You know what would be ground-breaking, if they did it? A giga with a barrel roll downdrop, built by Intamin. Could you imagine?? Something that runs similar to i305 or Millennium Force, but at the predicted height of 355 ft...
Although this is a rather insignificant complaint, I'm not too thrilled about how close that spike will be to Verbolten's 2nd launch portion... I quite enjoyed how isolated it felt.This just feels like the most Roller Coaster Tycoon move ever - keep the park rating up by building roller coaster after roller coaster.
Overall, a quick epic roller coaster, built awkwardly close to another quick epic roller coaster.
Incidentally, building launched shuttle coasters is a quick and easy way to beat almost every scenario in most theme park games. Low costs, high capacity, high Excitement value. Of course, that may not entirely be the case in real life, but of all the park managers out there, there must have been one who's played those games and wondered if the same trick could be pulled off in real life.This just feels like the most Roller Coaster Tycoon move ever - keep the park rating up by building roller coaster after roller coaster.
It's a fan name, but I'm really hoping BGW actually call it that. I mean I'm still gonna call it that even if that's not what the park name it. I bet this project will be delayed though.Is Drachen Spire the actual name? Or is it just a fan nickname?
If it is the actual name, that would be a very cool homage to an interesting element of BGW’s history!