Hiya! My name is Malin, I am a 28 yo woman from Sweden and also a certified Splatoon Fan Girl :V
I mostly do edits on weapon pages, keeping templates and tables up to date. I'm also one of Inkipedia's current Patrollers, returning to staff after a hiatus. Personally interested in the different weapon brands (official names, nintendo??).
I'm also an active editor on Bulbapedia. I'm AmbientDinosaur there too.
Maybe one of these days I will finish to make a proper user page. Maybe. Eventually. Perhaps. Don't count on it.
My favorite weapons:
|Explosher||Slosher||My currently most used weapon. Has a well-rounded kit for what it is supposed to do. Good at controlling zones, but somewhat struggling in close fights.|
|Sloshing Machine Neo||Slosher||My formerly most used weapon. Sloshing Machine Neo got the best parts of the Sloshing Machines in Splatoon, with the Point Sensors for tracking and Splat-Bomb Launcher to flush out areas.|
|Kensa Dynamo Roller||Roller||The Kensa kit is what the Dynamo needed to return as turfing monster. The entire kit is for turf control and thus one of my favorite picks for SZ.|
|Tri-Slosher Nouveau||Slosher||If it wasn't clear by now, I am pretty much a Slosher main. The regular kit might be better, but I am better at using Splat Bombs than Burst Bombs. Also, Ink Storm is one of my favorite specials to use.|
|Heavy Splatling Remix||Splatling||My Splatling of choice. Point Sensors are always handy for long-range weapons, and the Booyah Bomb synergizes well with the Heavy Splatling main weapon.|
|Tenta Camo Brella||Brella||Such an upgrade over the other Tenta Brellas! Ink Mine not only tracks intruding opponents, but also softens them up, making them easier to finish in one shot. Ultra Stamp lets one switch gears, suddenly increasing damage output and mobility.|
|Kensa Splat Roller||Roller||I've always had a soft spot for the Splat Roller, but the Kensa kit is what really sold the weapon for me. It is possibly the most unique weapon with the Bubble Blower, since it excels at using them in close combat. Combined with the Splat Bombs, it really makes for some devastating bubbles!|
|Splat Brella||Brella||The Splat Brella is a very fun weapon to use, and the regular kit is pretty well-rounded for a defensive weapon. The point-blank shot and canopy 2HKO combo is very satisfying when you can pull it off.|
|Flingza Roller||Roller||Aah, the Flingza. Giving any Roller a Splash Wall might seem to be lunacy, but just like the CoroCoro Splat Roller in Splatoon, focus on using the Splash Wall NOT for yourself. Give it to a teammate. Obstruct exit and entry points on the map. Or simply use it as bait. Basically, I use it as a tool to help with sharking.|
|Ballpoint Splatling Nouveau||Splatling||I was initially very confused on how to use the Ballpoint, but it has eventually become my favorite Splatling to use. The Nouveau has a kit that's very fitting for a long-range Splatling.|
|Bloblobber Deco||Slosher||Possibly the most bonkers weapon in the game. It is a fun weapon to use, less fun to go against. I really wish it would have kept the Fizzy Bomb like it had before release, but that would have probably made it even more bonkers.|
|Jet Squelcher||Shooter||One of the few shooters that I may feel like using. I can't exactly pin down what I like about it in particular, other than that I like to use the kit.|
B-sides and various assorted remixes:
|Octobrush Nouveau||Roller||The Nouveau kit is very fun to use, jumping around the map and launching missiles from different vantage points. But since it has Beakons, it lacks something to help it out in combat, making it very reliant on surprise splats.|
|Kensa Sloshing Machine||Slosher||When it was announced, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the Sloshing Machine got a third kit, since I really didn't expect it. The Fizzy Bomb goes well with the main weapon, but I wish it had any other special than the Splashdown.|
|Gold Dynamo Roller||Roller||I may use the Kensa kit more nowadays rather than the Gold kit, but the Gold Dynamo is by no means bad. It trades a bit of turf control for team support, and is good to use for pushes.|
|Heavy Splatling||Splatling||Oh gods, I really didn't like the Heavy Splatling when I first got it in Splatoon 2. A kit that makes it easy to get a special I don't want to use? However, after the Sting Ray got retooled a few times, it definitely turned into a force to be reckoned with. Very good in both RM and TC.|
|Slosher||Slosher||Aah, the regular, standard Slosher. Its kit as a whole is a bit too slow, but I have always loved unique aspects of the main weapon (in particular the whip-like fling).|