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davep Sunday, May 21st, 2006
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: May 20th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
SC Village
Field of Fire
Tombstone
Fury
Directions
to the Field:
One thing about the field, is getting to it. It's tucked in the middle of no where, it's in the boonies. You'll have to travel about 20 mintues of up and down dirt roads which wines around, until you get to the place. If you never been there before watch the street signs.
Review: First of all the terrain is great, and there are several large "base-station" bunkers. There is a well constructed tower. The field has no boundaries, except on one side. This allows players to walk way off of what would be normal boundaries at any other field you've played. If that is your type of play then it fine. Also the field is more circular, then rectangular, so their is no real left line, or right line.

The circular field allows them to change starting points, and to mix things up, considering there is only one field. But because of the lack of boundaries the two teams can get easy mixed together, as people go out of normal boundaries, and then come back. If they put in some boundaries lines, this would improve things a lot

I want to play paintball, when people go off it just delays the fun of paintball, and that's gun battles. Also the field doesn't have many small bunkers, there are several cars, dirt holes, and some small wood and black pipes, but most of you're moves will be behind brush. But there are a lot of large base station Bunkers. There aren't many trees except the ones making up the one natural boundry line. Gameplay is in a bowl as are most of the base stations, so you pretty much see everyone running at the start of every game.

Oak Trees? Many of the other reviews mentioned trees. Check the map, go to Google's satellite map you won't see many trees, it not like there in the field, they serve as the field's one boundry line



Last edited on Sunday, May 21st, 2006 at 1:37 pm PST
 

Review Comments
airencracken Monday, May 22nd, 2006 | 8:36 pm PST
Dispute:
The field has boundries they're just far away and take a bit of hiking to get to; for instance one of the boundries (marked off with orange mesh) is over the hill. The oaks aren't a boundry they are playable, in fact there are lots of tucked away hiding spots and a bunker or two in the oaks.
   

e-dawg Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006 | 9:10 am PST
Dispute:
Yeah I was a bit confused when I was there but there are oaks on the playing field. The oaks are the large bushes when you first walk in ,or vietnam! Yeah and believe me ,I would know cuz I was shot in there! There was also a boundary which was marked with orange construction mesh, its just at the top of the ridge.
Last edited on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006 at 9:14 am PST
   

davep Sunday, May 28th, 2006 | 5:45 pm PST
Let be straight about the Oak Trees they're off to the side, bunched together, in one area. It's not like the these trees are spread throughout the field, there just in one small area in relation to the other arces and arces of the field.

Don't take my word go the and see for yourself, at Google maps. Click the map link here on pbreview

On the issue of field play and the boundries, as airencraken posted:

The field has boundries they're just far away and take a bit of hiking to get to

If like to go on a hike before playing paintball, then knock yourself out.
Last edited on Sunday, May 28th, 2006 at 8:49 pm PST
   

STORMIN NORMAN Thursday, May 10th, 2007 | 8:58 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by davep
Let be straight about the Oak Trees they're off to the side, bunched together, in one area. It's not like the these trees are spread throughout the field, there just in one small area in relation to the other arces and arces of the field.

Don't take my word go the and see for yourself, at Google maps. Click the map link here on pbreview

On the issue of field play and the boundries, as airencraken posted:

The field has boundries they're just far away and take a bit of hiking to get to

If like to go on a hike before playing paintball, then knock yourself out.


He never said the oak trees were spread out, infact he said "The oaks are the large bushes when you first walk in". You are right there are none actually spread out around the field. But you are allowed to play in the oak trees. ( Its really fun if you can get a couple squads together and have 1 sniper squad get up on the big hill to pick guys off while you have one other squad move through the oaks and storm their bunkers ) :P
   

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