CJs-Much more speedball/tournament oriented (for a little more experienced players)
Ive only gone to this field five times (always to CJs) but i didnt lie it has been over the course of three years.OK lets skip to the chase
Speedball-Paintball kingdom is constantly changing in there designs. Like right now their combining their old speed ball field with where their airball field was (they took it down i think) to build a huge field that could almost be compared to a speedball scenario/ field with a huge house in the middle, it doesnt look all that great now but there not even close to being done. Ilike this field it offers intense action and dramatic game play.
Assault Field-Some people love playing on this field, im a hardcore speedball/airballer so this field isnt for me its a big field and fun to play on though. One team gets a two story castle at the top of the hill to defend and the other team has to fight their way up the hill and take the fort. This field is more for the rec baller i would say.
Woods-The owner also said that they were constructing a vietnam village on this four acre course but i didnt play on it the last time i went and didnt even go back there to see so im not even going to write on this field becouse it probably isnt the same as when i played on it a while ago.
Indoor-I personally love this field (its nice every once in a while) becouse of the adrenaline rush it gives you and the fact that the "normal" paintball stragedies won't work on this close quarters field.
Proshop-By far the best and most professional proshop i have ever seen. Thay always have almost anything in stock and if not theyll find you the cheapest place to get it and order it while your still in the shop. The owner knows more about paintball guns than is humanly possible. And the people that run the shop are really nice
Referees-The refs here are great they are nice to the newbs and can give you alot of information on anything from tournaments to how to improve your playing style.
Price-The price used to be terrible becouse of the byob (bring your own paint) fee and everything but it has gotten better. On saturdays you pay twenty dollars to get in and have all day air (includes rental if you need it or incase gun breaks) and paint is pretty expensive but not to steep.
Players-Mostly six months to a year experience or even less but then there are the guys who go there all the time and know exactly what angles and shots to exploit.
Overall-I like this field a lot the help is good and the people are friendly. But if your a little more experienced player and love speedball then this field leaves something to be desired
Last edited on Wednesday, May 25th, 2005 at 5:58 am PST