I hope this is an April fools joke.
Nope.I hope this is an April fools joke.
And either way, this won't last long.
I’ve got 5 or 6 days from the June 30th opening to carefully watch wait times and determine which is the more popular ride before I have to book my FPP’s.FP one, rope drop the other, and hope that the 3 tracks for TSM won't make the standby too long.
Yep all 3 TSL attractions are tier 1. Everything else at DHS is tier 2 beginning June 30th.Nope.
Based on the experience of someone booking CL FPs. The post seems legit, he even included screen shots showing the choices, as in "You may choose one of the following tier 1 rides" with the 3 TSL rides listed, and everything else listed under tier 2.
Pretty sure @Rteetz can chime in with more info/details.
I can't help but wonder if this will make ToT and RnR the fastest FPs to book out.I'd be more inclined to take advantage of being able to have Tower of Terror and Rock 'N' Roller Coaster alongside Toy Story Midway Mania
I'd argue TSMM is more of a tier one than Aliens is. It makes sense to me though to have them all tier 1 for now with the opening like they did with Pandora.Why would they not make it alien, slinky and Aerosmith tier 1, everything else tier 2? Now every single person booking fast passes will take tower and Aerosmith, and then slinky or alien if it’s leftover.
When is Mickey scheduled to come online? Spring 2019? Summer 2019? That will obviously jump into tier 1 pushing TSMM to tier 2.
I have no idea who Kenny the Pirate is but I hope he is right. This approach works well at AK IMO.
With the toys shrunken down to animatronics less than a foot tall I'd bet that most guests would never actually get a chance to view/interact with them. And then you have the problem of what exactly are you seeing as you walk around this land, a well manicured yard?I get what you're saying. Monday Morning QB'ing here, but it would've been interesting if we weren't "shrunk down to the size of toys" to play in Andy's backyard, but rather the Toys and people were at real life scale (so we guests would be "Andy's" not toys). This may have given the opportunity for the doll-sized toys to be some really interesting animatronics scattered throughout the new land. This would have represented the actual movie too and no need to make believe that you've been shrunken (and avoid that whole scale convo that I cringe everything it's mentioned). I get why they went they way they did though. I anticipate the land to be very fun.