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NIIDeep Wednesday, March 26th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
This is the first outdoor field I've played in Northern Cal. I've been out of the game for awhile but I used to play SC Village when I lived in Southern Cal.
Review: We held a company team building activity here with about 25 people. The first thing Don and David stressed when we got there was safety. And they're pretty strict on that which is a good thing. This was my first time playing after years of being out of the game. I've played at a several different places elsewhere before. And my biggest gripe then was the inconsistent and low budget equipment that some places rent. I was VERY impressed and happy to see NFinite Edge's standard rental marker is an Autococker (Trilogy?). In addition, they offer great quality masks that don't fog up (hate it when that happens) and have good face coverage. They even have masks to accommodate people who wear glasses. I guess they want to make sure no one gets excluded from the fun. Camo body suits are available as well. Don, the manager, is a friendly guy that made every effort to ensure we had an awesome time. And he's a great patriot. Marine Corp. Hoorah! David was an awesome referee, making sure no one go hurt and that we were all having a good time. We had some female players and they were all treated well. As for play, we pretty much played all the fields available there except for hyper/speed ball. All fields were laid out well, had good strategic cover, challenging, and fun to play. Lots of hilly terrain to maneuver through.. a good workout. What do you expect with 350 acres? “No boundaries” was pretty much the theme for the day. At the end of 4-5 hours of play with well planned breaks in between, the two teams were exhausted but content, each with their red badges of courage. Again I have to reiterate that Don and David were just awesome. They really hooked up us up. Thanks guys. This is a great family owned and family orientated field. They welcome all players of all skills. Safety and your ability to have fun is job #1 for them. Thanks for the awesome p-ball experience. Feedback from my employees were pretty much along the lines of, “This was one the best team building events ever.” Some even wanted to go back the next day. Needless to say, we will be back….

Fields (played mostly capture the flag and center flag):
Evil - Large field on the side of the Hill, out in the open. Coverage is mostly various barricades and wooden structures. Fun for no nonsense straight up skirmishes.

Ravine - Field is, as it says, in a Ravine (or gulley). Play can be lengtthwise, running the length of the ravine or from width wise where teams stop at the tops of either end and funnel down towards the gulley. Lots of coveage by trees (shadow areas) and barriers made with natural elements. There's a stream that runs down the length of the field that's crossable. Very cool terrain.

Village - Great close quarters skirmishes. Prepare to blow through a couple of pods here. Typically center flag game. Small "village" area located high on a hill, surround by fairly rough terrain below. Lot's of natural bunkers. Not much running and gunnin' here. Pretty much dig in and creep forward. But great opportunity to go Commando for the center flag and run it to the other team's HQ. We had a few "so close but no win" as players made last ditch efforts to get to the checkpoint, only to be gunned down in cross fire from a solid defense. "Light'em up boys!"

David's "Special" - A field located behind Village. Maze like with natural bunkers all over. Lots of hi to low vantage points. Not a run and gun field either. Dig in and take out the other team opportunistically. If you're up to the work out, you can manuveur the rough terrain for a flanking move. But by then you may be too tired. Wooded area.
Last edited on Thursday, March 27th, 2008 at 10:48 pm PST
 

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