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kn7 Monday, September 12th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
6 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Hellhounds - Part of Frontline but I haven't played there and I don't know where it is (Frontline is closer according to the distance "thing"(sorry, can't think of it right now for some odd reason;)) on this website.
Review: This field is truly amazing. They have 4 fields - 1 Speedball, 1 Scenario, and 2 Woodsball fields (Small fort and the Road). Personally I think the Speedball and Road really are sweet.
If you are playing with 12-28, the Scenario field is really intense. It is really big with a Big Log Fort at the South-West end (SW to the Safe Area/ NE to the parking lot) In the scenario, there is lots of natural cover with artifical cover as well. There are rivers, bridges and more things that really heat up the game.
I do not paticularly love the "Small Fort" field because people on my team never cover me very well and I have only played starting on one side. That is not the field's fault though. The "Small Fort" field is still challenging, with lots of cover. But I think the team that starts on the far side has an advantage because, if you run up a bit on the far side you can get a lot of cover and can pin the other team down. If you run a bit when you are on the team on the near side of the field, you will be in the middle of an open area which means you are instantly out because of the dozens of paintball that are flying at you. But the good thing about starting on the near side of the "Small Fort" field is that you can flank amazing well. So really the field is evened up because of that. It can be a pretty damn good fight.
The "Road" field is my 2nd favorite (After the speedball). The road is actually the path from the parking lot to the Safe Area. When you play there, it is very interesting because there is are many different types of bunkers. On this field there is an area which has planks of wood standing upright. This can be very good cover for one of the teams and can be used to flank the same team if you are on the other team. More highlights include: A Old Bus, Loads of cover, the sides are in the woods, the middle has lots of cover but is a little bit open. The mixture of all the things on this field lead to quite a fantastic game. On the "Road", you never know what team is going to win.
Last but not least, The Speedball(Airball) field. This field is my favorite for many reasons. One reason is that you can see everybody on the field. But that doesn't mean it is easy to hit them! There is lots of different inflatable bunkeres including: "Tacos"(Don't know why everybody calls them that), "Cylinders", and many other "Objects" that cover you well. On the speedball field there is also a Snake and a "Rocket-Ship" shaped bunker in the middle of the field (They didn't get a "X" bunker because the field was their own design).

Overall, this field is definately a great place to be. Since there is like only one other field in the St. John's area (Hellhounds - as said before part of Frontline). It is very fun place and the service here is great. Not to mention the prices arn't that bad. Although they could improve.
I give it 9.5 out of 10 (Rounded to 10) because of the costs. Other than that, this field is superb.

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