Talk:Ride Ratings

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Actual Numbers

Based on in-game observation, these are the levels as I've determined them. I'd also like proof that the scales used for Excitement, Intensity and Nausea are different, becuase I have yet to observe this and I am operating off the assumption that they are the same.

Low- begins at 0 and goes to somewhere between 2.51 and 2.58 (2.59 is a recorded Medium)

Medium- starts somewhere between 2.52 and 2.59, and goes to exactly 5.11

High- starts at 5.12 and goes to at least 7.64 (7.79 is my lowest recorded Very High)

Very High- starts between 7.65 and 7.79, and goes to at least 10.03 (lowest recorded Extreme is 10.24)

Extreme- starts anywhere between 10.04 and 10.24, and goes to ?

Ultra-Extreme- ?

Fill in info as it's obtained. Thanks LostInRiverview (talk)(blog) 00:17, June 24, 2010 (UTC)

Pokemon Geek Said

Once I had a rollercoaster with Intensity 10.00 (Extreme and Wooden Rollercoaster) but later I had a Rollercoaster with Nausea 10.04 (Very High and Suspeneded Rollercoaster Intensity was also Very High) Pokemon Geek 00:36, June 24, 2010 (UTC) <-- moved off the main article page to discussion. LostInRiverview (talk)(blog) 00:50, June 24, 2010 (UTC)

Added Later: Give me 1 good reason I'd lie on something like this... Pokemon Geek 13:53, June 24, 2010 (UTC) Also I didn't take screnshots of those two moments

I never said you lied about it. Signed comments and discussion don't belong on the main article page, regardless of whether or not they're true - that's why I moved it. For the record, I haven't responded because I'm puzzled, as it seemed pretty likely to me that ratings were the same from one type to another. LostInRiverview (talk)(blog) 18:43, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for moving to the dicussion page. Pokemon Geek- things like that are not generally discussed on a wiki, but if you still feel the need, please use the Community Portal or a blog (which you can access through your userpage. Articles are for information that a generally written objectively (no bias- in the third person) and their discussion pages are for discussing the article itself.--Matt 20 1 06:40, July 7, 2010 (UTC)

I Debunked on-page information

I have designed a rollercoaster with an intensity rating above 10 and an excitement rating of 5.50. It’s effectively both tracks of Colossus traversed back-to-back. Richmountain112 9:12 PM, 11 May 2021 (North American Central)