His status and location are unknown, as he has never been seen in person in-game.
At some point, Booyah Base was built around Sheldon's home and weapons shop. However, it was not him, but Ammoses Shellendorf who owned the land at the time. This suggests that Ammoses Shellendorf may still be alive, as Sheldon appears young enough that these events could have happened fairly recently. He also hid a treasure atop of Mount Nantai in the manga.
- Custom Splattershot Jr.
- Kelp Splat Charger
- Aerospray MG
- Aerospray RG
- New Squiffer
- Dynamo Roller
- Gold Dynamo Roller
- Hero Charger
- Hero Roller
- Hero Shot
amiibo Scrolls with blueprints for the hero weapons
Ammoses is derived from ammonite, a type of mollusk, or ammo, a clipping of the word ammunition. The latter definition references his career as a weapon engineer. Shellendorf is derived from shell.
Names in other languages
|From "Kanburiāmuzu", Japanese name for Ammo Knights, and "buki", or weapon (Note: Follows Japanese naming - "Kanburiya" is surname, "Bukinosai" is given name)|
|French (NOE)||Edgar Touche||From Cartouche (Sheldon)|
|German||Artilla Arty I. von Schützhausen||Artilla comes from Atilla and Artillerie (artillery), Arty I. means Arty the first, (Arty is Sheldon's German name), and Schützhausen comes from schützen (protect) or "Schütze" (gunner or archer) and the ending -hause (common suffix for surnames).|
|Italian||Ares Armando Branchialeone||Ares may be derived from the name of the Greek God of war, while Armando is a common Italian name which means "man of war". Branchialeone is a word composed by "branchia", gill, and "leone", lion. It is also a pun on the name Brancaleone, an honorable and brave, yet shabby, fictional Italian warlord whose adventures were very popular in the '60s.|
|Spanish||Armancio Todotinta||His first name is a pun between the Spanish name Amancio and "arma" (weapon). His last name means "All ink".|
- North America
- Europe and Oceania