splatfactory=closed but had its goods and its bads
Directions to the Field:
everyone knows where sc is...
Ok sc was the first place i ever went paintballin at. The refs are lacking in number because of the sheer size of the park, but what defines sc are the people that go there. The first time I went i was a complete noob with my spyder imagine and my gravity fed, but my friend and I went and played speedball the whole day. I sucked total ass but everyone was cool and trying to give me some tips. The lack of refs makes scenario totally insane and hilarious to watch in my opinion because no one ever goes out and theres like 100 people with no one moving whatsoever, yet everyone unloads at rocks hoping that someone will pop up and get hit. What I am trying to say by this is that you're lucky if you ever finish a game in scenario, but sometimes its fun to sneak on to the field randomly and run around during the game (you know that one field by the fireball and legoland, though they may have netted the area I am talking about, I don't remember). Well speedball is different because we got like 50 people there and all of them know the rules and are more than happy to ref when they are taking a break. In all the times I've been at sc i have seen 0 refs reffing the speedball fields other than in private groups. SC pretty much invented speedball and it shows from the hyperball to fireball to airball. SC is freakin great for speedball and it can be ok if you're all into scenario which i find as a waste of paint, but totally fun to watch. The people are cool, the refs are good (when you find them), and they got so much scenario you'll get sick of walking back and forth to not finish your games of 100 vs 100 scenario (sometimes its funny to see the beginners group of scenario people because some of them take dm's and ego's just to rain paint on noobs with spyders lol). All in all SC is great for everything and is truly the heart of socal paintball. I personally chose this as my favorite field and think it is great for beginners to learn (you might get 0 people out but you still learn so don't worry) and it is great for the experienced as they can practice against some of the best paintballers out there.
I give SC Village a 10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007 at 9:40 pm PST