Stringer

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Promotional image of an Inkling with the Tri-Stringer
For a similarly-named Boss Salmonid introduced in Splatoon 2, see Stinger.

Stringers are one of the main weapon types in the Splatoon series. They were introduced in Splatoon 3. Stringers can fire three strings of ink horizontally or vertically depending on whether they are fired while standing or jumping.

List of stringers

Series Description Variants Games
Splatoon 3 "3" icon.svg
S3 Weapon Main Tri-Stringer.png
Tri-Stringer
A stringer that has two levels of charge to unleash charged shots that briefly freeze before exploding, but cannot store its charge. S3 Weapon Main Tri-Stringer.png Tri-Stringer
S3 Weapon Main REEF-LUX 450.png
REEF-LUX 450
A lightweight stringer that can store its charge, but cannot fire explosive shots. With tap shots it deals about the same damage as the Tri-Stringer but fully charged it deals more damage. S3 Weapon Main REEF-LUX 450.png REEF-LUX 450

Sets

Stringers in Splatoon 3
Main Sort by main Sub Special Points for Special Level Price Class

S3 Weapon Main REEF-LUX 450 Flat.png REEF-LUX 450 9010 S3 Weapon Sub Curling Bomb Flat.png Curling Bomb S3 Weapon Special Tenta Missiles.png Tenta Missiles 210p 10 Sheldon License 1 S3 Icon Stringer.png Stringer
S3 Weapon Main Tri-Stringer Flat.png Tri-Stringer 9000 S3 Weapon Sub Toxic Mist Flat.png Toxic Mist S3 Weapon Special Killer Wail 5.1.png Killer Wail 5.1 200p 4 Sheldon License 1 S3 Icon Stringer.png Stringer

Animations

Spawner Drone Tri-Stringer pose as shown in the Splatoon 3 announcement video.

Splatoon 3

Spawner Drone pose:

  • All styles: Stands in a crouched pose with their weapon angled down and their right hand readied.

Victory:

  • Flip Out: Jumping into the air while shooting the weapon downwards twice, then lands kneeling and pulls its string back while aiming into the distance.

Quotes

We've obtained imagery of a new class of weapon known as the stringer. It seems stringers can fire ink horizontally or vertically depending on whether they are fired while standing or jumping. Either way, a simple press of ZR is all it takes to start splatting.
— @SplatoonNA[1]

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Weapon Promos

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ストリンガー
sutoringā
Stringer
Netherlands Dutch Spanner Drawer
Canada and France French Transperceur Penetrator
Germany German Stringer Stringer
Italy Italian Calamarco From calamaro ("squid") + arco ("bow")
Russia Russian Тетиватор
Tetivator
Stringator
Spain Spanish Arcromatizador Bow-chromatizer, from arco ("bow") + cromatizador (*chromatizer")
China Chinese (Simplified) 猎鱼弓
lièyúgōng (Mandarin)
Fishing bow
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 獵魚弓
lièyúgōng (Mandarin)
Fishing bow
South Korea Korean 스트링거
seuteuringgeo
Stringer
Portugal Portuguese Stringer Same as English
Firing ink horizontally Firing ink vertically
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ヨコ射ち
yoko uchi
Firing horizontally
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 橫射
héngshè (Mandarin)
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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese タテ射ち
tate uchi
Firing vertically
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 縱射
zòngshè (Mandarin)
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References