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Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

yensidtlaw1969

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In the Parks
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Anyone know why there are social distancing markers/circles to the left of the hanger? No guests can go in that area, so it’s interesting why they’re there in the first place.
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Also, the storm trooper here in the middle is a live one! They suddenly jump and shout at you if you happen to look their way.
That's where guests enter from when the I-TS Transport preshow is down - they walk guests through a hallway that leads directly into the hangar from that side.

It's terrible show, but the markers must be there for distancing should guests have to skip the 2nd preshow.
 

Capsin4

Well-Known Member
Uhh you do understand the CMs are being laid off, therefore fewer of them working the park?
Guests should be happy the land (East) is operating at all.
No. Disney should be happy that people are still coming at all. Disney isn’t going out of business and this is just the typical guest experience vs cost issue that they’ve been coming out on the wrong side of.
 

SWGalaxys_Edge

Well-Known Member
No. Disney should be happy that people are still coming at all. Disney isn’t going out of business and this is just the typical guest experience vs cost issue that they’ve been coming out on the wrong side of.
do YOU understand people wanting to come is not the issue? BTW Disney LOST 2.5 Billion in the last fiscal quarter. Not going out of business, but cutting way back...
 

Capsin4

Well-Known Member
do YOU understand people wanting to come is not the issue? BTW Disney LOST 2.5 Billion in the last fiscal quarter. Not going out of business, but cutting way
do YOU understand people wanting to come is not the issue? BTW Disney LOST 2.5 Billion in the last fiscal quarter. Not going out of business, but cutting way back...
How many days have parks not named Hollywood Studios reached their limited capacity? At 25%? 35%? People aren’t coming. Disney is doing nobody favors by being open.
 

Dan Deesnee

Well-Known Member
How many days have parks not named Hollywood Studios reached their limited capacity? At 25%? 35%? People aren’t coming. Disney is doing nobody favors by being open.
Been here for 8 days and every park I've been to has been packed. Unless you're down here I'm not sure it's a good look to make comments like this.
 

SWGalaxys_Edge

Well-Known Member
Thought this was pretty cool! CMs trained via the use of augmented reality..
Imagineers used it to "ride the ride" as well...

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BatStang2000

Active Member
We have ridden Rise twice in the past week and I am just wondering about something. Without giving away too much for those yet to ride, is there supposed to be something going on in the room with all the stormtroopers? We just walked through it both times.
 

jpwdis

Member
We have ridden Rise twice in the past week and I am just wondering about something. Without giving away too much for those yet to ride, is there supposed to be something going on in the room with all the stormtroopers? We just walked through it both times.
If you're asking whether a scene or performance of some sort is supposed to take place, no. It's honestly just a massive hangar that your shuttle got pulled into, so that's where you exit into as you make your way to the interrogation cells. The room itself and its sheer size is supposed to be the "wow" factor for guests. Essentially, just being in the room and experiencing it is what's "going on." Guests usually hover around in there for a few seconds to take a few pictures but, otherwise, you're just supposed to walk through it. Sometimes, especially recently, though, there's been a live-action stormtrooper or two commanding guests to keep it moving.
 

MisterPenguin

Fully Pfizered!
Premium Member
We have ridden Rise twice in the past week and I am just wondering about something. Without giving away too much for those yet to ride, is there supposed to be something going on in the room with all the stormtroopers? We just walked through it both times.
Nothing but the size of it and immersion to make you gasp. CMs will let you just hang back and gawk for a while.

Sometimes a CM in a trooper costume will surprise you by interacting with you.
 

SWGalaxys_Edge

Well-Known Member
We have ridden Rise twice in the past week and I am just wondering about something. Without giving away too much for those yet to ride, is there supposed to be something going on in the room with all the stormtroopers? We just walked through it both times.
If you can sty long enough you will spot a few troopers moving. Heads turning arms moving - very very subtle, but it happens. If you are in the ITS again and you look out the front window as your ship is being brought onboard, you can see the stormtroopers running into the hangar room.
 

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