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Discussion in 'Imagineer' started by IAmNotAHufflepuff, Dec 30, 2015.
Sorry I haven't been active on here much.. My motivation just isn't the same anymore.
Anyway, I intend to finish this up soon... I just have to stay focused.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Speaking of which, here's a teaser of Stanleyville to keep you occupied.
Is that the sit down trains for sheikra that only lasted one season i see?
Exiting from the jungle paradise of Madagascar, we hit a fork in the path. One leads to a further dense jungle, and the other leads to a large village. We'll take the latter this time.
Stanleyville has the appearance of an abandoned river village, lost to the seas of time. Large clay-like towers rise from above. Red roller coaster tracks dive into one of the cracked towers and into the nearby murky lagoon. All of this is done by the addition of new facades and structures.
Aesthetics aside, Stanleyville isn't really that big. However, some big changes have come here.
Stanley Falls Flume has been completely removed. Other than old-school charm, the log ride doesn't have a theme and isn't really a top-notch attraction. With a new flume-style ride just down the road, it seems more unnecessary than ever.
In its place stands one of the park's few non-kiddie flat rides.
Similar to the Top Spin in Phantasialand, Nyamia Ama (named after an African water god) finds you spinning in one of the abandoned towers, screaming in enjoyment as water soaks you. Although not as themed as one may hope, the ride still adds variety to the park.
After walking by the unchanged Zambia Smokehouse, we approach SheiKra, arguably the park's signature coaster.
This B&M Dive Coaster (named after a speedy native hawk) has you climb 200 feet to the edge of a 90-degree drop that inches you mercilessly over the edge—and stops, allowing you a birds-eye view of Tampa.
Then surrender to speed as you dive straight down into a 70 mph coaster whirlwind with an Immelmann loop, a second dive into an underground tunnel and a splashdown finale into the murky lagoon that drenches SheiKra fans waiting to catch their own piece of the fun.
I wouldn't really change a thing about the ride, other than maybe increasing the detail of the queue.
Having rode Sheikra, we take a backtrack in the road and head towards the aforementioned jungle canopy. Who knows what we'll find when we get there?
This plan is finally back after a loooong hiatus.
Next time, we'll hit the new mini-land replacing the Tidal Wave flume ride. Hopefully you won't have to wait a month for it.
Wait, it's been nearly a month?
Eh... *falls back to sleep*
I'm sorry to say this, but this project is under hiatus again... I've just lost interest in it and don't really have the needed work ethic anymore.
I'm really sorry, and hopefully I'll have newer material soon.
I'm just going to summon the devil now... @Monorail Blood Red.
I'm sorry to say, but almost a year in, I'm officially considering this project dead. I've been inactive for a few months now, and I've lost all interest in my creation.
I hope you all enjoyed my work, and remember...
Two quick questions;
Are you doing to finish this project or redo Busch Gardens into how you think it should be?
Would you be interested in doing this too? http://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/sea-world-sydney.910931/
2. Huh, I forgot about that. I probably won't get to it, as I have no motivation left.
Didn't think he was going to anyway, not that I'd want him to anyway.
The questions are more reserved for Space since you've lost all interest.
1.) I may - but I have a lot on my plate right now
2.) I just realized it was for me.
Okay, I guess we'll have to wait until you have the time,
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