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Siress Thursday, August 17th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: June 12th, 2006
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Regulators Outpost -Now PB&More
A-1 PB
Big Daddys PB
Southern Guns
PB Atl
Paintball planet
Bear Claw <- best scenario field in the world.
Review: As far as convience of use, nothing can compair. Completely indoors for those that can't man the outdoors or just don't want to. However, the indoor fields are dismally small. The Angel field is the best one there if they'd keep the bunkers inflated through out the day, as they seem to leak. The wooded field is tiny, I can just almost see from one side to the other. One good sprint would take you completely around the field but there's enough crap in the way to keep that from happening...most of the time. Then you get to the players though. They cater to the kids that blow all of mommys and daddys money on every little thing in sight, spewing paint as fast as they can because that some how makes them better, cheating left and right even directly in front of the spectators, refs are lathargic every time I've been but very helpful getting games started and keeping things safe (which is all they really must do at a ref field to be great refs, imho) but catering to these types of players will forever turn me away. I'll only go to Insane when I have a group of friends or honest players that play aside from the regular crowd. I know cheating can happen any where, but when it happens at most fields they'll crush the offender. I've seen people set up execution style for every player on the oposing team to let lose a furry of paint to make sure they remember that it should only take one ball to eliminate them. Not condoning that, by any means, but do SOMETHING to prevent cheating.

Jared seems like a really nice guy, with a fairly sharp business mind, but I hope he realizes he can only cater to the new players for so long before there aren't enough of them left to pay the bills. People will move on to better fields after being cheated out of games over and over. 7/10

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