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RelativeAsh Monday, March 30th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: March 29th, 2009
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Fox Paintball, The Badlandz, CPX
Review: The team I am on and I went there yesterday for their Castle Siege game. It was unusually cold for this time of year and we even had snow. Because of this turnout was low and the paint (FPO - non winter fill) didn't hold up like it should. Team ESP was defending the castle and we along with the other people that showed up were attacking. Team ESP bested us and showed us their skill. However, they played with integrity and, along with the refs and field workers, always made the game fun. We played exclusively on the castle field. This field is AMAZING...its a good sized field with buildings and bunkers surrounding a giant castle. At half time we had some food and the snack shop has decent food for good prices. I would definitely recommend this field to others. The only non weather related downside was that this field is Field Paint Only. They do not charge as much as CPX but I will always prefer BYOP to FPO. Thank you again to Sherwood Forest, Viper's ref staff, and ESP for a great day of paintball!

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