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brotherballs Wednesday, January 18th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: September 24th, 2005
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
picasso,fireball, on target, topgun, skirmish, emr,
Review: I have gone to all of Pyro's games since the starting of the field.They were good games, maybe small in numbers(under 300)but never short on action..They always offered a reasonable registartion fee, and always more than fair paint prices(most games have 80 to 100 bucks a case!) @60 bucks..Camping was always available,(once even under the high tension towers) and if you got to muddy , or cruddy from camping days there, the indoor showers were a great thing.I like the field, it is 350 acres or something,and lots of various hieghts to play from too, lots of 2 and 3 story towers and props...They actually bussed players out to the starting points and during the game to save you from walking back in (big people like motorized transportation) any way..If you want a good place to play a good game at, try a scenario here, they are the most player friendly field I have ever been to!

Review Comments
ballinpaintz Wednesday, January 25th, 2006 | 8:21 am PST
pyro isnt a field its a production company

Usana is the field

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