The Walt Disney Company and Great Australian Resorts wanted to expand the slowly dating Imagination pavilion. One frequent suggestion was to add a thrill coaster, but Kodak disallowed it. As Kodak hasn't been sponsoring the pavilion for almost a decade, they realized they finally could, and thus, development began on a "Figment themed thrill coaster".
Several manufacturers were contacted for the idea, but all of them declined except for Gerstlauer, who currently held the inversion record with 14 on The Smiler at Alton Towers, with Great Australian's own executives wanting more childless adults and teenagers to visit the park, the ride was approved to be a very thrilling ride, with a total of 16 inversions.
The ride starts with Dreamfinder (Keith Scott) and Figment (Patrick Guttormsen) in another Dreamcatcher, but after Figment presses a red button out of curiosity, you were sent flying out of the station at a total of 72 miles per hour, starting with a banked turn into a vertical loop, a cutback, a zero G roll, and two interlocking corkscrews before stopping once again with another show scene, where Figment presses a blue button, sending the riders up a vertical lift hill, which leads to a 98.2* vertical drop into a zero g stall, a cobra roll, a banana roll, a batwing, and then exit the park into a section of the ride located parallel to the parking lot, leading into another banked turn, an Immelmann, and then a section with a few bunny hills and three tiny zero g rolls, before the ride ends.
- The ride was originally set to open for the Summer/Christmas 2020 season, but due to COVID, was pushed back to the 20th anniversary.
- Because of the incident on The Smiler, the ride's Huss-TechEruo ride operations panel will shut down the ride during high winds, as detected by an anemometer on the lift hill.
- All riders will be evacuated via either an elevator on the vertical lift or stairs on the nearest brake run.