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  • MontagnaMagica



    Hello Coasterpedians! Welcome to the second edition of my new blog series, "Coaster Wars"! After the success of my first comparison, "Six Flags Magic Mountain vs. Cedar Point", I decided to follow that up with the heavily-requested match-up, "Busch Gardens Tampa vs. Busch Gardens Williamsburg". Keep in mind that I have not had the opportunity to visit either park. However, I can assure you that I know a good deal about what makes a good roller coaster, and I've done a significant amount of research on both parks.

    Let's begin!


    Located in Tampa, Florida, this theme park is in the same state as numerous other theme parks. Although it is in the northern area of the state rather the south near Orlando and Miami. Nonetheless, there is some serious…



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  • Evandanger547

    So, to start this off, busch gardens is one of the most successful parks in the world, but lets find out wich one is better.



    This one is pretty difficult, beacause I loved flying into egyptian tombs on Montu but enjoyed even more the swooping gracefully and weaving loops at extreme speeds on Alpegnist. Montu has a fantastic force of G-force and alpengnist barely has any that is noticable. On both you get fliped around and shaken up but I will have to say the winner is ... MONTU!!!

    Africa:1 Europe:0


    I have to say loch ness has some pretty cool interconnected loops, but it is more exiting hearing Kumba's roar and on the lift hill, going through a Large loop, Kumba is the winner!!

    Africa: 2 Europe:0


    probably this is one of the most difficult ones:…





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  • MontagnaMagica




    Keep in mind that this comparison was made several years ago, and a lot has changed for both parks. Cedar Point's GateKeeper is a major success, while Magic Mountain has added Full Throttle and Twisted Colossus. Whole areas of both parks have been renovated and rethemed since October, 2011. Keep in mind that this was written with a major points bias towards the roller coasters, with only a fraction of the score coming from other factors. Depending on how important various other factors may be to you, the outcome will be different in your head. The points system used is, admittedly, arbitrary, and it is meant to invoke excitement in competition. Thank you for visiting, and I hope you enjoy reading! May the best park win!


    I have always enjoye…




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  • Shinnith

    This wiki has 600 pages now!

    September 20, 2011 by Shinnith

    Coasterpedia now has 600 pages! The wiki is improving!

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  • Shinnith

    Please help!

    September 19, 2011 by Shinnith

    I have now been promoted to Admin at NASA Wiki. So if you would help me expand this old and abandoned wiki that would be great! It was made in 2009 and was abandoned. Now, I have bee promoted to admin. But, it still needs work!

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  • Shinnith

    to do's

    September 19, 2011 by Shinnith

    Need to make page 'launched'

    need to make page 'steel'

    need to add more coasters

    need to upload more photo's.

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  • BugsBunnyG

    I MadeThis:

    August 16, 2011 by BugsBunnyG

    I Have Made an Six Flags Fanon wiki come over and look around and help on that wiki : ) http://sixflagsfanon.wikia.com/wiki/Six_Flags_Fanon_Wiki

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  • Knife!

    Achievements

    July 5, 2011 by Knife!

    Why can't the wiki activate achievements? That encourages editing like on the Annoying Orange Wiki

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  • MontagnaMagica

    Hi everyone!

    I'd like to ask about a small, but important issue on this wiki.

    How should we spell meters/metres on all the pages? Should it be meters, because most of the English speakers here are American? Should it be metres, because most of the people that actually use metres are from England, Australia, or Canada? ...Or should it be meters for American roller coasters, and metres for all the rest?

    Please vote for the best choice. Thank you!

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  • MontagnaMagica

    Coasterpedia's statistics at Quantcast

    Hey everyone! I found this site called "Quantcast" that shows how many visitors are visiting a particular website. Well, I decided to look up Coasterpedia there, and found some interesting results.

    One of the most interesting things I found is that our site has an unusually high number of Asian visitors. There are about 2.4 times as many Asian visitors than the internet average!

    Another statistic that might be surprising is the male/female ratio here. It is 51% male, and 49% female. That's very close!

    13 to 17 year-olds make up 30% of the site's visitors and 18 to 34 year-olds make up another 30%. That probably is not very surprising though...

    Finally, a list showing the number of visitors from each countr…

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  • Rishal21

    Coded element

    March 22, 2011 by Rishal21

    MontagnaMagica,just asking,how did you start that green jigsaw puzzle piece(coded element)?

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  • Dolphanatic

    Top Theme Parks

    March 11, 2011 by Dolphanatic

    What is your favorite theme park? Come check out this page and cast your vote! If your favorite theme park is not on the list, feel free to add add it!

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  • Dolphanatic

    Top Roller Coasters

    March 11, 2011 by Dolphanatic

    What is your favorite roller coaster? Come check out this page and cast your vote! If your favorite roller coaster is not on the list, feel free to add add it! Make sure to put the park name in parentheses.

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  • Dolphanatic

    Least Favorite Coaster

    February 28, 2011 by Dolphanatic

    What's your least favorite Coaster? Tell me in comments below.



    There are no results as of yet

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