^ Maybe they could/would add that as part of the Meet & Greet building, being built beside Maelstrom? It's (apparently) such a huge building they're putting up, it wouldn't surprise me, that if there was more than just the Greeting Area for Anna, Elsa et al, they could fit in something like this.
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cfc wrote:My guess is that there will be a grander version of any Frozen attraction at Tokyo DisneySea--which is par for the course. That being said, I'm looking forward to seeing what Disney does with the old Malestrom space.
Tokyo DisneySea already confirmed that they're building a whole section themed to Frozen/Scandinavia. They haven't announced a new ride yet but I have no doubt it will blow a Maelstrom redo out of the water. Especially if the concept art is even somewhat accurate.
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I am also curious whether they are keeping the reverse flume part of the ride? And if so, by the sound of the ride description, it should happen when the other trolls are met - like before, but not so angry, heh. Or will they rebuild it, turning it into a completely forward traveling flume?
I heard a rumor that the entire load and unload area is being totally reworked. What I hope is that they condense the load/unload area into the space that was the old unload area. Like every modern ride, keep them in the same spot. That would free up everything past that for new scenes and story telling.
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