The Paintball Asylumfun place to play also very good in price cannot complain really about anything just wish it was a little closer..... staff is also excellent very good with helping you out cant wait to get back up...
fun place to play also very good in price cannot complain really about anything just wish it was a little closer..... staff is also excellent very good with helping you out cant wait to get back up there
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The Paintball AsylumA while ago, I know this field used to have the airball field, but they no longer do. Also I saw on the page it said they had BYOP and fill up to 4.5 which they no longer do for both now that was...
A while ago, I know this field used to have the airball field, but they no longer do. Also I saw on the page it said they had BYOP and fill up to 4.5 which they no longer do for both now that was cleaning up details here is the review:
I have been coming to this field for about 3 or so years now and I love it. This is THE CHEAPEST hands down place to play. For $54 you get all day air, and rentals along with half a case. They also sell a case for $60 and when I was down there it was Evil paint. Fields or at least the ones I can remember
Tire- This field is my favorite due to its smallness. More than anything this is the least woodsball field they have. Immediately you find action as the whistle blows and constantly find yourself behind some tires hearing the sounds of paintballs hitting you. The smallest field they have yet the most fun. The games played here are usually either just a standard game your hit and out or paint or paint. Basically this is your last game, you call yourself out when you run out of paint or when you can no longer stand the pain.
Asylum- This field is medium sized. On one end is the facade of the castle, on the other end are stacks of rocks, logs, and plywood shaped into triangles and such. The only game type ive ever played was capture the castle. One team has the objective to get everyone behind the castle wall out while the team behind the castle has the objective to keep it but are not allowed to leave behind the wall.
Creek- I really dont know the names to any other fields so Ill just call them by whatever. This field is divided in two by a stream. Both sides have a lot of cover to move to, but I havent played on it that often. The game types I have played on here are Zombies, two zombies start out and if they shoot someone they become a zombie, but if you shoot a zombie in the head they are out, capture the flag, where the flag is situated right near the creek, and standard "deathmatch"
New field- I think this field was built with a coexisting field which had a dry creek run all the way to both sides of the field. I always enjoyed trying to get up the creek prone and flanking everyone but it usually never worked. I have only played on the new field once and it seemed a lot bigger than all the other fields, which are mostly medium sized besides the tire field. This is a standard woodsball field. In the center there is this huge bush which usually hides people running across to the other side of the field. Once again the field is seperated by...I cant remember but on the start of one side you can either choose to go to the left and if you continue ahead leads to the bush, or you can go right which leads to the spawn of the other team. I played once and it was kind of hard to play seeing as I had no idea how the field was set up but overall fun.
I love Asylum this is the only field I go to. The refs are nice and so is the staff to the pro shop, which are usually just refs. There is also a pizza place to eat next door. Ill be coming to this field for awhile and can only hope that they add an airball field that the state doesnt want to tax them on.