The 5. That'.s how BGE describes its quintet of roller coasters. All 5 are very, very good, and none are clones. If not in terms of quantity, at least in terms of quality, the Busch coasters are equalled by only a few other parks (Cedar Point, SFGA...)
The Big Bad Wolf is the second oldest of the 5, after the Loch Ness Monster. Unlike most suspended coasters, you ride in a car, tather than having your legs dangle freeely below you. This works well, as the cars really swing too and fro. And just like all BGE coasters, it looks great - distinctly colored (red + black), going by great terrain (swooping in over a bavarian village, a drop towards the river, and near the other park rides). While it goes only 42 mph, it feels a lot faster. Its elements and ambiance add up to a really good time. Props to BGE for maintenance. Nessie + the Wolf are oldies that still ride like new.