Scrappers move slowly, but leave behind a large trail of ink. The only way to splat a Scrapper is to shoot its tail, which is located behind it. Shooting anywhere else will do no damage, but doing this enough will stun the Scrapper. Players should use this time to splat the Scrapper. If one player shoots the Scrapper, it will stop moving and face its shield against this player, making other players able to attack from behind.
If the player shoots the Scrapper but does not stun it, it will take around two seconds from the last shot before it starts moving again. If the player stuns it but does not splat it, it will take around five seconds before its shield is repaired and it starts moving again.
Salmonid Field Guide
The following text is quoted from the Salmonid Field Guide.
- Basic Information
- Protected against almost all ink damage by their shields.
- Their ability to turn rapidly allows them to keep their shields facing their target.
- Attack Behavior
- The protection afforded by their shields allows them to charge forwards.
- Sustained ink attacks will damage their shields and bring them to a standstill.
- Once the Scrapper is immobilized, move round behind it to fire through the chink in its armor and take it out.
- Supporting Information
- The Scrapper's vehicle is a much-desired item for many Salmonids.
- The shields are made from odds and ends of scrap metal.
- If the shields are broken, the Scrapper will have to stop in order to make repairs.
- See also: Salmon Run data
|600/500 [Sal. 1]||30||13 / 3 / 16||3|
- The Scrapper's shield has 600 HP while the main body has 500 HP.
- Scrappers are easy to kill compared to other Salmonids, but they come in larger groups.
- The Sting Ray and Grizzco Slosher ignore Scrappers' armor.
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- The front of the Scrapper's vehicle appears to be a shield used for Shielded Octotroopers.
- When the Scrapper is stunned, the car horn that sounds plays a similar jingle to what is heard in numerous Octo Valley and Octo Canyon music tracks, such as Eight-Legged Advance, Octo Eight-Step, and Onward!.
Names in other languages
|Dutch||Jutter||Coast material collector|
|French||Bricabrute||From briquer (to scrap) and brute|
|German||Pfanndit||From Pfanne (frying pan) and Bandit (bandit)|
|Italian||Bindomito||From binda (jack (tool))|
Characters in Splatoon 2