Fill out your waiver before you show up and make checking in faster! Waivers are good for two years, so fill this out now and don’t worry about it. You’ll be asked for a password; this will allow us to remember your details so you don’t have to retype them for every transaction.
A few important points:
- If you’re under 18, then your parent/guardian needs to fill it out.
- If you’re 18 or over, then you need to fill out your own waiver — another adult cannot fill out a waiver for you. In other words, you cannot do a waiver for your spouse or adult child. They have to do it themselves.
- Filling out a waiver requires you to enter an email address. If you fill out a waiver for yourself, and then use your email address to do a friend’s waiver (which you shouldn’t do if they’re an adult), you’ll overwrite/wipeout YOUR waiver. So make sure each adult’s waiver is associated with its own unique email address.
- If you filled out a waiver prior to a previous visit and are coming here now to enter a new party of combat ID, then you should use the same email address and password you set up when you originally filled out your waiver.
If you are attending a party, please try to enter the combat ID on the waiver (the hosts of the party should provide that to you); if you bought open play tickets, enter your combat ID on the waiver (you can find that in the e-mail you got from us confirming your purchase). If you can’t find/don’t know your combat ID, you should still fill out your waiver — just leave that field blank.
Fill out your waiver below. If you have problems with the waiver embedded on this page, you can also go here to fill it out.