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TheDan8th1/2 Tuesday, June 5th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: May 27th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Soggie Bottom is in the area, its ok
PEV's is the only other comparable field
Directions
to the Field:
I dont know, my dad drives :)
Review: +++++++Overall Description+++++++
Hands down Warplay is the best woodsball/scenario field in Virginia. I've played here about 5 times since the grand opening (I was there). After experiencing Warplay the only other field I can ever go to is PEV's, and only because they have speedball there. The field design is amazing. They have 4 fields here, which I describe later because some people don't care only on that issue, and a few others maybe coming along including a speedball field. The nice thing is the layout where all these fields are centered around the staging area so you wont kill your feet after the game. They also have constant spawn times here, where you can be missing action only for a maximum of 5 minutes, and then you're back out there again! They also have mortars aimed at key fortified positions that you can call on and they will put in machine gun emplacements later. The prices here are very reasonable, it used to be $15 entry which included all day air but now air is separate for $10. Paint is $35 for Recsport and $45 for Draxxus Blaze. Safety is priority here there are refs visible at every part of the field doing constant paint checks and barrel cover checks when not in play. I am very pleased to see the barrel cover rule enforced so strictly here. Im tired of noob's guns going off and taking one in the foot. There is NO 20 foot rule here (which i consider good to not have) because it would GREATLY diminish the play. Staff and refs are also very helpful, not only with safety but with always having someone ready to fill air or sell paint. They don't necessarily have a proshop where they sell things, but they do have air, paint and good quality rentals in stock (rentals are Tippman A-5's not 98's). Tor and Gunny, the owners, are two of the coolest people Ive ever meet who are in the paintball industry and have huge plans for this already great field.

+++++++Field Descriptions In Depth+++++++
As I said before, Warplay currently has 4 fields. One field is based of a WWII battle with the highlight being a fortified bridge side for defense and a multitude of scattered bunkers for offense. Another is a Vietnam battle called Khe Shan (spelling?) where its a fort surrounded on all sides waiting to be relieved by members from there team all the way across the field. Another is a speedball-esqe field where the play style is like king of the hill with a large bunker being the hill in the center of the field....very intense play on this field. The last isn't completed yet but it is being constructed, so ill count since it is more than just a paper concept. but it's a V-52 rocket field where one side must attack the other and prevent a rocket from being launched.There are a couple of other fields being conceived at this point that i know about, though i don't have very many details. But that's it for the fields!!!

+++++++Conclusion+++++++
Warplay is an incredibly designed and managed field with high hopes for its already incredible design. i give it a 10/10, although most hold back on this field because they know it will get better, i give it a perfect because it already is perfect, it will only surpass that! So, in conclusion, GO TO WARPLAY!!!
Last edited on Tuesday, June 5th, 2007 at 7:10 pm PST
 

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