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j-zilla Monday, November 20th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
4 years
Last There: November 18th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Review: ok, i am posting this because I WAS the general for the Terrorist group during the Scenario. Thats right, i am the same person that in the review below you will read about. Just as a disclaimer on the review below. That didn't quite happen like that. there was a radio mix up. I thought the person on the radio said "wait till the other team gets to there base, then restart" so we was "chilaxin" and 2 people were cleaning their mask out of the base. I admit they should have been in the base, but when i spotted the other team on the hill, i yelled "guys behind us, you two mask on and in base!" so it wasnt like everyone had there masks off


anyways. Treehuggers paintball is one of hte best fields i have played on. True it is the only actaul paintball place i have played on, but KUDOS goes to Paul and everyone else who helps him. He has a wood speedball course (Rec course) another woods course. A tire speedball course, a blow-up field and is working on a castle, a weed field, a barrel field, and has pleny of land to grow on.

The scenario was a lot of fun, but it was our first. so of course there was kinks. We didnt finish the castle, we didnt have enough refs, the safety netting wasnt up, and we were working on the whole field the night before and the morning of. With that said, i know everyone i talked to had fun. We basically combined 6 courses together, with the castle in the middle. All around the castle were bunkers. to the castles north was a weed field that Paul had made paths through, the south was the rec field, the east had the blow-up field then the tire field, and the west had the woods. the two bases were located to the north west and south west of the castle. So hopefully now you can try and understand to scope of the field.

Though i had put my heart and soul into the scenario for a month (thats right, we worked for a month on it, thats why so many things weren't done) i would have to rate the game as an 8 out of 10. it was fun, but room to grow. I plan on putting the next one together in the Spring. Hopefully the castle will be done, the netting up, the bases worked with, and more refs. If you want info on it, my email is brphillips@joink.com
send me something, and i will try to keep you informed. Also any good ideas for objectives or respawn, anything would be muchly appreciated.



as for Treehuggers as a whole, i would give a 9/10. I dont believe in perfect, but Treehuggers and Paul are about as cloase as you can get. prices good, Super-dooper frielndly owner, and always fun times
 

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