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Fires a special ink shot that explodes in mid-air. This explosion can be used to attack a wide area.
— In-Game Description(NA)[a]
Fires a special ink shot that explodes in mid-air. This explosion can be used to attack a wide area at once.
— In-Game Description(EU/OC)[b]
We’ve just confirmed that this weapon is called a Blaster. It shoots special ink rounds that burst like fireworks once they’ve traveled a certain distance! Apparently these bursts can deal damage in a pretty wide area, so this weapon is great for exposing hidden foes.
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Sheldon's Introduction

The Blaster fires ink shots that explode a short while after they've been shot. It's specialised in offense! Rapid fire and range aren't its strong points, but the powerful shots can damage anyone within their blast! Use the included S Weapon Sub Disruptor.png Disruptors to disable your foes before you take them down. Great for coolheaded fighters!(NA)[a]

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Sheldon's Introduction

The Blaster fires ink shots that explode a short while after they've been shot. It's specialised for offence! Rapid fire and range aren't its strong points, but the powerful shots can damage anyone within their blast! Use the included S Weapon Sub Disruptor.png Disruptors to disable your foes before you take them down. Great for cool-headed fighters!(EU/OC)[b]

Splatoon 2

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Sheldon's Introduction

The Blaster main in this set is a relative of the shooter family, but it fires balls of ink that explode in midair! It's a bit lacking in the range and fire-rate departments, but when it hits...it HITS. Even near misses deal damage thanks to the ink explosion! Pin the enemy down with the S2 Weapon Sub Toxic Mist.png Toxic Mist sub, then hit 'em like BLAM! If they escape the mist, drop the hammer on 'em with S2 Weapon Special Splashdown.png Splashdown! This high-octane set is perfect for battlers who like to bring it on!

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 North America
  2. 2.0 2.1 Europe and Oceania