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Story Time with Splatoon 2: The “Squid Sisters Stories” Story So Far (2nd of May, 2017)


Once again Nintendo have seen fit to provide us with another Chapter regarding the ongoing Splatoon story and this time it is the juicy Chapter 2!

 

Now regardless of whether or not you have been keeping up with the instalments and the fact Miketendo64 has previously covered the Prologue and Chapter 1, for the purpose of this article we will be sharing them once again, so that anyone who reads this can get the full story so far if they wish it, or they can scroll down until they find the newly shared Chapter 2. The choice, as always, is yours:

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Introduction:

One of our researchers monitoring the Squid Sisters intercepted this top-secret report from the Inkling world.

Let’s see now… What? Just what in the world IS this?! About

 

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 Prologue:

About nine months have passed since the final Splatfest.

Twilight lowers its curtain on Inkopolis. Neon signs paint the dusk in brilliant shades of green and pink. The Squid Sisters dance on, as though driven by the Inkling love of battling for turf.

Memories such as these linger, vividly etched in my mind, but feel too like remnants of a long-forgotten past.

It happened the night the final Splatfest came to an end.

The showdown of Callie versus Marie ended in victory for Marie, but there was no ill will between the two. The girls left the studio arm in arm, smiling and laughing as they always had. The bond between them would continue, unbroken, for years to come.

Or so it seemed at the time…

 

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Chapter 1:

The final Splatfest rocketed the Squid Sisters to new heights of popularity. Callie and Marie went from mere Inkopolis idols to the biggest stars in Inkling society, seemingly overnight. Their days became filled—from dawn to dusk—with the duties of this newfound fame.

Callie and Marie still lived in the first apartment they rented upon moving to Inkopolis. It had all happened naturally when they’d first arrived: being roommates made adjusting to city life easier, and besides, the two had been inseparable since they were young. But even after their finances had stabilized and they’d gotten used to the bustle of Inkopolis, they never gave a thought to living apart.

They were always together, both at work and at play. After releasing their first solo recordings, though, their work began to take them down separate paths more frequently. Callie, true to her outgoing nature, began to make guest appearances on variety shows. Filming would often continue late into the night, and many days she didn’t return home at all.

Marie received critical praise for her recording of “Tide Goes Out” and became a frequent guest on music shows, in addition to performing live concerts on her own. Up to this point, whether heading out for the day or coming home at night, the two had always been together. Now, though, their different schedules meant they didn’t see each other as often, even on their days off.

They spent more and more time apart with each passing day…

 

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Chapter 2:

Marie was home alone. She’d gotten a day off, but with theater rehearsals starting up next month, she knew life would be returning quickly to its frantic pace. Chances to relax at home like this would soon become few and far between. Knowing work would keep Callie out late, Marie busied herself with the chores that always seemed to pile up and waited for her friend to return home.

At times like this, Marie’s thoughts always seemed to drift…

“How had Callie truly felt when the results of the final Splatfest had been announced? She seemed disappointed, of course, but that was just because she’d lost…right? Or was she actually jealous of my rising popularity? Could she still be holding it against me after all this time?”

“Just listen to yourself, Marie—you’re overthinking this. You know Callie would never feel that way. Maybe all this worrying has actually given you some sort of superiority complex. Maybe winning that final Splatfest has made you full of yourself.” The very idea stung Marie with a twinge of self-loathing…

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It may not be the longest story in the world, what with its very short chapters, or even the greatest, but the Squid Sisters Stories is a fantastic way for Nintendo to drip-feed us information regarding just what exactly happened between the two of them before Splatoon 2 releases in July. So as long as the instalments keep coming, we’ll just keep on covering them.

 

Until next time, Stay Fresh!

 

Source: Nintendo

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