Hell Survivors; a lot different but similar in quality
Lonewolf East; Lonewolf West is much better
Directions to the Field:
Right up M-24, 17 miles north of the Palace, about 7-13 miles south of I-69. Behind a place called Cascaddeon Lounge or something like that.
The best thing about this field is the layout. The field is huge and has a great, hilly terrain. There are tons of bunkers that are beautifully placed and the bunkers are great...alot of good use of sandbags.
The refs were less professional than at Hell Survivors, but they were very nice and helpful. They also would come up with interesting game variations to play. They were a little difficult to get to do paintchecks...mainly because the field was so huge it was hard to find them. They rechronoed everybody part way through...but really should install a tag system similar to what Hell Survivors does AND do the rechrono...too many hot guns out there.
The prices were reasonable. $25 for registration and BYOP. $5 for a 68/4500psi HPA refill.
The players were a good mix, some newbs, some experienced players. The guns were a little too high end for my taste, but the ref did make the players turn off reactive triggers and ramping.
Overall I was very impressed. It was just as fun as Hell Survivors...the field was smaller but a little nicer...you get in more games...and it's BYOP. The disadvantages would be slightly less attention to safety, less professional refs, and sometimes they have a very low turnout and are forced to cancel games.