|“||While this weapon shares the upsides and downsides of the Classic Squiffer, the addition of Ink Mines, in particular, add effectiveness to hit-and-run attacks and objective control. With no Bubbler to keep you safe, consider using the Defense Up ability so you can absorb more damage.||”|
— Splatoon Prima Guide
|“||Sheldon has used the blueprints to adjust the sub and special setup. Trap your opponents in a sticky situation with the sub, or deliver a long-range strike with the special.||”|
— In-Game Description(NA)[a]
|“||Sheldon has used the blueprints to adjust the Sub and Special setup. Trap your opponents in a sticky situation with the Sub or deliver a long-range strike with the Special.||”|
— In-Game Description(EU/OC)[b]
My grandpappy's blueprints inspired me to update the Classic Squiffer set. I call it the New Squiffer!
Use the Inkzooka to keep foes at bay as you surround your territory with deadly Ink Mines!
Charger-type weapons are generally offensive, but a defensive style can be surprisingly effective too!(NA)[a]
The New Squiffer offers the same main stats as the Classic Squiffer, but it offers a more offensive style!
Pressure your opponents with an Autobomb, and splat 'em when they come out into the open!
And when you're under pressure, use the Baller to rush the enemy or retreat. This baby is made for ultra-aggressive players.
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