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ChristianWitzel Sunday, January 29th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: January 21st, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Jungle Island - Largest Field I've played at
SC Village - good field
Paranoid - too much speedball =\
Review: Alright, heading out there, I got there around...oh, 45 minutes early, and it was dead! So I though, "Oh man, I'm going to be the only one out there!" Then...THEN! Around opening time came around and there was around 50 people there!

Fields:

Town: The field we played first, I was playing with a bunch of Navy guys (Due to the naval station just down the freeway, Lemoore NAS) and we had a blast! This field is one of my most favorite at Agape. It has good structure, it's nice and long, AND it actually requires some strategy to overtake the other team!

WWI (Trenches): This is one of the most innovative fields I've seen! It's set in the WWI era, with one team attacking, and one team defending (They're in the trenches). The defending team has a sniper tower, and the advantage of getting to set up positions in the first network of trenches before the game begins. This is definatly one of the 2 best Fields for the larger groups! Only problem I would have with this course is running into an opponent in the trenches...OUCH! unless they tell you to surrender...which happened to me twice =\ ^_^.

Long Field (Valley): now THIS is the best field for the large groups! Cause the field is nearly 1/4 mile long! It has lots of cover, A bunker at either end, and a Tire fort in the middle! I selected to play on one of the edges (it's a valley, so the edges are elevated) And quickly found out that taking the high ground was KEY in this map! One of the best fields I've ever played!

3-Man Speedball: Well, let's just say this place isn't known for their speedball fields, though they are good. They can use some improvements, but my experience on them wasn't too bad. It's fun except one side of the field tends to be a little outbalanced than the other, but still a fun experience!

10-Man Speedball: This one is FUN! though unbalanced favoring the south end, it's still great! Makes for fast games, and quick shots to the hand...ouch!

The field has 1 or 2 more courses, but I didn't get a chance to play them, I was having so much fun!!! This is definately a must-play field for any rec players in the Fresno/Madera/Lemoore/Hanford area!

Price: Another good point about agape, it's AFFORDABLE! $15 field fee if you have your own marker, $25 for field fee + rental! And they have a shop on site, that isn't exactly "Full" service to my standards, but they have what you need about 90% of the time ^_^.

Service: Excellent, they're strict on the chrono, which I like, nothing over 280FPS allowed onto any field, and the refs are fair, unless they don't catch something, in that case they can't do anything.

Overall: One of the best, family friendly places in Central California!
 

Review Comments
p8baller0 Sunday, July 23rd, 2006 | 10:23 am PST
i completly agree with u this is a awsome family field.dont u think this place can use a little maintance.oh did u hear they are moving thier store
   

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