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A brown splotch on the animation is proof of a drop track yet the renderings, both still and animated that clearly show the shed buildings are open below are discounted as maybe being inaccurate.  I am surprised some of you are not still taking about the reverse launch that defys physics.

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Don said on the Facebook Live video that it's going to separate Mystic Timbers from any wooden roller coaster...

So what has not been done on a wooden roller coaster before? (Other than a Drop track, do not mention Drop Track, it's not happening.)

Not only that. No one has STILL correctly guessed what is in the shed. ;)

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32 minutes ago, CoasterOhio said:

So what has not been done on a wooden roller coaster before? (Other than a Drop track, do not mention Drop Track, it's not happening.)
 

I don't think anyone has had a shed full of people who pummel riders with water balloons on a wooden roller coaster before.

So, that's still on the table. 

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2 hours ago, LongLiveTheSmurfRide said:

I don't think anyone has had a shed full of people who pummel riders with water balloons on a wooden roller coaster before.

So, that's still on the table. 

2 hours ago, malem said:

^ Shhh.. don't tell ohiocolts.

2 hours ago, CoasterOhio said:

I'm telling OhioColts.

I can't stop laughing....... :D

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4 hours ago, CoasterOhio said:

Don said on the Facebook Live video that it's going to separate Mystic Timbers from any wooden roller coaster...

So what has not been done on a wooden roller coaster before? (Other than a Drop track, do not mention Drop Track, it's not happening.)

Not only that. No one has STILL correctly guessed what is in the shed. ;)

How do you know if what people have guessed is correct or not? Do YOU know for sure?

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It's the world's first Tom&Chee coaster. The shed is just the drive through for picking up the food. JK. 

But when did he say no one has guessed correctly? It could be a viewing experience where drop down screens project different viewing experiences for each car.

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Okay, those blueprints were a big hint. There were squares on the diagram, indicating that something important was indicated on the construction blueprint. I researched some symbols for diagrams and found squares indicated valves. I later found that a filled in square indicated a hydraulic valve. It makes sense for two separate systems for the shed. One is for the doors, another is for a prop. Hydraulics could be used to extend an object (let's say a vine, this is MT we are talking about). Synchronize it with motions with drive tires, you could make a scene where the vines are pulling the car back. GCI has used sound effects on rides (Apocalypse) so a synchronized tire screech sound effect could simulate escaping from the vines.

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12 hours ago, gforce1994 said:

Mamut in Tipsdrill has a show scene at the end.

Just saw a POV and it looks like it was designed in or inspired by RCT3 because it has a lot of those "overbanked turn" type of elements as available for RCT3 Gigas. However, that wave element going into the tunnel dive starting at 1:46-1:48 (plus the tunnel itself) of this POV (see below) looks incredible!

 

 

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Well since the train is themed after an old pick-up. perhaps the shed is like a mechanic's garage of some sort. We also know from the construction dwgs that there are 440 bents total i do believe.

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40 minutes ago, steveinphoenix said:

Well since the train is themed after an old pick-up. perhaps the shed is like a mechanic's garage of some sort. We also know from the construction dwgs that there are 440 bents total i do believe.

I think I counted 513 when I attempted to do the count. Not exactly sure on that number though.

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