Fear the Octo Samurai

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#9: Octoling Strike
Octo Canyon Missions
#10: Octoseeker Shakedown


Fear the Octo Samurai
˜ The Showdown ˜
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Number B2
Area 2
Sheldon's Request S2 Weapon Main Hero Roller Replica.png Hero Roller
Items 1 Sardinium
Music Octarmaments
Amiibo challenges
Splats with honor
Octo Samurai
— intro to the Octo Samurai boss fight.
This article is about the mission. For the character of the same name, see Octo Samurai.

Fear the Octo Samurai is the second boss mission in Splatoon 2's single-player mode, Octo Canyon.

Octo Canyon

The Boss Kettle for this mission can be found directly in the middle of Suction-Cup Lookout, under the kettle for mission #8 Spinning Campground.

Gameplay

Boss Appearance

The Octo Samurai resembles an Octoling but much larger in size and more masculine. The Octo Samurai has a heavyweight and round body that is similar to as a sumo wrestler, has small eyes, and sports a tentacle on the back of his head in a ponytail. He wears a black leather motorcycle jacket with golden embroidery on the sides and a print of DJ Octavio on the back. He carries a weapon that is similar to a Dynamo Roller that can change positions vertically or horizontally to the handle, and can combine with his unicycle to form a vehicle which Sheldon calls "The Octocycle".

Walkthrough

In order to defeat the Octo Samurai, you must splat it to make it drop its Dynamo Roller on the ground. The roller grows into a larger form and a tentacle pops out of it. Attack the tentacle 3 times and you win.

Phase 1

The boss will fling its Roller in a similar fashion to Inklings, but has a very wide range. The Samurai can also get on top of his weapon and charge towards the player, leaving behind a wide trail of ink. If he gets a direct his, its an instant Splat. The boss takes a break every time he does this, letting the player get in free hits. He always does a backward jump before doing his charge attack.

Phase 2

The Octo Samurai's roller is upgraded.

The Octo Samurai does everything he does from phase 1, but he has two new attacks:

  • He jumps towards the player and does a vertical swing with splat roller.
  • He quickly spins around with his roller leaving a circle formation of ink. A direct hit is an instant splat. Before performing this attack, his eyes give off a distinctive shine.

Phase 3

The Octo Samurai unable to respawn.

Most of his attacks get more vicious, and he has a new one:

  • The Octo Samurai performs three, extremely long-ranged vertical swings.
  • He chases you when he does his charge attack. He still takes a break after this.
  • He will always swing three times in a row when he does his regular swing.
  • He will always follow up his jump attack with three vertical swings. These swings are not as long-range as his other vertical swing attack.




Quotes

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Marie's Quotes

Smoke this clown, Agent 4. For the honor of your family…or something!
OK, that’s just ridiculous…
He’s revving up! MOVE!
Don’t stand in front of him, Agent 4!
The tentacle, Agent 4! Wail on it!
OH, CARP. This sucker’s not messing around.
Quick, Agent 4! Dodge!
A spin attack? His eyes lit up before he did that.
That stance. Look out for a spin attack!
Here comes that jump attack again!
BRING THE PAIN!
An octopus samurai on a unicycle? And I thought the oven was bad.
This guy just doesn’t quit!
Go, Agent 4!
Now, Agent 4! End it!

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Sheldon’s Request Quotes

I could REALLY use some more data on this weapon. Can you use it for a bit?

Sheldon’s Level Quotes

That’s…the latest in Octarian weapon technology! The Octocycle!
Get ready… Looks like he’s planning something nasty!

Gallery

Trivia

  • The Octo Samurai is a unique type of Octo Boss where the Octoweapon is instead aiding the Octarian.
  • The name of the "Octocycle" weapon is a play on the word "motorcycle".
  • A passage in The Art of Splatoon 2 mentions that the Octo Samurai is a fan of Callie.
  • It is possible to defeat this boss in 72 seconds using an upgraded S2 Weapon Main Hero Slosher Lv. 2.png Hero Slosher.
  • It is possible to complete this stage in as little as 40 seconds using a fully upgraded S2 Weapon Main Hero Shot Replica.png Hero Shot.

Names in other languages

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Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese スゴイ ドスコイ ♯
タコツボザムライ
Sugoi dosukoi #
Takotsubozamurai
Amazing fighting chant[note 1]:
Octopus Pot Samurai
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Aan de rol met de Octosamoerai On the roll with the Octo Samurai[note 2]
FlagFrance.svg French (NOE) La dernière bataille de Tenta-samouraï The final battle of Tenta-samurai
FlagGermany.svg German Oktosamurai rollt an Octo Samurai rolls up
FlagItaly.svg Italian Fate largo! Arriva Octosamurai! Get away! Octo Samurai arrives!
FlagRussia.svg Russian Большая разборка
«СУМОречный Осьмурай»
Bol'shaya razborka
«SUMOrechnyy Os'muray»
FlagMexico.svg Spanish (NOA) Duelo sin cuartel
˜El Octosamurái˜
No-holds-barred duel
˜The Octo-Samurai˜
FlagSpain.svg Spanish (NOE) Combate final contra el Octosamurái Final battle against the Octo Samurai

Translation notes

  1. "Dosukoi" is a meaningless word that sumo wrestlers chant before fights
  2. "Aan de rol" probably comes from the Dutch phrase "aan de rol gaan" and is a pun on "rol" (roll). Oddly enough, the meaning of this phrase is rather inappropriate. Because of that, it must come from one of the many different phrases that starts with "aan de" with "rol" replacing a word to create a pun.


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