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Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance (DHS)

Discussion in 'Disney's Hollywood Studios' started by Joe, Nov 17, 2018.

  1. Nick

    Nick Staff Member Moderator

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    Honestly, that was a lot of drivel to read through, but I think every park should look to be well rounded in their attraction line-up. That was my point. And honestly, DHS may feel a little bit of the screens fatigue after all these new rides open, something that will need to be addressed.

    It's not just a Universal issue, it can be Disney too.
     
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    The Official "Use of Screenz" Thread | Inside Universal Forums

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    ;)Niles (TPI) is reporting that "Disney needed extra time to plug a small two-meter exhaust port on the ROR ride that everyone apparently overlooked during construction"............soooo, who's going to get fired for that?.............;)
     
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    Forget fired, if it’s a significant error and it delays the opening it can be a serious lawsuit
     
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    It could also leave them extremely vulnerable to Rebel X-Wing attacks.
     
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    I heard someone at Imagineering put the vulnerability in on purpose, but that probably won't get explained until someone makes a spin-off prequel.
     
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    If I'm reading some of the comments over on Magic correctly, it's possible ROTR won't open at Disneyland until the fall, with Hollywood Studios' version potentially being a similar distance removed from its first phase opening.

    I hope it's open by the end of the year.
     
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    As long as DL's is open by December...
     
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    September in my case. I’m fully prepared to skip Southern California if it isn’t.
     
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    I just need Hollywood Studios' open by the last week of January, 2020.
     
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    If the rides are identical and the issues are technical I fail to see what the fixes they implement to get this up can't be applied fairly quickly in disney world.
     
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    Right. This ain't no software fix. Sounds like some major demo and rebuilding.
     
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    I think the longer Florida delay would be because they’ve stopped work inside the attraction until Disneyland has everything figured out?
     
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    If they've stopped work, again, that means a major issue. If it were just the positioning system as some were saying, the WDW ride could be completed except for that, and the "fix" done quickly. It wouldn't take the project the same number of MONTHS for something easy.

    And they've used their trackless vehicles for over a decade. Hard to imagine that will cause major delays to BOTH rides. Even if this is version 2.0, final programming fixes on the second ride should literally take a few minutes. It just doesn't make sense when one of them is opening 5 months later anyway.
     
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    Or or or...they're both experiencing similar issue and the DHS one had something additional happen to it. I don't fully believe the rumor that's going around to its full-extent, but I think there is SOME truth to it.
     
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    What are those rumors?
     
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    WARNING: I may be over summarizing this, so don't crucify me if it's not all exactly correct. They used the same blueprints as they did for California, which didn’t add scruppers or the FL one didn’t add scruppers. Florida received all of this rain and it all built on the roof and around the dehumidifiers and the standing water killed those. Then, since they apparently didn’t weather-proof the building, the water leaked in and killed a great deal of computer equipment. I don’t fully buy this because it demonstrates multiple level of what I believe are structural building code violations. It just doesn’t add up. They forgot to weather-proof a building in Florida? I call BS.
     
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    Yeah, if Disney is making boneheaded mistakes like that, there are some serious issues at the top. CA and FL likely have VERY different codes. I can't believe they would build in FL with the CA earthquake codes, which likely make foundations much beefier. But FL is a swamp, so the foundations need to be different because of that. Then add in humidity and temperature issues. Plus FL getting like 10 times the rain CA does, it sounds fishy for sure.

    Oh, and then... HURRICANES. Not really a problem in CA.
     

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