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  1. This idea has always confused me, what exactly does Cincinnati NOT have? (besides a good public transit system and sunny beaches) I’ve always felt like we take for granted all of the things there are to do here. I mean, I can’t really think of anything we’re missing. It’s an awesome place if you’re a fan of art or music. Tons of museums to check out and the theatre scene is awesome. Many different concert venues that can suit anyones taste. I performed in music hall once before and that place is absolutely amazing. We have multiple pro sports teams with the Reds bringing a lot of historical significance. Great *unique* food, German heritage, breweries, etc. I’ve been to many different cities across the states and I don’t agree with the thought that it’s just some average city that can’t bring people in. It’s not a boring place by any means and it CAN be marketable if KI chose to do so (more than just Oktoberfest / Cincy sport themed games). But really, if you don’t think there’s more to do in the region than eat Skyline or go to Ikea / Liberty Center, maybe venture out of West Chester? It’s a great place to live and all but I hear so many people from the suburbs always complain about how there’s nothing to do but there literally is if you just look for it. Boat rides, haunted tours, the aquarium, the sign museum, the zoo, etc. Catch a show at the Aranoff Center? Tons of bars and clubs that keep the night life alive (including a good selection of LGBT clubs that some cities tend to lack). I could keep rambling on but I encourage anyone who claims there aren’t many things to do here to just… look for things? Idk. I know it’s not New York or LA but it’s not as dull and boring as people seem to think. Sometimes I just like to admire all of the beautiful architecture, from modern to historic. Maybe I’m just weird but I think this region has a lot of charm and Kings Island could easily market it more if they chose to. I always felt like a full Cincinnati themed area would be super beneficial.
  2. I sure hope so. Probably just a nod to the park’s history but it would be super cool if they brought it back, especially with all of the retracking. Maybe we are looking at a repaint + backwards Racer for 2022? Only time will tell but it would make sense for the anniversary imo
  3. Introducing the longest... The fastest... The tallest... coaster ever built in Planet Snoopy
  4. How much would one of these actually cost compared to the traditional ground up? I can see Cedar Fair sending one of these to one of the smaller parks like Michigan’s Adventure
  5. Kings Island... if you’re reading this... I demand my RMC
  6. Tone it down? How could you possibly say that when we are obviously on track to get a 550 ft RMC T rex that’s 7000 ft long while setting the world inversion record?
  7. Area 72 would be a good location for it if they were to actually relocate it, perhaps between The Racer and FoF
  8. To be fair, it was mainly the GP who really hated on Vortex. Most enthusiasts I’ve come across have said that it was their favorite arrow looper... but without that knowledge about the history / manufacturer / ride type, along with rumors that the ride itself was sinking, that would probably explain why people hated it. It was getting rough, and although it wasn’t the absolute roughest arrow (I’m looking at you, Anaconda) most GP probably just looked at it as a painful experience. I hear some pretty crazy opinions about certain things whenever I go to the park and it always makes me chuckle. I will always miss those janky transitions
  9. Here’s a little visual for what I’m talking about! Key: Light Green- Landscaping upgrades Light Blue- New flats Red/Black- Area 72 Expansion + new entrance Yellow- Future RMC Purple- Upgraded pathways throughout rivertown Dark Green- Ivy tunnel
  10. I have a few ideas that are a little out there but would love to see happen. I’m definitely in that group of people who would kill to have a massive RMC at our park, but I do not see Kings Island implementing something huge anytime soon or cutting down more trees near The Beast. However, I’d like to bring up the idea about BLSC and it feeling very out of place as moving it would create even more space for a future investment. After spending a lot of time on google earth, I decided that the space between FoF and racer would be the perfect fit for Backlot. It would be very easy to slap on a space theme and possibly create a second entrance to Area 72 near the north side of The Racer. There are several reasons why I think this could be a viable option- perhaps Cedar Fair (around 2023-24 / whenever they had the next large installment planned) might be thinking about how they can bring a new experience, upgrade a section of the park, save a whole lot of money AND open up more land for their future record breaking / massive investment. Area 72 would start to feel more of a complete section of the park and would have 3 coasters. Now that brings me back to the original topic. Say a few more years go by and Cedar Fair is finally ready to start spending copious amounts of money again- they would have a very large plot of land that could fit a large RMC. The entrance could be through one of the buildings in Rivertown or somewhere near there and the coaster itself would cross over the path in between BLSC and Vortex. I also think that if they were to go with an RMC, it would be an amazing opportunity to resurrect Son of Beast.
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