Gone Fission Hydroplant

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Gone Fission Hydroplant

Gone Fission Hydroplant

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Features
Hazards

Gone Fission Hydroplant is a Salmon Run Next Wave exclusive online multiplayer stage in Splatoon 3.

Layout

The layout consists of numerous ramps that go down to the shoreline and a couple going up to some raised upper platforms surrounding the Egg Basket, with 2 ramps that go directly to the shoreline west and south of the basket, there is a grated walkway connecting two of the raised platforms.

Tides

  • During high tide, the only areas available are the middle area with the Egg Basket at the center and the raised platforms surrounding it.
  • During mid tide, the shoreline is revealed with some ramps leading to it from the center.
  • During low tide, the lowered water level reveals a larger lower area with many gaps between branching platforms that can only be crossed with a jump from the ink in Squid form.

Badges

Main article: Badge#Salmon Run Next Wave

Reaching certain ranks during a Gone Fission Hydroplant rotation in Splatoon 3 will reward the player with special badges that they can use on their Splashtag.

Gone Fission Hydroplant Badges
S3 Badge Gone Fission Hydroplant 200.png Eggsecutive VP 200 at Gone Fission Hydroplant Reached!
S3 Badge Gone Fission Hydroplant 400.png Eggsecutive VP 400 at Gone Fission Hydroplant Reached!
S3 Badge Gone Fission Hydroplant 600.png Eggsecutive VP 600 at Gone Fission Hydroplant Reached!
S3 Badge Gone Fission Hydroplant 999.png Eggsecutive VP 999 at Gone Fission Hydroplant Reached!

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Etymology

The stage's name is a play on the phrase "gone fishin'", and references both hydropower energy and nuclear fission.

Trivia

  • The internal codename for this stage in the game files is "Shakedent".

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ムニ・エ―ル海洋発電所
Muni Ēru Kaiyō-hatsudensho
Muni Ēru Ocean Power Plant, from "ムニエル" (munieru; French: meunière)
Netherlands Dutch Kwikwi-krachtcentrale Kwikwi power station
Canada and France French Centrale Anguilla Eel Central
Germany German Wasserkraftwerk Stromschnell Rapid Hydroelectric Power Station
A play on Strom, meaning both "Electricity" and "Stream", and Stromschnelle ("Rapid")
Italy Italian Centrale Anguilla Elettrica (literally) Central Electric Eel
Actually plays on centrale elettrica ("power plant") and anguilla elettrica ("electric eel")
Russia Russian ГЭС-комплекс «Лом»
GES-kompleks «Lom»
Hydroelectric power station complex «Scrap»
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Hidrocentral Rebosante Overflowing Hydro
Spain Spanish (NOE) Hidrocentral Pilpil Pilpil Hydroelectric Plant
China Chinese (Simplified) 麦年海洋发电所
màinián hǎiyáng fādiànsuǒ (Mandarin)
Mai Nian Ocean Power Station
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 麥年海洋發電所
màinián hǎiyáng fādiànsuǒ (Mandarin)
Mai Nian Ocean Power Station
South Korea Korean 뫼니 엘 해양 발전소
moeni el haeyang baljeonso
Meuniel Offshore Power Plant