From Inkipedia, the Splatoon wiki

Species Inkling
Hair color Orange with purple tips
Eye color Dark Red
Gender Male
Relations Ocho (Second in command)
Location Splatsville
Maximum HP
Other forms
Inkling Full 1.jpg
This article or section involves non-English content
Things may have an official name in another language, but currently have no official English name.
English translations of these names are unofficial.
Note: Wireglasses is the Japanese name for this character as there is no official English name.
Sagakeen art girl.png
This article or section needs more images!
You can help the wiki by adding some to keep it looking fresh!
Reason: Add Wireglasses' full body image
I am Splatsville.
— Wireglasses to Team Blue during their fight.

Wireglasses is the leader of the Splatsville Great Eight as well as the New Order of Splatlands, and is a character in Splatoon 3: Splatlands. He debuted in Chapter 68 and made his full appearance in Chapter 75.


Wireglasses is an Inkling with the "Cornrows" hairstyle and "Classic" masculine eyebrows, though they are bent down. He wears the Glassless Glasses, Apex Sweater, and the Blue Shrimpsiders. He uses the Splattershot Pro.


Wireglasses shares a similar personality to Rider before he lost to Team Blue. He is competitive like the rest of the New Order of Splatlands and Rider, he tends to think highly of himself according to his quote "I am Splatsville" where he sees himself as the highest being in Splatsville. He sees the 'weak' as lesser and believes they should be 'silenced' according to his quote "Weak ones will be silenced." He also gets disgusted by people weaker than him.



  • Wireglasses tends to put black labels in his mouth.
  • Wireglasses is the only character who is a part of the New Order of Splatlands or the Splatsville Great Eight whose design and appearance are not based on a character from Splatoon 3's promotional art.
    • An Octoling with the same headgear, clothing, and skin tone does appear in the promotional art, however.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ワイヤーグラス
Waiyā Gurasu
Wire Glasses