Messy vs. Tidy

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Messy vs. Tidy
European Splatfest Messy vs Tidy.jpg
Team   Messy   Tidy
Region Europe and Oceania
Start 19 September 2015, 17:00 UTC
End 20 September 2015, 17:00 UTC
Score method votes + (wins ×4)
Result type combined
Popularity 56% 44%
Wins 52% 48%
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Score 264 236
Winner Messy
Region
Start 13 April 2021, 08:10 UTC
End 14 April 2021, 08:10 UTC
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Winner
Region
Start 13 April 2021, 08:10 UTC
End 14 April 2021, 08:10 UTC
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Wins % Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "{".%
Solo wins % Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "{".%
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Winner

Messy vs. Tidy was a Splatfest event in Splatoon. It was held in Europe and Oceania. It was announced on 12 September 2015. The results were given on 20 September 2015.

Details

The full name of each choice was "My bedroom is MESSY" and "My bedroom is TIDY". The team name portion of Splatfest titles was "Messy" and "Tidy".

The three stages selected for this Splatfest were: Urchin Underpass, Bluefin Depot and Hammerhead Bridge.

Trivia

  • The Messy vs. Tidy Splatfest shared the same stages as the Art vs. Science Splatfest.
  • The German localization's team names are the same as those of Chaos vs. Order from Splatoon 2. Other localizations also use their local equivalent of the word "order" for Team Tidy.

Gallery

Dialogue

English

Announcement

Callie's Dialogue Marie's Dialogue Region
Callie Expression Normal.png
Callie:
“Tell us, folks - what's the state of YOUR bedroom?”
Marie Expression Normal.png
Marie:
“Ooh, this one might reveal a lot about our audience!”
Callie Expression Normal.png
Callie:
“The first team is for all the free spirits out there! MESSY!”
Marie Expression Normal.png
Marie:
“And over here, it's all about discipline and order! TIDY!”
Callie Expression Normal.png
Callie:
“I'm preeeetty sure I know which side you're on here.”
Marie Expression Normal.png
Marie:
“Yeah! My room sparkles like an Electric Catfish!”
Callie:
“-”
Marie Expression Normal.png
Marie:
“I love having everything in its proper place!”
Callie:
“-”
Marie Expression Normal.png
Marie:
“...I have a feeling you're not on the same side.”
Callie Expression Normal.png
Callie:
“Who cares about tidying?! Just go and live your life!”
Marie:
“-”
Callie Expression Happy.png
Callie:
“Messy forever!”
Marie:
“-”


Results

Callie's Dialogue Marie's Dialogue Region
Callie Expression Happy.png
Callie:
“Messy takes it! Battling is more fun than cleaning!”
Marie Expression Sad.png
Marie:
“I guess we should've been more organised...”
NOE
Callie Expression Normal.png
Callie:
“Good job, Team Messy!”
Marie Expression Normal.png
Marie:
“Well done to all the Team Tidy people as well!”
NOE


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Rommelmakers vs. opruimers[1] Mess makers vs. tidy up-ers
FlagFrance.svg French (NOE) Désorde vs. Orde Mess vs. Order
FlagGermany.svg German Chaos vs. Ordung
Chaotisch vs. Aufgeräumt[note 1]
Chaos vs. Order
Chaotic vs. Cleaned-up
FlagItaly.svg Italian Disordinati vs. Ordinati Messy vs. Sorted
FlagRussia.svg Russian Бардак vs. Порядок[2]
Bardak vs. Poryadok
Mess vs. Order
FlagSpain.svg Spanish (NOE) Desorden vs. Orden Mess vs. Order
FlagPortugal.svg Portuguese Os desarrumados vs. Os arrumados[3] Untidy people vs. Tidy people

Translation notes

  1. On official social media

See also

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