The Story of Hydra--Part 3

Monday, August 23, 2004 3:58 PM
Just like I promised, here is part three of the Hydra story. Came out on saturday.

They came in masses...

As Hercules the mighty warrior had fallen to the ground, Hydra demanded his removal. Hundreds crowded the hill to remove every vestige that remained of the once proud hero.

The people moved through the area, being careful not to fall into the deep depressions made from the great battle. The hillside was very different than it had been only a day before. Each time the mighty Hercules crashed to the ground, a crater was created.

While the townsfolk cleared the hill, Hydra raised all of its heads and attempted to roar—but couldn’t! During the battle, Hercules had crushed the larynx of the creature! The monster turned with rage and swatted its tail against the ground flattening the peak of the hillside. The townspeople fled to escape the tirade.

Hydra had grown weary from the fight and began to settle in the warm sun. While Hydra slept, the townspeople quickly and quietly constructed a barrier that would separate the vicious being from the rest of the world—at least temporarily. A thin green fence then became all that separated the townspeople from the beast . . .

Not sure if there will be any more but me and my friends sure hope so.

Wednesday, August 25, 2004 2:55 AM
Thank you for sharing these cool stories. If there are more, I will be looking forward to them.

I will not state the obvious clues.

I can't wait for Hydra to wake up.

Wednesday, August 25, 2004 4:11 AM
Looks like this will also (obviously) have no signature Roar that most B&M have. Sounds great, here's to hoping I have my first ride on Hydra next year...
Wednesday, August 25, 2004 9:07 AM
I can't wait until that fence disappears and Hydra is open. . . I'll be there, taming the beast.
Wednesday, August 25, 2004 10:04 AM
Looks like I'm renewing my season pass ....Can't wait. I hope that next year Geuaga Lake is included in the CF season pass.
Thursday, August 26, 2004 9:33 AM
From previous threads it sounds like Hercules was about as painful as Mean Streak so hopefully a clone of Hydra will take her out next :-)

I know it's a long shot but one is allowed to dream of one day walking to the back of the park with the purpose of riding something other than the train.
*** Edited 8/26/2004 1:33:48 PM UTC by Eric J.*** *** Edited 8/26/2004 1:36:36 PM UTC by Eric J.***


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