Weird how Frozen and Marvel feel oversaturated in the parks despite only having a combined total of one ride.
I'm right there with ya, dude.
And it's weird because I've always been a fan, but it's just too much.
Once the details start coming in I'll be more interested in seeing it. I obsess over any changes made in Disneyland lol but the construction is boring to me to watch.The abundance of online video construction updates have really squashed my enthusiasm for SW:GE. I've purposely stopped watching them and cooled down on SW:GE news so I can have some surprises to look forward to. I feel like I already know too much about it and we still have a year or more to go before it opens.
Truthfully it's a mite disappointing that Toontown may stay. In fairness, I was already too old for it when it was built, but even so these days it's a shadow of its original design. I'm always amused to see that the roller coaster is still themed to Rescue Rangers. I think a lot of people stick up for it due to the fear of Roger Rabbit's eventual demise. I won't be thrilled to see the ride go, yet it seems like the sole reason the land limps along and in a park that's short on space there is so much that could be done with the area.
Disney has made "Let it Go" the new "Under the Sea"'-- Cramming it into every available piece of park entertainment to the point where the song has lost all meaning, impact and whatever genuine joy it once provided.Weird how Frozen and Marvel feel oversaturated in the parks despite only having a combined total of one ride.
Nice ideas. I wouldn't mind seeing a 7DMT that starts in the Go Coaster area and actually runs partially through Storybook Land-- as long as Casey Jr. stays. But I cannot imagine a good dark ride based on Chip n' Dale unless Disney reboots Rescue Rangers.In its current form, Toontown is far from my favorite land. And the many decades that have passed since I appeared on this planet has me a bit too old for most of the "attractions" in the land. But I'd be hesitant to bulldoze it.
If I were in charge (and what follows will explain why I'm not in charge), I'd be keen on expanding Toontown. While I enjoy Mickey and the Magical Map, I'd be okay with demolishing the theater and moving Toontown's entrance closer to "it's a small world". Put the runaway railway attraction in some of the land reclaimed from the theater and then use the rest of the space for a relocated Mickey's house, Minnie's house, and the corresponding M&Gs. In the space currently occupied by Mickey and Minnie's house, as well as the go-coaster and the treehouse, I'd like to see a new family-coaster that is perhaps not the same scale as 7DMT in MK, but of the same quality. As for Roger Rabbit, I'm mostly indifferent on the attraction. If it stays for the RR fans, that's fine...but I'd rather see a different dark ride in that space that is themed around one of the Fab Four or Chip & Dale (since I took out their treehouse earlier in this paragraph). I'd also like to see more roaming characters such as Pete or Clarabelle to give the space a feel like it really is a place where toons live.
If all of that were to happen (and it likely never will), then that space would still be a proper homage to Disney's original characters *and* be a place where adults and children alike will enjoy.
Nice ideas. I wouldn't mind seeing a 7DMT that starts in the Go Coaster area and actually runs partially through Storybook Land-- as long as Casey Jr. stays. But I cannot imagine a good dark ride based on Chip n' Dale unless Disney reboots Rescue Rangers.
Quips during what should be an emotional scene and constantly bringing back people from the dead certainly don't help either.Disney has made "Let it Go" the new "Under the Sea"'-- Cramming it into every available piece of park entertainment to the point where the song has lost all meaning, impact and whatever genuine joy it once provided.
And, for me, Disney has CGI'd Marvel to the point where I cannot work up any emotion for those characters or their "epic battles" at all.
I think "a mystic manor type" could fit where the challenge trail is, but maybe that's optimistic on space.i have always thought that they could do something similar to 7DMT but in DCA. I think that if they re-aligned the walkway that leads from Soarin to grizzley they could really add a good footprint for a small family coaster.
Instead of having the walkway curve right against grizzley drop move it so that it goes north/west under the monorail track then curve south.
The attraction can have plenty of rockwork and greenery to make it look like an extention of grizzley area. They can even extend the track a bit so that it is elevated and behind the restroom and shops with a curve at the eastern side near the shop. They can even get a little imaginative and have a small section of the track themed to a wooden bridge that goes over the geyser area of grizzley.
Even better they can use the ride system that they used for Casey junior train in Paris and theme the small coaster to a train ride and add a few small animal aa's.
This would add a nice mountain themed family ride to the area since right now Grizzley has two major rides that have height limits which causes groups of family members to wait around while the older sibling ride Soarin and grizzley.
They really need to start thinking about using the under utilized areas of the park to fill in attractions. I know there are areas of the park that need help but DCA has an issue in the afternoon and evenings when most of Paradise Pier closes for WOC and Grizzley empties out because of the weather and water feature. The kids play area is also great but also shuts down as soon as sun down and creates another mpty area of a park desperately in need of more attractions.
for visual here is a quick redraw of the area and i marked a possible area for a small attraction
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