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legion Friday, June 27th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: N/A
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Challenge Park
Realms of Ruin
Review: This is my home field and I have been playing there for three years. During the last year all of the fields (3 wooded and 3 speedball) have been reworked to some degree (the speedball fields don't even resemble last year's set up). Paint price is on the high end of the scale, and the paint sold varies from week to week. Some weeks its this horrible unbranded stuff from Canada, other weeks it is RPS Premium or Inferno. The funny thing is, I find that I spend less money and play more at this field than other fields with higher admission and lower paint prices.

Safety and having fun are the primary concerns of the staff. The results of this are strict adherence to rules like barrel plugs must be in in staging areas and goggles must be worn in playing areas. Also, the staff is concerned about new players being dominated by seasoned players and attempts to segregate playing groups accordingly. Because most of the money is made from paint, the staff is also concerned about keeping you on the playing field for as long as possible.

On any given day, you are likely to see a church group, a pro team, and a pickup game going on all at the same time with the various groups discussing equipment and strategy between rounds.

The rental equipment is G2 Piranhas or PMI Trracer Pumps.

This is by far the best field I have played at, but there are some minor areas for improvement.

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