CoroCoro Splat Roller

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The CoroCoro Splat Roller is a main weapon in Splatoon. It is a CoroCoro-branded variant of the Splat Roller.

Appearance

The CoroCoro Splat Roller shares its build with the Splat Roller. However, the strip across the ink tank is white, the metal handle is dark blue with black grips, the roller has the CoroCoro logo imprinted on it, and there is an extra silver-gray attachment on the right side of the roller.

Splatoon

CoroCoro Splat Roller

CoroCoro Splat Roller

Basic information
Category Main
Class Roller
Sub S Weapon Sub Splash Wall.png Splash Wall
Special S Weapon Special Inkzooka.png Inkzooka
Special points
Special depletion Special gauge 40%
Range
55 / 100
Damage
Impact
Fire rate
Charge speed
Ink speed
50 / 100
Mobility
Durability
Handling
40 / 100
Acquirement
Level 20
Cost Cash 5,000
Requirement
Specifications
Weight
Base damage 25–125 (Splash)
140 (Roll)
Base duration
Ink consumption 9% (Splash)
0.1% per frame (Roll)
Base range
Rate of fire
Muzzle velocity
Base accuracy

MPU effect
SPU effect
SPU effect
Other variants Splat Roller Splat Roller
Krak-On Splat Roller Krak-On Splat Roller
Hero Roller Replica Hero Roller Replica

The CoroCoro Splat Roller was first announced in CoroCoro Comic,[1] which also revealed the CoroCoro Cap and the CoroCoro Hoodie. It was one of eight weapons included in Sheldon's Picks Vol. 2 and was released on 8 June 2016 at 02:00 UTC.[2]

The CoroCoro Splat Roller comes with Splash Walls and the Inkzooka.

Data

  • The CoroCoro Splat Roller is a middleweight weapon.
  • Ink consumption while rolling is 6% per second.
  • Ink consumption per attack is 9%.
    • This allows players to attack 11 times before needing to refill the ink supply.
    • This stat can be changed with Ink Saver (Main).
  • The weapon can attack with a depleted ink tank, but the damage of that attack is reduced to 40% of the normal amount.
  • Rolling with a depleted ink tank will not leave a trail or damage opponents.
  • When attacking, it takes 20 frames to lift the roller (0.33 seconds).
  • When rolling, the player's movement speed is set to 1.2 units per frame.
  • When rolling on an uninkable surface or with a depleted ink tank, the player's movement speed is set to 0.96 units per frame.
  • After rolling, there is a 0.33 second cooldown before the ink tank starts refilling.
  • After swinging, there is a 0.75 second cooldown before the ink tank starts refilling.
  • Hitting an opponent while rolling deals 140 damage.
  • Attacks have a base damage of 125.
  • For normal attacks, ink loses damage based on distance traveled. Ink starts losing damage at 65 units and stops losing damage at 105 units. The minimum damage is 25.
  • Ink globs travel straight for 4 frames.
  • Ink flung from the center of the roller does the greatest damage. Ink that flies to the left or right will have lower damage. This low-damage ink starts losing damage after traveling a distance of 95 units and stops losing damage at 105 units. The maximum damage is 50 and the minimum damage is 25.
  • When rolling, the CoroCoro Splat Roller leaves an ink trail that is 52 units wide.

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Quotes

Sheldont.png
Sheldon's Introduction

The CoroCoro Splat Roller is decorated with a cool logo I found inscribed on some ancient writings. It has a new hollow titanium frame, ball-bearing joints, steering dampers, super-stabilizers... So many new parts, in fact, that it kind of... came full circle. The specs ended up identical to the Splat Roller. But this is the first roller set with a Splash Wall! And I also threw in an Inkzooka because why not?!(NA)[a]

Sheldont.png
Sheldon's Introduction

The CoroCoro Splat Roller is decorated with a cool logo I found inscribed on some ancient writings. It has a new hollow titanium frame, ball bearing joints, steering dampers, super-stabilisers... So many new parts, in fact, that it kind of... came full circle. The specs ended up identical to the Splat Roller. To make up for that, this is the first Roller with a Splash Wall! I've also added an Inkzooka. This set would suit an ambitious Roller innovator!(EU/OC)[b]

A Splat Roller remodeled by Sheldon. This is the first time a Roller has been paired with a Splash Wall. Together with the powerful Inkzooka, this set is full of exciting new possibilities.
— In-Game Description
The CoroCoro Splat Roller is decorated with a rad logo Sheldon found inscribed on some ancient writings. The way Sheldon describes it: It has a new hollow-titanium frame, ball-bearing joints, steering dampers, super stabilizers... So many new parts, in fact, that it kind of... came full circle. The specs ended up identical to the Splat Roller. But the addition of Splash Walls combined with the powerful Inkzooka make this set full of exciting new possibilities.
Notes
  1. North America
  2. Europe and Oceania

Gallery

Demonstration

Trivia

  • The CoroCoro Splat Roller is the first real life-sponsored main weapon to be released.
  • The CoroCoro logo is imprinted on the actual roller, with its other smaller mascot logo on the sides.
  • When Sheldon is describing the weapon, he says that he found it on ancient writings. That is most likely the CoroCoro Comic.
  • Japanese people often call compact rollers "Korokoro". It is the onomatopoeia that a small article rolls.
  • The CoroCoro Splat Roller is the only roller in Splatoon to come with Splash Walls, and the only time Splash Walls are paired with the Inkzooka.

Etymology

CoroCoro Splat Roller is a combination of Splat and Roller plus the brand CoroCoro, a Japanese manga magazine.

スプラローラーコロコロ Supurarōrā Corocoro is a combination of either Splat or Splash, and Roller, as well as the brand CoroCoro.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スプラローラーコロコロ
Supurarōrā Korokoro
Splaroller CoroCoro, portmanteau of "splash" and "roller" and CoroCoro Comic.
France French Rouleau CoroCoro CoroCoro Roller
Germany German CoroCoro-Klecksroller CoroCoro Splat Roller
Italy Italian Rullo splat CoroCoro
Spain Spanish Rodillo básico CoroCoro CoroCoro Basic Roller

References