Crusty Sean

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Crusty Sean
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Crusty Sean in Splatoon 2


Species Japanese Tiger Prawn
Height
Hair Color
Eye Color
Age 28
Gender Male
Location Booyah Base, Inkopolis Square
Shop S Icon Shrimp Kicks.png Shrimp Kicks, Crust Bucket
Members


What up, squiddo?!
— Crusty Sean upon entering Shrimp Kicks

Crusty Sean (Japanese: ロブ Rob) is a character in Splatoon and Splatoon 2. He is a Japanese tiger prawn who runs the shoe store Shrimp Kicks in the first game and the food truck Crust Bucket in the second.

Appearance

Splatoon

Crusty Sean is a humanoid shrimp wearing a dark purple beanie and a fuzzy yellow-orange jacket, giving him a resemblance to tempura. He has two arms that end in pincers and four pairs of legs, each with a different pair of shoes. From highest to lowest, these are: pink and red Arrows, Blue Sea Slugs, Pink Trainers, and purple and white Hi-Horses.

Splatoon 2

Crusty Sean's appearance remains largely the same in Splatoon 2. However, instead of a beanie, he wears a white baseball cap turned backwards, with Enperry's name in Inkling visible from the back. He also wears black-rimmed glasses and a black hoop earring on his right side, despite not having visible ears. From highest to lowest, his shoes are: White Norimaki 750s, Yellow-Mesh Sneakers with blue instead of magenta, Arrow Pull-Ons, and Sun & Shade Squidkid IV with some color alterations.

Personality and traits

Splatoon

Crusty Sean is the shopkeeper of Shrimp Kicks, the shoe store in Inkopolis Plaza, and is known to be carelessly friendly. He is obsessed with wearing many of his favorite shoes all at the same time thanks to having many legs.[1] While his "fried" body gives him the look of a tempura, it is actually just a slightly morbid designer jacket.[2]

Crusty Sean's version of DJ Lee Fish's song Lookin' Fresh has the bass turned all the way up and emphasizes percussion, because his gear corresponds to the lower part of the body. Furthermore, the heavy beat gives it a bouncy sound, reflecting his outgoing personality.

Splatoon 2

In Splatoon 2, Crusty Sean is no longer the owner of Shrimp Kicks and now runs a food truck, the Crust Bucket, in Inkopolis Square.

He now sells various foods and drinks which offer various benefits to Inklings. His food items can increase the amount of coins earned or level points gained during online play by 1.5x, 2x, or 3x. His selection of drinks increase the odds of rolling certain gear abilities, as well as giving a boost to gear experience gained. The only way to buy from the Crust Bucket is by using tickets that can be found in Octo Canyon or earned from Salmon Run bonuses.

Quotes

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FlagUSA.svgNorth America / FlagEurope.svgEurope and Oceania (English)

  • ""Yo squiddo! Good to see you here in Shrimp Kicks!"...Is what I WOULD be saying if you weren't so UN-FRESH. For reals dude, do you even battle? You gotta have that Level 4 freshness before I can help you. Sorry, them's the rules! You know how to up your level, right? Just go to the lobby and do some regular battles! You got this!" - When a player below Level 4 enters the shop.
  • "What's good, squiddo? Glad to see you here in Shrimp Kicks! You're looking pretty slick there! Somebody's been battling, am I right? Just so you know, all the stuff I'm selling comes with abilities attaches, no extra charge! If you don't know about abilities, just press Button1 Home.png and check out the manual. Ya heard?" - When a player at Level 4 or higher enters the shop for the first time.
  • "Yo, I swear you're fresher every time I see you. Itchin' for some new kicks? Take a look!" - When the player enters the shop upon reaching Level 5.
  • "Whoa there, squiddo. You are waaaaay too offline right now. Talk to me after you get your internet on." - When the player is offline.
  • "What up, squiddo?!" - When the player enters the shop.
  • "You gonna buy it?" - When the player selects a pair of shoes.
  • "You equipping it?" - When the player purchases a pair of shoes.
  • "Nice doin' business with ya! Tap Equip on Wiiu-gamepad-icon.png to switch your gear, aight?" - After the player chooses whether to equip a new pair of shoes.
  • "Don't trip, squiddo! You already got those kicks!" - When the player tries to purchase shoes they already own.
  • "You're a little short on cash, squiddo." - When the player does not have enough Cash.
  • "What up, squiddo? Nice seeing you here in Shrimp Kicks! OK, like... WOW. Just, wow. You took this fresh stuff to a whole 'nother level. I just... can't even." - When a player at Level 20 or higher enters the shop for the first time.

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  • 「エビスシューズに いらっしゃ~い! ……ってアレアレ? キミ、まだイカしてないじゃん! もうちょっと アゲてから来てね アゲてからね! ランク4まで アゲアゲで来てくれれば ちょっとはイカしてる ってカンジじゃん? アゲるには アレね、ロビーに行ってから ナワバリバトルね! ちょっとバトれば すぐ アガるからね」
(Welcome to Shrimp Kicks! ……Well, what? You're still not fresh! Come again after you get more oomph, oomph! If you come again after you get upon level 4, you'd be little fresh, huh? What you'll do about getting your level up is, entering the lobby and the Turf War! You'll soon get up as you battle a bit.) - When a player below Level 4 enters the shop.
  • 「エビスシューズに いらっしゃ〜い! お! ちょっとイカしてんじゃん! ウチのクツ はいたら、さらにアゲアゲ! それぞれのギアには バトルでテンションアゲアゲのギアパワーがついてるし くわしくは、Button1 Home.pngを押して 「?」説明書を 確認って感じでヨロシク〜!」
(Welcome to Shrimp Kicks! Oh! You're pretty fresh, huh? Well, my shoes'll be givin' you even more oomph than you already got! They've all got abilities to put you at the top of your game during battle. Just press Button1 Home.png and hit that 「?」, it'll tell you all about 'em. Peace!) - When a player at Level 4 or higher enters the store for the first time.
  • 「それ、買ってっちゃう?」
(You feelin' that?) - When the player selects a piece of clothing.
  • 「そうびしてっちゃう?」
(Wanna equip it?) - When the player purchases a piece of clothing.
  • 「ど〜も〜 ギアを変えるならWiiu-gamepad-icon.pngのカスタマイズをタッチでアゲアゲ!」
(Yo thanks! If you wanna change up your gear, press that sweet little "customize" on Wiiu-gamepad-icon.png!) - After the player chooses whether to equip a new piece of clothing.
  • 「おカネ、足りないじゃん!」
(You don't got enough money!) - When the player does not have enough Cash.

Trivia

  • Crusty Sean's name is a play on the word "crustacean."
  • Despite what it may look like, Sean's crusty coating is only a jacket. He has not actually been fried and made into a tempura dish.
    • However, according to the developer's interview, Live from the Squid Research Lab's report states that he actually deep-fries himself in a batter bath to achieve this appearance. He needs to repeat this bath every day to keep the batter crispy.[3]
  • According to the art book, his hobbies include collecting movies and he's looking for "a cute girlfriend".

Splatoon

Splatoon 2

  • Crusty Sean was first revealed to be returning in the first full Splatoon 2 trailer, and was confirmed to be Crusty Sean and not another prawn character in an interview with Hisashi Nogami for Famitsu magazine.[4]

Gallery

Splatoon

Splatoon 2

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese ロブ
Lob
From lobster, referencing its crustacean appearance
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Pelle From the famous football/soccer player, and from "pellen" (to peel)
FlagFrance.svg French Omar Name resembling homard (lobster)
FlagGermany.svg German Shrimpson From the English word shrimp and possibly the TV show The Simpsons
FlagItaly.svg Italian Gamberto From gamberetto (shrimp) and Alberto, a male name
FlagRussia.svg Russian Ракки*
Rakki
Красти Шон*
Krasti Shon
From рак rak, cray fish

Transcription of English name
FlagSpain.svg Spanish Adolfrito From "Adolfo" (a name), and "frito" (fried)

References


Characters in Splatoon
Characters in Splatoon 2