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  1. Chances are, they will get sold off to other parks. Don't be surprised if all those RCDB entries get updated within a year.
  2. ...Uhhhhhhh What am I looking at? The top picture specifically.
  3. Knightmare really did not deserve to die. From the POVs I've seen, it looked just as fun as most any other Schwarzkopf. As someone who's ridden two Schwarzkopf coasters plus one of his flat rides, it's always sad to see these coasters go. Even if left abandoned in a field for about eight years. I hope today's parks will treat their old Schwarzkopf rides coasters with utmost respect. And from what I've seen, they have been for the most part doing just that. Rest in peace, Knightmare. The coaster community remembers you.
  4. You know? I actually think maybe an RMC Raptor would be a good fit for a place that wants an extreme coaster but isn't an amusement park. Like a water park, a zoo, or maybe even a shopping mall.
  5. Oktoberfest may very well be my dream park. Olympia Looping is only the tip of the iceberg.
  6. So far, this park very much reminds me of the kind of rides I would build back when I used to play RCT2 and the desert theme is nice too. The "what if" scenario of Meisho building a coaster into the United States is very interesting, can't say I have thought of it before. And finally, Rustler is a really nice looking Arrow Suspended coaster! Really think you did a great job with that ride.
  7. Excellent report. It's safe to say this is the first park I'm gonna give a go at assuming I can make it to the United Kingdom.
  8. Justification? Universal thinks the GP does not have the time or energy to be responsible, so the parks will take charge instead. Or so I think. Would be nice if an employee could shed some light on this.
  9. If I remember correctly, that was nothing official. Was a fanboy that was ambitious during TTD’s construction. We need a ride like that in a Florida park.
  10. 2017 will forever mark a paradigm shift in Florida's theme parks in general, but perhaps Universal has been most affected. Many classic attractions are leaving this year as we speak. Disaster in particular did not need to go. That being said and all........ I think it's time for Florida's parks to change, even if only to a small extent. Dark rides in general get stale for me very fast, and in many cases they do not age well with time, unless they are by Disney. Even Disney has trouble keeping their dark rides from being stale. But I feel like the classic Universal attractions for the
  11. Even then, they would never dare to list a Larson Superloop.
  12. MACK always makes amazing water rides. As a result, I was excited about Pulsar as soon as it was announced.
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