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New Pirate River Quest ride at LEGOLAND Florida!

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I see that LEGOLAND Florida has just announced a new Pirate themed ride coming to the park with a nifty little video. LEGOLAND as always is keeping the LEGO Pirate spirit alive between set releases. :grin:

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54 minutes ago, TalonCard said:

I see that LEGOLAND Florida has just announced a new Pirate themed ride coming to the park with a nifty little video. LEGOLAND as always is keeping the LEGO Pirate spirit alive between set releases. 

Have you purchased your ticket yet? :pir-grin:

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Look at all those classic brown monkeys that comes with the Barracuda in the video. Why couldn't they have included some in the actual set?

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5 hours ago, Captain_SoyBeard said:

Why couldn't they have included some in the actual set?

Ahhhh... which set?

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Wait a minute... I think I recognize those Tentacles!

 

Did they get the same guy who did the Kraken attacks stop-motion video on Youtube to do some stop motion for this promo?!

 

Also, I believe they were talking about the Pirates' of Barracuda Bay Set, Mr. Phes.

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On 11/2/2021 at 2:10 PM, Mister Phes said:

Ahhhh... which set?

The video is clearly showing the ship from the set 21322: Pirates of Barracuda Bay. However as far as I remember there where no brown monkeys included in that set?

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1 hour ago, Captain_SoyBeard said:

The video is clearly showing the ship from the set 21322: Pirates of Barracuda Bay. However as far as I remember there where no brown monkeys included in that set? 

Right you are! There are no brown monkeys included in 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay.

I assume that's because molds for that particular monkey are no longer available and the monkeys used in the animation were produced years ago.

From what I gather, the below monkey is the one currently in production, and being a single piece, they're more cost effective to produce... but lacking poseability, they're not as effective for animation.

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1 hour ago, Captain_SoyBeard said:

That was probably the last chance with the old mold then.

Never say never!

Sometimes these things make a return due to popular demand. :pir-wink:

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