Nemesis:We Q'd for about 40 minutes and i wasn't really that bad until i got to the station, the whole atmosphere inside was so immense and i and my nerves witch i had been holding off suddenly struck. Going up the lift hill i was getting even worse, we were about a few rows from the back and when i heard that click i knew i was in for the ride of my life.
WOW, what an experience, the whole thing was so intense that all i could remember was the first drop and the corkscrew. As we hit the brake run i heard everyone breathe a sigh of relief includig me, and as i stood up my legs were still shaking, it took them about an hour to stop after the ride.
Oblivion:I did this ride at the end of the day so there was no Q at all which helped as i did not have to listen to them videos. We got into the station and we had a choice of either front or back row, as you can imagine i chickened out and went for the back row. The restraints were locked the lift hill was clear, it was our turn to experience Oblivion. As we were traveling up the extremely steep lift hill, i thought to myself this is weird, its normally me whos down at the bottom watching everyone else, it seemed so unreal. But it was too late now, we were at the top, and still traveling extremely slowely. All i could think was, oh my god. The train started to straighten out a bit, i was now tempted to close my eyes, but i thought this is my first ever ride on Oblivion i've got to keep my eyes open. So i did, we hung over the drop for an unbearable 3 seconds, then dropped. The drop was amazing, as we travelled down i could see the whole getting closer, then it was over, through the tunnel and round the bend before gliding to a smooth holt in the brakes.
10/10-Brilliant experience, great adrenaline rush at the top.
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