ANNOUNCEMENT: The Seventh Amendment has been...*ahem*...amended. You are now allowed to use 15 photos. This allows you to be more creative through imagery, while also preventing you from solely relying on the images, not the text. This change applies to Challenge 1 and on. Sorry for any inconvenience.
"The Seventh Amendment -
You are not required to use photos (unless otherwise noted) but if you choose to, you may only use up to 15 (once again, unless noted). This prevents clutter and slowdowns and also allows proposals to focus on elaborate descriptions."
Hide it under spoilers, please.This is still a work in progress!!!
Port de Mystère, or Port of MysteryWelcome to Port de Mystère, or Port of Mystery in English. Hidden deep in the heart of the jungle, the legend of Sinbad comes to life like nothing ever seen before. A mystical village of sorts emerges from the foliage, with a temple in the foreground featuring the groundbreaking main attraction, The Voyage of Sinbad: Sinbad's Legends. On the sides, you have a little hut selling some Wonders of the World, and an abandoned lighthouse called Sailor's Portside Inn. The idea of this challenge was to create something using either the Indiana Jones IP, the Pirates IP, or anything else we could think of to connect Adventureland into one big circle. From all of us here at Team Sea, we hope you enjoy our presentation.
Queue: Guests walking through the new Port du Mystere will come upon a small cave opening in the center of a large rock structure. Next to the cave entrance flows a rather small waterfall that leads into a small pool. A series of rocks jut out from the rock face and through the waterfall. These rocks form the words "Le Voyage du Sindbad. The Legend of Sindbad."
Le Voyage du Sinbad: The Voyage of Sinbad
After entering the dark and mysterious cave and traversing its twisted passages, guests will come upon a gigantic marble doorway with a column on each side imbedded in the rock face. Entering this strange ancient structure, guests will find themselves in the rotunda of an ancient library. Bookcases stuffed with books surround the wall and climb a good twenty feet up into the rotunda. Just above the never-ending bookshelves are a series of paintings, painted right onto the dome of the rotunda. Looking at the pairings, guests can see an image representing each of Sindbad's voyages: the Roc birds, the giants, and the others all represented on this beautiful and ancient dome. At the highest point of the rotunda, right in the center of the dome is another painting - a painting of a small wooden ship in the center of a raging storm. Could it be Sindbad's lost eighth voyage and the demise of the legendary pirate?
After a set of switchbacks, guests pass into a room on the far side of the rotunda. The ceiling is considerably lower, supported by a series of small columns connected by arches built into the ceiling, much like the crypt in the U.S. Capitol. On the far side of the room is the load area, through which an endless fleet of boats and guests pass through to begin their adventure.
Actual Ride Experience:
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