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  1. My fictional park would be in Wisconsin of course (somewhere outside of Wisconsin Dells would work) and would be called Wisconsin's Great Escape and the roller coasters would be:

     

    Badger: A Gravity Group family coaster (Roar-O-Saurus and Wooden Warrior come to mind)

    Twisting Timbers: An RMC Topper Track (similar to Outlaw Run)

    Puma: A B&M Invert (kind of like Great Bear and Patriot)

    Cheese Cruiser: Zamperla Family Gravity Coaster

    Wild Mouse: Mack or Maurer Wild Mouse

    AirVenture: Vekoma Family Suspended Coaster

    Patriot: Vekoma Bermuda Blitz

    Ursa Major: B&M Hyper Coaster

    Ursa Minor: Zierer Medium Tivoli

    Harley-Davidson Adventure: Zamperla MotoCoaster

    Boomerang: A Vekoma Boomerang, what would it be other than that?

     

    Major Flat Rides would be:

    Borealis: Zamperla Giant Discovery

    Lambeau Loop: Larson Super Loop

    Screaming Eagles: S&S Drop Towers

    Wisconsin River Rapids: Intamin River Rapids

    Paul Bunyan's Log Chute: Hopkins Log Flume

     

    There's also a water park and is free with admission. It's called Great Lakes Water Park and has a Proslide Tornado, a MatRacer, and many other slides.

     

    NOTE: The Park is in an alternate timeline where it's built up over the years and wouldn't open right away with this lineup. Mt. Olympus doesn't exist in this timeline, but this park is Mt. Olympus' replacement. This park is also in competition with Six Flags Great America, and the rivalry between them is fierce. Example: In this timeline, SFGAM builds Goliath as normal, but in 2015 WGA adds Twisted Timbers, which holds the record for most inversions on a wooden coaster with 4. Puma was also built as a response to Batman: The Ride. Ursa Major, however was built specifically with the intent of providing more airtime than Raging Bull. Think of it like Universal and Disney trying to one-up each other by building more impressive rides than the last.

  2. These aren't necessarily the WORST by these manufacturers, these are merely my least favorites.

    B&M- Stand-Up Coasters. I like these ride layouts, problem is I can't STAND these rides because I'm a male and my male parts are down by the bicycle seat. I've only been on Green Lantern @ SFGADV and Apocalypse @ SFA, so maybe the other ones aren't that bad.

    Intamin- I'm not really sure. Maybe Alpine Bobsled? La Vibora isn't too bad because its got inline seating and the lap bar wasn't pulled too far down when I went on it.

    GCI- Wildcat @ Hersheypark. Roar @ SFA is an honorable mention, but I found this to be a rough ride. Obviously it's a wooden coaster, so it's supposed to be rough to some extent. There's tolerable rough to me, like Viper @ SFGAM, but then there's intolerable rough, kind of like Wildcat.

  3. Out of all the coasters I've ridden, here are my favorite coasters by US State.

     

    Wisconsin(home state)- Hades 360

    Illinois- Goliath

    Michigan- Shivering Timbers

    Indiana- Voyage

    Minnesota- Renegade

    New Jersey- El Toro

    Pennsylvania- Skyrush

    Massachusetts- Wicked Cyclone

    Texas- Iron Rattler

    Missouri-American Thunder

    Maryland- Batwing

    New York- Comet

    Florida- Journey To Atlantis

    Georgia- Georgia Cyclone (RIP)

    Kentucky: Lightning Run

  4. First Steel: Back at the Barnyard Hayride, Favorite Steel: Steel Vengeance

    First Wooden: Zippin Pippin @ Bay Beach,Favorite Wooden: El Toro

    First Looping: Corkscrew @ Michigan's Adventure, Favorite Looping: Steel Vengeance

    First Hyper: Raging Bull, Favorite: Steel Vengeance

    First Launched: Joker's Jinx, Favorite: Maverick

    First RMC: Storm Chaser, Favorite: Steel Vengeance

    First B&M: X-Flight @ SFGAM, Favorite: Goliath (SFOG)

    First Intamin: American Eagle, Favorite: El Toro

    First GCI: Roar @ SFA, Favorite: Mystic Timbers

    First Vekoma: Barnstormer @ Disney World Resort, Favorite:

    First CCI: Zach's Zoomer @ Michigan's Adventure, Favorite: Shivering Timbers

    First GG: Zippin Pippin @ Bay Beach, Favorite: Voyage @ Holiday World

  5. If they called it Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth, or Wonder Woman's Golden Lasso, it would make more grammatical sense. That's why I don't like the ride name Riddler Revenge at SFOT. They forgot their possessives. Riddler Revenge is still an amazing ride though. Another bad ride name is Hades 360. I get it, it has a corkscrew now. Any ride name that lacks possessives is a bad ride name.

  6. My Theme Park chain would be called Patriot Parks International. The six parks would be:

     

    Six Flags Great America

    Six Flags Fiesta Texas

    Walibi Holland

    Knott's Berry Farm

    Kings Dominion

    Worlds Of Fun

     

    I tried to place the parks in areas near large cities, and I tried putting them apart enough so they were strategically targeted like how there's one park on the West Coast, one on the East Coast, one in Texas, one in Europe, and one in the Midwest. I also had to replace Elitch Gardens with Worlds of Fun just so I could have 3 CF parks and 3 SF parks (Walibi Holland was formerly operated by SF, so it counts)

  7. Yeah, I was at Mt. Olympus yesterday and Hades 360 easily landed on my Top 10 Wooden Coasters. It's rough, but the pitch-black tunnel is probably one of the best parts on any coaster I've ridden. I got to ride Cyclops in the second-to last row and the airtime was crazy. Operations were obviously slow, but they had 2-person operating crews, so I could understand why. I also got to go to Timber Falls to ride Avalanche/Hellcat and I was the only one on.

  8. Well my first B&M was X-Flight like I mentioned, here the other first B&Ms I've ridden.

    Wing: X-Flight (like I said, it was my first overall)

    Invert: Batman The Ride,SFGAM

    Floorless: Bizarro,SFGADV

    Stand-Up: Green Lantern, SFGADV

    Flying: Superman Ultimate Flight SFGAM

    Hyper: Raging Bull, SFGAM

     

    Haven't gone on a Sit-Down, a Dive, a Family coaster, or a Giga. Hopefully that changes soon.

  9. I've ridden 5 RMCs so far, all of them except for one are in my current top 10.

    1. Wicked Cyclone-Probably best airtime out of any coaster I've ridden. The double down is probably the best element.

    2. Iron Rattler- The interaction with the quarry wall and the tunnel are some of the best moments on any coaster.

    3. New Texas Giant- Also amazing airtime. Not much to say except it was the first.

    4. Storm Chaser- The first RMC I rode. The barrel roll drop is pretty unique and there's airtime.

    5. Goliath- The drop is probably the second best on the RMCs I rode. The dive loop and stall after one another is pretty cool, only problem is it's a bit short.

  10. Time for a redo.

    B&M- Hyper. I've only ridden Raging Bull and Nitro, but Nitro has great airtime and it's also my Favorite B&M.

    RMC- I-Box conversion. 4 out of the 5 RMCs I've ridden are I-Box conversions and all of them are great rides. Wicked Cyclone is probably the best RMC out there in my opinion.

    Intamin- Prefabricated Wooden Coaster. El Toro is my favorite coaster overall, so it's no surprise that the Prefab Woodie is my favorite product from them.

    Zamperla- Giant Discovery. Riddler Revenge at SFOT is the only Giant Discovery I've ridden, but it sure is my favorite flat ride.

    S&S- Free Spin. They're everywhere, I know, but all 4 of the ones I've ridden are pretty fun rides.

    Premier- LIM Coasters. Mr. Freeze Reverse Blast is my third favorite launched coaster behind Thunderbird and Storm Runner respectively, and the Spaghetti Bowl coasters are fun and compact.

    GCI-Millennium Flyers. Probably the best-looking wooden coaster trains that aren't PTC trains. Timberliners do look cool though.

    Vekoma-Flying Dutchman. None of the Vekomas I've ridden have really stood out to me other than Batwing at SFA. Most of them are Boomerangs, SLCs or Junior Coasters.

    PTC- Wooden Coaster trains. They're probably the first thing to come to mind to any Wooden Coaster.

    Schwarzkopf-Looping Coaster. Shockwave is probably the coaster I've pulled the most G-forces on and SooperDooperLooper was probably the ride I've ridden that's aged the best.

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