Not sure if anyone's said something like this, and this isn't me asking for a request, but as general help:
- Name your coaster based on it's theme and thrill factor (that's quite obvious).
- As a general tip, it helps to add an adjective in front of (or noun after) the basic name in most cases (e.g. Soaring Eagle not Eagle, Cheetah Hunt not Cheetah)
- If your coaster is aggressive and fast (and scary), name it after something with those properties that fits your coaster type, such as a predator (e.g. jaguar, eagle), a supernatural related being (e.g. Banshee, revenant), a racing related name (e.g. dragster, speedway), e.t.c.
- If your coaster is a family coaster (less aggressive), a fitting name should be used (you wouldn't call a kiddie coaster 'Banshee'
), possibly based on mythical creatures (e.g. Pegasus - not that some mythical creatures are better for aggressive coasters, such as griffon) or small animals.
- Essentially, just look at your coaster and think about what it reminds you of. For example, if it's very twisty, you couldname it after something like a snake.
Maybe try to use other names to examples I've given, as my examples are mostly common coaster names. Just use them to get an idea.
Tried to make this the least confusing I could - hope it helps some of you.