coasterfreak101 wrote:b&mforever wrote:There was definitely something that changed over the course of development. The beginning of the brake run is taller than dragon fire which is 78 feet tall. That means this brake run starts even higher than that (closer to 100 feet). Unless there was some weird circumstance where they changed plans they never would have designed the brakerun to start at that height.
[super important picture of tall brake run which determines the future of roller coasters]
This is higher than most B&M MCBR's.
You're kidding, right? You just posted a picture in which the super-tall brake run CLEARLY has something it needs to be built over. And it's taller than most B&M mid-courses because, oh, I don't know, this ride is taller than all of those rides, double or triple a lot of them? And it is the ride's mid-course. Since you're a Paint Engineer, you'd think you would understand that the flat portion of Leviathan's brake run serves as an MCBR to allow another train to crest the lift safely. I guess the degree you have doesn't make that clear.
The comment might have been ill judged, but chill out a bit with the flaming.