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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Soda Slosher is derived from Soda and the verb to slosh. Soda likely refers to its bright color-scheme, a common design feature on soda cans and soft drinks in general. Soda is also used to separate it from the Slosher and the Slosher Deco.
バケットスロッシャーソーダ Baketto Surosshā Sōda is derived from Bucket, the verb to slosh and Soda. Bucket Slosher Soda most likely contains the word Soda for the same reasons as the English name.
Names in other languages
Baketto Surosshā Sōda
|Bucket Slosher Soda|
|Dutch||Bruismorser||Fizz Spiller[note 1]|
|French (NOA)||Seauceur pétillant||Sparkling Drencher[note 2]|
|French (NOE)||Seauceur Diabolo||Lemonade Drencher[note 2]|
|Italian||Secchiostro frizzante||Fizzy Inkbucket[note 3]|
|Spanish (NOA)||Derramatic burbujeante||Bubbly Slosher[note 4]|
|Spanish (NOE)||Derramatic centella||Spark Slosher[note 4]|
- "Morser" is Slosher's Dutch name and comes from morsen (to spill) and -er
- "Seauceur" is Slosher's French name and comes from seau (bucket) and sauce (drenching in this context)
- "Secchiostro" is Slosher's Italian name and comes from secchio (bucket) and inchiostro (ink)
- "Derramatic" is Slosher's Spanish name and comes from derramar (to pour) and automático (automatic)