Fresh Fish Feet

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The Fresh Fish Feet is a pair of shoes in the Splatoon series.
In Splatoon 2, they are a 2-star item produced by amiibo and come with the primary ability Quick Respawn. They are only available from the Octoling Octopus amiibo. They cannot be ordered through Murch.
In Splatoon 3, they are a 1-star item produced by amiibo and come with the primary ability Quick Respawn. They are only available from the Octoling Octopus amiibo. They cannot be ordered through Murch.

Appearance

The Fresh Fish Feet are a pair of tan cartoon fish mascot shoes, based off the Fresh Fish.

Splatoon 2

Fresh Fish Feet
Fresh Fish Feet
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amiibo
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Abilities

The Fresh Fish Feet come with Quick Respawn as the primary ability. When purchased from SplatNet 2, they can have any other primary ability normally available to Shoes. As a 2-star item, the Fresh Fish Feet come with two additional slots for secondary abilities, which may be increased to a maximum of three slots with a Super Sea Snail for each slot. Since they are made by the amiibo brand, they have equal chances to roll any secondary ability.

Splatoon 3

Fresh Fish Feet
Fresh Fish Feet
Category
Brand
Ability
amiibo
Rarity
Star-full.pngStar-empty.pngStar-empty.pngStar-empty.pngStar-empty.png

Abilities

The Fresh Fish Feet come with Quick Respawn as the primary ability. When purchased from SplatNet 3, they can have any other primary ability normally available to Shoes. As a 1-star item, the Fresh Fish Feet come with two additional slots for secondary abilities. The star level may be increased with a Super Sea Snail. Increasing the star level to 1 or 2 stars will also add another secondary ability slot to the Fresh Fish Feet. Increasing the star level beyond 2 stars will increase the gear experience gained by the Fresh Fish Feet by a cumulative 3.333...% up to 10% additional experience at five-star level. Since they are made by the amiibo brand, they have equal chances to roll any secondary ability.

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Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ひれおくんのあし
Hireo-kun no Ashi
Feet of Hireo-kun.[note 1]
Netherlands Dutch Mascotteschoenen Mascot shoes
Canada and France French Pieds de mascotte Mascot feet
Germany German Flosso-Schuhe Flosso shoes[note 2]
Italy Italian Piedoni da mascotte Mascot big feet (-one suffix is used to refer to something large)
Russia Russian Башмаки Плавнишки
Bashmaki Plavnishki
Flipper Boy shoes
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Pies de pececito Little fish feet[note 3]
Spain Spanish (NOE) Zapato de muñecote -
China Chinese (Simplified) 鱼奇奇鞋
yúqíqí xié (Mandarin)
Yuqiqi Shoes
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 魚奇奇鞋
yúqíqí xié (Mandarin)
Yuqiqi Shoes
South Korea Korean 히레오 슈즈
hireo syujeu
Hireo Shoes

Translation notes

  1. "ひれお" (Hireo) could be an anagram of "おひれ" (Ohire) which means the tailfin of a fish.
  2. "Flosso" comes from "Flosse" (fin)
  3. the suffix "ito" expresses smallness and cuteness.

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