The Heavy Splatling is capable of firing bursts of ink with high range, low damage, and a fast rate of fire. Each fully charged attack consumes 22.5% of the ink-tank capacity, allowing players to fire off four full charges before needing to refill. It takes approximately 0.83 seconds to reach the first level of charge, and 1.25 seconds in total to reach the second level of charge. Reaching the first level of charge will cause the Heavy Splatling to fire for 1.2 seconds, while reaching the second level will cause it to fire for 2.4 seconds. Each ink bullet does enough damage to splat opponents with four hits.
- 1 Splatoon
- 2 Splatoon 2
- 3 Quotes
- 4 Trivia
- 5 Etymology
- 6 References
- ▲ Ink usage decreased by about 10%.
- ▲ Special gauge loss: 50% → as low as 40%
A Roller user being targeted by a Heavy Splatling.
Animated GIF of an Inkling firing a Heavy Splatling.
List of variants
The Heavy Splatling returns in Splatoon 2 with a new design, the main difference being the barrel is now titled and it is primarily yellow instead of orange.
- ▼ Accuracy while standing decreased
- ▼ Accuracy while jumping decreased
- ▼ Movement speed while firing: 0.70 → 0.64
- ▼ Painting range decreased by 9%
- ▼ Fall off range reduced by 8.5%
- ▲ Increased movement speed while charging by 20%: 0.5 → 0.6
- ▲ Increased movement speed while shooting by 3%: 0.64 → 0.66
- ▲ Shot Damage: 28 → 32
- ▼ Points to fill special gauge: 180 → 200
List of variants
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- The Heavy Splatling was first revealed when Splatoon was datamined on June 21, 2015.
- The Heavy Splatling was later seen in a Japanese trailer detailing Splatoon's future updates.
In Splatoon 2,
- The weapon was first revealed to be returning in a tweet from the official Splatoon Twitter account on January 24, 2017.
Heavy Splatling is derived from the adjective Heavy and a portmanteau of Splat and Gatling.
バレルスピナー bareru supinā is derived from Barrel and Spinner. The name Barrel Spinner is due to the fact that the barrels of the Heavy Splatling rotate while charging and firing.
Names in other languages
|Dutch||Spetling||From spet (splat) and gatling|
|German||Splatling||From splat and gatling|
|Italian||Splatting a tanica||Jerrycan Splatting|
|From брызгать bryzgat' (to splash)|
|Spanish (NOA)||Garabateador Pro||Pro Doodler|
|Spanish (NOE)||Tintralladora||Ink-machine gun|