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  1. In case anyone didn't hear, SWSD passes will be extended one year from their original expiration date. This is honestly a huge relief for me after spending an entire summer in San Diego and not being able to go to the park once with my season pass. I'm not sure if other Seaworld parks are doing this or not. Here's what the email said:
  2. So I just got back from a trip to Vegas this past weekend. I wasn't there for very long but I decided to hit up Adventuredome for a few hours. Here's my review! The park itself is very quaint. Although it's a very impressive size for an indoor theme park, it doesn't feel all that big. That being said, I think the fact that it's indoors is perfect for its location in Las Vegas; I believe it was about 110*F outside the day I was there. The red rock canyon theming feels very well done, and the arcade games throughout the park made it feel like, well, a giant arcade, which I thought was c
  3. The park did say in their instagram comments that Iron Gwazi will not be opening with the park, but to keep your eye out for further updates. This is the post I'm referring to.
  4. Imagine being an entitled enthusiast and getting called out like this...by Don Helbig himself For context, Kings Island posted an article entitled Roller Coaster Terminology 101 written by Don Helbig on their website. It’s kinda cringy but this callout made me laugh.
  5. Also, keep in mind that deals are relatively easy to come by. I've never paid full price to get into Lagoon. Like a lot of other parks, the standard admission rate is higher than what you should be paying to get into the park. I keep my eye out for things like "date night" deals that get you 2 for 1 admission, corporate deals through friends, or deals available in local grocery stores. I know for sure that Costco sells tickets for something like $45, and I think some of the local grocery stores like Smith's and Macey's carry discounted tickets as well. I'm not sure whether or not they're
  6. That's a really cool article! I always seem to forget that FoF was the first magnetically launched coaster (along with its sister at KD). It's a wonder that it was so successful--I mean, the ride's still running nowadays and it's almost on its 25th season.
  7. I honestly forgot that I most likely would have ridden a coaster by now. I actually get pretty distracted during the off-season with school and other hobbies and always surprise myself when I do get to a park with how much I actually like coasters. I'm at home in Ohio right now and if things weren't like they are I probably would have ridden Orion by now . But here we are. Last coaster: Electric Eel, SWSD, Jan 3rd (or something like that).
  8. I haven't ridden too many hypers, but they are definitely my favorite ride type! (gigas are letters) A. Fury 325 1. Diamondback B. Millennium Force 2. Magnum XL-200 3. Nitro 4. Intimidator Carowinds 5. Goliath (SFMM) 6. Fujiyama 7. Son of Beast (I'm assuming rides such as Steel Vengeance, Cannibal, Eejanaika, X2, Valravn, Kingda Ka, TTD, and other 200+ ft rides aren't being counted since they're not really the "hyper" type)
  9. I'm so excited for this! I'm planning on heading out to Florida later this year to get the BGT/SWO credits.
  10. Looks like a fun ride! It looks a little bare themeing-wise right now, but I assume that's going to change?
  11. Completely agree here. Wicked is rough and the restraints are uncomfortable. It's not a bad ride; it has its moments. But, yeah, definitely not even top 3 in the park.
  12. Yeah, and I think I've said it before, but if I had the chance to do Afterburn again with these things in mind I think I'd enjoy it a lot more. I went in with virtually no expectation other than it being several TPR users' favorite invert. My impression was that it was a watered-down Raptor; just about equally as rough (I don't mind a slightly janky B&M, mind you) but with slightly less exciting elements and a slightly shorter ride. I didn't think it was a bad ride, but it definitely didn't blow my mind.
  13. I'm usually pretty good at finding the good in every coaster; I'd rather be on a coaster than not. That being said, if someone could please explain the hype around Afterburn I would very much appreciate it. It was my 6th and most recent B&M invert and falls nicely into place as my 6th favorite B&M invert.
  14. Yes, exactly. Whoever runs the instagram account said the same thing yesterday in a post, for what it's worth.
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