Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance opening reports and using Boarding Groups at Disneyland

solidyne

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The chance that someone gets on the ride should be directly proportional to the amount if time or money that person is willing to give. Therefore the best options are:

(1) A simple line, whether a traditional standby line or a line for boarding groups. But it should be first-come-first-served for those, not the current crap shoot.

(2) Sell the seats. They should have auctioned off the first 10,000 rides. Highest bidders get to ride first. Let all the nuts have their first day (or week), then return to standard practice. Disney could even give the proceeds to charity if they don't want to be seen as greedy.
 

el_super

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Well there are rumors of a OT reskin in Dinseyland coming.
Hahahaha no.

The chance that someone gets on the ride should be directly proportional to the amount if time or money that person is willing to give. Therefore the best options are:

(1) A simple line, whether a traditional standby line or a line for boarding groups. But it should be first-come-first-served for those, not the current crap shoot.
Yeah, this is the system I think is the most fair. If you really want to ride, and want to out in the work, you should be able to prioritize it. I know that any system is going to leave some folks out, but the current lottery system just feels wrong.
 

THE 1HAPPY HAUNT

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You honestly think they would trash a new AA and build a brand new one? To change a mask? Come on now.
Well Vader is bigger and bulkier than Kylo. so a new AA would bee needed. i wouldnt go as far as saying they would trash the kylo AA but a Vader AA is more than a "change of a mask" thats a over simplification.
 

THE 1HAPPY HAUNT

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So? If we expect there will be issues, why would it be a problem? The day shouldn’t really matter.
So...something like that shouldn't happen on opening day. I get it, stuff happens sometimes. sometimes AA's go down. sometimes rides break down and need evacs. sometimes $hit happens, someone has to deal with it, and who you gonna call? I get it. :). My point is on opening day it hurts the show and is a bad show for those guests who experienced the ride when the AA was down. It's like its opening night on a broadway play and the star twists her ankle and you get the understudy on stage when you paid for the star.

Those who saw the show with a broken AA, are probably experiencing the ride for the first time ever and while other things may work it sticks out like a sore thumb and leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Not like they can get right back in line and go on it again. Disneyland has had a month or so longer to get most of the bugs out that DisneyWorld didn't have time to. Disneyland should have fewer issues than Disneyworld's version due to the longer time to get it up and running. I just think it sucks for someone to see a show without all the parts working on opening day. sure they still loved the ride but it kinda sucks when not everything is working. not like the ride has been working for 3 months now and the AA went down. Thats just a off thing. but it is opening day for crying out loud.
 

THE 1HAPPY HAUNT

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This conversation about the AA being down has lasted way way way longer than the actual downtime.

Group 108 is up, that’s amazing! And 3.5 more hours to go!? What a good day for the first riders at Disneyland Resort.
just wait until the shuttle goes down and they skip the preshow entirely and escort people right through a cast member door into the star destroyer. that convo will be longer.
 

Mickeyboof

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just wait until the shuttle goes down and they skip the preshow entirely and escort people right through a cast member door into the star destroyer. that convo will be longer.
Woof! Well, seeing as they already often queue people backstage in the empty lot (probably has a Batuu “For Sale Sign: Restaurant Space”) at Falcon, who can say they’re surprised here?
 
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