The high break run seems to me is what it is so that it can clear Dragon Fyre. I'm guessing the
Uhhh... no :) I don't think so anyway. An excuse, maybe. But it's just redunkulous. I don't think Dragon Fire even has many years of 'service life' left in it.
Only enthusiasts would complain about the height of a brake run. Then again, only enthusiasts would complain about a 300 foot B&M.
It's hard to see the design of the ride and not think of what could have been, maybe just a little spice or something:
Of course, it will be nice and fun and I accept it. But geez, it's almost like some Cedar Fair coasters (I-305) are built with no imagination. I know, they are 'not' into novelty stuff, but come on.
It's in a lot of Demonology and Anton LaVey's Satanism stuff. Here is some more info.
Leviathan is also a kick-butt album from the amazing metal band Mastodon!
Yes, A coaster named after one of the four crown princes of hell!!
I suspect that a very small segment of the general public is up on the LaVey teachings and it's generally synonymous for "big ass sea monster".
Aside from the color scheme, it's almost seems odd that there's no water element incorperated into the design for a ride. I'm super excited for this and am a big fan of the B&M restraints. My raised knee PTC technique also applies to these restraints so it can be checked and also allow me to have some sweet air time room.
^ Raised knee on Behemoth is the master plan. ;) The worst is when it locks down mid ride.
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