Octocopter

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Octocopter

An Octocopter
Species Octarian
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Eye color Bluish gray with green sclera
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Location Octo Valley, Octo Canyon, Deepsea Metro, The Crater, Alterna
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Avast! Octocopters below!

Octocopters are Octarian fighters that possess the ability to fly and shoot slow-moving balls of purple ink.

Description

Octocopters are small Octarian fighters equipped with a large propeller helmet that allows them to hover. They have small legs adorned with what appear to be helicopter landing skids, but they are never seen using them as they are always in the air. Octocopters hover in one area until they see the player, at which point they become visibly agitated and begin to move, with difficulty, towards them. They are capable of firing slow-moving balls of purple ink, like Octotroopers, and can be splatted easily from a close distance. However, firing ink at them from far away will slightly knock them backwards, possibly knocking them out of range.

Appearances

Octo Valley

Octocopters appear in thirteen Octo Valley missions as well as one boss mission.

Octo Canyon

Octo Expansion

Return of the Mammalians

Trivia

  • When Octocopters are in groups and cannot see the player, they will sometimes appear to be dancing.
  • In Octo Canyon, Octocopters and Rocket Octocopters are the only Octarians to appear alongside a boss that is not unique to the boss mission, the Octo Shower.
  • In Splatoon 3, it is seen that Snatchers use Octocopter helms as an aircraft, which is a part of the trade agreement between Octarians and Salmonids.

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Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese タコプター
Takoputā
Octopus-copter
Netherlands Dutch Octokopter From octo and helikopter ("helicopter")
CanadaFrance French Tentavole From tentacle and voler ("to fly")
Germany German Oktokopter From okto ("octo") and Helikopter ("helicopter")
Italy Italian Polpottero From polpo ("octopus") and elicottero ("helicopter")
Russia Russian Осьмолёт
Os'molet
From осьминог os'minog ("octopus") and -лёт -lyot, indicating something flying
SpainMexico Spanish Octocóptero From octo and helicóptero ("helicopter")
China Chinese (Simplified) 章鱼螺旋桨兵
Zhāngyú luóxuánjiǎng bīng
Octopus propeller trooper
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 章魚螺旋槳兵
South Korea Korean 문어콥터 Same as Japanese
 Internal Msn_EnmOctCopter_01 [1]

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