jackandylan123 wrote:erm, if restraints can handle airtime, where you feel like you are floating/flying out of the restraint, inversions will be completely fine, as they (generally speaking) make you feel like your being pulled into your seat (I would use positive and negative G-force for this, but honestly cba to answer anyone who questions what that means )
NemesisRider wrote:TBH I didn't see anything wrong with The Smiler's restraints.
And, if the Carowinds coaster has inversions, I've seen Rita style OSTR on inverting coasters (cheetah hunt).
Transcript: Thank you for reporting a paranormal disturbance in our construction area. We have recorded your call and will log it in our incident records. Please stay informed about other disturbances via our website at carowinds.com. You can't stop it, you can only hope to contain it. The world will know August 21st.
Altontowersbarlow wrote:I was also convinced that Carowinds' new attraction would follow a Roman theme, however "Rome wasn't built in a day" is a popular catchphrase that means something is going to take along time/ good things "take time" to create. The Roman numerals under the poster were presenting an opening date so I believe that this poster was just playing on a common saying to release an opening date rather than hinting at the theme of the attraction. This is also "confirmed" by the track colour as a blue and yellow colour scheme does not seem to be appropriet for a Roman themed attraction.