The Slosher is a bucket of ink that can be swung to splatter turf and enemies in a straight line. The trajectory of the ink can be adjusted to strike enemies behind walls or on above high surfaces. It's strong enough to splat opponents in only two shots.
The Slosher deals constant 70 damage no matter how far away the ink travels, as opposed to rollers and shooters dealing less damage as ink travel farther due to fall-off damage. However, here is still fall-off damage when targeting opponents below the player, dealing less than 70 damage, but this tends to not be a problem due to the high damage output of the Slosher.
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- ▲ Damage against Rainmaker shields increased by about 33%.
- ▲ Special gauge loss: 50% → as low as 40%
- ▲ Reduced time needed to fire by about 20%.
- ▲ Reduced the amount of time a player suffers reduced movement after firing a shot by 26%.
In Splatoon 2, the Slosher returns with a new design that is primarily orange instead of pink. It is described as having redesigned handle and suspension. It comes in a set with Suction Bomb and Tenta Missiles.
- ▼ Movement speed while firing: 0.50 → 0.40
- ▼ Points to fill special gauge: 180 → 190
- ▲ Points to fill special gauge: 190 → 180
- — Fixed an issue causing Slosher-type weapons to shoot ink from a higher position than they appeared to.
- ▲ Reduced movement penalty after firing by 4/60 of a second.
- ▲ Increased the size of the closest ink generated, and the likelihood that it will be generated at the players’ feet.
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- The Slosher was first discovered in the June 24th datamine.
- This weapon was later shown in a Japanese trailer detailing future Splatoon updates.
- The weapon was first revealed to be returning in a tweet from the official Splatoon Twitter account on the 24th January 2017.
Slosher is derived from the verb to slosh.
バケットスロッシャー baketto surosshā is derived from Bucket and the verb to slosh.
Names in other languages
|Dutch||Morser||From morsen (to spill) and -er, suffix used for machinery|
|French||Seauceur||Drencher. From "seau" (bucket) and "sauce" (drenching in this context)|
|Italian||Secchiostro||From secchio (bucket) and inchiostro (ink)|
|From ведро vedro, bucket, and gun|
|Spanish||Derramatic||Portmanteau of derramar (to pour) and automático (Automatic)|