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The Creator Games: Project Revival

Discussion in 'Imagineer' started by IDInstitute, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. RMichael21

    RMichael21 Well-Known Member

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    -IN MEMORY OF UNKADUG-

    ...TEAM DRAX PROUDLY PRESENTS...


    PORT MYSTERIOUS
    (神秘的港口)
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    "For your first challenge, both teams will design a new land for any Disney Park around the world, inspired by the themes of "never-built" imagineering concepts."

    Over the past year, Shanghai Disneyland has been a tremendous success, and with plans to grow, the park truly has a bright future.

    However, the biggest cornerstone of the unreleased expansion plan addresses the park's most glaring oddity: Why is there no Haunted Mansion? And not to mention, hardly any true dark rides?

    The new expansion land certainly has that! Inspired by the never-built attraction, "Museum of the Weird", this brand new land (located in between Pirate's Cove, Adventure Isle, and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train) features an original, family-friendly E-ticket, an amazing show (the park's equivalent to another missing attraction: The Tiki Room), oddly exuberant shopping and dining experiences, and a vibrant environment bustling with the strange.


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    Just as the name would suggest, the atmosphere of Port Mysterious is quite mysterious. On the edge of the lake, a large number of 2-3 story tall buildings comprised of dark, charred, and purple-ish bricks. Lots of mysterious artifacts surround the area, helping to create the whimically gritty atmosphere. Within a brick planter, four tall palms lie. A plaque nearby names these the "sister palms". Periodically, they bend around each other in a magical, enchanting way. Also, a large wall has a plaque calling the building material "Radon Bricks" as they twist and turn to make different mystical shapes.

    Museum of Mystery
    (神秘博物館)
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    Port Mysterious’s main E-ticket is a fast moving high capacity dark ride based on Rolly Crump’s Museum of the Weird and will be Shanghai’s answer to the Haunted Mansion. Located in an old antique store converted into museum. Run by a small women possibly Otto T. wife.

    The Queue
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    The line starts outside in a back alley next to the store before entering the store and weaving in between shelves that reach the ceiling. On them are references to SEA, The Haunted Mansion, Gravity Falls and the Museum of the Weird. We pass the cashier desk and a small sign says tours this way. We head into the loading area and board Dynamic Attractions Robot Arm dark ride system allowing us to get closer to the scares than ever before.
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    The Attraction Experience
    Scene 1

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    The car turns around a corner and enters a room full of old chair interestingly they all have faces, arms and legs. They blink and chuckle at us as we pass. The car swings around and continues into darkness.

    Scene 2
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    A small candle illuminates the dark hallway as we get closer it can be easily seen that a man is holding in but not any man one made on candle wax. He swings his flaming arm at us and we rear back into another room full of paintings moving changing and watching us as we run away.

    Scene 3
    We enter the music room as all the instruments play themselves or do they. Out of nowhere skeletons appear to be playing the instruments. After a few seconds then disappear and the cycle repeats itself.

    Scene 4
    We enter a greenhouse and find a large group of plants with faces and lunge at us trying to eat us or pull us out of the car. Other plants are in there as well including one that looks like a child.

    Scene 5
    We pass a large aquarium full of skeletal fish and a sea monster sitting in the bottom of the tank. Then enter a zoo like collection of strange fossilized creatures. There is also some small living creatures in cages.

    Scene 6
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    We pass by a seance room as the crystal ball in the center calls upon the monster to reveal herself. In a grand fireplace in the center of a separate room this female fire monster appears and chases us down hall and all around the surprisingly large antique store. We escape when a large shelf comes crashing down on the monster and we return the real world and unload now knowing the mysteries that live in the museum.

    Symphony of the Strange
    (交響樂的奇怪)

    You are welcomed into a makeshift theater Dr. Otto T. has set up in his private study. He promises to present to you the Symphony of the Strange. The curtain rises and it appears our host is no where to be seen.
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    "Where is the Doctor?" the audience asks themselves. Then, the chair in the center of the room opens his eyes.
    "Right. So, it appears I have been turned into a chair. No reason to let that stop the show though."
    Dr. Otto T. has recently and mysteriously been transformed into a chair. He talks about his metamorphosis as calmly and simply as most people would talk about stubbing their toes. As if being transformed into a chair was nothing more than a mild inconvenience and a common occurrence. Not any reason to stop his show.

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    After introducing himself, he explains that he came to Port Mysterious 13 years ago because of its unusually high concentration of the unusual. Otto is fascinated by the fantastic and has spent his life seeking it out. He has even written a song about it. A simple metronome best plays as he sings.

    -----------SONG-----------
    I am curious
    About the curious
    I wonder
    About the wonders all around
    If you are curious
    And seek out
    The fantastic
    It can always be found


    Some say I'm crazy
    Or call me deranged
    But I just listen
    To the Symphony of the Strange
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    It's a bit boring. A bit simple. But the Doctor explains that just like life, sometimes you have to really listen to hear what makes it special. The little details that are out of the norm and make life grand.
    He then goes through and introduced a few of the oddities he has found:
    A mummy notable for being somehow both thousands of years hold and having a call phone in his pocket.
    The Enchanted Tiki of the 4 Birds. Each of the tiki birds loves to sing of course.

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    A mysterious prism that produces dazzling light shows.
    A barbershop quintet of singing busts.

    A heart belonging to a creature of unimaginable size and shape buried underneath the floor boards.

    And lastly, an enchanted, evil songstress long locked away in a chest in the center of the room. She breaks out and tries to sing her siren song and cast her magic spells in order to subdue the Doctor and take all his oddities as a way to increase her own power.

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    Dr. Otto T. was prepared for her attempted escape. The Crystal ball in the center of the room lights up and acts as a mystical fail safe trapping the songstress back in her chest.
    The Doctor then says that now that he has introduced the audience to the weirdness all around, perhaps this time we'll be able to appreciate the Symphony of the Strange. The song plays again, but this time each odditie from the show (and even a few more) plays a part adding to the song. A bass drumbeat from the heart, accapela background music from the busts, back up vocals from the birds, a light show from the prism, and melodious moaning from the mummy (as well as his phone's ringtone). The song now is a full, beautiful, unique, and weird Symphony of the Strange.
    The queue would be through the Doctor's house. The theaters would be small to keep the show having an intimate feel, but there would be two theaters for capacity. The show itself would be done similarly to the Enchanted Tiki Room using audio animatronics and other traditional effects. Occasional projection effects will be used for what is impossible or impractical using practical effects.
    The show will be a C ticket experience. The theater holds about 250 people per show. The show lasts 8 minutes. With two theaters and no unexpected delays, it can cycle 3,750 people through per hour.

    Inexplicable Explorer Vessels
    (不可思議的資源管理器)


    The third and final attraction located on the shores of Port Mysterious is a re-imagined take on the classic Disney Park attraction, the explorer canoes. While the Explorer Canoes already exist in Adventure Isle/Treasure Cove, the dock and attraction will be relocated to the shores of Port Mysterious. Guests will enter their canoes in a similar fashion to the current experience. However, once guests get into the open water is where things will drastically change.

    Built in the middle of the lake that houses the banks of Adventure Isle, Treasure Cove and Port Mysterious will be a small show building encased in rock work. The show building will be largely underground and out of sight of guests walking around the lake.

    The canoes will travel towards this rock formation (the guide playing the role of naive guide who becomes curious of the rock formation, which he says was not there the week before). Once the canoes reach the rock formation however , a strong current pulls the canoes in! This is accomplished by a wide set of underwater troughs that catch the bottom of the canoe and mechanically pull the vessel into the cave.

    With the canoe now attached to the trough, the canoes then become attached to a ride path that guides the canoes (in the dark coupled with strategic lighting effects) out of the water, giving the sensation that the canoes are floating! An elevator then brings guests down into the underwater show building where they must try to escape the realm of the weird!


    Once they have exited the elevator, the canoes are dumped back into the water. Guests find themselves in a maze of underwater caverns that almost seem possessed! Still attached to the ride path, guests will paddle through the caverns in an attempt to escape the oddities of the cavern. The vessel guide narrates the entire journey.

    Finally, guests will find a way out and "float" out of the water, back up an elevator and out onto the lake in a similar fashion to the beginning of the attraction. Guests are then released from the ride path and are left to paddle with their

    While this C-Ticket diversion turned attraction experience takes no more than ten to fifteen minutes, it is a fantastic way to round out the attraction lineup of both Port Mysterious and the Park itself!


    Elements
    (元素)

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    "In the beginning, there was Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. The ancient beings of power combined these elements to create their very own world. A world in which they could flourish, and rule over the life they would create from these elements.
    "The deities invite you to their most ancient creations halls, which appear once every thousands of years, where they act as a gracious host to you as you feast."

    Your Hosts
    Inferno - Lord of Fire
    Terraria - Lord(ess) of Earth
    Aqua - Lord of Water
    Storm - Lord of Air

    The Dining Hall
    The dining hall is a square divided into four sections, with a kitchen in the circular center of the rooms. Each section is themed to a different element and features the lord sitting on a throne

    The Fire Room
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    The walls in this room display lava continually running down them. Occasionally, a hole will appear in lava to show an active volcano or burning medieval village

    The Water Room
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    The walls in this room display beautiful scenes of the ocean. Occasionally, the scenes will show a tsunami or sea monster attacking a fisherboat.

    The Earth Room
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    The walls in this room display constantly beautiful scenes of the world. Occasionally, a hole will appear in the ground to show a dangerous earthquake.

    The Air Room
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    The walls in this room display beautiful scenes of the clouds. Occasionally, a tornado can be seen destroying the earth.


    The deities wanted to teach humanity a lesson. The elements all have their beauty, but can be very dangerous. They should not be feared, but rather respected.

    Otto's Antiques
    (奧託的古董)

    After exiting the Museum of the Weird, we stop by a new wing of the museum. Here, we find another section of the old store, untouched by the new Museum.

    References to the Hanted Mansion and S.E.A are everywhere, from framed photographs to the odd, yet familiar sound of a music box coming from the attic...

    Merchandise is very basic, mostly being just ride souvenirs and T-shirts, although you may find surprises here and there (Notice: Don't touch the old sailor doll on the mantelplace. It may or may not be alive...).

    Traders of the Weird
    (交易商的奇怪)

    Traders from far and near have all come to Port Mysterious to ship their odd iritis and treasures. At Traders of the Weird, these merchants leave their weirdest finds, after they were deemed unfit to sell to the general public. Shelves are lined with oddities, and if you ask a resident trader, they will tell you all about them.

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    In conclusion, Port Mysterious has everything that people asked for, and even more. With a peculiar E-ticket that will delight the entire family, and a wacky, yet mystifying environment, there's really something for everybody.

    So what are you waiting for? Grab those airline tickets and your talking chair, and visit Port Mysterious today!
     
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  2. IDInstitute

    IDInstitute Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Amazing project output teams! Enjoy the next day or so off, as reviews will come sometime tomorrow (with guest judge @tcool123 this round!), followed directly after by the next session. :)
     
  3. TheOriginalTiki

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    @SandyClaws and I are about ready to go on air for part two of the Profile Series on never-built Imagineering concepts!
     
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    I really want this to be a reference to Robert the Doll. If it is, than whoever pitched including this little detail just made my day ;)

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  5. IAmNotAHufflepuff

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    It is. I made the reference, as I recall actually going to Key West and seeing it. :D

    It turns out a family member of mine died a week later. The superstition is real, folks. :eek:
     
  6. tcool123

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    Tcool's Reviews

    Team Baby Groot -
    I agree cold is a cruel beast, currently like around the sixties when I type this, and I'm pretty sure it's about to snow any second now. The logo is really nice, and fits the original concept of Glacier Bay. I am rather interested on how your team takes on this classic concept, that I have seen riffs on multiple times in the past. Why is Zinthorp no longer a great fishing village due to new technology? This doesn't make much sense, and seems rather weak, but this is only a backstory; not the real meat of this land. The post was a nice touch, that adds to the story of the land. Whomever created the map of GB did a really good job, and I'm seriously in love with the aesthetic.

    The Zinthorp Village concept art is rather nice. I like how the stores here are appropriate to the culture, but um Rockar? It's an odd retail choice considering 90% of the time Central Florida is hot and humid. Is Aka Skidor another shop? This one really throws me off, would airlines even allow for skis to go back on a plane? I ask this because none of the states that border Florida get enough snow to warrant skis, and dog sledding. You never really full out state if your selling that in this location though. The interactive experience is a nice touch, and how did you do that with that merchandise! It looks so cool, and I want that Glacier Bay mug. The overlays are a nice touch. I really liked Taiga Trails up until you got to the aquarium part, this was a rather move. Not in the sense on the focus, but rather the content. You have three different whales, and namely orcas and narwhals. If SeaWorld is experienced backlash for their plans of making a tank for Orcas eliminating shows, what do you think will happen to Disney? At this moment and time I don't see Disney ever doing this, and can be the straw that breaks the camel's back of PETA vs Animal Kingdom. Which at the moment is close to nonexistent, introduce this, and well it's not going to be positive.

    Mythos: Aurora Sky is another unrealistic thing you have tagged to this project, and not because it's bad, but because Animal Kingdom already has two nighttime shows. I doubt Disney will be so quick to back a third nighttime show for the park when the first isn't even open yet. It also reads like a PBS nature documentary in the sky with drones. Which isn't all that fun, and could be boring even with the visuals. Midnight Sun is an interesting concept. My main complaint is the sample menu seems like an afterthought due to its rather short length. It would've been better to just cut it. Swedish Sandwich Cakes sounds interesting, and would likely be fun dining option. Finally there's Nordic Ice, it fells incomplete. You mention a sentence of a menu item, and quit. It reads off as awkward, and once again an after statement.

    I like the detail you go into for the queue, and especially the map for the queue. Which is intricate and nicely done, and honestly the maps for the submission were stupendous. It would've been nice to know what species is Berg's favorite animal. I'm guessing an Ibex, but I'm pretty sure they don't live in the Arctic. Besides that, this ride is rather joyous, and fun. A modern day Jungle Cruise to be sure, and even has some thrilling parts as well. I also like how you included the backstory of Berg, and while unnecessary it shows what Disney is known for detail. The second attraction I liked, but more detail would've been nice to set it apart for it's neighbouring. This also sounds like something better fit for the Canada pavilion at Epcot than the Scandinavian themed Glacier Bay.

    Overall this was a mixed bag for me, but the good far outweighed the weaker portions of this submission. Kudos for the art, maps and the website all were done really well, and add to this project. Not sure if I mentioned this already, but I had my doubts as you failed to include Frozen. :eek::rolleyes::p
    I'm sure Disney can just get rid of whichever attraction becomes an instant classic for a new Frozen ride.
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    Team Drax
    All right, I'm all excited from the other submission; let's see how you all did :D

    First off I liked how you included the prompt in your post, a nice touch. Secondly the reason Shanghai doesn't have a Haunted Mansion is the same reason Hong Kong doesn't have one. It has to do with or superstitions or something like that; I can't remember exactly, but it was a prompt for The Sorcerer's Apprentice Season 2. Hopefully you adapted to accommodate to the culture to keep it Distinctly Disney, Uniquely Chinese.

    Your main E-Ticket had an interesting idea, but fell rather flat. Some more detail would've gone a long way for this submission. Your main C-Ticket is a lot of fun, and in general I think the storyline of this attraction would've worked better for the E-Ticket. It was creative, and clever on incorporating the subtle references to other classic animatronic shows. Shanghai suffers from the lack of small rides like the canoes, and you guys kinda made their situation a bit worse. It sounds like you're also getting rid of some of the kinetics of the area, which is a shame. An alternative could've been adding a new boat ride like the Keel Boats of yore. I'm not sure what Elements is, but nice theme idea. Overall there were some good ideas, and had the execution been slightly better I could see this being a great addition to Shanghai. I'm excited to see what this team shows off in the future as there is promise here.

    Final Conclusion
    All around Team Baby Groot's Glacier Bay is the stronger project, and one of the best team projects I've seen in a long time. Dare I say it, but it's as strong as some of the best projects to come out of team based competitions. Although I prefer the Tomorrowland project from last Creator's Game by @tcool for reasons unknown. :rolleyes:;):p:D
     
  7. IDInstitute

    IDInstitute Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Session 1 Concept Creation Challenge Reviews
    As I said earlier, this was a great first round! It's clear you all put your heart into your concepts, and now it's time for me to read though them and share my thoughts :D

    Team Baby Groot
    Phenomenal project guys! I am truly impressed with the scope of this project, especially given that for most of you this is only your first or second competition. Here's all my thoughts on it!
    -First, I'd just like to say that @Jsly and @MCParradox did outstanding work visually with graphics, logos, and the map, really some of the best custom art I've seen in a while. Those touches always help make projects feel more complete and add uniqueness to them!
    -The choice to bring back the concept of an arctic themed land combined with the Scandinavian village was very interesting. I think the theme is something that would add a lot of diversity to the DAK offerings, and this was clearly well thought out based on your overview/backstory.
    -Also on the topic of the backstory, I really enjoyed how you incorporated S.E.A. and created a new character for it. Perhaps one of the coolest things about this land is, like Asia or Dinoland (ok, don't hurt me for the second example :p), it is a highly themed land seemingly with a bunch of different types of experiences combined together, but if you really look there actually is a much greater story the land is telling. However, I do wish you did more with the Bastion Berg backstory, instead of just simply him starting a research area. A more creative and elaborate set up would have been much more interesting.
    -Like I said earlier, the map is excellent, however I think the actual layout could use a bit of a reworking. Going off of the map, the land is huge, a little unrealistically big compared to the other lands of the park (granted, I'm taking show buildings into account here which other attractions in this park don't really have currently). Also I wish you managed to find a way to route a path from Glacier Bay to Rafikis, as it's right next to it and could be an alternative to the train.
    -I really like Zinthorp village! It has a very nice "DAK feel" to it, and it would fit in very well. In addition, I'm really glad you included Glacier Bay Adventures. It's these types of attractions that really give DAK its identity aside from the other parks, as a fun diversion from the big E tickets and whatnot.
    -Beyond the Lost Ice was excellent, not only is it a great thrilling (and funny!) e-ticket that sets itself apart from the other rides in the park, but it is a great piece of storytelling too (and here's some of the more details and elaboration on Dr. Berg I was hoping for :D). Honestly my only criticism for it is the name, as it's just kind of..weird :p Like because ice itself can't really be lost:p maybe just simplify it to Beyond the Ice? Or even reword to Lost Beyond the Ice?
    -I like the premise of Arctic Voyage, and makes for a nice side addition to the land. I wish there was a bit more detail on it (specifically the narration) to give me a better picture of what you had in mind for it.
    -Mythos: Aurora Sky was great! The video to go with it is one of the most unique parts of any project I've seen, and really shows dedication and care about the project. Along with everything in Pandora, Rivers of Light, and Tree of Life Awakens, this park would be the place to be at night time with this.
    -That's pretty much all of my big notes and thoughts I have on this project, with everything else I didn't really touch on like Taiga Trail looking like really cool parts of the land. Overall this was incredibly well done and had a lot of heart in it, great work!

    Team Drax
    Fantastic work! The ideas tossed around here were very enticing, so I'm excited to pic this project apart! :D
    -I really, really like the concept of a Museum of the Weird land! So much potential for fun there which I think was hit on the head for the most part. Not only is it a great idea for a land in general, but Shanghai was a great choice as it compliments the other lands very nicely and fulfills the needs of the park (in what it's currently lacking in classic dark rides like was mentioned).
    -The scene was set very nicely, and I can envision myself there...with the right level of theming, this is the type of environment that I know would be cherished by all sorts of Disney fans for years to come.
    -Also, this isn't really much of a point about the content, but I liked the translation for the different areas, that was a fun touch for the presentation :joyfull:
    -While it could use a bit more detail, I did enjoy the ride experience of the e-ticket. That said, I feel like the wrong direction was went in for the type of attraction it was. For a Museum of the Weird land, and like said fulfilling the need for HM-esque dark rides, going with a "fast-moving" thrillier ride as the signature attraction with the MotW gags and effects I think was a mistake. A more intense ride like this wasn't a bad idea for this land, however I didn't think this vehicle/ride system was necessary to the experience and makes the classic concept of a ride less accessible to many guests.
    -Symphony of the Strange I think was wonderful. It is incredibly original, the song and story are both great and fun, and definitely has the feel of a timeless attraction that should go in this land.
    -The Inexplicable Explorer Vessels was a very nice upgrade that fits well, though I do wish you expanded more with a nice ride instead of replacing (also, just as a side note for next time as this made me think of it, I would love to see a map! :) It's not a huge mark against for not having one, but they definitely do help give a better sense of scope of the project, how it fits into its surroundings, and what the experience in the area will be like).
    -Traders of the Weird and Otto's antiques are nice themed touches for the land. Although there isn't much specifically to talk about for just shops, I enjoyed that you went the extra mile to include backstories and extra detail like that!
    -Elements seems like a very cool experience, and with the right technology used could really be something that changes the game in terms of theme park dining! That said, I wish it was explained a bit more how it fits into the theme of the land.
    -Overall, great work! While there could be a bit more detail and elaboration in some areas, it's clear that this team has a lot of great ideas and work together well, and hopefully that means another great Session 2 project! :D


    Results coming momentarily!​
     
  8. RMichael21

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    I'm just going to second this while we wait for the results, the artwork was fantastic! :)
     
  9. MCParradox

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    Thanks for the comments about the art guys! And like all of you, I really want some of @Jsly's merch with the logos on it! He did an excellent job there!
     
  10. IDInstitute

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    --Session 1: I Want You Back--
    Concept Creation Challenge Results


    This was a great first challenge with lots of excellent content to be found, however there can only be one winning team. @tcool123 and I seem to be in agreement on this in that, Team Baby Groot, you are the winners!
    While Drax had lots of strong ideas that ordinarily could definitely be a winning project, Baby Groot went far and beyond working together excellently as a team, had a great presentation, and overall created something that I could see Disney creating themselves. So, congratulations!

    Now what, you ask?

    Well, as I teased at yesterday in a post to remind you, as the winners of this CC challenge, Team Baby Groot will receive an advantage in the next CC challenge to take place next session. (Don't worry Drax, it won't be anything too bad, really just a fun advantage to start off with here early on :D ;)).

    Lastly, while this session was not intended to have eliminations, there will be a...dwindling of the cast. @Michel Lichand has decided to drop out of the competition, and @Stark has been, well, um, banned from WDWMagic... So he will not be joining us going forward either :p

    So, just to update the teams:

    Team Baby Groot

    (With coaches @spacemt354 and @MonorailRed):
    @FigmentPigments, @OvertheHorizon,@MCParradox, @Expedition626, @Poe Dameron, @C. E. Myatt, @Brer Oswald, @Jsly, @Disney Dad 3000

    Team Drax
    (With coaches @MANEATINGWREATH and @Sam4D23):
    @Magic Feather, @Pionmycake, @David2319, @AdventurerEllie, @orlando678-, @RMichael21, @kmbmw777, @IAmNotAHufflepuff, @DSquared, @Angels and Disney's, @DlpPhantom


    And with that, Session 1 is officially completed!​
     
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    Congrats Baby Groot! You guys did great! Don't get too comfortable though;) lol
     
  12. spacemt354

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    Congrats Team Baby Groot woo!! And great project for Drax as well...

    Now --- onto Session 2, where Drax will be ready, so we need to be ready too:bookworm:
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  13. IDInstitute

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    Session 2: Ain't No River Country Wide Enough



    Congratulations on completing the first challenge of the competition, we hope you had an awesome time! This time around we will be heading to WDW, where we are going to revive an old relic of the resort for a new generation of fun.

    This session will consist of:
    Team Concept Creation Challenge
    (Same format as last time, same teams of course :D)

    Any eliminations will be determined by the judges at the end of the session based upon activity levels.

    The Concept Creation challenge will be posted momentarily.​
     
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    --Session 2: Ain't No River Country Wide Enough--
    Concept Creation Challenge

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    Welcome to your 2nd Concept Creation Challenge in The Creator Games: Project Revival, where we are heading to the Floridian Forest of WDW!

    Walt Disney World is well known for its 4 theme parks and 2 water parks, right? Unfortunately, for reasons that to this day haven't been made crystal clear to the public, WDW used to have another whole water park, which lies empty and overgrown today.

    For your second challenge, both teams will design a complete revival of the abandoned River Country water park, along with a refurbishment of the Fort Wilderness resort/campground area.

    You may be as creative as you'd like with lot expansion, new technology, and developing stories for the projects, however you must keep the general theme of the old River Country and Fort Wilderness.

    Lastly, as you know, Team Baby Groot has won an advantage in this next CC challenge after winning the previous one.

    For those of you who haven't been around on here very long, it's a long-standing unofficial tradition in Imagineering competitions to have a challenge situation where someone is stuck with having to creatively find a way to include a random IP into their project, always leading to a very fun submission... Perhaps you see where I'm going with this ;)

    Team Baby Groot, as an advantage this round, gets to choose a Disney IP from the last 5 years that Team Drax must somehow work into their concept. They have 24 hours to pick one or the advantage is void.

    If you have any questions - you can post them to the main thread here or ask your coaches in the team brainstorming PMs.

    This challenge will be due Monday, January 16th, at 9:00PM EST.

    Good Luck teams!​
     
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  15. spacemt354

    spacemt354 Chili's

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    @TheOriginalTiki has fond memories of this twist:p
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    Hey team drax.....

    Are you ready for a family blander than bland...

    A show that's lamer than lame...

    And lip syncing that's worse than the Felix the Cat movie....














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    :p:hilarious:
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    Team Drax must creatively find a way to incorporate Dog With A Blog into their project :p:hilarious:
     
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    Watch this part of the project is actually amazing:hilarious:
     

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