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Pixar Pier (2018)

Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort' started by Freak, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. Wesker69

    Wesker69 Veteran Member

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    Hey now, lets not encourage them to remove 3 small rides for one larger ride. Now if you want to relocate those 3 rides, then sure. But the park needs all the rides it can get without removing a few to add one.
     
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    Perhaps it could be three attractions, with Searider replacing the three flats and two attractions at the expansion plot, that are layered to two floors (similar to Pandora)? It's worth thought, especially as it sounds like the middle of the Screamin Helix is finally getting a proper attention at that location.
     
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    The number of attractions doesn't matter. The amount of guest's they consume does. SeaRider has a massive queue. It would increase capacity of the park even after the 3 flat rides have been removed.
     
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    Replacing 3 rides with 3 rides keeps the ride count the same, or replacing 3 rides with one ride that has a massive queue... doesn't matter. Its all about making the ride count go up... the more rides there are, the longer the people will stay in the park, the longer they stay in the park, the more money people will spend. "ITS THE CIRCLE OF LIFE... AND IT MOVES US ALL..."

    While the park needs more big rides, it also needs the small flat rides to balance it out. You can't expect people to just waste their time in line for one big ride like SeaRider when they can do a lot more in the park.
     
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    In the case of DCA, It doesn't matter. The park is jammed with flat rides and big rides. Pixar Pier is also expected to get at least 2 new rides in the future. If ride count did matter, DLR would have higher attendance than MK and DHS. But it doesn't.
     
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    Nick C. Staff Member Moderator

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    Exactly, ride count doesn't matter. Quality over quantity. I'd much rather a good dark ride with close to 2,000/hr capacity than a bunch of flats that have horrible capacity.
     
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    No, post-SWL is currently a Fantasyland redo/expansion at the moment. Tomorrowland will likely be renovated at this point in the late 2020s.
     
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    Thats right.. totally forgot about the Fantasyland expansion.
     
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    I think Tomorrowland will be 2026 at the earliest.
     
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