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DARK_KIDO Sunday, January 20th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: November 22nd, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Splat Camp-My first game of Paintball with my Chruch Group. (I have little to no memory of this field though.)
Review: To start off The Siege has two indoor fields and six outdoor fields. The indoor fields are bad to say the least. City Streets (Indoor) is very slippery and not the best lit area so it can be hard to see some details across the field, but the field is a cool concept, just not exicuted very well. And if its snowing and theres a private party, your stuck to just ONE field for a few hours which gets boreing. The Air Ball field upstairs has recently been redone however I don't like it for one there is no place to put your stuff up there so you have to leave it downstairs in a different room, so if someone came by they could easily steel somthing. Next its not well lit at all, and the bunkers are too small and placed so that the field is too open, thus getting hit off of the break is very very easy.

The outdoor fields are where it gets better though. They have a Hyperball field, X ball field, Tireball field, Flatlands field (the one with the boat) and a new Fort field that I have yet to play on. (and a wooded course with no bunkers but its only for private parties.)

Hyperball field-Easily the worst field there, its really really small and is only good for 1v1 games.

X ball-Best field there, except it is ussually used by Teams so people who aren't on teams ussually don't get to play on this field. Out of my year of going there I was only able to use this field twice. So I wish they had another field like this one for Tourny players and one for people who aren't in a team. Best for 3v3 to 7v7 players.

Tire ball-Its a bunch of gaint truck tires made into a field best for 3v3 to 5v5 players Medium size.

Flatlands-Gaint field could easily support 10v10 players but anything less than 4v4 is do able but a little wierd. One of my favorite fields next to the X ball

The only problem with these fields is when I went one time and the grass was up to your knees becuase the employees neglected to cut it, but that only happend once so its all good.

Prices are good, but great for me (I play pump so 1000 rounds can last me 3, 4 hour outings.)
Admision costs $15, and 500 rounds costs $18 CO2-$2.50, for any size so if you have less than a 20oz tank your kinda getting ripped off in a way but hey most people don't use CO2 as much so...Compressed Air/Nitrogen Tanks-$1 per 1000psi (So 3000psi tank would cost you $3) I can't coment on there rental prices or the quality of there rentails because I have yet have used them.

Refs are friendly and sometimes they let you ref your own games (The people that go there are ussually very friendly and trustworthy.) And take saftey very seriously here.

All in all its a good field but it will leave you wanting more. If they replaced there Tire and Hyper ball fields with some more X ball fields that are same size or larger than there current one, it would be a way better field and if they cleaned up there indoor coarses and renavated the area (its a very old barn house and the indoor courses are NOT heated so its about as cold inside as it is inside these field would instantly be a 10/10 but seeing as how this field has only been around for what? 8-9 years and the place where it is located isn't exactly the most populated area on the planet when it starts getting large and the field starts makeing more money then they might be able to do what I stated above but for now, its a solid 8/10

I also forgot to add that when I went there in August, the employee working the register did not ask to see if I had a wavier on file (waviers are yearly here)
Last edited on Sunday, January 20th, 2008 at 12:31 pm PST
 

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