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*** lending more credence to that supposition, Marina mentions during the Unicorn vs. Narwhal Splatfest that her landlord is a narwhal. Narwhals are basically whales with giant protruding tusks.

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*Why can Inklings and Octolings only swim in ink that's their team color? It's because they'd only blend in with that background!


** Also, some of the Octarian troopers, especially the single-tentacle ones, are... noted for being fairly dumb, really. Well, no crap - while the severed arms of an octopus do have a lot ''more'' neural mass than most limbs, the animal is still at its most intelligent when it has all its limbs and is connected to its brain. Of course the single-tentacle Octarians aren't bright, they're operating on limited brain power.

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** Also, some of the Octarian troopers, especially the single-tentacle ones, are... noted for being fairly dumb, really. Well, no crap - while the severed arms of an octopus do have a lot ''more'' neural mass than most limbs, the animal is still at its most intelligent when it has all its limbs and is connected to its brain. Of course the single-tentacle Octarians aren't bright, they're operating on limited brain power.



** Probably not the case. If you fall into void, you explode in mid-air, most likely to respawn into action as fast as possible instead of climbing all the way back up. Same with water- they'd have hard time climbing out of it because they can't spray walls to climb out because, well, ink and water, and rather self-destruct and respawn than swim (which they apparently can't) to where they can climb out normally, only to be splatted when they're most vulnerable. Time is golden in turf wars.

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** Probably not the case. If you fall into void, you explode in mid-air, most likely to respawn into action as fast as possible instead of climbing all the way back up. Same with water- water — they'd have hard time climbing out of it because they can't spray walls to climb out because, well, ink and water, and rather self-destruct and respawn than swim (which they apparently can't) to where they can climb out normally, only to be splatted when they're most vulnerable. Time is golden in turf wars.



*** Indeed, WordOfGod has explicitly confirmed that Inklings canonically ''do'' dissolve in water, and yes, precisely ''because'' they're made of ink (specifically, their "skin" is so porous that dunking them in water will cause them to basically "bleed out" due to osmosis).
* The Octolings and Octostriker stages in single player involve a group of Octarians invading certain areas of the surface; then how come Agent 3 is the only one there to stop them? Well, these stages take place either at night or what seems to be dawn. Remember how one of the earlier Sunken Scrolls said that, during the start of the Great Turf War, Octarians were winning because Inklings couldn't wake up early enough in the morning to defend themselves? A century worth of history or not, some things just don't change. If anything, it makes Agent 3 more impressive as they have the fortitude to be up at that hour.

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*** Indeed, WordOfGod has explicitly confirmed that Inklings canonically ''do'' dissolve in water, and yes, precisely ''because'' they're made of ink (specifically, their "skin" is so thin and porous that dunking them in water will cause them to basically "bleed out" due to osmosis).
* The Octolings and Octostriker stages in single player single-player involve a group of Octarians invading certain areas of the surface; then how come Agent 3 is the only one there to stop them? Well, these stages take place either at night or what seems to be dawn. Remember how one of the earlier Sunken Scrolls said that, during the start of the Great Turf War, Octarians were winning because Inklings couldn't wake up early enough in the morning to defend themselves? A century worth of history or not, some things just don't change. If anything, it makes Agent 3 more impressive as they have the fortitude to be up at that hour.



* If you talk to Cap'n Cuttlefish in the Single Player hub, he'll sometimes comment that he produces less ink than he used to. This explains why Cap'n is so short and skinny compared to the younger Inklings. He doesn't make as much ink, so he doesn't have as much mass as the younger squids.

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* If you talk to Cap'n Cuttlefish in the Single Player hub, he'll sometimes comment that he produces less ink than he used to. This explains why Cap'n is so [[MiniatureSeniorCitizens short and skinny skinny]] compared to the younger Inklings. He doesn't make as much ink, so he doesn't have as much mass as the younger squids.



* During the North American Past vs. Future Splatfest Callie said she wanted to travel to the past to meet humans. It looks like she got her wish for the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxkKUbNnXKE Splatoon Squid Sisters Live 2016 concert.]]
* The Splattershot line of progression (Jr., Normal, Pro) reflects the evolution of water guns during the early to mid 90's, and their specs reflect this. The Jr is based on old squirt guns that squirt low amounts of water per shot and commonly had clear bodies, the Jr has short range and low power but can fire for a long time due to the low ink each shot has. The regular Splattershot is based on the Super Soaker 50, one of the first pressure pump water guns and the standard gun of the line, as such being the JackofAllStats. Finally, the Pro is based on the Super Soaker CPS-2000, one of the most powerful water guns ever made thanks to it's water bladder CPS system, but the same system also made it slow to repump between shots and used up a lot of water in a matter of seconds, thus the Pro has higher damage, but lower fire rate and higher ink consumption.

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* During the North American Past vs. Future Splatfest Splatfest, Callie said she wanted to travel to the past to meet humans. It looks like she got her wish for the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxkKUbNnXKE Splatoon Squid Sisters Live 2016 concert.]]
* The Splattershot line of progression (Jr., Normal, Pro) reflects the evolution of water guns during the early to mid 90's, and their specs reflect this. The Jr is based on old squirt guns that squirt low amounts of water per shot and commonly had clear bodies, and the Jr has short range and low power but can fire for a long time due to the low ink each shot has. The regular Splattershot is based on the Super Soaker 50, one of the first pressure pump water guns and the standard gun of the line, as such being the JackofAllStats. Finally, the Pro is based on the Super Soaker CPS-2000, one of the most powerful water guns ever made thanks to it's its water bladder CPS system, but the same system also made it slow to repump between shots and used up a lot of water in a matter of seconds, thus the Pro has higher damage, but lower fire rate and higher ink consumption.



** Helmets like Armor Helmet Replica have '''Tenacity''', while '''Defence Up''' would seem to make more sense, somebody wearing a helmet would be ''able to be more reckless thanks to the protection'', which would basically be like going into the fray without help. The same can be said for the Gas Mask.

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** Helmets like Armor Helmet Replica have '''Tenacity''', '''Tenacity'''; while '''Defence Up''' would seem to make more sense, somebody wearing a helmet would be ''able ''be able to be more reckless thanks to the protection'', which would basically be like going into the fray without help. The same can be said for the Gas Mask.



** Samurai Helmet has '''Strength Up''', the Samurai Shoes have '''Special Duration Up''' and the Samurai Jacket has '''Special Charge Up'''. All of which involve the use of a weapon and a special weapon. Samurais are known as '''Warriors''' (Main) and '''Protectors''' (Special).

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** Samurai Helmet has '''Strength Up''', the Samurai Shoes have '''Special Duration Up''' Up''', and the Samurai Jacket has '''Special Charge Up'''. All of which involve the use of a weapon and a special weapon. Samurais are known as '''Warriors''' (Main) and '''Protectors''' (Special).



** Octoling Items are Bomb-based and Special-Based: In Japan, bombs are widely considered to be "evil". We have Bomb Range (Goggles) and Ink Saver Sub (Armor) , and one of the Specials is '''a missile''' (Boots). Guess what one of the enemies in the main campaign are.

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** Octoling Items are Bomb-based and Special-Based: In Japan, bombs are widely considered to be "evil". We have Bomb Range (Goggles) and Ink Saver Sub (Armor) , (Armor), and one of the Specials is '''a missile''' (Boots). Guess what one of the enemies in the main campaign are.



** While not the proper boot type, the Blue Moto Boots have '''Ink Resist Up''', boots are often protective from dirty and messy things.

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** While not the proper boot type, the Blue Moto Boots have '''Ink Resist Up''', Up'''; boots are often protective from dirty and messy things.



** The Pilot Goggles have Bomb Range/ Sub Power Up, which makes sense in both cases - Bomb Range because pilots are naturally going to be fighting from a distance, and Sub Power because they need to use weapons tactically (and also because Bomb Range was lumped into Sub Power).

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** The Pilot Goggles have Bomb Range/ Sub Range/Sub Power Up, which makes sense in both cases - Bomb Range because pilots are naturally going to be fighting from a distance, and Sub Power because they need to use weapons tactically (and also because Bomb Range was lumped into Sub Power).



** Ink Me Up is actually a creative why of daring someone to fight. The song is essential called "Come at Me Bro."

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** Ink Me Up is actually a creative why way of daring someone to fight. The song is essential essentially called "Come at Me Bro."



** Marie's solo, Tide Goes Out: Marie makes many comments about the backgrounds of stages, which is often water. Clearly she like water.

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** Marie's solo, Tide Goes Out: Marie makes many comments about the backgrounds of stages, which is often water. Clearly she like likes water.



*** Alternatively, it's name comes from their names. In other words, "Our Spell."

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*** Alternatively, it's its name comes from their names. In other words, "Our Spell."



* [[spoiler: The fossil of a human with a Wii U becomes horrifying the more you think about it. What would've or could've happened to cause the person to become a fossil in the middle of such a casual activity?]]
** [[spoiler: Apparently the end of the world came before the Switch could be released.]]
** [[spoiler: What makes this extra strange is the Wii Remote tied to a Pro Controller. This was recommended by Splatoon's official Tumblr page as a way of allowing the second player to use motion controls in the Battle Dojo. This set-up has never been used for any game other than Splatoon. [[MindScrew Does that mean Splatoon existed within its own universe?]]]]

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* [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The fossil of a human with a Wii U becomes horrifying the more you think about it. What would've or could've happened to cause the person to become a fossil in the middle of such a casual activity?]]
** [[spoiler: Apparently [[spoiler:Apparently the end of the world came before the Switch could be released.]]
** [[spoiler: What [[spoiler:What makes this extra strange is the Wii Remote tied to a Pro Controller. This was recommended by Splatoon's official Tumblr page as a way of allowing the second player to use motion controls in the Battle Dojo. This set-up has never been used for any game other than Splatoon. [[MindScrew Does that mean Splatoon existed within its own universe?]]]]



** [[spoiler:Furthermore, in Hero Mode, after defeating the boss of each Dome, if you stick around before collecting the Zapfish you'll eventually hear some unsettling loud noises. If that was the sound of the Octarian habitat domes collapsing from power loss, then that means that their situation got worse immediately after Captain Cuttlefish sent Agent 3 to reclaim Zapfishes.]]
* When you die in splatoon, you explode into the opposing team's colour ink. Does this mean that the inklings are using each other's blood as ammo?

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** [[spoiler:Furthermore, in Hero Mode, after defeating the boss of each Dome, if you stick around before collecting the Zapfish Zapfish, you'll eventually hear some unsettling loud noises. If that was the sound of the Octarian habitat domes collapsing from power loss, then that means that their situation got worse immediately after Captain Cuttlefish sent Agent 3 to reclaim Zapfishes.]]
* When you die in splatoon, Splatoon, you explode into the opposing team's colour ink. Does this mean that the inklings are using each other's blood as ammo?



** You can see unevolved fish in the water in various stages (Arowana Mall, Bluefin Depot). Not to mention Squids are carnivorous (And Callie and Marie mention eating Catfish Burgers and Hot Dogfish), so it's unlikely they hold his carnivorous tendencies against him.

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** You can see unevolved fish in the water in various stages (Arowana Mall, Bluefin Depot). Not to mention Squids are carnivorous (And (and Callie and Marie mention eating Catfish Burgers and Hot Dogfish), so it's unlikely they hold his carnivorous tendencies against him.



** It might be considered an extremely scary ride in-universe which is why it is compared to roller coasters. There's one of two ways this [[WildMassGuessing could be]] implemented:

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** It might be considered an extremely scary ride in-universe in-universe, which is why it is compared to roller coasters. There's one of two ways this [[WildMassGuessing could be]] implemented:



* The fact inklings dissolve in water makes their world a lot more scary seeming. Realistically inkling should die when they dissolve, though since a Game Over when falling into water doesn't make for a fun game they simply respawn. What must rain and snow do to them? There's also the issue of masses of water being lethal to inkling. The implications they live in Japan, which are a series of islands surrounded by water, only makes it worse.

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* The fact inklings dissolve in water makes their world a lot more scary seeming. Realistically inkling Realistically, inklings should die when they dissolve, though since a Game Over when falling into water doesn't make for a fun game game, they simply respawn. What must rain and snow do to them? There's also the issue of masses of water being lethal to inkling.inklings. The implications they live in Japan, which are a series of islands surrounded by water, only makes it worse.



* Not exactly a 'horror' exactly but mildly off-putting. Apparently at least some other species still eat salted squid. Wouldn't that be a bit creepy to inklings considering they're evolved squids?

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* Not exactly a 'horror' exactly 'horror', but still mildly off-putting. Apparently at least some other species still eat salted squid. Wouldn't that be a bit creepy to inklings inklings. considering they're evolved squids?



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* The names of the Squid Sisters' songs:
** Ink Me Up is actually a creative why of daring someone to fight. The song is essential called "Come at Me Bro."
** City of Color: The Sisters grew up in Calamari County. This is their impression of Inkopolis.
** Marie's solo, Tide Goes Out: Marie makes many comments about the backgrounds of stages, which is often water. Clearly she like water.
*** Maritime Memory may have the same meaning.
** Fresh Start: ''STAY FRESH!''
** Calamari Inkantation has several meanings:
*** They may have named it after Calamari County. In a way, it could be a shout-out to their homeland.
*** It's said the song works as kind of a counter-spell: The name is basically "Squid Spell."
*** Alternatively, it's name comes from their names. In other words, "Our Spell."

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*One of the members of the Chirpy Chips is a flapjack octopus, which may seem weird, considering that Inklings and Octolings are mortal enemies in the first game... until you find out that real flapjack octopi don't produce ink. The band (and Inkling society as a whole) accepted them because they couldn't hurt them!


** Helmets like Armor Helmet Replica have '''Tenacity''', while '''Defense Up''' would seem to make more sense, somebody wearing a helmet would be ''able to be more reckless thanks to the protection'', which would basically be like going into the fray without help. The same can be said for the Gas Mask.

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** Helmets like Armor Helmet Replica have '''Tenacity''', while '''Defense '''Defence Up''' would seem to make more sense, somebody wearing a helmet would be ''able to be more reckless thanks to the protection'', which would basically be like going into the fray without help. The same can be said for the Gas Mask.


** Helmets like Armor Helmet Replica have '''Tenacity''', while '''Defence Up''' would seem to make more sense, somebody wearing a helmet would be ''able to be likely to reckless thanks to the protection'', which would basically be going into the fray without help. The same can be said for the Gas Mask.

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** Helmets like Armor Helmet Replica have '''Tenacity''', while '''Defence '''Defense Up''' would seem to make more sense, somebody wearing a helmet would be ''able to be likely to more reckless thanks to the protection'', which would basically be like going into the fray without help. The same can be said for the Gas Mask.



** Samurai Helmet has '''Strength Up''', the Samurai Shoes have '''Special Duration Up''' and the Samurai Jacket has '''Special Charge Up'''. All of which invovle the use of a weapon and a special weapon. Samurais are known as '''Warriors''' (Main) and '''Protectors''' (Special).

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** Samurai Helmet has '''Strength Up''', the Samurai Shoes have '''Special Duration Up''' and the Samurai Jacket has '''Special Charge Up'''. All of which invovle involve the use of a weapon and a special weapon. Samurais are known as '''Warriors''' (Main) and '''Protectors''' (Special).



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** The Pilot Goggles have Bomb Range/ Sub Power Up, which makes sense in both cases - Bomb Range because pilots are naturally going to be fighting from a distance, and Sub Power because they need to use weapons tactically (and also because Bomb Range was lumped into Sub Power).

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*** But, y’know, if you’re really hungry...

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*** Indeed, WordOfGod has explicitly confirmed that Inklings canonically ''do'' dissolve in water, and yes, precisely ''because'' they're made of ink (specifically, their "skin" is so porous that dunking them in water will cause them to basically "bleed out" due to osmosis).


*** So pretty high on the iffy scale, at least in America.

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*** So pretty high on the iffy scale, at least in America.America.
* Did the ecological disaster that hit the planet completely stop all weather patterns? You'd think that with Inklings dissolving in water, a sudden rainstorm or blizzard would prove horrifying to their society.


* The Splattershot line of progression (Jr., Normal, Pro) Reflects the evolution of water guns during the early to mid 90's, and their specs reflect this. The Jr is based on old squirt guns that squirt low amounts of water per shot and commonly had clear bodies, the Jr has short range and low power but can fire for a long time due to the low ink each shot has. The regular Splattershot is based on the Super Soaker 50, one of the first pressure pump water guns and the standard gun of the line, as such being the JackofAllStats. Finally, the Pro is based on the Super Soaker CPS-2000, one of the most powerful water guns ever made thanks to it's water bladder CPS system, but the same system also made it slow to repump between shots and used up a lot of water in a matter of seconds, thus the Pro has higher damage, but lower fire rate and higher ink consumption.

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* The Splattershot line of progression (Jr., Normal, Pro) Reflects reflects the evolution of water guns during the early to mid 90's, and their specs reflect this. The Jr is based on old squirt guns that squirt low amounts of water per shot and commonly had clear bodies, the Jr has short range and low power but can fire for a long time due to the low ink each shot has. The regular Splattershot is based on the Super Soaker 50, one of the first pressure pump water guns and the standard gun of the line, as such being the JackofAllStats. Finally, the Pro is based on the Super Soaker CPS-2000, one of the most powerful water guns ever made thanks to it's water bladder CPS system, but the same system also made it slow to repump between shots and used up a lot of water in a matter of seconds, thus the Pro has higher damage, but lower fire rate and higher ink consumption.

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* The Splattershot line of progression (Jr., Normal, Pro) Reflects the evolution of water guns during the early to mid 90's, and their specs reflect this. The Jr is based on old squirt guns that squirt low amounts of water per shot and commonly had clear bodies, the Jr has short range and low power but can fire for a long time due to the low ink each shot has. The regular Splattershot is based on the Super Soaker 50, one of the first pressure pump water guns and the standard gun of the line, as such being the JackofAllStats. Finally, the Pro is based on the Super Soaker CPS-2000, one of the most powerful water guns ever made thanks to it's water bladder CPS system, but the same system also made it slow to repump between shots and used up a lot of water in a matter of seconds, thus the Pro has higher damage, but lower fire rate and higher ink consumption.


! FridgeLogic
* So the Sunken Scrolls indicated that inklings are invertebrates, and Marie snarks that Callie can't break a bone if she doesn't have any. How the heck are they able to stand then? (considering people hold their shape primarily because of their bones).
** Most likely [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} a series of ink-filled bladders]].
** Cartilage?
*** Assuming Judd is a normal sized cat, Inklings are even shorter than Hobbits, so that helps.
* Speaking of the scrolls, [[spoiler:it seems as if all land mammals went extinct following the rise in sea levels and were supplanted by marine life, particularly ones that already showed remarkable degrees of intelligence. OK... and birds survived unevolved because they can migrate and adapt a bit easier, fair enough, insects are probably okay as well... but if all this is true, ''where the hell are all the whales?'' Especially since we've seen representatives from basically every other major phyla, save maybe coral? Cetaceans are, in some ways, even more intelligent than cephalopods, so why in the dickens don't they seem to have any representation in the new world?]]
** [[spoiler:This might even be intentional; see Fridge Horror below.]]
** [[spoiler:It's also possible that Nintendo, being a Japanese company, avoided putting any cetaceans into the game because of the continued controversy surrounding Japanese whaling. As Americans are much bigger fans of cetaceans, however, they notice the absence more sharply.]]
** [[spoiler: Whales and the like are also very large creatures who might have a harder time adapting to land-based living due to SquareCubeLaw, so it's possible there are intelligent versions of them around but they live in underwater societies instead of on land so we just haven't seen them.]]
* Instead of stealing the Great Zapfish and other smaller Zapfish, why couldn't the Octarians just ask nicely for spare Zapfish, or a power contract? [[TakeYourTime Inkopolis didn't go black after the Great Zapfish disappeared]], and it isn't treated as a national or citywide emergency by Callie and Marie in their news cast, so there has to be enough spare power sources that they didn't care enough to send a military force, instead they sent Cuttlefish and a random teenager who's an expert at a recreational sport. Also, depending on the interpetation of the credits and the post-credits Octo Valley, [[spoiler:didn't they make peace and weren't the Octarians EasilyForgiven,]] meaning there's space for negotiations?
** Maybe the Octarians tried theft before diplomacy just because Octavio, apparently the Octarian king, is an antisocial jerk?
** I was kind of under the impression that [[CassandraTruth nobody believed Cuttlefish about the Octarians stealing the Zapfish]], or that just for some other reason no one but Cuttlefish and Agents 1-3 knew it was them who stole it. As such, maybe the Octarians stole the Zapfish because they knew it'd get them exactly what they wanted, which might not happen with negotiation, and that they wouldn't face much resistance doing so.
* [[spoiler:If the human race died out completely,]] who's running the Squid Research Lab?
** Perhaps they are actually [[spoiler:time travellers]]? That, or maybe it's because [[MST3KMantra it's a video game about shapeshifting squid kids, and we should really just relax]].
* Inklings can apparently take showers somehow?
** Ink showers, most likely.
* How do Inklings know of dogs when [[spoiler:Judd is apparently the only living land mammal]]?
** That's just an assumption. Nothing in the game says that.
** Not the game itself, but the developers say the Inklings know about [[spoiler:life 12000 years ago]] due to the faxing machine used for Splatfests, which transmits [[spoiler:messages from the present time in the form of radio waves that bounced off of another planet or moon back to Earth.]]
** Then why would anyone pick the Dog side if [[spoiler: Dogs don't even exist anymore?]]
*** Dragons don't exist, yet a Dragon vs something elsewould definitely have people cheering for the dragons.

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! FridgeLogic
* So the Sunken Scrolls indicated that inklings are invertebrates, and Marie snarks that Callie can't break a bone if she doesn't have any. How the heck are they able to stand then? (considering people hold their shape primarily because of their bones).
** Most likely [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} a series of ink-filled bladders]].
** Cartilage?
*** Assuming Judd is a normal sized cat, Inklings are even shorter than Hobbits, so that helps.
* Speaking of the scrolls, [[spoiler:it seems as if all land mammals went extinct following the rise in sea levels and were supplanted by marine life, particularly ones that already showed remarkable degrees of intelligence. OK... and birds survived unevolved because they can migrate and adapt a bit easier, fair enough, insects are probably okay as well... but if all this is true, ''where the hell are all the whales?'' Especially since we've seen representatives from basically every other major phyla, save maybe coral? Cetaceans are, in some ways, even more intelligent than cephalopods, so why in the dickens don't they seem to have any representation in the new world?]]
** [[spoiler:This might even be intentional; see Fridge Horror below.]]
** [[spoiler:It's also possible that Nintendo, being a Japanese company, avoided putting any cetaceans into the game because of the continued controversy surrounding Japanese whaling. As Americans are much bigger fans of cetaceans, however, they notice the absence more sharply.]]
** [[spoiler: Whales and the like are also very large creatures who might have a harder time adapting to land-based living due to SquareCubeLaw, so it's possible there are intelligent versions of them around but they live in underwater societies instead of on land so we just haven't seen them.]]
* Instead of stealing the Great Zapfish and other smaller Zapfish, why couldn't the Octarians just ask nicely for spare Zapfish, or a power contract? [[TakeYourTime Inkopolis didn't go black after the Great Zapfish disappeared]], and it isn't treated as a national or citywide emergency by Callie and Marie in their news cast, so there has to be enough spare power sources that they didn't care enough to send a military force, instead they sent Cuttlefish and a random teenager who's an expert at a recreational sport. Also, depending on the interpetation of the credits and the post-credits Octo Valley, [[spoiler:didn't they make peace and weren't the Octarians EasilyForgiven,]] meaning there's space for negotiations?
** Maybe the Octarians tried theft before diplomacy just because Octavio, apparently the Octarian king, is an antisocial jerk?
** I was kind of under the impression that [[CassandraTruth nobody believed Cuttlefish about the Octarians stealing the Zapfish]], or that just for some other reason no one but Cuttlefish and Agents 1-3 knew it was them who stole it. As such, maybe the Octarians stole the Zapfish because they knew it'd get them exactly what they wanted, which might not happen with negotiation, and that they wouldn't face much resistance doing so.
* [[spoiler:If the human race died out completely,]] who's running the Squid Research Lab?
** Perhaps they are actually [[spoiler:time travellers]]? That, or maybe it's because [[MST3KMantra it's a video game about shapeshifting squid kids, and we should really just relax]].
* Inklings can apparently take showers somehow?
** Ink showers, most likely.
* How do Inklings know of dogs when [[spoiler:Judd is apparently the only living land mammal]]?
** That's just an assumption. Nothing in the game says that.
** Not the game itself, but the developers say the Inklings know about [[spoiler:life 12000 years ago]] due to the faxing machine used for Splatfests, which transmits [[spoiler:messages from the present time in the form of radio waves that bounced off of another planet or moon back to Earth.]]
** Then why would anyone pick the Dog side if [[spoiler: Dogs don't even exist anymore?]]
*** Dragons don't exist, yet a Dragon vs something elsewould definitely have people cheering for the dragons.
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