Ferox Clinic At Scenario Field D-19 Gasselte Holland

When we arrived at the D-19 field we all grabbed our gear bags and headed to the clubhouse to get changed. Since several of our players play with Dyecam it was great to test it out in the woods. There were already a bunch of scenario players ready to hit the field. After we got ready to hit the field we showed off the Rail, Reflex and DM12. Hidde answered any questions about the markers and explained the differences about the 3 models. Some scenario players now own a Reflex or Rail and were very enthusiastic about it!

Now it was time to hit the field and show the scenario players that these markers are worth every penny! Ferox was divided in 2 and joined the 2 teams.  Most of the Ferox players had not seen this field so it was very cool play that first game! We only played on a small piece of the field because otherwise the field was just to big! There were several small buildings on the field and they kept the field as natural as it could be. No artificial created bunkers, just small hills, trees, small bridges and small building to hide. The fact that it was snowing made it even more fun!  The water was frozen so the ice could be used as well to create a nice ambush!

After we played several games on the supair field it was time to hang out with the scenario players, have a good lunch and help players to tech there markers if necessary. Because there was enthusiasm for a group picture We made a group picture with the Ferox players and scenario players of D19. Then it was time to play some more games before the day came to an end! It was very cool for us to play some woods, since we only play supair! We had a lot of fun at D19 Gasselte, the people were really hospitable and friendly. We will definitely be playing some woodsball again at D19 when we get time for it!

We want to thank Bart, owner of D19 and Yilkee for his awesome photos of this day!

Team Ferox Rotterdam
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D19 site www.d19.nl
Photo’s www.yilkee.net

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