Power Egg

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Power Eggs are a type of collectible currency in Splatoon's single-player mode, Octo Valley, and in Octo Canyon and Salmon Run in Splatoon 2.

In Splatoon

Power Eggs are small, orange orbs that appear similar to fish eggs. They can be found on all Octo Valley missions, usually placed in a way to show where the player should go to progress. They can be collected by directly touching them or hitting them with ink. When inked or touched, they will fly towards the player and disappear on contact. Although they are often found in the open, they may also be hidden in crates, balloons, or Octarians. Power Eggs can be used to upgrade the Hero Shot, Ink Tank, and Splat Bombs, as well as unlock and upgrade the Burst Bomb and Seeker Sub Weapons. The Power Eggs do not have any use in multiplayer modes.

Upgrades

Power Eggs can be spent to upgrade the player's Hero Equipment. Upgrading the gear also changes the color of the lights on it.

Upgrading the Hero Shot increases its rate of fire while upgrading the Ink Tank increases its capacity and upgrading the bombs increases their blast radius.

Hero Shot
Level 1 2 3 4
Rate x1.0 x1.3 x1.6 x2.0
Cost N/A 500 1000 1500
Ink Tank
Level 1 2 3 4
Capacity x1.0 x1.3 x1.6 x2.0
Cost N/A 100 300 800
Splat Bombs, Burst Bombs & Seekers
Level 1 2 3 4
Blast Radius x1.0 x1.3 x1.6 x2.0
Cost 100 100 300 800

Any upgrades purchased do not affect any of the amiibo challenges.

In Splatoon 2

Power Eggs, retaining their appearance from Splatoon, are found in the game's single-player campaign, as well as in Salmon Run, and are collectible in the same manner as in Splatoon.

Octo Canyon

Power Eggs function the same way as in Splatoon, their main usage being upgrading the player's Hero Shot and Ink Tank, unlocking Curling Bombs and Autobombs, as well as upgrading the other Hero Weapons that Sheldon makes available at the Ammo Knights Enhancifier.

Once everything is unlocked and upgraded, they can also be traded in for food tickets that can be used at the Crust Bucket.

Salmon Run

Power Eggs can be found by defeating smaller Salmonid enemies, such as Chum, Smallfries and Cohocks. Power Eggs collected during shifts do not transfer over to Octo Canyon, although they will get added to the player's Grizzco Point Card for rewards.

In Octo Expansion

Main article: CQ card

Power Eggs can be collected by splatting enemies, or by finding them in the open and then shooting or touching them, similar to in Octo Canyon and Octo Valley. When collected, the player immediately receives CQ points, which are then stored on the CQ card. CQ points can also be gathered by clearing tests and unlocking new lines, among other methods. CQ points are required when entering or retrying tests.

Trivia

  • A maximum of 9999 Power Eggs can be held at one time in Splatoon and Splatoon 2.
  • 8100 Power Eggs are required to fully upgrade everything in Splatoon.
  • 17,800 Power Eggs, along with all 37 Sardinium, are required to fully upgrade everything in Splatoon 2.
  • Unlike in the first game, the unlockable Curling Bombs and Autobombs in Splatoon 2 cannot be upgraded.

Gallery

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese イクラ
ikura
salmon roe
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Vissenei
Krachtei[1]
Fish egg
Power egg
FlagFrance.svg French Œuf de poisson Fish egg
FlagGermany.svg German Fischei Fish egg
FlagItaly.svg Italian Uovo di pesce Fish egg
FlagRussia.svg Russian Икринка
Ikrinka
From икра ikra, fish spawn
FlagSpain.svg Spanish Caviar rojo Red fish egg
FlagPoland.svg Polish Ikra Mocy Power Roe

References

  1. Nintendo. Splatoon - Handleiding (PDF, 1328 kB). Nintendo.nl. Retrieved October 10, 2019.