Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Attractions Planning

Sara_H

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It made me feel a bit woozy during and for a little while after. I'm not super prone to motion sickness but as I get older the more the simulator rides tend to bother me.
 

Tink9721

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Jun 14, 2009
I only rode twice, but the level of jerkiness probably partially depends on how bad your pilots are.
 

JodyLynC

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Sep 7, 2001
How would you compare Millennium Falcon Run to Star Tours as far as motion is concerned? Was one rougher than the other? Issues with motion sickness?
 
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  • JodyLynC

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    Sep 7, 2001
    Is the Rise of the Resistance ride available with Fast Pass? I didn't see it on the Disboards Fast Pass list. If it is available with Fast Pass, what tier is it?

    Thanks!!

    Jody
     

    only hope

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    How would you compare Millennium Falcon Run to Star Tours as far as motion is concerned? Was one rougher than the other? Issues with motion sickness?
    Depends on how good or bad the pilots are. It's generally bumpier than ST imo. I've read posts of some people who are fine on ST and not SR and vice versa.
     


  • ORD2KOA

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    I read this today and couldn't be happier. The idea of queuing up at 5 am to get into that ride never appealed to me in any way. YAY! that I can do it later in the day.
     

    rastuso

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    So, are there people that are paying for single day park tickets now, and NOT getting a boarding pass? I’m trying to decide if it’s worth $500 for my family to go to the park for a day. Not getting on this ride would most certainly ruin the day. Only getting one ride is bad enough, getting zero with so many other things cut would be awful.

    What is current park capacity vs RoTR average ride capacity.
     
  • MomOTwins

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    So, are there people that are paying for single day park tickets now, and NOT getting a boarding pass? I’m trying to decide if it’s worth $500 for my family to go to the park for a day. Not getting on this ride would most certainly ruin the day. Only getting one ride is bad enough, getting zero with so many other things cut would be awful.

    What is current park capacity vs RoTR average ride capacity.
    Nobody knows the numbers but there are absolutely people who are not getting boarding groups, as well as people getting backup groups that are not called before the end of the day.
     

    DL1WDW2

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    Add to this the bewilderment of designing an attraction that has an open weather element in the middle ? So any weather threat will add to delays along with the mechanical issues...
     

    dina444444

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    Add to this the bewilderment of designing an attraction that has an open weather element in the middle ? So any weather threat will add to delays along with the mechanical issues...
    The only actual open weather area is a walkway between two pre show elements. The end while it’s “open air” is completely covered.
     

    rastuso

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    Nobody knows the numbers but there are absolutely people who are not getting boarding groups, as well as people getting backup groups that are not called before the end of the day.
    Wow. It’s looking more and more like this October could be my first Disney-less trip to Orlando ever after going for 46 years.

    I just can’t justify the price for the same old, mostly tired MK rides. And with no guarantee of a RotR ride, and crappiness of SR, the Studios is pretty weak. Id go in a heartbeat for one day if we could park hop to both of them into the actual night.

    I really don’t understand Disney’s gameplan here. there are such simple things they could do to get a lot more people in the parks, buying stuff. If I do go, I would purposely buy as little as possible. I assume their 2020 merch isn’t even discounted, even though they are swimming in it.
     
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    RedK

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    I'm a solo headed to the park in a few weeks, and plan to stand in line for 9 million hours if necessary to pilot the Falcon. Since they are only letting family groups in, it will be just me. Is there any advantage for solos to pilot the left seat or the right seat?
     
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