Credit to Ideal Buildout for the inspiration of an expanded The Little Mermaid ride and the restaurant in the castle. The POTC drop and the Duck Roundabout flat ride were of my own inventions.Voyage of the Little MermaidReplacing the unfortunate 20K Leagues, Voyage of the Little Mermaid brings the enchanting story of Ariel on to guests on a boat ride. This boat ride offers state of the art effects and AAs and a POTC scale drop into an open-air lagoon, complete with picturesque views of Prince Eric's castle and the unique rockwork. The new ride would come as part of a package of sorts with a TS restaurant in the castle and a Duck Roundabout with Flounder and his colorful friends.
Bonus: The Proposal
This would be a very interesting attraction - themed around the holiday cult classic film. Overall I think an NBC ride is something that could potentially fit all year roundTim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
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Based on Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, after the movie was big success in 1993, Disney and Tim Burton will do collaboration for
Peter Pan-inspired dark ride called Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, as you'll riding Jack's flying coffins as the guests will flying into
Halloween Town, as Jack Skellington was planning to be Sandy Claws for Christmas Eve, but beware of Oogie Boogie because he will kidnapping Santa Claus for his evil plot, as listening into Danny Elfman's music score for the ride. There'll be awesome AAs, state of the art effects, on-board soundtrack on each coffin as narrated by Jack Skellington.
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas was opened in 1999 for Fantasyland.
Here's loading area music (music score by Danny Elfman) Length: 7 minutes
1) "This Is Halloween"
2) "Kidnap the Sandy Claws"
3) "Making Christmas"
4) "Jack's Lament"
5) "Sally's Song"
6) "Oogie Boogie's Song"
7) "What's This"
8) "Town Meeting Song"
9) "Jack's Obsession"
Bonus: Woody and Bo Peep's Wedding https://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/the-proposals-dream-wedding.975485/page-6
A classic entry and one that would very easily fit into Fantasyland during this time. Nice choiceBelle's Enchanted JourneyReplacing the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Submarine Voyage is this brand new omnimover dark ride, bringing guests into the Beast's castle aboard magic carriages as they witness the magic in a "tale as old as time" as Belle and the Beast fall in love, told with state of the art animatronics and special effects.
Bonus: The Adventures of Raggedy Ann
Ooh I really like this one - Robin Hood was one of my underrated favorite films growing up, and I could see this easily ushering in a new style of the Fantasyland Forest in the years to come.Robin Hood‘s Merry Journey
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Coming soon to WDW’s Fantasyland is this new dark ride replacing 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. This wild ride tasks you as the favorite furry fox himself through the forests of Nottingham, but watch out for Prince John! This attraction is considered an E-Ticket because it also doubles as a shooting ride where you are shooting fake arrows at targets.
Bonus: The Proposal
This attraction seems more elaborate than the one we got in 2012, and I think could have given Fantasyland a proper E-ticket it deserves.The Little Mermaid: Ariels’s VoyageReplacing the unfortunately aged 20K Leagues, Voyage of the Little Mermaid brings the enchanting story of Ariel on to guests on a boat ride set mostly indoors in two show buildings. This boat ride offers state of the art effects and AAs and bears witness to Giant Ursula’s demise followed by a POTC scale drop into an open-air lagoon; complete with picturesque views of Prince Eric's castle and the unique landscaping; and into the finale show building with Ariel’s wedding and King Triton’s blessing, passing underneath the rainbow before entering the unloading station. The new ride would come as part of a package of sorts with a TS restaurant in the castle, Prince Eric’s Village Market for TLM themed apparel, toys, gifts, houseware, and refreshments and a Duck Roundabout with Flounder and his colorful friends.
Bonus: The Proposal
This is a little early for its time with the trackless dark ride - but I think is close enough to count right before Hunny Hunt. Overall this would be a fun addition to fantasyland and one that would give Cinderella especially her first true dark ride attraction.Cinderella’s Royal Ball
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This trackless dark ride takes guests from Cinderella’s lowly beginnings of being the servant of her stepmother to being transformed into suitor at the prince’s ball (with a scene similar to Beauty and the Beast at Tokyo DL) to running from the ball and eventually having the right fit for the slipper. Projected lightning, music, and moving figures all add to this Royal celebration. The attraction is set inside a facade of Cinderella’s house.
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