GOG: COSMIC REWIND - PLEASE POST YOUR EXPERIENCES & QUESTIONS. I rode May 10 on AP preview

supergirl04

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jan 3, 2018
You can purchase an Individual Lightning Lane.
If you don’t want to purchase, guests using DAS would need to obtain a Virtual Queue/Boarding Group the same way as other guests.
When your Boarding Group is called, contact a CM at the entrance to let them know you have DAS. After verifying DAS and valid Boarding Group, you will be directed to enter the Lightning Lane.
This thread has a lot more details/explanation
When your boarding group is called and you have a day of DAS for say test track, will you have already had to have ridden test track to use DAS for guardians? I hope that question is clear.

Basically, will day of DAS have to be used before going into the guardian’s area?
 

Brett Wyman

DIS Veteran
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Mar 30, 2018
When your boarding group is called and you have a day of DAS for say test track, will you have already had to have ridden test track to use DAS for guardians? I hope that question is clear.

Basically, will day of DAS have to be used before going into the guardian’s area?

In my experience doing the same scenario for ROTR with our boarding group called and using DAS, no. It doesn't count as your "current" DAS.

They just verify you have DAS registered(and that your BG was called) and you enter the LL queue.
 

supergirl04

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Joined
Jan 3, 2018
In my experience doing the same scenario for ROTR with our boarding group called and using DAS, no. It doesn't count as your "current" DAS.

They just verify you have DAS registered(and that your BG was called) and you enter the LL queue.
Thank you!
 

SueM in MN

combining the teacups with a roller coaster
Moderator
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Aug 23, 1999
When your boarding group is called and you have a day of DAS for say test track, will you have already had to have ridden test track to use DAS for guardians? I hope that question is clear.

Basically, will day of DAS have to be used before going into the guardian’s area?
No. You don’t need to use the DAS for Test Track first.
You won’t actually have a DAS Return Time for Guardians of the Galaxy. You will be using your Virtual Queue/Boarding Group to ride Guardians.
The CM will verify that you are registered for DAS before letting you use the Lightning Lane to enter the LL, but you don’t need a DAS Return Time.
In my experience doing the same scenario for ROTR with our boarding group called and using DAS, no. It doesn't count as your "current" DAS.

They just verify you have DAS registered(and that your BG was called) and you enter the LL queue.
Exactly. My Family didn’t ride Rise of the Resistance when it was Virtual Queue/Boarding Group, but we did ride Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure with it. That was exactly how it worked
 

supergirl04

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jan 3, 2018
No. You don’t need to use the DAS for Test Track first.
You won’t actually have a DAS Return Time for Guardians of the Galaxy. You will be using your Virtual Queue/Boarding Group to ride Guardians.
The CM will verify that you are registered for DAS before letting you use the Lightning Lane to enter the LL, but you don’t need a DAS Return Time.

Exactly. My Family didn’t ride Rise of the Resistance when it was Virtual Queue/Boarding Group, but we did ride Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure with it. That was exactly how it worked
We did ride Rise like that last summer. Completely forgot. Can’t believe I forgot. Thanks, all!
 

rasclautmangos

Earning My Ears
Joined
Sep 26, 2019
My DAS party member didn't seem to have much of an issue with the ride, but it will probably be a one and done for me. There was a portion of the ride where it felt hard to breathe, idk exactly what the issue was the speed or the motion or wind blowing, but there was a portion where it was difficult to get air through my nose.
 

wareagle57

DIS Veteran
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Jan 14, 2014
My DAS party member didn't seem to have much of an issue with the ride, but it will probably be a one and done for me. There was a portion of the ride where it felt hard to breathe, idk exactly what the issue was the speed or the motion or wind blowing, but there was a portion where it was difficult to get air through my nose.
How did DAS work for you? We love the queue so much and the boarding group waits are so short we haven’t bothered to try. Today we walked straight into the holding room before the first preshow. (They should have TVs playing the interview from the room prior that we don’t have time to see in here)
 

happymommy

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Jan 8, 2006
Thank you all so much for the helpful info. I’m so worried I’ll get sick if I ride this (no longer can do Star Tours), but my biggest worry has been since my back injury last year I can’t do anything that could jerk around. Last trip in March I got a DAS as I can’t stand too long in one place. It helped, and I knew to avoid certain rides (did walk the queue for the one Star Wars ride that’s jerky so I could see it then did the chicken exit lol).

So the consensus is that this ride is not going to jerk around? That sounds like with Dramamine I might some day give it a go!
 

Groot

I am Groot
Joined
Aug 24, 2018
Omg, I just got off of it and as soon as I stood up, the word “dizzy” doesn’t even begin to describe what I was feeling.

A few words of advice:

1. TAKE THE DRAMAMINE!

2. Trying to keep aware of the track DOESN’T HELP AND IS EXTREMELY HARD!

3. When you get off, you’ll feel discombobulated and your head and legs will want to go in different directions. Take a minute and get it together.

4. Y’all remember in Vol. 2 when Rocket, Yondu, and Baby Groot did 700 jumps? Yeah, it kinda feels like that, but you do 7,000,000 jumps.
 









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