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Old 11-05-2012, 09:28 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by tcufrog View Post
The Ewok village would be a better compliment to the Swiss Family Robinson tree house. I know a lot of adults aren't Ewok fans but the kids would love it.

There should be a Rebel Alliance victory parade.
I think you are right. Ewok village might be a better option....although the Falcon being parked in Mos Eisley would still be pretty cool.

I think the victory parade idea really works well too!
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:12 PM   #17
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How about a coster ride that take you through the death star canyon scene that Luke flew in "a new hope" or the internal flight through the death star like the falcon flew... it could use lasers fire and smoke walls... a fire finish each ride...
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:16 PM   #18

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In the essence of the Magic Kingdom, there should be several lands. What scenes/planets have the greatest impact on Star wars?

Coruscant would be the entry area. The shuttles (buses) would dock in the main star port. After debarkation, galactic citizens make their way through and between the sprawling spires of the Imperial City to reach the hub, where they will find continuing transportation (walk ways) to the various planets within the Republic/Galactic Empire.

The first available destination is Tatooine, the desert planet that was home to the Skywalker family and birthplace of our intrepid hero, C-3PO. Several options within Tatooine have been mentioned to include Mos Eisley spaceport, Beggar's Canyon, Sand People village, Anchorhead, the Kryat Dragon ride, and the Cantina.

The second stop along the path could be Hoth/Dagobah. On Hoth, citizens would explore the Rebel stronghold, Echo base, fight the the Imperial invasion as a snowspeeder pilot, and come face to face with the Wampa creature! On Dagobah, well it is just hot and muggy, but it would be a great place to learn the light side of the force and become a Jedi (obstacle course, Yoda's house, Jedi Academy).

Of course no Star Wars tour would be complete without a visit to Endor and seeing the lovable Ewoks. The Ewok village would welcome visitors to their homes with log flume rides, paragliding, and story time. But watch out! The dreaded Death Star hovers above, and the Emperor will send his best legion of troops, to dispatch your pitiful little band.

Traveling on a Lambda class shuttle to the Death Star allows guests to tour the power and might of their great Galactic Navy. Here you can tour the fully armed and operational battle station (in a building like Disney Quest), and defend it from the attacking rebel alliance. Citizens can learn the power of the Dark Side from Darth Vader and his inquisitors to become true Sith (counter to Dagobah's jedi). As you stroll the polished decks and bland corridors, you can eat in the station's galley, partake in one of the many training simulators, and join the Stormtroopers as they practice their urban assault tactics. You may even be recruited into their ranks! A museum to the might of Emperor Lucas and his vast creations will fill you with pride in the might of the Empire.

However, it is time to defect from the Empire and join the forces of good. You rendezvous with your contact on the fourth moon of Yavin. Within the ancient ruins of an old civilization, you encounter the rebels preparing for the ultimate battle with the newly arrived Death Star. You can view artifacts of Star Wars lore and even pilot a snub fighter in the coming battle. Here you may be trained by Luke Skywalker in the ways of the jedi.

Of course if Yavin is too rural, you could take a transport to the majestic planet of Naboo. Here you can tour the grand palace, visit the underwater city of the Gungans, and enjoy the luxury and opulence of a core world. However be wary, the droid army of the Trade Federation is near!

Of course, there are so many systems to visit in the Star Wars pantheon. Disney could allow us to visit the infamous Nal Hutta, the brash Corellia, the shipyards at Mon Calamari, and the industrial planet of Duros. Places not yet seen in the movies, so they would have a clean slate.

The possibilities are endless!
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