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Latest comment: 18 September 2022 by Sasha V. in topic Spanish NOA Big mistake

I think I remember seeing a Japanese Let's Play shortly after the game came out, and the went like naissu! after a signal appeared on-screen, very likely meaning "nice!". So while not a credible source for the Japanese message, I figured I should at least point it out. – EspyoT 10:48, 12 June 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Pose visibility

IDK imma just text that only players on the same team can see the pose when sending a signal Greasy Hot Dog (talk) 12:41, 20 April 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Spanish NOA Big mistake

According to Judd's dialogue in Splatoon 3; about the signals...

It says: Fff... (Si te revientan, puedes oprimir arriba en [Botones direccionales] para comunicarlo con un "¡Me dieron!").

English: Fff... (If you get splatted, you can click above on [Directional Buttons] to communicate with a "They got me!").

The big mistake here is that "¡Me dieron!" (They got me!) was changed in this game to "¡Ay!" (Ouch!). Sasha V. (talk) 12:54, 18 September 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]

To do

  • Trivia: Test signals being left behind in S1 and S3