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A Mickey Mouse ears shaped loop, a corkscrew,and five cobra rolls. The coaster was built by Vekoma and was very rough. So Disney World had to remove the coaster and sold it for scrap. They used the money from selling the Jar-Jar Binks donkey coaster to build...

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Disney World sold the coaster to King Island as "New Son of Beast". Since the coaster was very rough many people thought New Son of Beast was rougher than the original Son of Beast. So Kings Island demolished the coaster after its first season at the park and to make up for the loss of New Son of Beast they bought Pandemonium from Six Flags Fiesta Texas and renamed it as "Skate Park Spin". They also got Demon Drop from Dorney Park to fill in the empty space left by New Son of Beast...

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Was forced to close all Legoland parks forever and Cedar Fair ended up getting the right to use Lego in their parks so they built the first rideable coaster in the world made from Legos at Cedar Point and called it "Brick Buster". Due to the Legos the coaster was rough and it fell apart after the first day of operation. So Cedar Point ended up selling the Legos from the broken coaster as building sets of Cedar Fair roller coaster models and they were sold at Toys "R" Us stores and Cedar Fair parks as well.

 

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Meanwhile Six Flags Mexico ended up selling The Joker to Darien Lake. Herschend ended up getting rights to use Tony Hawk in their parks so they called Darien Lake's new spinning coaster as "Tony Hawk's Big Spin". Galaxy Theater was demolished for the new coaster and the coaster featured camera in the cars and riders could buy an on-ride photo and/or a video of their ride on Tony Hawk's Big Spin. But in order for Darien Lake to pay for the coaster and the theming and gift shop for it, they had sell Motocoaster to...

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B&M invert that took mind eraser's place, making all the enthusiasts in the area very happy... However, a year or two later, the ride gods decided to swap Canada's Wonderlands Flight Deck (SLC) with theinvert, causing Canadato have TWO spectacular inverts by B&M (there is also one at La Ronde), & Darien lake to have zero .. BUT....

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Darien Lake ended selling the former Flight Deck coaster for scrap metal and bought Cedar Point's Raptor to get back at Canada's Wonderland for taking away their B&M Invert. Meanwhile, Cedar Point bought a Gerstlauer Spinning coaster to replace Raptor and they called it...

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"Dark Streak",but the GP complained to Cedar Point about them having too many coaster that end in "Streak". So Cedar Point ended up renaming Spin Streak as "Pandemonium", but Six Flags threatened to sue Cedar Fair for the use of the name. So Cedar Point decided to sell it to Six Flags Great America where it operated as...

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They ended up with Nightmare at Crack Axle Canyon from The Great Escape and they renamed it "Disaster Transport: The Second Mission". The coaster ended up falling apart leaving Cedar Point with an SBNO coaster in pieces in a space themed building. So Cedar Point bought Zonga to replace it, but in order to put Zonga there they had to get rid of Disaster Transport: The Second Mission for it. Then one rainy day Zonga rusted to the core and crumbled to the ground because it was moved from park to park so many times it had enough. So Cedar Point contacted TOGO from the dead to build a recreation of Six Flags Advenutre's Viper and they went and built it and it was called...

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Steel vennom. This would be the start of Cedar Fair's Six Flags Goliath-esque copycat naming streak, and eventually all their new major coasters were called steel vennom, except for the B&M gigas, which were called...

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Leviathan and Cedar Fair renamed all the Flight Deck coaster as "Talon". Meanwhile Cedar Point's Steel Venom coaster was sent to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom as "Viper" and was put in the place where Zonga, Tony Hawk's Big Spin/Pandemonium, and Superman: Ultimate Flight was. As for Superman: Ultimate Flight, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom sold it to Darien Lake and they put it next to Ride of Steel and they called it "The Great Escape", but many people confused Darien Lake's new coaster with another upstate New York theme park that bears the name, so Darien Lake renamed it "Silverhawk" and it got longer lines than Ride of Steel, but shared the same gift shop as Ride of Steel since it was in the same area is Ride of Steel. Then Darien Lake thought it would be a good idea to rebuild Astroworld's old Batman stand up coaster,but...

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Vekoma SLC that was from Six Flags Astroworld and a Goliath coaster. Meanwhile at Darien Lake they got La Ronde's Cobra coaster and they got rid of Grizzly Run to put in Cobra, but since Darien Lake already had one coaster with a snake's name they decided rename it "Bigfoot: The Ride" to fit in with Rowdy's Ridge. But nobody cared for the coaster and it was sold to Six Flags Fiesta Texas as "Texas Tornado". but Six Flags Fiesta Texas had no room for it, so they had get rid of Pandemonium to make rood for it. Six Flags Fiesta Texas sold their Pandemonium coaster to The Great Escape which had many old coasters from various theme parks like...

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