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The Condition of the Yeti AA

Splatter

Veteran Member
Nov 29, 2009
2,614
What gets me is why the caverns can't fill with the mist anymore. I understand that the original high pressure nozels were creating too much moisture for the censors on the track but there are ways to get a finer, thinner mist so that would not happen. Like the deals on potc and Forbidden Journey without the priojection effects.

That kind of stuff is just lazy.
 

ChristopherSE

V.I.P.
Jul 12, 2009
2,052
NJ -> Orlando
I don't think it will be working. They've tried time and time again and the only way that it will turn on is if they completely redo that section. So, in other words, it costs money.
 

Brian G.

Editor-in-Chief
Staff member
Administrator
Jan 21, 2008
21,688
Orlando, FL
Yup, and heaven forbid Disney spends too much money to fix an effect that can easily just have the appearance of moving when strobe lights are shining on it.:rolleyes:
It's the money that's the issue, but the downtime.
 

blue180

Rookie
Feb 27, 2011
430
this is honestly pathetic. They made such hype about this ride when it first came out, and ever since, its just gone downhill. They need to close this down for some time, and do some serious work, because i mean, they dont even have the main focal point working! Its stupid!
 

ChristopherSE

V.I.P.
Jul 12, 2009
2,052
NJ -> Orlando
I don't think we're gonna see the yeti working again until another land opens. Then, after a few months and during the off season, I think they might do it. But they're not going to close the main reason guests go to their park and spend a million or two while they're at it.
 

Octobers Fade

DEAD inside
Premium Member
Jul 10, 2010
6,081
NoRemorse Cemetery
I don't think we're gonna see the yeti working again until another land opens. Then, after a few months and during the off season, I think they might do it. But they're not going to close the main reason guests go to their park and spend a million or two while they're at it.
If thats the main reason people go to AK then they are there for the wrong reason, IMHO.