Crableg Capital

From Inkipedia, the Splatoon wiki
Revision as of 11:22, 26 April 2024 by Samurottlover (talk | contribs) (Moved Splatfest section from Ranked Battle Terrain)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Crableg Capital

Crableg Capital

Added in Drizzle Season 2023 (5.0.0)
Total area 2,145p
Features Inkrails, Sponges(TC)
Hazards Abyss
How can they have battles at Crableg Capital? It's still under construction!
— Shiver
Big Man
Ay... (Well, I'm not sure these are "officially sanctioned" battles...)
— Big Man

Crableg Capital is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 3. It is set in a skyscraper area that is under construction. It is also one of the stages that can have Tricolor Turf Wars.


Similar to the Splatoon incarnation of Hammerhead Bridge, the stage heavily features grates as ways to travel the stage, along with a lower area that remains inkable. The spawn region is a wide platform with grates on the left. The area near includes the middle which leads to the grated bridge, slightly to the right which is slightly lower than the ground next to it, and the left which leads lower and has an Inkrail leading up to the middle of the bridge. The right side has a grate overlook on the right and towards the center, along with a drop to the right of it leading to the center of the stage. The center of the stage is very wide and open, with it having slightly lower elevation on the left. Over the middle of the stage is a large grate bridge being the only way to access the opponent's spawn. The bridge goes to the right then straight into the base. Halfway through it is an inkable platform. There is inkable ground underneath the entire grated bridge.

Ranked Battle terrain

In Ranked Battles, specifications for the terrain or placement of objects are different between the modes; these changes create new paths or new objects to take cover behind.

Splat Zones

The Zone is located underneath the center grated bridge. Aside from a block for cover being added, it is unchanged from Turf War.

Tower Control

The Tower starts in the center of the stage on the ground, with small ramps leading up to it. It moves forward towards the opponent's high ground and then moves diagonally backwards toward the grate bridge. It then goes up to the bridge then crosses it to the goal. The grate bridge has been changed, with a middle part cut from the center grate and the ones leading up to the raised block being removed. The ones leading up to the opponent's spawn has part of the grates made to uninkable ground and it leading to inkable ground quicker. The left side of each team's spawn has been changed to it leading to high ground while not going as far, with the inkrail still present.


The Rainmaker starts in the center of the stage. The checkpoints are located on the small pit ahead of the starting position or to the right on the raised block. The goal is to the left of the spawn area. There are two ways to get to the pedestal: Going the normal way through the grate bridge or by jumping from the checkpoint to the small pit of each team's spawn and going to the goal. The grate bridge and the raised block has been slightly expanded with another block allowing players to go to the pedestal without needing the bridge. The left side is similar to in Tower Control.

Clam Blitz

The Clam Basket is located in the small pit of each team's spawn. A block is added where the checkpoint is in Rainmaker allowing the same route and an extra ramp has been added allowing quicker access to the basket. The layout is similar to in Rainmaker.

Splatoon 3

Crableg Capital debuted in Splatoon 3 as part of the Drizzle Season 2023.


Crableg Capital was available in the following Splatfests as a Tricolor Turf War stage in Splatoon 3:

Version history

Version Adjustments
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from inking certain walls.
  • Fixed an issue where certain bombs would sometimes become stuck and not explode when thrown at certain locations on top of the railing.
  • Fixed an issue that allowed players to submerge at certain locations even though those locations couldn't be inked.
  • Fixed an issue that allowed players to fill their special gauge and increase their points by inking under some obstacles.
  • Fixed an issue where, if the player threw an Autobomb at certain locations, the Autobomb would not be able to move and would disappear without exploding.
  • Fixed an issue that made it so that the Zipcaster could only be used to cling to the steel beams around the outer edge of the stage on one team's side.
  • Adjusted some of the terrain to fix an issue in Tower Control mode that allowed players to get on top of grates in unintended ways from certain boxes.





Click to view the quotes for Crableg Capital. View the quotation page.


  • Hagglefish Market can be seen near the coast on one side of the stage, which Big Man mentions in one of the stage dialogues.
  • One of the buildings behind one of the team spawn resembles the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong.
  • Jellyfish can be seen near windows of the buildings, either cleaning them or simply watching. In addition, some Jellyfish can be seen hang gliding in the distance.


The name "Crableg" comes from the combination of the words "Crab" and "Leg".

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese タカアシ経済特区
Takaashi Keizaitokku
Stilt (tall leg) Special economic zone[note 1]
Netherlands Dutch Visstickdistrict Fish stick district
CanadaFrance French Quartier Crabe-ciels A pun on gratte-ciel (skyscraper) and crabe (crab) + quarter
Germany German Seespinnen-Skyline Majidae Skyline
Italy Italian Granchiacieli A portmanteau of grattacieli ("skyscrapers") and granchi ("crabs")
Russia Russian Крабхэттен
Crabhattan[note 2]
SpainMexico Spanish Distrito Rascalópodo A pun on rascacielos ("skyscraper") + -ópodo suffix ("-opod") + District
China Chinese (Simplified) 高脚经济特区
gāojiǎo jīngjì tèqū (Mandarin)
Tall leg special economic zone
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 高腳經濟特區
gāojiǎo jīngjì tèqū (Mandarin)
Tall leg special economic zone
South Korea Korean 거미게 경제특구
geomige gyeongjeteukgu
Spider crab special economic zone
 Internal Spider[1] From "Japanese spider crab"

Translation notes

  1. From タカアシガニ ("takaashigani"), Japanese spider crab; same etymology as Bisk's Japanese name
  2. From краб krab ("crab") and Манхэттен Manhetten ("Manhattan")