|First Appearance||Splatoon (2015)|
There's a bigger variation called the Octostriker, which deploys Inkstrikes when they see an Inkling from their UFOs.
Octobombers are suggested to be subspecies of Octocopters, but looks completely different. Unlike most of their Octarian brethren, Octobombers are colored a dull orange instead of red, are rather bulky, and most remarkably, have at least five tentacles, with two acting as arms. They have a small face with small green eyes and large purple eye bags. Their lips are pink and purple.
Like Octocopters, they wear a metal helmet with a propeller and a large nozzle, for floating and deploying bombs, respectively.
Names in other languages
|Italian||Polpottero bombardiere||Polpo (octopus) and Elicottero (Helicopter) Bomber|
|Splatoon 2: Inkvasion | Splatoon X | Splatoon: Artistic Onslaught | Spla2n | Splatoon: Ink Wars | Splatoon: Code Angkor | Splatoon: Event Inkdown | Splatoon: L.A.N.O.X|
|Species||Inkling | Octarian | Jellyfish | Zapfish | Salmonid|
|Protagonists and Allies||Agent 3 | Agent 4 | Judd | Li'l Judd | Cap'n Cuttlefish | Squid Sisters (Callie | Marie) | Annie and Moe | Jelonzo | Crusty Sean | Sheldon | Spyke | Great Zapfish | Murch | Diana | Nathan|
|Antagonists and Enemies||DJ Octavio | Octoling (Elite Octoling) | Octotrooper (Shielded Octotrooper | Octodiver) | Twintacle Octotrooper | Octoball | Octocopter | Octobomber | Octostriker | Octosniper | Octostamp | Octopod | Squee-G | Flooder|