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  1. 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
  2. So a little later after creating the Green Lantern, I decided it was time to start on the Superman Escape. This would be were the true fun would begin. Now, I've built this coaster a number of times in the past. But every time I build it, I just feel like it doesn't look how it should look with the right angles and such. So the hardest part about this coaster was mostly, just the curves and well, everything. I started designing this moc around just a few or so weeks after the GL. And the coaster was really just the coaster when I started the process. See when I start a coaster, I start a bit o
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