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Old April 19th, 2007, 18:26   #41
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Originally Posted by Brian McIlmoyle View Post
The place in MB uses a buy time in 45 minute chunks .. I thnk it is $15 / 45 minute chunk..
So for 4 hours play it would be $80
The place in Manitoba also includes a limited amount of ammo and gas (if necessary) in that price, too.

Originally Posted by trict
Multiple stories would require high ceilings on the building and could become an insurance issue, those structures would have to be permanent, but it's something to look into.
I suggest you look into the legality of this, with regards to fire codes. I know that in Winnipeg part of the reason 2-story structures were kiboshed was because of the fire code, and accessibility for the disabled (wheelchairs) IIRC.

Originally Posted by trict
The Winnipeg field has a permanent setup I believe. Now we don't think that's ideal because it would get boring quickly and once again you wouldn't want to come back after a while, so a modular field would be the solution for this, but there's so much more that could be done, so that's why we're here asking, what else would you want to see.
Whereas the floorplan at Xtreme Tactics is relatively static, it's designed so walls can be moved, windows and doors can be made permanently open or closed to change routes and access points, etc. Structures are moved around on a regular basis, lighting doesn't get stale. Gord gets an awful lot of repeat business, and not just from MAA/ASC members - he gets a lot of repeat walk-ins...
Originally Posted by TokyoSeven View Post
That was a very bad move on your behalf. Sort of like cutting off your foot for money, but not getting the money first and then letting the person with the money run away.
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