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  • [Question] California Screamin' Networked?

    I was wondering if anyone could confirm whether or not California Screamin' is currently on the Fastpass network. Touring Plans told me it is now on the network, but I couldn't find posts anywhere to confirm this. It seems to me that Ridemax currently lists it as disconnected from the network.

    Does anyone know what the situation is currently?

    Thanks for your input!

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    Re: California Screamin' Networked?

    My understanding is that currently everything with a FP is networked, but the two parks aren't connected. IE if you already have an Indy fastpass that won't stop you from getting one for Screamin', but if you have one for Tower of Terror, that would stop you.

    Racers, I think, is the only exception, but I don't know that it's not networked so much as they just have it intentionally allow you to hold one for that and any other ride. At least, the one I had for Racers last week said you could have one for another ride simultaneously.

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    • #3
      Re: California Screamin' Networked?

      Racers and WoC don't prevent you from getting another FP. I'm not sure if the same still applies to Roger Rabbit or not.

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      • #4
        Re: California Screamin' Networked?

        I'm not sure about Screamin' but Roger Rabbit was networked when I tried it in October.

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          Re: California Screamin' Networked?

          Thank you very much!

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          • #6
            Re: California Screamin' Networked?

            Screamin' was not networked when I went in the middle of last month. Autopia was on network. Roger Rabbit was on network when I went in October. I wasn't happy about it.
            "Nice work, pal" :thumbup:

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              Re: California Screamin' Networked?

              Interesting! Thank you. Is there any way to check if it is networked before actually getting an FP?

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              • #8
                Re: California Screamin' Networked?

                Originally posted by Dalia3001 View Post
                Interesting! Thank you. Is there any way to check if it is networked before actually getting an FP?
                I find TP reports it connected often, whe it actually is still disconnected.
                The only way to tell is to pull a FP from a ride and then try to pull one from Screamin. If you can, it is disconnected, if you can't, it's connected. If you try and pull one, you will not lose anything. You just have to make sure you have a recent FP (other than RSR) in order to test it out.

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                  Re: California Screamin' Networked?

                  At the park right now, CA Screamin is disconnected from the network.
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