Three Evils: Neverender
Three Evils: Neverender is a triple Dueling Mega Coaster inspired by and built as a tribute to the prog-rock Band Coheed and Cambria. It ranked 7th place in the NoLimits Roundup 150.
Some Stats: Overall length: 5974 Meters / 3.711 miles Height difference: 69.2 Meters / 228 feet Drop Height: 61 Meters / 200 feet Maximum Speed: 122 kmh / 76 mph
Capacity: 5555+ pph using 9 Trains with 36 seats each
More than TEN years ago, I started this project, an enormous triple dueling coaster.
It's named after and heavily inspired by the alternative prog rock band Coheed and Cambria which I love since I first heard their music and in particular by their songs Three Evils and Neverender.
It first started with layout drawings in math class back at school which I then built by hand using NoLimits 1. Later I attempted to rebuild it using Elementary but finally completely recreated it using Newton 2, already a few years after the first idea. After sitting there for a few years, touched only for semi-motivated attempts at supporting this 6km/3,8 miles beast, I revived it in NL2 and made Round Up #150 a good reason to finally finish it.
Maybe it also helped that after 2 albums with a different lineup that I personally mostly didn't love as much as their other ones, the band managed get back together and return to old glory (in a new way) a while before NL2 came out.
Their second album "In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3" is definitely one of my all time top 3 albums. Almost all of the music used in this video is taken from it or their third album. Even though I love the new stuff, I wanted to keep this ride about the old stuff, since that's what I had in mind and would listen to for hours while building this. I didn't use much from the first album because of the big production difference. Of course the single coaster tracks The Crowing, The Suffering; and The Reaping; are also named after songs.
That's enough history lesson for now, I hope you enjoy the video. I would love to know which track was your favorite, so please leave a comment or subscribe :)
Oh, and also check AlphaOmega if you like dueling coasters ;)
HUGE THANKS to bestdani for massively helping me with my scripting vocabulary. This would not have been possible without you :)
Also many many thanks to baadrix for his opinions and advice in the course of the last year!
And as always, thanks to nSeven for his wonderful foliage.