds   

sophocles, Oct 17 2005

       I'll take the flail and buckler!
Freefall, Oct 17 2005

       [wags] it does now, at the top of the page [link]
normzone, Oct 16 2006

       I think that hitting people with a paint sword would be a good addition to mu Segway CTF game.
quantum_flux, Mar 20 2008

       Who wouldn't play this?   

       It would also be cheaper than real paintball as you don't have to refill complex guns or buy overpriced bullets etc. You bring your sword and shield and dip them in paint.   

       How's about jousting?
The Duke, Mar 20 2008

       //Well, give it a while [wags] and it'll match to this page//
Hey, I was right!
coprocephalous, Nov 17 2008


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