If you have to then I, too, would go for this fastrack. If you can (not sure if it's on their "one shot" fastracks) I'd add Rattlesnake on also.
Having said all that though, I don't condone the use of fastrack and would say to avoid it if you can. But each to their own :)
It looks good and sounds like quite a unique experience. The level of detail in the ride building looks good, which is always a bonus. Especially for something done by Merlin!
How does this perform throughput wise?
I genuinely don't care what nationality they are, as long as they're good.
Klinsman would be good. He's been going pretty steady with the American team this year. I think they've won something like 9/10 out of the 13 they've played so far.
This image of the current queue (taken from Theme Park Worldwide's Facebook page) is awful. I really hope it isn't a cattle pen like that permanently :mask::coldsweat:
It would be such a shame for them to create something so stunning and then have this as a permanent queue line.
I also think that looks very underwhelming. Also what's with the double lift/launch type thing?
Hopefully this isn't representative of the final product in any way, as it's a long way off still as it is. That or the final product has plenty of elements that surround the ride to make it more...
Another one here on the removing of glasses on Th13teen a few weeks ago.
I found it very strange. I don't mind having extra procedures on rides where they need to be, in light of what has happened. However this just felt a little overkill.
Why oh why do Merlin continue to do stuff like this?
It's a multi-million pound theme park ride they're putting up, not a shed. They must have know at least several weeks before now that it wasn't going to be ready on time, not a week before it opens.
I'm not surprised, but it really is a...