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walkonking Friday, March 21st, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Tombstone, Jungle Island
Review: SC Village is a huge park and it gives you a lot of different types of fields to play on. Rec ball here is divided into beginner, intermediate, advanced. The fields vary from hills, jungle, buildings, forrest, helicopters, villages, tunnels etc. The advanced game is fast and furious where only the best rec players are able to hang. On advanced the numbers can be 5 on 5 or 40 on 40. A lot of posers try to play on the advanced game with their electros markers and whine when they get lit up. They typically end up sneaking onto the intermediate game or go play the tournament fields where they are more comforatable having their loaders hit. On the other hand many players using spyder and the like hang and play tough on the advanced game. It is truly the place to test your paintball skills. On advanced game they get about 8 games before lunch and about 6 games after lunch. Intermediate games go fairly slow but are geared toward the occasional player with numbers usually 40 to a over 100 players. Begginer games are for rental players. The condition of the fields are rugged but are great in testing your skills. The tournament fields are there for those who are too intimidated to play on the advanced rec fields. Come play it is a blast... jersys not needed

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