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  1. Then, nothing.. but it would be fun and give us something to see while we’re stuck inside
  2. So, I know that SeaWorld Entertainment has delayed all coasters from their SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks til' next year, but is it that hard to upload POV's of Iron Gwazi, Pantheon, Icebreaker, Emperor, etc.? Sheesh, Hersheypark gave us theirs, Kings Island gave us theirs. So?
  3. Is anyone excited for skyrush 2 opening this summer at Hersheypark? Or, are you excited for a coaster at a different park?
  4. Does Icebreaker have any theming? Looks like it’s randomly placed somewhere like scream at six flags magic mountain.
  5. So, we all know how much fun lightning rod is (if it’s open and we’re able to ride it), but I’m curious if the reason we haven’t seen more of these launched RMC’s because Dollywood has had so much issue with them. Like, I would’ve loved to see a launched iron gwazi (without the crocodile ‘cause it makes no sense), and it would have been an incredible coaster at Busch gardens Tampa. It seems that Busch gardens just wanted to copy steel vengeance and make it five feet higher for safe and good reviews. Nothing wrong with that, but if they really wanted to grab the attention of us coaster guys and girls, they could’ve built a working launched RMC coaster that focuses on a good layout, rather than just wanting to drop our stomachs and then keep the ride fast paced with minimal inversions. Maybe it’s not possible with the issues that Dollywood has. Thought??
  6. I don't know why so many are excited to have west coast racers open, it's a 10 sec ride. Lol
  7. Totally agree. The crocodile doesn't make sense. Iron Gwazi isn't a bad name, but at least make the logo an iron looking version of the original Gwazi logo. The logo for Iron Gwazi looks so low quality. As a graphic designer of almost 20 years experience, including designing for Orlando theme parks - I'm disappointed in the logo. Like, all their other coaster logos look awesome. I don't understand what happened with the marketing for this.
  8. It's poor marketing and doesn't fit their brand. Makes it look like they hired a marketing team from craigslist. I mean, at least have the logo and theme be the old Gwazi logo but in a steel shiny emblem so it looks like it's made of iron.
  9. Exactly! I'm so confused how a crocodile is the theme of Iron Gwazi. Gwazi means Tiger's head and Lion's body. So.... An African Swahili name meaning beast or something similar would have been better. Like how Kumba means roar. Busch Gardens has failed at naming ever since Cheetah Hunt, which should have been named Cheetaka. Their branding fits so much better with one word names. Their next coaster will be named "Hang Gliding Safari Adventure" and the theme will be a Flamingo, lmao
  10. I'm talking about the feeling you get in your stomach when you drop down a hill.
  11. So, I've never been on a hyper or giga. I don't mind my stomach jumping but I feel like the higher the coaster, the more your stomach jumps. Do hyper and giga coasters rip your stomach out like a drop tower? Or, is it more mild?
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