Octo Shot

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Octo Shot
S2 Weapon Main Octo Shot Replica.png
Basic information
Category Main
Class Shooter
Special points
Special depletion
Fire rate
Charge speed
Ink speed
Handling Acquirement
Base damage 35
Base duration
Ink consumption 1%
Base range
Rate of fire
Muzzle velocity
Base accuracy
MPU effect
SPU effect
SPU effect
Other variant

The Octo Shot (spelled "Octoshot" in Splatoon) is a weapon used by Octolings in the single-player campaigns of Splatoon and Splatoon 2 and by Agent 8 during the endgame of the Octo Expansion. The Octo Shot appears to have the same statistics as the Splattershot but with a different model and color scheme.


The Octo Shot's ink tank is a large cylindrical tank with a black screw cap that rests on top of the main parts of the gun with a thick, plastic, black band wrapped around it, connecting the ink tank to the gun. From the top of the screw cap, a large wide tube bends in a U-turn fashion connecting the ink to the barrel of the Octo Shot, which resembles a pure black and miniature version of the ink tank, complete with a black screw cap. Below the barrel is a large handle with a small trigger that is held within one hand. Connecting on the remaining side of the barrel is a grip that is used with the other hand to grasp when firing. The grip is a silver-colored semi-cylinder with a black semi-cylinder coating the outside, complete with finger holds for grip. Connecting to the forward-facing side of the grip is a funnel-shaped silver nozzle. The default appearance and Octo Shot thumbnails portray the ink color to be a dark purple, resembling Callie's shade of ink.

An Elite Octoling holding the Octo Shot


In Splatoon, this weapon is called the Octoshot and is the only weapon used by Octolings in Octo Valley.

Octoshot Replica

Main article: Octoshot Replica

The Octoshot Replica is a reward from Judd for reaching Level 40. It is a shooter-type main weapon and is visually identical to the Octoshot. Despite its unique appearance, it is simply a reskin of the Tentatek Splattershot, sharing the same stats and loadout, with Suction Bombs as its sub weapon and the Inkzooka as its special weapon.

Splatoon 2

In Splatoon 2, Octolings use a few different weapons, all of them being red-colored versions of the Hero weapons, such as the Hero Roller or the Hero Blaster. However, the weapon representing the shooter class is not a red Hero Shot, but rather the Octo Shot.

Octo Expansion

In the Octo Expansion, the Sanitized Octolings use even more red variants of the Hero weapons (such as the Hero Brella and the Herobrush), and continue to use the Octo Shot as the shooter-class weapon. Elite Octolings with this weapon use the Inkjet as their special.

The Escape

The Octo Shot is found by Agent 8 during the Villi Phase of the underground escape and is used from that point until the end of the escape sequence. It is unused during most of the Diaphragm Phase where Agent 8 uses an infinite Inkjet. The Octo Shot is used within the boss fight against the mind-controlled Agent 3 and is furthermore used to activate Marina's hyperbombs during the final boss against the NILS Statue and Commander Tartar. It is also the weapon used in the bonus boss fight against Inner Agent 3.

Octo Shot Replica

Main article: Octo Shot Replica

Upon completion of the Octo Expansion main story, the Octo Shot Replica is available for online battles. It is identical in appearance to the Octo Shot, and in stats and loadout to the Tentatek Splattershot. Notably, its sub weapon (Splat Bomb) and special weapon (Inkjet) are identical to those collected during the Escape (Villi and Diaphragm phases, respectively), implying that the set was "built" by Agent 8 during that time, and just happens to match the Tentatek Splattershot set.



Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese オクタシューター
Netherlands Dutch Octoschot Octo Shot
France French Lanceur Octaling Octoling shooter
Italy Italian Octosplasher from "octoling" and "splasher" (splattershot)
Russia Russian Осьмострел