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Worship the god of coasters and join a new relgion celebrating Height, Speed and Force. Deity is a new breed of hyper coaster that will give you an religious experience as you soar into the heavens.


After Orion was announced I wanted to go into doing a Giga style B&M. I loved the design of Fury325 and Leviathan and how much it differed from the traditional hyper coaster, with more of a focus on speed and unorthodox layouts. I used Orion's height (285ft) to do my own version of the layout. It really opened my eyes to how difficult these coasters are to design, balancing a realistic track length with the speed and keeping the footprint tight was such a tal ask, and it perhaps was the longest I've ever spent on a layout, dispite it's supposed simplicity. The track length lies behind the monster of Fury325 but is longer than Orion and Leviathan.

The theme came about when I was writing down the words I wanted this layout to have, beautiful and graceful yet powerful and intimidating, they all matched this idea of a great god. But also these large coasters are so rare, us enthusiasts almost make a pilgrimage to see them in person. Parkscape Design helped me realise this vision by designing the station and ride area, and he did such a great job, This may be the worlds first hyper-station (200ft tall).


285ft Drop
Speed Hill
Orion Turn
Air-Time Hill
Banked Speed Hill
Air-time Hill
Twisted Airtime Hill


Jay (Parkscape Design) is the reason this ride exists, I almost gave up but he really showed his skills here and I'm forever thankful for his incredible work.

Ride Area Music is done by Dario Forzato, Bob Bradley & Thomas Balmforth from Audio Network.

Storage doors - 97 Degrees Track Rework Freefall (Steam)

Cliackable Door Scenery - Bestdanis

Park Pack Coaster Accessories - Plantoris

Ultimate Attachement Tools - Bestdani

Foliage - nSeven

Updated Trees - Thecodemaster

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May 4th, 2020
Definitely couldn't let this coaster go unrecognized - Diety is a worthy successor to The Red Dragon, which was perhaps the best B&M hyper to come from the NL1 era. Trackwork is of course very fluid and the element progression is satisfying. It recalls Orion quite a bit while offering what seems to be a bit more complete (but still realistically long) experience. Little flourishes in the scene objects like the equipment found at the top of the lift really add a nice sense of detail. The station, queue, foliage and overall environment are all very well executed, giving the coaster a cohesive ambiance.

My only real criticism is to echo what I said about the layout when teasers were released - it's quite safe, and while something B&M would definitely design, it could have used a signature element a la Fury's treble clef or Orion's 90?? banked first hill.
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By bob_3_
Uploaded Apr 19th, 2020
Simulation NoLimits Coaster 2
Track Style Hyper (4 Seats Across)
Category Realistic
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Ratings 1
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