Its too far in the future to be talking about this, If there is no proof or announcement from the company this post would end now, and not end up like the "Geagua Lake, 2 addmissions" which ended up 2 pages long just to find out its 2 parks for one admission which we already knew, so I think this topic should close. Anyone with proof?
Then you should note that the nayest of naysayers aren't saying it won't happen...just that it won't happen in '06. Big difference.
Since there's already an inverted coaster experience at the park (SV) a floorless would be the better of the two. If it meant getting a design that isn't of the 'forceless, spare on inversions and trying too hard for visuals/ passerby interaction' variety, I'd MUCH rather see it in '07 than '06.
I don't 'know' anybody or pretend to know anybody. When I guess, I say so. The only things I know:
1)There's no entertainment in the grandstand this year
2) There's no '05 map at the VF website yet
3) CF parks generally start ground prep for B&Ms very early
I'm still not sure how they'd get a coaster--or half of one--in that general area, but it's not impossible. But if there's a hole in the ground, fresh earth and bulldozers there come May, I'd have to send 'Moosh a crow sammich.
Oh wait, he's a gourmand and all. Make that crow medallions on a bed of fluffy, mashed Yukon Gold Pa-Tahhhhh-toes.
(who'd rather see a wavepool and 12-slide tower past Excalibur than any of this)
It is time for WOF to get a coaster to replace OE, that spinning kiddy coaster they bulit in its place is a joke. I did not buy a season pass this year due to the decline in coasters that WOF as had over the years how sad is it that you can now get better thrills at Silver Dollar City's parks.
Gag me. Worlds of Fun got a coaster in 2004. Valleyfair! got a coaster in 2003. Geauga Lake got a coaster in 2001. Michigan's Adventure got a coaster in 1999. And you're complaining about not having enough rides? Please...
If your talking about that Spinning dragon I would hardly call it a coaster. You could get a better thrill sitting on a washing machine on the spin cycle. The removal of the Orient for that pice of **** was a joke.
Once again a reminder from the WOF "Fan Boy Society": Spinning Dragons DID NOT replace Orient Express. The two were meant to co-exist for one season, that is why Dragons WAS NOT built on the Orient Express lot. The entire ride was built on the Oceanic Arena and where the entrance to Orient Express was. If you want to argue that it replaced any rollercoaster, it replaced Zinger as we were without a family coaster since it was removed.
As long as Dorney is shipping rides to VF, they can ship us their Thunderhawk. I like that ride. As for The Patriot, I thought it was going to WoF, but someone wrote an "editorial" at another site saying it had to be MiA so I was just double checking.