I agree there. B&M may call it a giga but it is basically a taller and faster hyper. There is near to no point for this coaster as they already Behemoth.LiveForTheLaunch said:Okay so it's a Giga and it looks sweet and I'm happy it's in one of my home parks but what the Hell is the point of it? It's literally Behemoth in an L shape.
It's not named after a book series, it and the book series are both (unrelated) references to mythology in ancient Jewish texts. I had never heard of that book series, and honestly I'm surprised people thought that was the connection instead of just looking up Leviathan on Wikipedia and seeing a picture of Behemoth and Leviathan together.Intricks said:I'm almost certain this is not going to be named after a book series. The names are coincidental with the books...nothing more. Cedar Fair doesn't have that type of intelligence when it comes to naming things, nor that depth of insight either.
um relax dude. I was the one defending the ride and saying it was gonna be unique and different. I was saying its a big bad, NEW version of the hypers. its a new thing > its a B&M giga!!! Its gonna be different than the hypers and I was the one arguing that from the beginning!Intricks said:Seriously, to go out there and say it is a glorified hyper is just rude. If you want to classify this as a glorified hyper, then MF, I305, SD2k should be as well. The entire beginning reminds me of MF, but after the first hill, it becomes its own beast. Ive seen Behemoth, and this looks nothing like it.
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