- In the Parks
@Evilgidgit - The Weather Pavilion
The Weather Pavilion is always a classic in armchair imagineering circles. You do a good job making it a compact pavilion for the space you have while still being staisfying. The Weather Rooms particularly stand out to me as a lot of fun! I don't have much to say about this, but that doesn't mean I don't like it! My only worry is that weather pavilion ideas are pretty common, but, like InspectorSpacetime's Horizons, you found a new take on it to make it stand out!
@DlpPhantom - Inspiration Oasis
A fantastic way to add more greenery to the park. And with the Spaceship Earth revamp delayed indefinitely, this would be a great way to take some of the better aspects like Dreamers point and blend them in here. Much like Disneymanone's garden you did a good job giving all this green space thematic and inspirational meaning. Including a flex space for festivals is a nice touch. I realize what they annoucned was controversial, but that's more because of the bar and the ugly table design. Some sort of festival space is a good idea to include.
@spacemt354 - The Maze of Memories
You know I've got a weakness for flat rides! Adding a flat and a small train would be a great way to round out Epcot's attraction line up. The whole mini-land you have here would add a lot to rounding out epcot. I'm not sure if this is the right location for a very cartoony IP or for a flat though. It is realistic and the compliment to Moana is there, but I feel like this would be very controversial even by Epcot IP standards. But the framing of this as an extension of sorts to Imagination is a good move to help ground this more. As is the choice to not theme the candy store to eating Bing Bongs tears (Pixar Pier *** are you doing?). Overall, this is cute and if it was more directly connected to Imagination (perhaps replacing the 4D theater and expanding into the nearby gardens?_ it would be a slam dunk. I think it would stand out slightly too much where it is though.
@Disneylover152 - Dream Up
This just feels "Epcot." It's slightly boring, but in that classic epcot way that you want. A great mix of inspirational, educational, and entertaining. Having the post show helps round it out too and carry the message forward the way a, Epcot post show should! It might not be the most exciting or out of the box concept, but it strikes the exact tone the park is looking for!