Conch shell

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Not to be confused with festival shells.

Conch shells are an item in Splatoon 3. These shells are earned before a Splatfest begins and while it is taking place. The number of conch shells collected by each team impacts the final results.

Earning

Conch shells are earned during the Splatfest Sneak Peek and Main Event by joining a Splatfest team, then raising the player's catalog level via participating in online battles and working job shifts. Even if players can't play during the actual Splatfest, they will help their team by gathering conch shells during the Sneak Peek.[1]

Use

The number of conch shells collected by each Splatfest team will be a scoring category for the final results. Conch shells can be spent at the Shell-Out Machine for a chance to win tickets, chunks, cards, as well as Splashtag and locker room items.[1] Spent shells will still count for a Splatfest team's score. All conch shells disappear when a Splatfest ends.

Quotes

A few more Splatfest findings while we're here... The Sneak Peek begins as soon as the Splatfest is announced, and that means you can earn conch shells! Simply pick your team, then level up your catalog in battles. You'll get a conch shell for every catalog level you gain!

You can redeem conch shells at the Shell-Out Machine in the lobby for cool in-game stuff. And it doesn't pay to be a saver - unused conch shells go away when the Splatfest ends! We're told that another SRL employee once used the term "YOLO," and we think it applies here as well.

— @SplatoonNA on Twitter[2][3]


As part of the #Splatoon3 Splatfest celebrations, you'll earn conch shells by ink-reasing your catalog level after voting for your team.

Redeem them in the lobby for fresh rewards, but don't hang around - your shells will disappear once the Splatfest ends!

— @NintendoEurope on Twitter[4]

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Etymology

A conch is a common name of a number of different medium-to-large-sized sea snails.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ホラガイ
horagai
Conch shell
Netherlands Dutch Prijsschelp Prize shell
France French (NOE) Conque Conch
Germany German Tritonshorn Triton's trumpet
Russia Russian Раковина
Rakovina
Shell
Spain Spanish (NOE) Caracola Conch

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