Cuttlegear

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Cuttlegear
Cuttlegear
Likely ability
Neutral
Unlikely ability
Neutral

Cuttlegear is a brand in the Splatoon series.

Cuttlegear is mostly assigned to gear obtainable from single-player campaigns, which cannot be purchased or ordered from another player, although version 3.0.0 in Splatoon 2 introduced Cuttlegear clothing for sale in shops.

Unlike most other brands, Cuttlegear does not have increased or decreased chances of getting certain abilities in any way.

Logo in Splatoon

In Splatoon, the brand has an entirely black logo, depicting a stylized squid icon surrounded by circular "waves", with two Bamboozlers arranged in a crossbones-esque way underneath the squid icon.

In Splatoon 2, the brand has changed to an entirely navy blue logo, though it is otherwise identical. It remained the same in Splatoon 3.

Gear

For the category page, see Category:Cuttlegear.

Weapons

Main article: Weapon brand#Ammo Knights

Despite being created by Sheldon as a homage to Cap'n Cuttlefish and his own grandfather, two weapons under the Ammo Knights and Sheldon's Picks brands are marked with Cuttlegear stickers:

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Trivia

Etymology

Cuttlegear is a portmanteau of "Cuttlefish" and "gear".

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese アタリメイド
Atarimeido
A portmanteau of "Atarime" (Cap'n Cuttlefish) and "made"
Netherlands Dutch Kraakwaar Kraken gear
Canada French (NOA) Radmaré
France French (NOE) Macalamar From Cuttlefish.
Germany German Kuttelkorps Cuttle Corps
Italy Italian Krakensen
Russia Russian Каракат
Karakat
From каракатица karakatitsa (cuttlefish)
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Sepichón
Spain Spanish (NOE) Obvius
China Chinese (Simplified) 鱼干制造
yúgān zhìzào
Made by Cuttlefish
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 魚乾製造
yúgān zhìzào
Made by Cuttlefish
South Korea Korean 마르징오 메이드