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meatcircus Tuesday, May 27th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: May 26th, 2008
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Battlefront, Pentagon
This field has elements of play the others do not. Check it out for something new.
Review: My first time playing an event here was for their first ever D-Day Scenario game. This was well run for a freshman attempt, and I would like to see them do more scenarios in the future.

I thought Safety was well enforced. You can't chain a players mask down to their face, but everyone was diligent about reminding players to keep masks down. The chronos were easily accessible and right next to entrance to the field, so any going in had to chrono first.

From what we were told the field is normally divided into a few smaller fields. They opened up the entire property for this game. the sections blended together nicely for one huge game. Meatgrinder was really nicely set up. So was the fort, and the smaller forts for the SPPL setup. No complaints.

Chuck (the producer/manager) was constantly present on the field, I saw more of him than anyone else. He was just out there keeping an eye on things. The owner (I think his name was Chuck too) was around asking for suggestions during the lunch break. There were a few good refs, and a few that were a bit clueless. Any paintball player knows it's tough to recruit good refs, because the good ones would rather be playing paintball I think.

Hot dogs, Water, Gatorade, and candy bars were present for a great price (free for the event!). No complaints possible. There isn't a permanent structure on the property, but a large trailer was brought in for air fills, registration, etc. There was lots of parking, and areas to set up canopies, etc.

Bring bug repellent. we played after a heavy rain and the mosquito forces were very formidable. Stay hydrated. There is a lot of field to walk, you can get worn out quick. Also, when you leave, take your trash with you. We noticed a few cars pulling out with empties and wrappers laying around.

Overall, very nice time and I will do it again. Rated 9 of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, May 27th, 2008 at 8:19 am PST

Review Comments
rrpntballer Wednesday, June 18th, 2008 | 9:16 pm PST
yeah i was there with you on axis and you could not have said anything better in this review.
i completely agree with you and the owner is chad who owns the proshop and the field. he is a great guy and has great prices/deals in his proshop in north olmsted

the next scenario game is July 20th, check the website for more details.

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