Railway Chillin'

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Railway Chillin'

Railway Chillin'

Introduced October 19, 2018 (Trick vs. Treat)
Total area 2,188p
Features Ride rails, sponges
Hazards Abyss

Railway Chillin' is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 2. It was the fifteenth variation of Shifty Station, and first appeared in the Trick vs. Treat Splatfest, and returned in the Chaos vs. Order Splatfest. As of Version 5.0.0, it is exclusively available in Private Battles. It features ride rails, which are the only way to get to the stage's center.

Layout

The spawn point is located on a large platform, with uninked turf on the left side. In front of this are various platforms with slightly lower points in elevation, occasionally connected by ramps. A few platforms at higher elevations are connected by ramps as well, usually having ride rails at the end. The ride rails connect either to other ride rails on the stage, or to the elevated platform in the center, the only point at which the two sides of the stage connect. This platform can only be reached by the ride rails, or by Super Jumping to a player that is already there. Between the platforms near spawn and the elevated platform in the middle, there is a large, low open area, with little more than a few crates and sponges for cover and navigation. The right side of this area is slightly lower than the left, and is connected by a ramp. On the far left and far right sides of this area are two ride rails on elevated platforms connected to the turf below by ramps.

Gallery

Maps

Trivia

  • The file name for this stage is "Deli15" and the codename is "RideRail", referring to how it contails ride rails.
  • Due to this stage making its debut in Trick vs. Treat, Splatoween-themed banners are still hung above the stage, even for its return appearances in Chaos vs. Order and in Private Battles. Additionally, graffiti from Chaos vs. Order can still be seen when fighting on this stage in Private Battles.

Etymology

Railway Chillin' is named after the book The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit. Its name references the ride rails seen around the stage.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese キミのハートにライド・オン!
Kimi no Hāto ni Raido*On!
Ride・on into Your Heart! A pun on Kimi no Hāto ni Kisu wo Todokery, meaning "Blow a Kiss into Your Heart," by Rejet.
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Surfrailpassie Ride-rail passion
FlagFrance.svg French Sur le fil du destin
FlagGermany.svg German Surfschiene ins Herz
FlagItaly.svg Italian Sparotaie spassose
FlagRussia.svg Russian Красконвейер-ярд
Kraskonveyyer-yard
Ride Rail yard
FlagSpain.svg Spanish País del Raíl Rail Country