I mentioned this to Peep the other day and realised I hadn't vocalised it here...
Don't get me wrong, this thing looks incredible, but it's my instinct to be overly critical. There is no such thing as perfect, greatness is about weighing up negatives.
The choice of rockwork inspiration here is... weird, imo. Ya know how we still use a floppy disk for a save icon? Well, that's the same reason all theme park rockwork kinda looks the same and not quite like it's real life counterparts aside from colour and general structure. It has to be easily read as a rock, as a natural formation, as something ancient or exotic - stereotypically so. And I'm not sure this is. Those kind of rock structures don't look real in real life, they're famous for that very reason. Just a little awkward imo.
hexagonal rock structures can indeed be found in the real world, but as you said Joey, they are a rare sight. I've been to the Devil's Postpile in California, and I know Northern Ireland has a basalt formation of the same type:
Taron does specifically resemble Devil's Postpile, with short stumps of hexagons and loger, swooping columns of rock:
^Yeah, they're definitely trying to resemble some sort of basalt formation. They can be found everywhere around the globe in the vicinity of old volcanos. There's actually a place quite close to me with these dark grey/blackish hexagonal rock shapes!
I'm not 100% certain what the theme is yet, but maybe it has something to do with volcanos? Or it's simply just another way of making a rock formation... Love the look of it though <3