It is uncanny how many oddball situations TimberRider has experienced first hand. Truly uncanny.
If Timber-Rider ever got into an argument with the PointGuru guy over at PointBuzz, I don't think the internet itself could contain it. Pray this never happens...
Parallel lines on a slow decline.
But what if they are one and the same?
And all this time, I thought MCBR's existed to piss off enthusiasts, and make the ending of rides "boring".
See, that's why I'm glad GateKeeper's not-quite-midcourse brake isn't enabled during regular runs, because it proves that GK's ending is boring all on its own. ;)
Well, to be fair, the ending of the layout has to designed so it can be completed from a full stop at the MCBR, so even if the MCBR isn't on, it still affects the layout.
Edit: Although now that I think about it, that *should* mean the second half elements are all smaller and would be more intense taken at full speed. But in practice, rides like Talon, B:TR, and Afterburn do pack quite a punch right up the brakes, so what do I know?Last edited by ApolloAndy, Saturday, May 18, 2013 6:48 PM
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
They seem to only do a light touch on that ride. I don't find it to be particularly disruptive. They definitely did the bare minimum there. I've seen it go from a dead stop there, and it moves awfully slow to the final brakes.
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