Tri-Slosher

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The Tri-Slosher is a main weapon in Splatoon and Splatoon 2.

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.

Splatoon

Tri-Slosher

Tri-Slosher

Category Main
Class Slosher
Sub S Weapon Sub Disruptor.png Disruptor
Special S Weapon Special Bubbler.png Bubbler
Level 9
Cost Cash 7,500
Availability
Base Damage 62
Base Duration
Ink Consumption 6%
Special Points
Sp. Depletion Specdep icon.png 60%
Range
33 / 100
Damage
Impact
Fire Rate
80 / 100
Charge Speed
Ink Speed
Mobility
Durability
Handling
70 / 100

The Tri-Slosher was released on September 26, 2015 at 02:00 UTC.[1]

Version history

2.2.0

  • Damage against Rainmaker shields increased by about 33%.

2.7.0

  • Special gauge loss: 50% → up to 60%

Gallery

Demonstration

Similar weapons

Splatoon 2

Tri-Slosher

Tri-Slosher

Category Main
Class Slosher
Sub S2 Weapon Sub Burst Bomb.png Burst Bomb
Special S2 Weapon Special Ink Armor.png Ink Armor
Level 15
Cost Cash 10,200
Availability
Base Damage 62
Base Duration
Ink Consumption 6%
Special Points 190p
Sp. Depletion
Range
30 / 100
Damage
75 / 100
Impact
Fire Rate
Charge Speed
Ink Speed
Mobility
Durability
Handling
70 / 100

The Tri-Slosher returns in Splatoon 2 looking identical to how it did in the first game. It comes with S2 Weapon Sub Burst Bomb.png Burst Bombs and S2 Weapon Special Ink Armor.png Ink Armor.

Version history

Base game

  • Movement speed while firing: 0.70 → 0.60

1.1.2

  • Points to fill special gauge: 180 → 210

1.3.0

  • Damage per shot reduced: 62.0 → 52.0
  • Range decreased by about 9%.

1.4.0

  • Fixed an issue causing Slosher-type weapons to shoot ink from a higher position than they appeared to.

2.0.0

  • Increased movement speed while attacking by roughly 10%.
  • Damage per shot increased: 52.0 → 62.0
  • Points to fill special gauge: 210 → 190

Gallery

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Demonstration

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Quotes

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Trivia

Etymology

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

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese ヒッセン
Hissen
Brush Washer
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Triomorser From trio (tri) and morsen (to spill) and -er, suffix used for machinery
FlagQuebec.svg French (NOA) Seauceur trio Trio slosher
FlagFrance.svg French (NOE) Dépoteur
FlagGermany.svg German 3R-Schwapper 3R Slosher ("3R" is a pun on German word "Dreier" for a trio or triplet)
FlagItaly.svg Italian Secchiostro triplo Triple Slosher.
FlagRussia.svg Russian Ведроган 3 в 1
Vedrogan 3 v 1
Slosher 3 in 1
FlagSpain.svg Spanish Derramatic triple Triple Slosher. Derramatic comes from derramar (to spill) and automático (automatic)

References


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