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bisquit_1125 Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: November 19th, 2005
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
No other fields in the area except for outlaw up in whitehills.
Review: This is the third time I've written a review on frontline. I will try to make this one the best.

The original Frontline paintball was run out of Fairway's golf. After fairway's closed, Frontline moved into a spot on Topsail road. After a year they closed down that field and started to build their new field. The new field is the best yet. It's on a dirt road (Duffet's road) on the TCH. If you're coming out of the city, you have to go past it, get on the Cochrane pond overpass (watch for potholes!), and come back towards the city. Once you pull into the parking lot, you see all these little train car like buildings. They're actually Chinese antartic expidetion homes. Neat, eh?

They're are four fields.
The speedball field: Woodchip covered ground makes for a softer sliding surface. Inflatable speedball bunkers.

Three-man Woodsball: Can play more than three b'ys. Original log barriers and forts. I usulally get trapped by firefights out on the path.

Scenario: You have to play this field! It has a big octagonal fort on one end and a city of green barriers on the other. In between is everything from briges to barriers to tire bunkers!

Road: The service road from the parking lot to the safe area. Makes you quite paranoid. There's the old classic bus to hide in, little valley's and tire stacks. (Jump in and become the human turret!)

Now for the field service...

Markers: Piranha field rental or Whinchester semi-auto. the whinchester's are pure crap. sorry tom...
The service is great, everyone is willing to help everyone. But a word to the wise, if you have a game at 3:30, arrive about quarter after three and expect some A#$%*lE to hold everything jup cause he can't decide how much paint he want's to pay for or he can't find his coveralls or something.


EDIT: Febuary 3rd, 3006:
Frontline has opened an indoor field! Woot!
The new indoor feild is located in Pearl Place, Mount Pearl. The proshop and repair shop are going to move out of the old house on Topsail road to here. I haven't been there in awhile, but I've been told the place is amazing now. When I was there the place was in need of some repairs, a designer, a moving crew and A HEATER! God, it was freezing! The field is indoor speedball, really sweet. Makes for some intense games. Couple of notes, it's FPO and you're only allowed to shoot rampage white paintballs, Speed limit is 225 FPS, and you're only allowed 50 paintballs/game. If you're one of those people who just can't go into a game without a million paintballs and you're electro set to bust, go home. Yes, get back in your car and go home, watch the OC or eat pizza or something. Wait 'till you can play the outdoor field. There's a paint limit so the floor dosen't get too slippery. Also, you might want to consider picking up a cheap pair of kneepads from Canadian Tire or somewhere, it's a concrete floor. And nothing ruins you're game like dropping to a slide on your knees and yelling "OWIE!"
Last edited on Friday, February 3rd, 2006 at 1:47 pm PST

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