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shanefoster Saturday, June 12th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
SC Village, Raid Paintball Field, TAAG, Extreme Paintball, Blackbeards, Others that I can't remember their names.
Review: Agape fields is a great place for newer players. They're starting to cater to the more advanced, but for now, it's pretty much a newbie field. This is great though because there aren't a lot of places for newbies to go where they wont be creamed by someone shooting 50 balls per second on their $10,000 marker setup. (just a little exaggeration there!) They had three fields and I thing just built their trench field recently. All are very cool fields. I would say their biggest draw would be the village they have. Speed-ball there was so-so. I would definitely recommend this field if you're looking for a fun place to play! I would not recommend this field if you are a tournament team who wants to use it as a practice field. Go to Raid or Blackbeards for that. If you like to put on camo and hide and long-ball your paint, then go to Agape!
 

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