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Knights Tournament
Website: Legoland Homepage
Ride Type: Flat Ride
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 5.0000
TPC Overall Rank: Rides need more than 25 reviews to be ranked.
Reviews: 5
Last Review: 8/23/2008 3:20:00 PM
In User Top 10: 1 times.
User Tracker Count: 6 times.

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5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up razor12 on 8/23/2008 3:20:00 PM
Only good thing about the park! This was awesome! Loved it. I had no idea Legoland had this. I was so glad I saw something! I re-rode it the entire day!

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up T-Rex on 12/31/2007 10:08:00 AM
Best ride at Legoland by far. The dragon at the entrance was cool and Legoland has 5 different intensity levels. Natuarally I picked the most intense (5) and I can say that it was really intense. My ride had tons of inverting, spinning, flipping, rocking, and a bunch of other unique movements that gave a very disorienting ride filled with great sensations.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Ryles30 on 7/30/2007 11:04:00 AM
I went on five and it was intense. Im glad they put an adult ride in legoland.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Raul on 6/19/2007 3:12:00 PM - User's Top Ride #5
the best ride at legoland i went on it 5 times all on level 5!

4 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up biosciking on 10/17/2006 12:20:00 AM
This was one of the highlights of my Legoland visit. The ride consists of eight separate arms sticking out of a moat. On each arm are two seats. The arms move around in various positions at various speeds, carrying the passengers in the seats with them. What makes the ride work so well at this park is that the intensity level can be programmed specifically for the riders. Little kids can ride level one, older kids can work their way up through levels two, three, and four, and then there is level five for the adults. Each arm is therefore potentially doing something different. I rode the first time with the child in my group, so I was forced to ride the level one program. It was pretty calm, and even quite tame for the young one. The seats tilted back ever so slightly and slowly spun around in a few circles. I then rerode solo, and I went to the opposite extreme, level five. This seemed on par with astronaut training. It spun, flung, and inverted riders in the most insane ways. Circling around and around while upside down followed immediately by an extreme rocking chair manuever is certainly an interesting sensation. All in all, it looked worse than it actually was, but it was definitely intense. Its a nice thrill ride addition for the adults who are itching for more excitement than most of the kid-oriented attractions at Legoland provide, but at the same time its great that the kids are not excluded. Theres also a really awesome-looking Lego dragon at the entrance to the ride.

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