Standards may have changed, but no spinner should ever be greater than a 'B' ticket. Dumbo was a 'B' ticket, and should remain so until it's closed forever.
My theory is that they have intentionally lowered the bar...and we've allowed it.Excellent question. I've never seen it as more than a 'B', personally. A spinner with very limited capacity, with basically no 'scenery' or show pieces or theming.
Exactly...want another one?I think Marni stating that Dumbo may be a C ticket nowadays is referencing how standards have dropped. For example, FEA, NRJ, and 7DMT have all had exaggerated ticket ratings in comparison to past standards. (Hope I interpreted that correctly!)
Edit: whoops I did get it backwards
Academically speaking...if it's "not greenlit anymore", then it by definition never was. A light has to turn green to exist. Figuratively speaking.So I guess this isn't green lit anymore then? I was really hoping we'd hear about this attraction as one of the 12 days announcements
Well, ticket categories have been meaningless since the 80's...so we're debating our own self made categories for academic purposes to assess the quality/level of ride.Seems like it's changed spots a couple times
At no point in the course of this 135 page thread did anyone classify this as a "Big new attraction". In fact check out item #4 on Magic Feather's list from March as he was predicting what would be announced at D23."B" ticket or "A:" ticket, looks like we are getting a very lame Carousel as the big new attraction...Such a shame...
Last I saw, Spain is actually at 2. Maybe 3.
Indeed. IMO regarding likely hood rankings-
4. UK Add (the small one)
5. New WS Country #1
6. Land Reno
This alongside other near guaranteed projects.