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robnix Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: September 30th, 2006
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
KC Crusaders
Splat Attack Indoor
ForestFire Paintball
Review: Played on a Saturday afternoon.

The Great - The staff is fantastic, they make a huge effort to make sure that you get to play the way YOU want to play, and not what they think is best. All of them are very nice and did a great job of making the day fun for everyone. There are covered rest areas at both the top and the bottom of the hill that they're on, with air, paint, snack, and drinks at both. That was a huge plus.

The Good - The fields are still in the process of being broken in, so they're a bit incomplete. Given that, there was great variety, and you could see how much potential there is. I'm looking forward to playing here in the future so I can see the changes. The prices were fair, and you can BYOP.

The Bad - Nothing was bad.

The Ugly - No chrono check done.

8 out of 10, but I'll give them a 9 since I know that the fields will get better as time goes on, and that they'll hopefully read this and start doing chrono checks.
Last edited on Wednesday, October 4th, 2006 at 1:08 pm PST

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