Sub weapon

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Divert the enemy with weapons like Splat Bombs or the Sprinkler.

Pro tip: You can try out the weapons at Ammo Knights before you buy.

— Splatoon's official website, [1]

The sub weapon is a secondary weapon in Splatoon and Splatoon 2. They use up considerably more ink than a main weapon, and as such, usually serve specialized purposes limited to specific combat situations and are not often used as a main method of inking the environment.

Usage

Sub weapons are deployed by pressing the Button1 R.png button. If the sub weapon is throwable, holding down the Button1 R.png button will display a trajectory to help the player aim the weapon. If the sub weapon is not throwable, it will be placed on the ground.

Sub weapons consume a great deal of ink, so it may be necessary to monitor the ink supply before and after deployment of a sub weapon. When the ink supply becomes sufficient for using a sub weapon, a sound effect will play and a red light will show on the ink tank.

List of sub weapons

Weapon Description Games
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S2 Weapon Sub Autobomb.png Autobomb A bomb that walks towards any nearby enemies before exploding. Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Burst Bomb.png Burst Bomb A bomb that explodes on impact. Multiple Burst Bombs can be thrown without having to refill the ink tank. They deal less damage than other bombs; two direct hits or three indirect hits will splat an opponent, or they can be used in combination with the main weapon. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Curling Bomb.png Curling Bomb A bomb that travels in a straight line across the floor, leaving a trail of ink and bouncing off of walls and obstacles. It explodes after its timer expires. The maximum distance of the Curling Bomb can be shortened by holding the deployment button to 'cook' the timer before release. Green checkmark.svg
S Weapon Sub Disruptor.png Disruptor A bomb that gives negative status effects to opponents. Affected enemies will suffer from reduced mobility and a reduced ink recovery rate. Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Ink Mine.png Ink Mine A bomb that hides in ink once planted. It deals damage to enemies that get too close. As of Splatoon 2, the Ink Mine also applies a tracking effect to its victims, letting everyone on the user's team know where the victim is. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Point Sensor.png Point Sensor When thrown, this object explodes in a spherical cloud. The cloud tags enemies with a tracking effect that shows their location to everyone on the user's team. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S Weapon Sub Seeker.png Seeker A bomb that chases a target before exploding. It leaves a trail of ink that the player can use to travel quickly. Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Splash Wall.png Splash Wall A barrier made of falling ink. It blocks enemy movement and enemy fire. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Splat Bomb.png Splat Bomb A basic bomb that explodes after a short period of time. It can be rolled or thrown. The explosion timer will only progress while the bomb is touching the ground. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Sprinkler.png Sprinkler The Sprinkler continually sprays ink in a circular area around itself, in a staggering motion, until it is broken by enemy fire or the deployer gets splatted. It can be thrown onto virtually any surface. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Squid Beakon.png Squid Beakon A device that allows the user and their teammates to Super Jump directly to its location. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Suction Bomb.png Suction Bomb A bomb that can be attached to any surface. It explodes after a moderate period of time, and has a larger blast radius than the Splat Bomb. Green checkmark.svg Green checkmark.svg
S2 Weapon Sub Toxic Mist.png Toxic Mist A bomb that gives negative status effects to opponents. Affected enemies will suffer from reduced mobility and gradual loss of ink supply. Green checkmark.svg

Sets

Sub weapons come in sets with main weapons. These lists show which sub weapons come with each main weapon.

Abilities

Abilities on a player's gear can affect sub weapons. The following abilities have effects that specifically focus on improving the performance of sub weapons.

Ability Effect Games
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S Ability Bomb Range Up.png Bomb Range Up Allows bombs, Point Sensors, and Disruptors to travel farther when thrown.
S Ability Damage Up.png Damage Up Increases damage dealt by weapons.
S2 Ability Ink Saver (Sub).png Ink Saver (Sub) Reduces the amount of ink consumed by sub weapons.
S2 Ability Sub Power Up.png Sub Power Up Improves the performance of each sub weapon in multiple ways.

Gallery

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Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese サブウェポン
Sabu Uepon
Sub weapon
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Subwapen Sub weapon
FlagFrance.svg French Arme secondaire Secondary arms
FlagGermany.svg German Sekundärwaffe Secondary weapon
FlagItaly.svg Italian Armi secondarie Secondary weapon
FlagRussia.svg Russian Запасное оружие
Zapasnoye oruzhiye
Spare weapons
FlagSpain.svg Spanish (NOE) Arma secundaria Secondary weapon
FlagDenmark.svg Danish Sekundær våben
Sekundærvåben
Secondary weapon
FlagNorway.svg Norwegian Sekundærvåpen Secondary weapon
FlagPortugal.svg Portuguese Arma secundária Secondary weapon
FlagSweden.svg Swedish Sekundärvapen Secondary weapon

References


Weapons in Splatoon
Main Chargers
Rollers
Shooters
Sloshers
Splatlings
Sub
Special
Weapons in Splatoon 2
Main Brellas
Chargers
Dualies
Rollers
Shooters
Sloshers
Splatlings
Sub
Special