Quote: "For starters, the separation between novice (noob) and advanced is a joke. I've never seen so many guys with tricked-out Autocockers, Angels, and other electric markers in a novice game in my life. True, novice is a skill level, however, in my opinion if you want to pay the money to look like "big paintball" you better start playing "big paintball". " I have to agree with wolfs point. actually i would have to agree with everything he said. also that they always seem to want to play hyper ball all the time. (like 3 times a day). Some advanced players like to play with the novice and sometimes it ruins the fun when their not on your team. Other wise i think this is the best field in San Diego. Decent price and the best thing: you can take your own paint. I hate how weekend warriors makes you buy their paint for $100 a case. Velocitys store is also nice. A little pricy though on some stuff. OK for paint. $55 for a case of pmi prems. Beats $100 a case. I heard the store in Poway was bigger and better. So everything owned by velocity is nice. Go there if you have not. It's great.
EDIT: Just went a few weekend ago. havent been there for about 2 years and now i wan to get back into the sport. WOW, compared to last time i went they now have 2 blow up courses. one looks just like what you see the pros playing on. Havent played either of them yet but they look fun. we got 2 refs each time when playing which is cool. a couple more would be nice but they are patrolling what, 4 groups a day? so thats 8 refs right there. i borrowed my friend gun and it was missing the ball stopper but they tech was nice and found one. i dont know why i payed $2 for a used pos. but w/e i got to play. the little store is nice but it charges more than what they charge at their regular stores which is still expensive. 75 cents for o-rings at their regular store and $1 at the field store. just as a side note, i was thinking of buying the tril comp package at their store but it was $50 more. i ended up getting the package with pod pack, oil, o-rings and a drop with the extra $50 i saved. anyways, this field is even cooler than before. oh yea, now they have actual food. before they just had snacks and we would have pizza hut deliver pizza, but now they have people come in with their trailer and they make hot dogs, hamburgers, and burritos. i think thats it but i dunno. i thought that was pretty cool. i think the only thing i can complain about is if your in novice you play crappy fields. we didnt play xbox, the hill, or any of the blow up courses. but i understand this because its novice, it for beginners. ill probably re-get comfortable with it but ill probably move up after 1 or two more times. besides, its like all little kids in novice which bug...anyway, this field is even better than when i went last time. excellent, looks professional.
Last edited on Sunday, November 20th, 2005 at 10:14 pm PST