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NickPostoloff Wednesday, December 31st, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
I have played at a few other fields and I have not found a field yet that can compare with this one.
Review: I just started playing paintball in the spring of 2003, and I really have enjoyed going to this field. If you are looking for a great place for woodsball, speedball, and other things, then this is the place to check out. I have not had a bad expirence there yet, and everyone is really nice to you. If you need something, just ask around and someone is likely to have it. The owners are very nice people who are willing to help you if you need help. Their prices are good, very good a matter of fact. Their rental equiptment is $10 (I'm pretty sure) and that includes a semi-auto Tippmann 98, a CO2, and 100 rounds of paintballs. So all together it will run you $20 if you have to rent, excluding the paintballs (besides the 100). I really appreciate someone to have a field like this around a small city. I know people that drive a little ways to play at Apocalypse. If you are ever looking for a new place to come paintballing, I would recommend to come to Apocalypse to give it a try. Also I would like to add that their price for open play is very good, only 10 bucks, and that includes air/CO2 for free all day. Play lasts from Noon to Four (usually, but it can run over) on Sundays. Also I read somewhere about how people wipe at Apocalypse, and that might happen, but if you KNOW someone wiped, you can tell the refs after the game and action will be taken. Usually that person will be watched carefully next game. And if they see you wipe, then you might just be forced to sit out a game or two.

Woodsball-You play capture the flag/eliminate the other team, or medic sometimes, which is basically like freeze tag. If you get hit, then you yell medic, and your team mates will come and un-freeze you.

Speedball-Very fun, nice bunkers, neat to watch too.

Ambush-One team hides, and the other team goes and finds them. One of non-hiding people has to make it across a bridge. Has a nice stream running through the course to make it more difficult/fun too. Usually play in late fall when weeds are high.

Swamp-Interesting course. Usually play during the summer when it is dried out. It is basically a huge flat land, with nothing but trees (and some bunkers) protecting you. This is always fun to play on, because you can see the other team from the start, but you can't reach them (maybe with a flatline, but it probably wont break, but weirder things have happened). It's kind of like a speedball/woodsball game mixed. Speedball, because you can see them when you start, and it's flat. Woodsball, because you have a woody area. The difference between woods and swamp is there is no brush. Even though it may not sound like a big deal, it makes a big difference.
Last edited on Thursday, January 1st, 2004 at 3:00 pm PST
 

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