Originally Posted by OleManKraus
everytime that we've been there, it's been 80-90% our team and a couple of the local ballers that won't play in the woods just speedball. then they'd rather hang out in the trailer or at their cars then play ball. Has some potential there to be a good field but major changes need to take place before we can set up a day of play there.
I'm one of them.. I don't have a job and can afford a case of paint every couple of weeks, and woodsball burns through more paint (at least for me) than playing hopper on speed/hyperball.
Major changes like what? People playing how you want to play?
I know that when I go out there when there are a lot of people, I tend to just be an extra body to balance teams or I ref games.
I know that last year when you all came out it was great fun, but you kept getting "butt-hurt" (for lack of better descriptor) that some of us reffed and got on my case because Matt gave me a ride there.. TJ asks us to ref sometimes, and we sort of work there (free air and entry). That particular day TJ had me ref some games so there'd be more than one out in the woods.
You have a job right? So you pay your bills, have fun, and then still have a little left for paintball, correct?
Some people don't have jobs, and don't make enough to buy paint to play tons of games. Causing them cut back on games, or just play gametypes that require less paint for their style.
I curious what these elusive "major changes" are though, knowing them could help make Inferno a better field.