Respectfully disagree with you, similar to Soarin as far as a simulator, but that is itWe we're at AK on Friday. The wait for this ride was posted at 5 hours...not a typo. That is crazy. Heard more than one person talking about how Incredible the ride was. We we're pyched! One person said they had been on it 8 times already. Had FP
. short wait to the first room. Our room was 3 seats empty so not going out full. Anyway sorry but this is way over hyped. All 4 in our group said a good ride but similar to Soring. My millennials in my party prefer a ride that is not a simulator. Group rating 3.5 stars and worth a 40 minute wait. I think the demand is based on no new major attractions and everyone wanting to ride before heading home and being asked about it. My opinion only of course.
Hey, the queue is great, worthy of a visit.It’ll get an hour out of us. Just once. Just to show the in-laws the standby line.
I didn’t even know you could bypass the floating Avatar in the standby line. I wonder how they routed you??? Anyway, that stinks because it really is impressive.I did standby and fastpass and never went in to the room with the floating avatar? Granted, when I did the standby it was first thing in the morning, technically before the park opened, so I walked on with a thousand of my closest friends...kinda bummed I only saw him from a window from afar- he looked impressive!!!!
We also were routed past both the glowing forest and the lab this morning. We were sent from the entrance cave down a corridor with a large window looking into the lab, then directly to the preshow doors.
Oh, and take our word for it: If you're braving the Christmas crowds, arrive at 7:30 or earlier! They began loading the queue around 8:30.
Anyone else notice the lone weird creature at the end of the ride? While banshee is perched lower right side of screen in the brush moving around. Looks like a baby cloverfield monster- don't remember anything resembling it in the movie. Maybe will be in the sequels.
All I see are banshees on cliffs. Unless you're mistaken the multi-branching root system as a living creature?
This video doesn’t show it. It’s on the piece of land your banshee is perched upon. It’s a prolemurus eating some fruit, who gets irritated you interrupted his meal when you land and then very sassily turns his back to you. He’s my favorite part of the entire experience and is a true testament to how much detail there is in this 4.5 minute video.
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