Ink

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For other pages associated with ink, see Ink (disambiguation).
Ink in action in a pre-release version of Arowana Mall.

Ink is the main projectile used in the Splatoon series as well as a means of navigation. It comes in a variety of team-based colors that are randomized with each battle. Walls and ground alike can be covered with ink, but it goes through grates and cannot be applied to ink-resistant surfaces such as glass, tarps, and bumpers present in some stages. It allows players a degree of stealthiness, as Inklings and Octolings in squid and octopus forms can hide in their ink and ambush enemies. The signature ink colors are orange/blue for Splatoon, pink/green for Splatoon 2, and yellow/blue for Splatoon 3.

Purposes

The effects of moving in enemy ink.
A squid partially hiding in its team's ink.
An Inkling using an inkrail.

Ink can be used in various ways, including as a projectile. Being hit by enemy ink causes players to take damage and become visible to their opponents on the map. After taking enough damage, players are splatted and eventually respawn. When attempting to swim or walk through enemy ink, Inklings and Octolings take damage, though this alone cannot splat them. Their movements also become very slow, and if they are in squid or octopus form, they are forced back into humanoid form. Equipping gear with the Ink Resistance Up ability helps to reduce the effects of being in enemy ink, and, in Splatoon only, Defense Up can be used to reduce damage taken from being hit by it.

Ink can also be fired at various inkable surfaces and other characters. Once a surface is coated in ink, players of the same ink color can swim through it, allowing them to move more quickly and climb up walls. When staying still in their ink, players can hide and ambush enemies, and when swimming fast enough they only create small ripples. Equipping gear with the Ninja Squid ability hides these ripples entirely, further improving the wearer's ability to move undetected.

In Splatoon 2, improved graphics were added to ink, including better shading, brightness, and sharpness.

Droplets and trails where players swam in ink are more distinct in Splatoon 2.

Main weapons and sub weapons both require ink, with the specific amount needed varying between different weapons. Ink requirements can be reduced by equipping the Ink Saver (Main), Ink Saver (Sub), Last-Ditch Effort, and Comeback abilities. If players do not have enough ink to use a weapon, they are warned of it and their ink tank flashes with a large red "X". Ink slowly refills automatically, but swimming in one's ink refills it much faster. Ink Recovery Up increases the speed at which ink is regained.

Some devices allow ink to be used in even more ways. Inkrails and Ride rails exist for transportation, as Inklings and Octolings in squid and octopus forms can use them to get to otherwise inaccessible areas. Sponges expand for use as a platform when hit by the player's ink and shrink when hit by that of an opponent. Splat-Switches, when covered with ink, cause objects to move. Ink can also be used to spin propellers, which power the movement of various platforms. Finally, Balloon Fishes can be popped with ink to create an explosion like player bombs.

Color sets

For more information, see Template:InkT and Template:Ink.

Neutral color values are used for objects such as barriers and the Squid Bumpers in the test range and can help with identifying a set. However, some sets seem to use different values for some objects. In Splatoon 3, this color is also used on a few HUD elements, such as on the "GAME!" screen that appears at the end of a match, the map to indicate neutral objectives - such as un-captured Splat Zones or Towers - and to highlight the currently selected player.

Ink color names come from what they are called in each game's files. Some names do not match the visible color; the reason for this is unknown.

Color sets used in-game are listed below.

Color sets in Splatoon

Online multiplayer

Online Multiplayer
Turf War
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
PinkGreen       N/A
PinkBlue       N/A
PinkOrange       N/A
OrangeBlue       The main promotional colors of Splatoon.
GreenPurple       N/A
TurquoiseOrange       N/A
LightBlueDarkBlue       Despite being called "DarkBlue" in the game files, the Bravo team uses an orange color instead.
Added in Version 2.0.0.
LightBlueYellow       Unused.
Added in Version 2.0.0.
BlueLime       N/A
Ranked Battle
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
YellowLilac       N/A
GreenMazenta       N/A
LumigreenPurple       N/A
LightgreenBlue       N/A
SodaPink       Despite being called "Pink" in the game files, the Bravo team uses a purple color instead.
GreenOrange       N/A
DarkblueYellow       N/A

Octo Valley

Octo Valley
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Orange       N/A
NightMarigold       N/A
Marigold       N/A
Yellow       Despite being called "Yellow" in the game files, the player actually uses a green color instead.
Green Default       N/A
LumiGreen       N/A
NightLumiGreen       N/A
MothGreen       Unused.
Soda       N/A
Turquoise       N/A
Lilac       N/A
DarkBlue       N/A

Splatfest

North America
Name Alpha Bravo
Cats vs. Dogs    
Roller Coasters vs. Water Slides    
Marshmallows vs. Hot Dogs    
Autobots vs. Decepticons    
Art vs. Science    
Cars vs. Planes    
Pirates vs. Ninjas    
Burgers vs. Pizza    
Naughty vs. Nice    
Past vs. Future    
Pokémon Red vs. Pokémon Blue    
Snowman vs. Sandcastle    
SpongeBob vs. Patrick    
Fancy Party vs. Costume Party    
Early Bird vs. Night Owl    
Callie vs. Marie    
Europe & Oceania
Name Alpha Bravo
Rock vs. Pop    
Eating vs. Sleeping    
North Pole vs. South Pole    
Singing vs. Dancing    
Messy vs. Tidy    
Cats vs. Dogs    
Zombies vs. Ghosts    
Delicious vs. Disgusting    
Fit vs. Rich    
Barbarian vs. Ninja    
Pokémon Red vs. Pokémon Blue    
Hoverboard vs. Jet Pack    
SpongeBob vs. Patrick    
Black Tie Event vs. Fancy Dress Party    
World Tour vs. Space Adventure    
Callie vs. Marie    
Japan
Name Alpha Bravo
Rice vs. Bread    
Red Kitsune Udon vs. Green Tanuki Soba    
Lemon Tea vs. Milk Tea    
Grasshopper vs. Ant    
Airhead vs. Wisecracker    
Squid vs. Octopus    
Love vs. Money    
Land Food vs. Seafood    
Red Kitsune Udon vs. Green Tanuki Soba    
Perfect Body vs. Perfect Mind    
Pokémon Red vs. Pokémon Green    
Show No Mercy! vs. Focus on Healing    
Tuna & Mayonnaise vs. Red Salmon    
Fancy Party vs. Costume Party    
Chocorooms vs. Chococones    
Callie vs. Marie    

Color Lock

Color Lock
Mode Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Turf War, Ranked Battle & Splatfest
Option BlueOrange       N/A
Octo Valley
Option Yellow       N/A

Color sets in Splatoon 2

[1][2]

Online multiplayer

Online Multiplayer
Turf War Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
LemonPurple       N/A
LightBlueYellow       Unused.
PinkBlue       N/A
PinkGreen       The main promotional colors of Splatoon 2.
PinkLightblue       N/A
PinkYellow       N/A
PurpleOrange       This color set is also used in Octo Expansion during the Inner Agent 3 fight, this is likely done to reference the main promotional colors of Splatoon.
PurpleTurquoise       N/A
YellowBlue       N/A
Ranked Battle Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
BlueGreen       N/A
GreenMazenta       N/A
GreenPurple       N/A
PurpleLumigreen       N/A
TurquoiseOrange       N/A
YellowLightblue       N/A
YellowPurple       N/A

Single-player campaigns

Octo Canyon
Name Player Octarians Neutral Notes
Blue       [note 1]
Green       [note 1]
Lavender       [note 1]
Unused.
LumiGreen       [note 1]
Marigold       [note 1]
NightLumiGreen       [note 1]
NightMarigold       [note 1]
Unused.
Pink       [note 1]
Unused.
Purple       [note 1]
Unused.
Soda       [note 1]
Turquoise       [note 1]
Yellow       [note 1]
Octo Expansion
Name Player Sanitized
Octarians
Neutral Notes
Coral       [note 2]
Orange       [note 2]
Unused.
Pink       [note 2]
Purple       [note 2]
RedPurple       [note 2]

Salmon Run

Salmon Run
Name Players Salmonids Neutral Notes
Blue       Salmonid Ink has a slime-like texture to it, where reflections have very little diffusion and there is a faint glow on the outer edge.
Orange       Salmonid Ink has a slime-like texture to it, where reflections have very little diffusion and there is a faint glow on the outer edge.
Pink       Salmonid Ink has a slime-like texture to it, where reflections have very little diffusion and there is a faint glow on the outer edge.

Splatfest

North America & Oceania
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Cake vs. Ice Cream       N/A
Mayo vs. Ketchup       N/A
Flight vs. Invisibility       N/A
Vampire vs. Werewolf       N/A
Sci-Fi vs. Fantasy       N/A
Sweater vs. Sock       N/A
Action vs. Comedy       N/A
Money vs. Love       N/A
Chicken vs. Egg       N/A
Baseball vs. Soccer       N/A
Raph vs. Leo     N/A
Mikey vs. Donnie     N/A
Raph vs. Donnie     N/A
Pulp vs. No Pulp       N/A
Squid vs. Octopus       N/A
Fork vs. Spoon       N/A
Retro vs. Modern       N/A
Trick vs. Treat       [note 3]
Salsa vs. Guacamole       N/A
Hero vs. Villain       N/A
Family vs. Friends       [note 1]
Pancakes vs. Waffles       N/A
Knight vs. Wizard       N/A
Hare vs. Tortoise       N/A
Time Travel vs. Teleportation       N/A
Unicorn vs. Narwhal       N/A
Chaos vs. Order       [note 4]
Mayo vs. Ketchup       [note 5]
Chicken vs. Egg       [note 5]
Trick vs. Treat       [note 3]
[note 5]
Super Mushroom vs. Super Star       N/A
Europe
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Cake vs. Ice Cream       N/A
Mayo vs. Ketchup       N/A
Flight vs. Invisibility       N/A
Front Roll vs. Back Roll       N/A
Warm Breakfast vs. Cold Breakfast       N/A
Film vs. Book       N/A
Action vs. Comedy       N/A
Gherk-OUT vs. Gherk-IN       N/A
Chicken vs. Egg       N/A
Salty vs. Sweet       N/A
Raph vs. Leo     N/A
Mikey vs. Donnie     N/A
Raph vs. Donnie     N/A
Pulp vs. No Pulp       N/A
Squid vs. Octopus       N/A
Adventure vs. Relax       N/A
Retro vs. Modern       N/A
Trick vs. Treat       [note 3]
Eat It First vs. Save It for Last       N/A
Hero vs. Villain       N/A
Family       [note 1]
Pancakes vs. Waffles       N/A
Knight vs. Wizard       N/A
Hare vs. Tortoise       N/A
Time Travel vs. Teleportation       N/A
Kid vs. Grown-Up       N/A
Chaos vs. Order       [note 4]
Mayo vs. Ketchup       [note 5]
Chicken vs. Egg       [note 5]
Trick vs. Treat       [note 3]
[note 5]
Super Mushroom vs. Super Star       N/A
Japan
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Rock vs. Pop       N/A
Mayo vs. Ketchup       N/A
Fries vs. McNuggets       N/A
Dexterity vs. Tenacity       N/A
With Lemon vs. Without Lemon       N/A
Warm Innerwear vs. Warm Outerwear       N/A
Action vs. Comedy       N/A
The Champion vs. The Challenger       N/A
Flowers vs. Dumplings       N/A
Newest Model vs. Most Popular Model       N/A
New Life-Forms vs. Advanced Technology       N/A
Hello Kitty vs. Cinnamoroll     N/A
My Melody vs. Pompompurin     N/A
Hello Kitty vs. My Melody     N/A
Squid vs. Octopus       N/A
Chocorooms vs. Chococones       N/A
Tsubuan vs. Koshian       N/A
Trick vs. Treat       [note 3]
Pocky Chocolate vs. Pocky Gokuboso       N/A
Hero vs. Villain       N/A
Family vs. Friends       [note 1]
Airhead vs. Wisecracker       N/A
Knight vs. Wizard       N/A
Hare vs. Tortoise       N/A
Ce League vs. Pa League       N/A
No Pineapple vs. Pineapple       N/A
Chaos vs. Order       [note 4]
Mayo vs. Ketchup       [note 5]
Chicken vs. Egg       [note 5]
Trick vs. Treat       [note 3]
[note 5]
Super Mushroom vs. Super Star       N/A

Color Lock

Color Lock
Mode Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Turf War and Ranked Battle
Option YellowBlue       N/A
Octo Canyon
Option Yellow       Contains a glittery texture only seen in Octo Canyon and the Family vs. Friends Splatfest.
Octo Expansion
Option Pink       [note 2]
Salmon Run
Option Blue       Salmonid Ink has a slime-like texture to it, where reflections have very little diffusion and there is a faint glow on the outer edge.
Splatfest
Option PurpleGreen       N/A

Color sets in Splatoon 3

[3]

Regular Battle and Anarchy Battle

Regular Battle and Anarchy Battle
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
BlueYellow       N/A
GreenPurple       N/A
LimegreenPurple       N/A
OrangeBlue       Similar to Splatoon's main promotional colors.
OrangePurple       N/A
PinkGreen       Similar to Splatoon 2's main promotional colors.
TurquoisePink       N/A
TurquoiseRed       N/A
YellowBlue       The main promotional colors of Splatoon 3.
The Neutral color is also used for The Captain in Return of the Mammalians, although it cannot be visibly seen.
YellowPurple       N/A

Single-player campaigns

Return of the Mammalians
Name Player Enemy Neutral Notes
HeroBlue       [note 6]
HeroGreen       [note 6]
HeroLightBlue       [note 6]
HeroOrange       [note 6]
HeroSoda       [note 6]
HeroYellow       [note 6]
[note 7]
Deep Cut
HeroBossUtsuho       [note 8]
HeroBossFuuka       [note 8]
HeroBossManta       [note 8]

Side Order
Chip Tone Name Player Jelletons Neutral Notes
N/A Default       Used when the player does not have any Color chips equipped or when under other circumstances.
Power Fire A       Used when the players Palette consists of predominantly Power-tone color chips, the exact hue used depends on which sub-grouping within the tone is the most common.
Fire B      
Fire C      
Support Continuity A       Used when the players Palette consists of predominantly Support-tone color chips, the exact hue used depends on which sub-grouping within the tone is the most common.
Continuity B      
Continuity C      
Range Range A       Used when the players Palette consists of predominantly Range-tone color chips, the exact hue used depends on which sub-grouping within the tone is the most common.
Range B      
Range C      
Mobility Move A       Used when the players Palette consists of predominantly Mobility-tone color chips, the exact hue used depends on which sub-grouping within the tone is the most common.
Move B      
Move C      
Lucky Luck A       Used when the players Palette consists of predominantly Lucky-tone color chips, the exact hue used depends on which sub-grouping within the tone is the most common.
Luck B      
Luck C      
Drone Auto A       Used when the players Palette consists of predominantly Drone-tone color chips, the exact hue used depends on which sub-grouping within the tone is the most common.
Auto B      
Auto C      

Salmon Run Next Wave

Salmon Run Next Wave
Name Players Salmonids Neutral Notes
CoopBlue       N/A
CoopOrange       N/A
CoopPink       N/A
CoopPurple       N/A
CoopSunYellow       N/A
CoopYellow       N/A
Salmon Run Training Manual
CoopDefault       These colors are used when practicing against Boss Salmonids in the Grizzco training manual.

Splatfest

International
Name Alpha Bravo Charlie Neutral Notes
Rock vs. Paper vs. Scissors         N/A
Gear vs. Grub vs. Fun         N/A
Grass vs. Fire vs. Water         N/A
Spicy vs. Sweet vs. Sour         N/A
Dark Chocolate vs. Milk Chocolate vs. White Chocolate         N/A
Nessie vs. Aliens vs. Bigfoot         N/A
Power vs. Wisdom vs. Courage         [note 9]
Vanilla vs. Strawberry vs. Mint Chip         N/A
Money vs. Fame vs. Love         N/A
Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man         N/A
Zombie vs. Skeleton vs. Ghost         [note 10]
Handshake vs. Fist Bump vs. Hug         N/A
Friends vs. Family vs. Solo         [note 11]
Friday vs. Saturday vs. Sunday         N/A
Drums vs. Guitar vs. Keyboard         N/A
Baby Chicks vs. Li'l Bunnies vs. Bear Cubs         [note 12]
Same Ol' vs. Bucket List vs. Save the Day         N/A
Japan
Name Alpha Bravo Charlie Neutral Notes
Rock vs. Paper vs. Scissors         N/A
Gear vs. Grub vs. Fun         N/A
Grass vs. Fire vs. Water         N/A
Spicy vs. Sweet vs. Sour         N/A
Dark Chocolate vs. Milk Chocolate vs. White Chocolate         N/A
Nessie vs. Aliens vs. Bigfoot         N/A
Power vs. Wisdom vs. Courage         [note 9]
Vanilla vs. Strawberry vs. Mint Chip         N/A
Money vs. Fame vs. Love         N/A
Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man         N/A
Zombie vs. Skeleton vs. Ghost         [note 10]
Kaiten-yaki vs. Ōban-yaki vs. Imagawa-yaki         N/A
Friends vs. Family vs. Solo         [note 11]
Red Bean Paste vs. Custard vs. Whipped Cream         N/A
Lightly Salted vs. Consommé vs. Salted Seaweed         N/A
Baby Chicks vs. Li'l Bunnies vs. Bear Cubs         [note 12]
Same Ol' vs. Bucket List vs. Save the Day         N/A

Mirror matches

Turf War
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
BlueYellow Night       N/A
GreenPurple Night       N/A
LimegreenPurple Night       N/A
OrangeBlue Night       Similar to Splatoon's main promotional colors.
OrangePurple Night       N/A
PinkGreen Night       Similar to Splatoon 2's main promotional colors.
TurquoisePink Night       N/A
TurquoiseRed Night       N/A
YellowBlue Night       Similar to the main promotional colors of Splatoon 3.
YellowPurple Night       N/A
Tricolor Turf War
Name Alpha Bravo Charlie Neutral Notes
TriColorDefault         Only used as an emergency fallback.
TriColorSameTeamMatch         The color set normally loaded for Tricolor Turf War mirror matches.

Color Lock

Color Lock
Mode Name Alpha Bravo Charlie Neutral Notes
Regular Battle and Anarchy Battle
Option A Support YellowBlue     N/A   N/A
Option B Support OrangeBlue     N/A   N/A
Splatfest
Option A Support TriColor         N/A
Option B Support TriColor2         N/A
Return of the Mammalians
Support HeroBlue     N/A   [note 6]
Despite being called "HeroBlue", the player actually uses a yellow color instead.
Side Order
Option A Support 1 Primary     N/A   Support 1 Primary is used for the main ink color, while Support 1 Secondary is used for the accent colors.
Bears a striking resemblance to the coloration of Sanitized Octarian's.
Support 1 Secondary     N/A  
Option B Support 2 Primary     N/A   Support 2 Primary is used for the main ink color, while Support 2 Secondary is used for the accent colors.
Support 2 Secondary     N/A  
Salmon Run Next Wave
Support CoopYellow     N/A   N/A

amiibo

amiibo
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
Amiibo Idol01     N/A N/A
Callie Callie Marie Marie
Amiibo Idol02     N/A N/A
Pearl Pearl Marina Marina
BankaraIdol DefaultColor     N/A N/A
Shiver Shiver Frye Frye
Amiibo Idol06     N/A The bravo color of Amiibo Idol06 is identical to the alpha color of Amiibo Player02B, the color used for the Octoling Girl Octoling Girl amiibo.
Big Man Big Man N/A
Amiibo Player01       N/A
Inkling Girl (Splatoon) Inkling Girl (Splatoon) Inkling Boy (Splatoon) Inkling Boy (Splatoon) Inkling Squid (Splatoon) Inkling Squid (Splatoon)
Amiibo Player01B       N/A
Inkling Girl (recolor) Inkling Girl (Lime Green) Inkling Boy (recolor) Inkling Boy (Purple) Inkling Squid (recolor) Inkling Squid (Orange)
Amiibo Player02       N/A
Inkling Girl (Splatoon 2) Inkling Girl (Splatoon 2) Inkling Boy (Splatoon 2) Inkling Boy (Splatoon 2) Inkling Squid (Splatoon 2) Inkling Squid (Splatoon 2)
Amiibo Player02B       N/A
Octoling Girl Octoling Girl Octoling Boy Octoling Boy Octoling Octopus Octoling Octopus
Special Cases
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
N/A       These amiibo do not have their own unique color set, instead the Inkling (Yellow) and Octoling (Blue) amiibo use the Alpha and Bravo colors of the YellowBlue color set, while the Smallfry amiibo uses the Alpha of the TurquoisePink color set.
Inkling (Yellow) Inkling (Splatoon 3) Octoling (Blue) Octoling (Splatoon 3) Smallfry Smallfry

Others

Other
Name Alpha Bravo Neutral Notes
WarmingUpYellowBlue       These colors are used during the character customization sequence and the short tutorial on the way to Splatsville.

NPC Colors

NPC Colors
Used For Color Notes
Shiver in Splatsville   N/A
Frye in Splatsville   N/A
Big Man in Splatsville   N/A
Callie during Return of the Mammalians   N/A
Marie during Return of the Mammalians   N/A
Callie in Inkopolis Plaza   N/A
Marie in Inkopolis Plaza   N/A
Pearl in Inkopolis Square   N/A
Marina in Inkopolis Square   N/A
Special outfits
Shiver during Splatoween   Used as the main color. [note 13]
  Used as the accent color. [note 13]
Frye during Splatoween   Used as the main color. [note 13]
  Used as the accent color. [note 13]
Shiver during Frosty Fest   Used as the main color. [note 13]
  Used as the accent color. [note 13]
Frye during Frosty Fest   Used as the main color. [note 13]
  Used as the accent color. [note 13]

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Trivia

Callie and Marie talking about the vanishing property of ink.
Pearl's hair changing color
  • According to Sunken Scroll 7 of Splatoon and Callie and Marie, ink vanishes after every match. It was later confirmed with Sunken Scroll 14 in Splatoon 2 that the cause of this is airborne microbes that consume the ink after a game.
  • While swimming, small bits of ink come off an Inkling or Octoling's squid or octopus form. This is likely because the squid and octopus forms are mainly used to submerge in ink.
  • During Haicalive at Chokaigi 2018, it was shown what it looks like when Inklings and Octolings change ink colors: their "hair" and any gear that changes due to ink color turns white, then fades to another color. This also occurred during Tentalive at Tokaigi 2019. Those are the only two occurrences where this can be seen, and there are no examples in-game.
  • Marie's ink having special properties is a trait only mentioned in certain North American localizations.[4] In the English version, it is referred to as "low-tide" ink, which matches the theme of her solo song, Tide Goes Out.
  • In Splatoon, it is possible to see a slight tint of a different ink color towards the ends of Inklings' tentacles, though it is hard to see on some color sets. This detail was removed in Splatoon 2. In Splatoon 3, the details on Inkling's and Octoling's tentacles once again show a different color at the tips, being the color of the opposing team.
  • Splatoon 3 is the only game in the series where red ink appears outside of Splatfests.
  • In a promotional video for Splatoon 3 posted by Twitter @NintendoUK on Twitter, a yellow vs pink color combination is seen, despite that specific combo not being available in Splatoon 3.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese インク
Inku
Ink
Netherlands Dutch Inkt Ink
CanadaFrance French Encre Ink
Germany German Tinte Ink
Italy Italian Inchiostro Ink
Russia Russian Чернила
Chernila
Краска
Kraska
Ink

Paint
SpainMexico Spanish Tinta Ink
China Chinese (Simplified) 墨汁
Mò zhī
Ink
Denmark Danish Blæk
Farve
Ink
Color
Finland Finnish Muste Ink
Hungary Hungarian Tinta Ink
Norway Norwegian Blekk Ink
Portugal Portuguese Tinta Ink
Sweden Swedish Bläck
Färg
Ink
Color

Notes

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 Features a glittery texture only seen in Octo Canyon and the Family vs. Friends Splatfest.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 In Octo Expansion, enemy ink uses a special "marbling" texture that gives it a wavy effect.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Features a unique matte texture that appears to glow.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Features a unique metallic texture.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 Repeat of a previous Splatfest's colors.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 In Return of the Mammalians, much like in Octo Expansion, enemy ink uses a special "marbling" texture that gives it a wavy effect, though it features a rainbow gradient resembling the Fuzzy Ooze.
  7. This color is also used by DJ Octavio without the marbling texture in his fight.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 The ink used in the boss fights against the members of Deep Cut features a modified version of the texture used for Sanitized and Fuzzy ink, with their logo ingrained.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Red, blue, and green allude to the signature colors of Din, Nayru, and Farore as well as gold for the Triforce.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Features a subtle marbling effect as well as a glow that pulses.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Features a glitter effect similar to the one used in Fam vs. Friend, however the effect used is a much finer glitter texture .
  12. 12.0 12.1 Features a special texture resembling sprinkles, the color of the sprinkles changing based on the opposing team.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 This color is never used as ink, only being part of the models texture. The colors shown are color picked from said models.


External links

References

  1. Splatoon 2 colors from leanny.github.io
  2. Splatoon 2 Splatfest color data from splatoon2.ink
  3. Splatoon 3 colors from leanny.github.io
  4. Bomb Rush Blush Latin American Spanish localization.
    Tina: ¡Perfecto! ¡Le acerté con mi tinta especial!