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Splatoon 3 Collectibles: Catalog Rewards

You will no doubt have seen that you now have two levels in Splaton 3; one being your player level and the new catalog level. This serves as a sort of free battle pass equivalent, as you gain experience by doing just about anything in the game except for singleplayer, and each level you reach earns you something. or otherwise, which we will discuss below.

And just like a battle pass, this first catalog in Splaton 3 runs until 7 p.m. EST on November 30, 2022, when there will likely be 100 new awards to grind, and writers everywhere will be sighing at the work it takes to update you on them.

Once you hit a catalog tier, all you need to do to claim your prize is head to Hotlantis, the general store run by Harmony, which is… less enthusiastic about its role. Hotlantis opens to you at player level 4.

Another thing to note is that for every catalog tier you earn during a Sneak Peak Splatfest – the week or so you can sign up for your Splatfest squad before the event starts – you’ll earn a conch. , which you can use for a trial on the Shell-Out machine. As Ari says, give me the loot.

All Splatoon 3 Drizzle Season 2022 Catalog Rewards

As for what the things in the table below actually are: decorations and stickers go in your locker. Titles are unfortunately a mystery until you unlock them, as are (most) banners, so you’ve been robbed by Nintendo there. You give food/drink tickets to the food and drink vendor in the lobby for food and drinks, and the Tableturf battle cards are boosters for this surprisingly fun little side game. Emotes are your poses at the start and end of a match – and Mystery Boxes contain 10,000 cash, tickets, or ability chunks. Everything else is equipable equipment.

So, with that out of the way, here you go – all the catalog rewards for Drizzle Season 2022, painstakingly noted from the Nintendo Switch Online app, where you could have searched for everything yourself:

1: Banner 21: Punk Roses 41: Skipjack work boots 61: Cuttlefish Sandies 81: Blue Shrimp
2: Title 22: Sticker – old school rad diving helmet 42: Catering ticket 62: Decoration – cute little model of Smallfry, your explosive country buddy 82: Sticker – some Splatlandian letters in white
3: Emote – cross your arms and look sullen. 23: Tableturf battle maps 43: Tableturf Battle Maps 63: Drink Ticket 83: Drink Ticket
4: Catering ticket 24: Catering ticket 44: Banner 64: Banner 84: Tableturf Battle Maps
5: Studio headphones 25: Mystery box 45: Decoration – an absolutely horrifying grown man who looks like a squid 65: Tableturf Battle Maps 85: Title
6: White T-shirt 26: Banner 46: Sticker – some indecipherable words in green and white 66: Sticker – an astronaut helmet, for space cadets 86: Sticker – a fish with an x-ray; I hope they are well x
7: Pink sneakers 27: Decoration – Target Practice Guys Keychain 47: Title 67: Title 87: Tableturf Battle Maps
8: grass fight cards 28: Sticker – some tasty fish bones 48: Drink ticket 68: Tableturf Battle Maps 88: Catering ticket
9: Sticker – little windows dialog looking for a guy 29: Pilot goggles 49: Fresh Card Pack – any shinies here maybe? 69: Classic Straw Boater 89: Glasses without glass
10: Decoration – Target the squid you shoot in the lobby 30: LS coated with zinc 50: Mystery Box 70: Annaki Strap Tee 90: Distressed Vest
11: Food ticket 31: Purple Hi-Horses 51: Emote – The Thinker by Rodin 71: Red Hammerwalker 91: Inky Black Clam Dunks
12: Tableturf Battle Cards 32: Drink ticket 52: Sticker – another Windows dealio dialog 72: Catering Ticket 92: Decoration – a guy practicing target with his head ripped off the keychain
13: Banner 33: Title 53: Tableturf Battle Maps 73: Title 93: Title
14: Sticker – red squidling head graffiti 34: Tableturf Battle Maps 54: Title 74: Decoration – big red crab with a pure look of joy on its face 94: Sticker – some indecipherable words in blue and green
15: Emote – hands on hips, also quite moody 35: Emote – the moody crouch 55: Sticker – some kind of head and headphones in red I think? 75: Mystery Box 95: Drink Ticket
16: Drink ticket 36: Sticker – some indecipherable words in purple and red 56: Catering Ticket 76: Emote – a decidedly less moody fist in the air 96: Title
17: Tableturf battle maps 37: Banner 57: Title 77: Tableturf Battle Maps 97: Banner – a morbid fishbone arrangement, which for some reason is no secret
18: Title 38: Title 58: Tableturf Battle Maps 78: Banner 98: Emote – dab ’em people!
19: DX Air Gills 39: Retro BluFocals 59: Beachcomber 79: Retro cameramen 99: Mystery Box
20: Tentatek Tandem 40: Lime BlobMob Tee 60: Celestial Sudadera 80: Lime War Crab Shell 100: Triple Bridge Specifications