Kw6sTheatee wrote:I really wished they would reveal the height and length too.
They are catering to people who want an immersive Harry Potter adventure, not a bunch of roller coaster nerds who lather themselves in coaster stats. Honestly, WHO CARES what the height and length is??? Will that make it a better or worse ride? No.
Way to make a first impression on me Mr. Alvey, the legend, which speaks...
Since when was I saying this ride would be better/worse based on its stats? I just want to know how high that spike is and how long the track will be. 50mph is quite a substantial speed for a “family coaster”.
1. The Voyage 2. Intimidator 305 3. Maverick 4. Skyrush 5. Mindbender (Galaxyland) 6. Fury 325 7. Kumba 8. Goliath (Georgia) 9. The Beast 10. Phoenix I’ve ridden 139 Coasters, and have been a coaster enthusiast since 2013.
^ All those trees are definitely going to add to the mystery and excitement as to what is around the bend. Like hiking in a deep forest awaiting what's up ahead. The fear, or joy, of not knowing in other words. Can't wait.
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