Talk:Parallel Canon

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Latest comment: 3 May by Perfectionist in topic Why did you remive the trivia about save data, Prismark?

Thinking about adding dubious trivia about similarities to online PVP

New to Inkipedia. Wondering if it'd be appropriate to add some info, but I don't know what should be omitted. Or could this be a section of its own? Anyway:

  • Coincidentally, Parallel Canon enemies almost exclusively exhibit combat behavior common in Splatoon 2, as they do not use Order Stringer or Order Splatana, which are part of two main weapon classes that were not present in Splatoon 2. (Note: This is downplayed by the fact that the bosses do not use any Charger or Splatling either.) They do not Squid Roll or Squid Surge. (Note: This may be downplayed too; I don't believe any computer-controlled enemy in Splatoon has used such mobility.) The only special that the enemy uses, the Triple Splashdown, is particularly reminiscent of the Splashdown from Splatoon 2.
  • Parallel Canon's battlefield resembles multiplayer stages more than any other floor, having rotational symmetry, relatively linear layout, dash tracks, and elevated geometry in the center and at either end that effectively act as middle ground and bases.

Other potential trivia:

  • Whenever enemies throw a bomb, they emit a voice clip allied Inklings use.
  • Parallel Canon enemies resemble the Copy Machine, though the Copy Machine lacks legs and has only one visible eye. It is unclear if the two are related.

Ikamotif (talk) 16:42, 28 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Parallel Cannon and it's sub and special weapons

So parallel cannon has 7 different weapons it can use, being the order dualies, brella, shot, roller, slosher, blaster, and brush. however, after playing around in the fight, I've noticed that each weapon parallel cannon uses has a different kit assigned to them, both sub weapon and special weapon if you give them enough time. Here is what I've noticed after playing against them a few times in both the floor 10 and floor 20 fight

Order Dualies: Curling bomb and Tenta Missiles

Order Brella: Splat bomb and Inkstorm

Order Shot: Splat bomb and Triple Splashdown

Order Roller: Curling bomb and Big bubbler

Order Slosher: Splat bomb and Tenta Missiles

Order Blaster: Curling bomb and Wave Breaker

Order Brush: Splat bomb and Inkstorm

as for where these kits could come from these are my thoughts. Dualies might be a combination its kits from Splatoon 2. Brella is from both splatoon 2 kits (ink storm and splat bomb launcher, just splat bomb here). Shot is likely from a combination of its Splatoon 2 kits, though it could be from Octo Shot's kit in Side Order. Roller might be from Splat Roller's kit in Splatoon 3. slosher a combination of Splatoon 2 base and soda slosher. blaster could be from the Order Blaster's kit in Side Order. And Brush is weirdly a combination of Inkbrush and Octobrush Nouveau kits in splatoon 3.

side note: I'm not sure if all color chips buff Parallel cannon. I've noticed that Something like the "Ink Attack Size" chip doesn't show an increased hitbox on their main weapon's fire, but "splash radius" certainly makes their bombs cover a larger area. something to look into I guess

PenguinFlames (talk) 19:53, 3 March 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Why did you remive the trivia about save data, Prismark?

See taitl Olivia (talk) 12:24, 24 April 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

If you refer to the "if the player carries over save-data" it is due to turning out to be wrong. The full grasp on how Parallel Canon's look is determined has been added to the appearance section.   Perfectionist   (talk) 09:11, 3 May 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]