- Feb 14, 2019
You win, you get more likes. Beats me why. My hypothetical coaster wasn't just a Hyper, it was hyper as hell.
It's not about winning or losing, as I'm proven wrong here several times and yet still learn something from it/don't always have well reacted-to posts either.
However, the general gist of things are that alpine coasters can't be classified by height like steel or wooden coasters can unless they have comparable drop heights without interruption.
Speed never had anything to do with the classification system as, though highly unlikely to ever be built per my previous post, a coaster with a drop over 200' and under 300' with trims all the way down is still a hyper even if the experience sucks.