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B00GEYMAN Monday, July 19th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: July 18th, 2010
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Davis Paintball
Review: This is my first impressions of my day at paintball jungle:

THE FIELD(s) (10/10):
Although I did pass by the airball and speedball fields, and they looked nice and all, I spent most of my time on the large field playing the bigger games. I got to say, best field I've seen (even from a few total hours of scanning through woodsball fields on youtube.). This field is a thick forrest with some good cover scatters throughout, and on either side of the map is a base which has defensive fortications all over it (including trenches and sniper towers :D ). There is plenty of shade so this place is pretty cool.

Well first thing I noticed was that many of the players were really nice and willing to use strategy and teamwork if suggested. Our team won a few games clearly by communicating and working together. IF YOU'VE EVER READ ANY OTHER REVIEWS OF THIS PLACE YOU'VE PROBABLY HEARD THAT MOST HORNET PLAYERS WIPE. To be honest, I witnessed none of this shenanigans, I played a couple games with hornets on my team and didn't see any of them wiping. You might have also heard of the Famous big game of the day: Beeswax. This is where all the hornet players vs. everyone else. The man with the beard (appearing to be the team leader) had mentioned earlier that they had lost to customers the last couple games; However, when we all assembled for briefing before the beeswax game, the hornet team leader said that "alot of the customer players looked like noobs and wouldn't stand a chance". To be honest I didn't agree with this, and believe that the team leader just wanted to retain the good name of his team by skip the beeswax game for standard games. This was VERY disappointing.

VALUE (8/10):
This place is the most premium field within 90 miles I'd say. Admission is $20, Air is $10, and you are charged $15 if you don't buy any paint. $45 at first seemed like it was totally out of my budget, but after playing there I'd say (for me) it was worth it. If you have a large budget, this is a great place to make your weekly paintball stop. However, if you go every OTHER sunday (you'll have to call to ask which sunday it is), there are particularly larger games that also host raffles where everyone gets raffle tickets (and are eligible to get more tickets by capturing flags in ctf), raffle prizes seem to include an ion brand gun, and various ammounts of different paint balls. You can only be eligible to get extra raffle tickets if you buy their paint though... (some people have a billion tickets and win like half the prizes.)

In Conclusion:
I came into this field with expectations that everyone would be paint wipers and poor sports as some reviewers said. I was pleasantly suprised at the sportsmanship and kindness of all the players and staff. Overall, when I get a job, I plan on making this place my regular paintball place. (except for when other fields have large events like davis's once a month thing)


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