Using this theme/lesson, multiple themes/environments including exploring death and graveyards, exploring nature and light around it, to even the time frame of the dinosaurs. After peer feedback and looking at other examples of lighting throughout the themed entertainment industry, I decided that exploring a mystical nature area would be engaging and appealing for guests, while also keeping in mind how nature was affected in Newnan, Georgia due to the tornado.
In the world of Gardine, some magical people travel throughout the world to complete the special tasks and go on adventures deep into The Great Forest. Great Forest is filled with creatures of all walks, shapes, and sizes, sizing their life and making the most out of them. Deep in the forest though, there is a special family, the Johnson family. The Johnsons have lived inside their ancient lantern for decades.
The Johnson family consists of multiple young adults with creative passions, who love to dance, or just talk with their other family members. However, they are hard to catch and sometimes talk to. While the lantern is on and glowing, every so often, one might see a faint sellout of one of the family members doing something inside the lantern.
Following many nights of rough wind, the largest storm in the history of Gardine appears out of a cloud of giant jumbo beadles and pounds the Gardine with rain the size of basketballs. The wind is blowing like a bullet train passing by, and trees are following from all directions.
The storm is so powerful that the lantern begins to crack and soon shatters into pieces, leaving the Johnson family falling to the group. What is a couple of feet for such a human seems like a football field for a Johnson family member. The story continues to explain how the Johnsons go on a wild adventure looking for a new home but realize the best home, is with their family and the ones around them. The home is not a building, but it is a people.