Gushing Trionfale

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Gushing Trionfale
Species Jelleton
Habitat High-clearance ceilings
Hair color
Eye color Red
Location Spire of Order
Maximum HP
Other forms
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Gushing Trionfales are Jelleton enemies in Splatoon 3: Side Order. They have a clam-like body and attack by launching Splat Bombs and Toxic Mist from capsules above their shells.


Gushing Trionfales bear a striking resemblance to an empty giant clam shells, having a striped exterior and interlocking "teeth". Unlike giant clams, however, they have a bulbous, black-and-red eye on the exterior of each side of their shell. Unusually for a Jelleton, Gushing Trionfales are not coated in a layer of ink. Their shell halves appear to be held together with a screw.

A geyser-like stream of ink erupts from the inside of Gushing Trionfales, juggling an ink-coated, spherical capsule. This is a reference to the fact that bivalves are capable of generating pearls within their body, which are commonly believed to be spherical (although such cases are comparatively rare).


  • When fighting a Gushing Trionfale, attack its capsule to cause it to self-destruct, which will also damage other nearby Jelletons.
  • Capsules can be shot down after being launched, which will convert whatever is inside to the player's color.


The following text is quoted from the Jelleton Field Guide.

Habitat: High-clearance ceilings
Shoot down the capsules it
spews. It'll self-destruct and
save you some trouble.
You can also shoot the capsules
after they're launched to convert
them to your ink! They contain
things like bombs and Toxic Mist.
Huh?! You're telling me THAT'S
what was spamming those Splat
Bombs at us?!
Make it eat that capsule!


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"Trionfale" is Italian for "triumphant". It may be a reference to the "Marcia Trionfale" (composed by Viktorin Hallmayer) which is the music used to announce the arrival of the pope, and the first anthem of Vatican City.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 噴出するトリオンファーレ
funshutsu suru torionfāre
Gushing Trionfale
Netherlands Dutch Bruisende Trionfale Sparkling Trionfale
France French (NOE) Trionfale jaillissant Gushing Trionfale
Germany German Sprudelndes Trionfale Gushing Trionfale
Italy Italian Madrigale eruttante Erupting madrigal
Russia Russian Бурлящее бомболеро
Burlyashchee bombolero
Seething bombolero[a]
SpainMexico Spanish Trionfo en erupción Erupting Trionfo (Italian for "triumph")

Translation notes

  1. From бомба bomba ("bomb") and болеро bolero, a Spanish dance