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KillerKaribou Sunday, September 14th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
SMT Paintball, not a bad place but CA Paintball Games has more fields and a better staff.
Review: My first paintball experience was at CA Paintball games, and I was very nervous but they made me feel right at home with nice refs who will chat with you between games and answer your questions, a great staff, good food and awesome fields.

The Fields:

Speedball - A fast paced fun field with 2 main tire bunkers at which the teams start (1 elevated), and many trees, bunkers and wooden baracades to hide behind in between. A great field for your first paintball experience because it gets you right into the action!

The Hill - My personal favourite, this map is located on a steep hill with one large and many small bunkers located at the top in a clearing (facing downward), and a large wooded area at the bottom. One team starts at the top and has to guard a flag located in the main bunker, and the other starts at the bottom and has to climb the hill and get the flag to win. For the first 15 minutes the top team can't go down the hill after the bottom team but as soon as the first 15 minutes is up the top team can go down. The great part of this map is being on the top. You are standing in a bunker shooting an insane amount of paintballs at the people coming up the hill, and mean while tons of paintballs are wizzing over your head from hidden locations down in the woods.

Center Flag - A basic but fun center flag map in which both teams start at opposite ends of the field and have to get the flag in the middle and run it to the opposing teams starting bunker. There are many bunkers for both teams which provide cover for your mad dash to the center flag.

The Village - A small map with many bunkers made out of barrels wood, and little house type thingys. There is a flag in the middle over a well which has to be taken to the opposing teams starting bunker. The opposing teams start point is within range from the very beggining which makes for some fast action, and ALOT of bunkering (ouch!).

High N' Dry or Low N' Wet - This huge woods map features two large bunkers at which each team has their own flag which the other team has to get and take to their own bunker, this map also has thick woods, and bunkers spread spartically throughout it. The best part about this map is the options it presents to you. There are two main ways you can go: Up a hill which keeps you dry but can leave you a big target (the newbies always take this way), or down into the swamp where you are very hard to see and can pick off the people on the hill but are wet. The key to this map is orginization! You have to have a defense team for your flag and some people on the hill and some in the swamp. It can get really neat when you get people lying down in the swamp half submerged in murky water and mud. It's fun to watch people walking up unsuspectingly to the people lying in the swamp only to be nailed when they least expect it!

Anyway this is a great field and I would recomend it to anyone who is looking for a good time with a mix of newbies and experts!! See you there!

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