Killer Wail 5.1

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The Killer Wail 5.1 is an upcoming special weapon in Splatoon 3.

Splatoon 3

Killer Wail 5.1
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Category Special

Description

The Killer Wail 5.1 special consists of six floating speakers from which laser beams are shot out. It appears to be a modified version of the Killer Wail.[1] The ends of the contraptions bear a strong resemblance to the Suction Bomb. The laser beams shot out by these contraptions have the ability to go through walls, similar to the Sting Ray and Killer Wail specials, and tend to target opponents on their own.

Most statistical information, such as duration and base damage, are currently unknown, though it has been confirmed that the Killer Wail 5.1 is part of the Range Blaster and Sloshing Machine's set.

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Trivia

  • 5.1 capable audio systems consist of five relatively similar speakers, as well as an additional larger "subwoofer" speaker. Despite this, the Killer Wail 5.1's six implements all appear to be identical.

Etymology

The weapon and the name are a reference to 5.1 surround sound, the most common format for surround sound systems. Notably, the Wii U and the Switch both support 5.1 output.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese メガホンレーザー5.1
megahon rēzā 5.1
Megaphone Laser 5.1
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Megalofoon 5.1 From Megalodon (spelled the same in English and Dutch), an extinct species of enormous shark, and megafoon, which means "megaphone".
Megalophone 5.1 or Sharkophone 5.1
FlagFrance.svg French (NOE) Haut-perceur 5.1 From haut-parleur, meaning "loudspeaker", and perceur, which means "piercer".
Loudpiercer 5.1
FlagGermany.svg German Heulboje 5.1 From heulen, a verb which means "to cry or howl", and Boje, which means "buoy".
Howling Buoy 5.1
FlagItaly.svg Italian Tintofono 5.1 From tinta, meaning "ink", and the suffix -fono, which is used in relation to sounds similarly to how -phone is used in English.
Inkophone 5.1
FlagRussia.svg Russian Мегалофон 5.1
Megalofon 5.1
From Megalodon, an extinct species of enormous shark, and мегафон, which means "megaphone".
Megalophone 5.1 or Sharkophone 5.1
FlagSpain.svg Spanish (NOE) Tintófono 5.1 From tinta, which means "ink", and the suffix -fono, used in relation to sounds, similar to -phone in English.
Inkophone 5.1
FlagSouth Korea.svg Korean 메가폰 레이저 5.1ch
megapon reijeo 5.1ch
Megaphone Laser 5.1ch

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