The Splat in our Zones

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The Splat in our Zones

The Splat in our Zones

Introduced 2 February 2019 (Airhead vs. Wisecracker)
Total area 2,583p
Features Splat Zones, sponges
Hazards Abyss

The Splat in our Zones is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 2. It was the nineteenth variation of Shifty Station, and first appeared in the Airhead vs. Wisecracker and Pancakes vs. Waffles Splatfests. It returned in the Chaos vs. Order Splatfest. As of version 5.0.0, it is exclusively available in Private Battles. It features six "free Splat Zones", which operate like Splat Zones in the sense that once a certain amount is inked, the entire zone will fill with the team's ink.


The Spawn Points are located on opposite ends of the stage and are not accessible. Immediately down a layer is a Splat Zone. A Bumper is located in that zone. to the right is an area with a sponge on the wall. Straight down is an open area and to the right is another Splat Zone. The Splat Zone has an Inkable wall that is climbable but not inkable on the top. A sponge is located behind the Splat Zone. to get onto the other area. Down is another Splat Zone that has a fully uninkable box. In the middle there are uninkable objects for protection and a inkable wall that can be climbed to get into the team's open area, making it easier for base invading.




  • This stage and Gusher Towns are the only Shifty Stations whose names reference works by the same author, specifically, John Green.
  • The file name for this stage is "Deli19" and the code name is "Quick", referring to how this stage can be inked quickly due to the Splat Zones.


The Splat in our Zones is named after The Fault in Our Stars, a novel by John Green. The name refers to the six free Splat Zones placed around the stage.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese クイックバスケット
Kuikku Basuketto
Quick Basket. A pun on Furūtsu Basuketto (Fruits Basket), by Natsuki Takaya.
Netherlands Dutch Spetterzonesport Splat Zone sport
CanadaFrance French Conquêtes en cascade Cascading conquests
Germany German Schnellfeuerliebe Rapid fire love
Italy Italian Canestri splat Splat baskets
Russia Russian Контроль-конструкт
Control construct
SpainMexico Spanish Cancha de pintado Painted playing field