Glooga Dualies

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The Glooga Dualies are a main weapon in Splatoon 2. They were released on 2 December 2017 at 02:00 UTC.[1]

The Glooga Dualies are a dualie-type weapon whose power increases immediately following a dodge-roll. When shooting normally, they splat opponents with three hits. After performing a dodge roll, it only takes two hits to splat an opponent and the shots will travel further. Each shot consumes 1.4% of the ink tank capacity, allowing the player to fire 71 shots before needing to refill. Each dodge roll consumes 8% of the ink tank, allowing the player to roll twelve times.

Splatoon 2

Glooga Dualies

Glooga Dualies

Category Main
Class Dualie
Sub S2 Weapon Sub Ink Mine.png Ink Mine
Special S2 Weapon Special Inkjet.png Inkjet
Level 17
Cost Cash 11,800
Base damage 36
52.5 (Post-roll)
Base duration
Ink consumption 1.4%
8% (Roll)
Special points 180p
Sp. depletion
65 / 100
76 / 100
Fire rate
Charge speed
Ink speed
35 / 100
Variants Glooga Dualies Deco Glooga Dualies Deco
Kensa Glooga Dualies Kensa Glooga Dualies

The Glooga Dualies come in a set with Ink Mines and the Inkjet.


  • The Glooga Dualies are a middleweight weapon.
  • The ink consumption of 1.4% allows players to fire 71 shots before needing to refill the ink supply.
    • Each roll consumes 8% of the ink tank capacity, allowing players to roll 12 times.
  • When initially firing the weapon in humanoid form, the first shot takes 3 frames to come out.
    • When firing from squid or octopus form, the first shot takes 8 frames to come out.
  • When firing continuously, it has a fire rate of 9 frames between shots.
  • After performing a roll, the two individual reticles will merge into a single reticle and chance to shoot towards the inner reticle is immediately set to 100%.
  • The full animation of the roll will last 30 frames before player control resumes.
    • Upon regaining control, the player will be forced to maintain their position for 32 frames.

Version history

Version Adjustments
  • Slightly increased the size of hit detection between each shot and the player, making it easier to hit an opponent.
  • Reduced ink consumption when firing by roughly 11%: 1.8 → 1.6.
  • Reduced the width of the shot spread for shots immediately after firing: 4 → 3 degrees
  • Increased firing range after performing a dodge roll by roughly 13%.
  • Decreased ink consumption from shots fired by roughly 6%: 1.6 → 1.5.
  • Decreased ink consumption from shots fired by roughly 7%: 1.5 → 1.4.




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  • The English name comes from the weapons' appearance, which is based on hot glue guns.
  • The Japanese name comes from the temperature scale, Kelvin, along with the weapons' damage value after a dodge roll, 52.5.
    • While the temperature 525 kelvin (about 485°F / 252°C) itself is not notable, it might be a reference to the Draper Point in physics, which is at 525° Celsius. The Draper Point is the temperature at which almost all solids will visibly glow as a result of black body radiation or incandescence.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese ケルビン525
kerubin 525
Kelvin 525
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Kelvin 525 Kelvin 525
FlagQuebec.svg French (NOA) Double Kelvin 525
FlagGermany.svg German Kelvin 525
FlagItaly.svg Italian Kelvin duplo 525 Dual Kelvin 525
FlagRussia.svg Russian Термоплюхи 525
Termoplyukhi 525
Termo pistols 525
FlagSpain.svg Spanish (NOE) Fundidora 525 dual Dual smelter 525