It is a slosher-type weapon that is separated into three sections, and is similar in appearance as a Japanese brush washer bucket. As its appearance implies, it can throw in three different directions. It covers a straight line forward and two splotches to the side. The range is short compared to other sloshers.
The weapon consumes 6% of the ink-tank capacity with each slosh, allowing players to slosh 16 times before needing to refill. Each slosh does enough damage to splat opponents in two hits.
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- ▲ Damage against Rainmaker shields increased by about 33%.
- ▼ Special gauge loss: 50% → up to 60%
An Inkling standing with a Tri-Slosher equipped.
Running through Camp Triggerfish with a Tri-Slosher.
- ▼ Movement speed while firing: 0.70 → 0.60
- ▼ Points to fill special gauge: 180 → 210
- ▼ Damage per shot reduced: 62.0 → 52.0
- ▼ Range decreased by about 9%.
- — Fixed an issue causing Slosher-type weapons to shoot ink from a higher position than they appeared to.
- ▲ Increased movement speed while attacking by roughly 10%.
- ▲ Damage per shot increased: 52.0 → 62.0
- ▲ Points to fill special gauge: 210 → 190
A female Octoling leaning on a Tri-Slosher.
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Tri-Slosher is derived from the verb to slosh and Tri, a shortening meaning Three.
ヒッセン Hissen means Brush Washer. 筆洗 Hissen are segmented buckets that are used for cleaning paintbrushes.
Names in other languages
|Dutch||Triomorser||From trio (tri) and morsen (to spill) and -er, suffix used for machinery|
|French (NOA)||Seauceur trio||Trio slosher|
|German||3R-Schwapper||3R Slosher ("3R" is a pun on German word "Dreier" for a trio or triplet)|
|Italian||Secchiostro triplo||Triple Slosher.|
|Russian||Ведроган 3 в 1
Vedrogan 3 v 1
|Slosher 3 in 1|
|Spanish||Derramatic triple||Triple Slosher. Derramatic comes from derramar (to spill) and automático (automatic)|