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'''Dragon Slayer''' is a [[steel]] [[4th dimension]] [[roller coaster]] currently [[under construction]] at [[Adventureland (USA-Iowa)|Adventureland]] in Iowa. It is opening in 2021 as a replacement to [[Dragon (Adventureland)|Dragon]], the park's [[Hopkins]] looping coaster that closed in 2019 and will be a [[4D Free Spin]] manufactured by [[S&S Sansei Technologies]], although it is not yet known whether it will be a custom layout or the standard 110 layout.
 
'''Dragon Slayer''' is a [[steel]] [[4th dimension]] [[roller coaster]] currently [[under construction]] at [[Adventureland (USA-Iowa)|Adventureland]] in Iowa. It is opening in 2021 as a replacement to [[Dragon (Adventureland)|Dragon]], the park's [[Hopkins]] looping coaster that closed in 2019 and will be a [[4D Free Spin]] manufactured by [[S&S Sansei Technologies]], although it is not yet known whether it will be a custom layout or the standard 110 layout.
 
==History==
 
==History==
On {{date|May 17, 2020}}, Adventureland posted a cryptic teaser onto their Instagram page that sparked rumours of a replacement for Dragon. These rumours were backed up by the removal of Dragon that was very clearly taking place.
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On May 17, 2020, Adventureland posted a cryptic teaser onto their Instagram page that sparked rumours of a replacement for Dragon. These rumours were backed up by the removal of Dragon that was very clearly taking place.
  
On {{date|May 20, 2020}}, the park confirmed the ride's name to be ''Dragon Slayer''.
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On May 20, 2020, the park confirmed the ride's name to be ''Dragon Slayer''.
  
In June 2020, supports and track began arriving on site, and on {{date|June 24, 2020}}, Adventureland officially confirmed that the ride would be an [[S&S Sansei Technologies]] [[4D Free Spin]].
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In June 2020, supports and track began arriving on site, and on June 24, 2020, Adventureland officially confirmed that the ride would be an [[S&S Sansei Technologies]] [[4D Free Spin]].
 
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==Design==
 
==Design==

Revision as of 13:04, 28 June 2020

Dragon Slayer
roller coaster
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Adventureland
Location Altoona, Iowa, USA
Status Under construction, planned to open 2021
Replaced Dragon
Statistics
Manufacturer S&S Sansei Technologies
Type Steel - 4th Dimension
Model / product 4D Free Spin
Riders per train 8
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Dragon Slayer is a steel 4th dimension roller coaster currently under construction at Adventureland in Iowa. It is opening in 2021 as a replacement to Dragon, the park's Hopkins looping coaster that closed in 2019 and will be a 4D Free Spin manufactured by S&S Sansei Technologies, although it is not yet known whether it will be a custom layout or the standard 110 layout.

History

On May 17, 2020, Adventureland posted a cryptic teaser onto their Instagram page that sparked rumours of a replacement for Dragon. These rumours were backed up by the removal of Dragon that was very clearly taking place.

On May 20, 2020, the park confirmed the ride's name to be Dragon Slayer.

In June 2020, supports and track began arriving on site, and on June 24, 2020, Adventureland officially confirmed that the ride would be an S&S Sansei Technologies 4D Free Spin.