Wildfire Paintball(Not that close) - Smaller - One FIeld - Which has pros and cons. Seemed to be more fun than playing at Paintball Atlanta.
Directions to the Field:
Directions are on the website but they are not very good directions.
Prices - $80 for 2000 paintballs - Field Paint only.
Staff - Owner, Refs, and staff were indifferent towards the players from what I experienced. Don't seem to care whether you are there or not.
Refs - I would say they were ok but not great and not bad. They didn't treat you very well considering we are customers. Most of the customers were between 13-17 years old from what I saw with a handful of us between 20-40ish.
1. About 5-6 different small fields.
2. Large amount of players.
1.Every time i have been here about 40- 50 players were split into two groups and rotated between the fields for each game with about 15 minutes between games.
Speaking to the owner this is the way it is most of the time but it is occasionally split up into smaller groups depending on the number of refs.
2. You do not get to choose the field you get to play on. Your just forced onto every field.
3. The fields are small and they will shove large numbers of players onto the field instead of working separate fields with smaller numbers.
4. Breaks between games were as long as the games themselves.
Last edited on Wednesday, January 7th, 2009 at 2:14 pm PST