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  1. It’s a bit embarrassing to admit but I have never had the guts to do DC Rivals backwards. I still find forward a little nervy but I do love it ! But now I am hoping to get the guts up to finally concur my fear and go backwards. Just wanted to know how other people have psyched themselves up for it or any other terrifying ride experience. Do many of you even find any rides at all scary anymore? And also how is DCR backwards? Like is the drop much different to forwards? Is it scarier or not really. Thats the only thing is the drop backwards. Is there anyway to make it less scary haha.
  2. First time we have travelled to the Gold Coast parks since 2017. We have had a horror run of roller coaster breakdowns. We were at Seaworld yesterday in the loading gates of Leviathan when the ride broke down. The operators allowed us to us their names to get back on later in the day through the fast track queue. At movieworld this morning we went straight to Superman, which was delayed in morning testing due to the press event for the announcement of the new Flash ride. Opening was delayed and once up and going, we were next to go through to the loading gates and the ride broke down. Now we are currently at DC Rivals and there is an issue with ride while we are on the ramp to get on the ride. Not sure whether they will get people on the ride again today or not. Been a horror couple of days for us with the parks coasters. Overall, Dreamworld was quite good, mid sized queues with a max of about 30mins wait. Seaworld was pretty good, Leviathan was the only ride that had a queue of any length. All other rides were 1 or 2 cycle wait. It was a very wet day. Monday and today at Movieworld have been horrendous for wait times. Considered fast pass, but at 150 bucks for 1 ride only on each ride is far too steep. Virtual queue was full the entire day, although we did use it once for Justice League. Wild West was a 2 hour wait. Superman was an hour and a half wait when they got it operating again.
  3. WB MovieWorld Arkham Asylum Recreation moc Ok so after A did the superman escape I just moved the the AH straight after. It was probably not even 20mins when I started it, but then the hard part of it all would begin. Usually when I start to build a coaster it is always a ctr, or game coaster from the game. So when I started this coaster I just used the floorless corkscrew from the game, and.......... Yeah, it was a terrible looking thing. But after sometime finding either a custom ctr or cfr, I was blown away when I found the identical one from here: http://ridesrct.wixsite.com/ridesrct/custom-tracks And there you can also find a load more of cool custom tracks and designs. But part from that here's the video hope you enjoy it and tell me what you think? XD
  4. It will be the tallest element of the coaster and, well, the only theming we've seen so far in the trailer. The Joker's face above the top of the lift hill featured in the DC Rivals' trailer and it's the topic I want to discuss in this post. What do you think about it? I have to say I kind of dislike it. I just prefer to have a "clean" lift hill and drop. The visual aesthetic of this standout element self-suffices imo, and the added Joker stuff seems unnecessary. I find Superman: the Ride (Six Flags New England)'s flat billboard at the entrance of the drop much better - you can see it starting from 1:06 in this video: The coaster as a whole looks so gorgeous. In fact, there's hardly any coaster I can think of that can top off it's overal appearance! I just find the Joker scenery unfortunate. But maybe some of you like it?
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