Splatoon 2: Squid Sisters Stories – Chapter VI
Nintendo continues to unveil a new chapter in the Squid Sisters Stories, by setting another piece in the puzzle that separates the last events in the first Splatoon – more precisely the outcome of last September’s Splatfest – and the upcoming Splatoon 2 (July 21st).
In this 6th episode of the Squid Sisters Stories, Marie waits for Callie at the Inkopolis train station but a strange thing happens: Callie is not arriving. As the hours pass, she’s suddenly growing in fear of her sister’s sudden disappearance…
You can read this new chapter below, and here’s a reminder of the previous episodes:
The next day found Marie waiting at the station for Callie’s arrival. When the train pulled in, though, Callie wasn’t on board. “I bet she totally overslept again,” Marie thought as she settled in to wait for the next train.
Callie was not on the next train though, nor the one after that, or the one after that. Night fell and there was still no sign of her. Marie called Callie’s office and was told that she’d headed straight home from work the previous evening. “She seemed a bit flustered, but I figured she was just in a hurry to get back to Calamari County,” Callie’s manager said. Marie tried their apartment several times, but no one picked up. Marie began to feel panic rising in her chest.
The following morning, Marie cut her trip short and returned to Inkopolis on the first train of the day. She hated to leave her parents so suddenly but couldn’t shake feeling worried about Callie. Plagued by a sense of unease, she spent the whole trip on her phone, searching for some clue as to Callie’s whereabouts. Her efforts failed to turn up anything to calm her fears.
When she arrived in Inkopolis, Marie headed straight for their apartment. The place looked exactly as she’d left it. In fact, there was no sign Callie had been home at all since Marie left for her trip. But if she hadn’t come home, where could she have gone? After giving it some thought, Marie got an idea and hurried out of the apartment.