Furler in the Ashes

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Furler in the Ashes

Furler in the Ashes

Introduced 15 June 2019 (Unicorn vs. Narwhal)
Total area 2,375p
Features Inkfurlers, multiple water levels, sponges
Hazards Water

Furler in the Ashes is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 2. It was the twenty-third variation of Shifty Station, and first appeared in the Unicorn vs. Narwhal, No Pineapple vs. Pineapple, and Kid vs. Grown-Up Splatfests. It returned in the Chaos vs. Order Splatfest. As of Version 5.0.0, it is exclusively available in Private Battles. The stage features large Inkfurlers which can be used to traverse across the stage, and after ninety seconds, the water level will drop in a similar fashion to Mahi-Mahi Resort.

Layout

Spawn Points are located on opposite ends and cannot be accessed by the other team. Right in front of spawn is a Inkfurler and it rolls all the way down to the ground. To the left of spawn is a platform that has an Inkfurler that rolls to the end of the right section. To the right of spawn is an area that has a sponge that expands to access the inkfurler from the left. Down the left is an area with an inkfurler that expands up to get to the long Inkfurler in the middle. Another Inkfurler is located and can be used as a wall when expanded. On the right is another area connected to the other right area. An Inkfurler that points up to the area is present. In the middle is an Inkfurler that crosses over to the other side. To the right is a inkfurler on a small island that also crosses over to the other side and ends on the wall. Little walls are on the right of the Inkfurler to get to the other Inkfurler. Around 1:35 a horn is heard, alerting players that the water levels are about to drop.

After the water level drops, the middle Inkfurlers are raised and the center platform can now be accessed. The island with the inkfurler is expanded with more turf. The area around it lowers, making access to the enemy base harder. An area to the left is now revealed, near the Inkfurler that acts like a wall.

Water level text

Event English message Japanese message Dutch message NOA French message NOE French message
Water level starts to drop Water level dropping! Het waterpeil daalt!
(The water level is dropping!)
Event German message Italian message Russian message NOA Spanish message NOE Spanish message
Water level starts to drop

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Trivia

Etymology

It is named after An Ember in the Ashes, a novel by Sabaa Tahir.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese ピロピロなんかじゃない
Piropiro Nanka Ja Nai
I Am Not an Inkfurler. A pun on Tenshi Nanka Ja Nai (I Am Not an Angel), by Ai Yazawa.
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Inkttoetertoer Inkfurler tour
FlagFrance.svg French Valse des sans-gênes Waltz of the genius
FlagGermany.svg German Schnalzbandbalz
FlagItaly.svg Italian Srotoloni srotolanti Unrolling Inkfurlers
FlagRussia.svg Russian Дорожкодром
Dorozhkodrom
Inkfurlerdrome
FlagMexico.svg Spanish (NOA) Área enrollada Rolled area
FlagSpain.svg Spanish (NOE) Ronda serpenteante Meandering round