Zone of Glass

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Zone of Glass

Zone of Glass

Added in 13 January 2018 (Action vs. Comedy)
Total area 2,027p
Features Invisible platforms, a moving platform, Squee-Gs
Hazards Abyss

Zone of Glass is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 2. It was the sixth variation of Shifty Station, and first appeared in the Action vs. Comedy Splatfest and returned in Chaos vs. Order. As of version 5.0.0, it is exclusively available in Private Battles. It features invisible platforms and long Squee-Gs that move without interruption.


The spawn point for each team is on a raised invisible platform which ramps down to a wider open area. These areas connect via more invisible inclines to a central area dominated by a platform that rises and sinks back into the floor periodically. This platform's walls are also invisible, and each time it sinks into the floor, all ink on the walls disappears. To the sides of the central area are two smaller "courtyards"; in the middle of each of them is an invisible block with inkable top flats which is constantly circled by long, flat Squee-Gs, shaped like Spreaders which wipe off all ink (leaving the top inked but cleaning the walls of the block).




  • Its file name is "Deli06" and its code name is "Transparent", likely referring to the invisible platforms.


Zone of Glass is named after the Throne of Glass books by Sarah J. Maas.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese トランスペアレント・ボーイ
Toransupearento Bōi
Transparent Boy[a]
Netherlands Dutch Door en door doorzichtig Through and through see-through
CanadaFrance French Trouble transparence Transparence disturbance
Germany German Transparente Gefühle Transparent feelings
Italy Italian Strategie trasparenti Transparent strategies
Russia Russian Прозрачный ринг
Prozrachnyy ring
Transparent ring
SpainMexico Spanish Cañada transparente Transparent ravine

Translation notes

  1. A pun on Mamarēdo Bōi (Marmalade Boy), by Wataru Yoshizumi.