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CSLKennyNI

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In the magazine there are many little interviews with employees and characters from the various companies within the world of Rookburgh, an article about fashion in Rookburgh and advertisements for products - they've certainly put some effort into detailed world building/storytelling. Hopefully a sign of more too come.

New details from the newspaper (mixture of direct quoting and paraphrasing):
Hotel Charles Lindbergh will make Rookburgh an unique experience by day & night, and is completely interwined with F.L.Y. which passes most rooms at an arm's length. There will be 106 individual cabins which feature 2 individual beds and a bathroom. For larger groups there are 16 cabins that are connected to make a total of 8 rooms for 4 people each.

The restaurant Uhrwerk will be open in the mornings and evenings for Hotel guests, and during the day park guests in Rookburgh can also dine there.

"Bar 1919 is, just like the restaurant, in the lower levels of the hotel. The perfect location for a Craft Beer at the end of an amazing day. It is exclusive for hotel guests."


As mentioned in my previous post it also reveals that the area will have a Chocolate/Candy shop and a sandwich shop.

The Gazette confirms the gateway in the Berlin street is a new U-bahn station entrance that takes you into another world.
Within; F.L.Y. is boarded at the central station of Rookburgh and is essentially the area's public transport operated by the AirRailCompany.
Also this confirms speculation that Rookburgh falls within the Berlin themed area, and the 1920s fascination with flight - albeit with a Phantasialand steampunk twist!

EDIT: Source - PasXal on PhantaFriends.de




 
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Nikl01as

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I just want to add something: To all readers, who can read German and is now wondering, why there are some "spelling mistakes"!
The Phantasialand has used an old spelling. Suitable for 1919
I am just adding this because I have read in some other places that there are some people confused about it.
 

oriolat2

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I just want to add something: To all readers, who can read German and is now wondering, why there are some "spelling mistakes"!
The Phantasialand has used an old spelling. Suitable for 1919
I am just adding this because I have read in some other places that there are some people confused about it.
Just to think that Phantasialand went all the way to make sure that the background story behind this fits even grammatically is astounding! Hats off the marketing team! I mean, who is going to nitpick this magazine besides hardcore enthusiasts?
 
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