Something in the Water
A true testament the level of theming in a land is the attention to details, even small, innocuous ones. To that end, another example that Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge has matched Tokyo Disney Sea level theming comes in a particular drinking fountain (excuse me, "hydrator") at the far end of the Black Spire Marketplace. At first glance, this appears to be a more elaborate drinking fountain and bottle filler. But stick around long enough, and a surprise appears. It seems that there's more than just H2O in the contents of the tank, and it's rather unappetizing. Every now and then, the recognizable eye stalk of a Dianoga--otherwise known as the "trash compactor monster" in the original Death Star in Episode IV--pops up in the murky water tank. That's probably not a great sanitary testament to the water supply, so refill at your own risk. But it's a pretty cool detail, not unlike the semi-melted drinking fountain deep within the queue of Journey to the Center of the Earth!
|Oh look, it's a drinking fountain. Just like any other.|
|Wait, no, maybe not quite.|
|Gah!!! That can't be sanitary!|
|Go away, Dianoga! You don't belong here!!|