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Inklings and Octolings are cephalopods, as in multi-limbed aquatic invertebrates.

Yet they drown.

How the hell do squids and octopie drown in what was once their natural habitat?!!



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All terrestrial life was once marine, including humans, yet we can drown.



curl-6 said:

All terrestrial life was once marine, including humans, yet we can drown.

I just heard that Nintendo came out and said Inkling and Octoling skin is too thin for the water after they evolved to transform.

Still ridiculous for Splatoon though.



CaptainExplosion said:
curl-6 said:

All terrestrial life was once marine, including humans, yet we can drown.

I just heard that Nintendo came out and said Inkling and Octoling skin is too thin for the water after they evolved to transform.

Still ridiculous for Splatoon though.

Any more ridiculous than squids that turn into kids?



curl-6 said:
CaptainExplosion said:

I just heard that Nintendo came out and said Inkling and Octoling skin is too thin for the water after they evolved to transform.

Still ridiculous for Splatoon though.

Any more ridiculous than squids that turn into kids?

Clearly not, lol



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how do humans drown if we evolved from fish?



Bristow9091 said:
curl-6 said:

Any more ridiculous than squids that turn into kids?

Clearly not, lol

Well wouldn't they at least have something too keep them from dissipating in the water?



CaptainExplosion said:
Bristow9091 said:

Clearly not, lol

Well wouldn't they at least have something too keep them from dissipating in the water?

They've got to have more weaknesses than just getting paint on them I guess



It's a Nintendo multiplayer game. Don't think it really matters lol. They could be the Gods of the Universe for all anyone cares.



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I was thinking the same thing.

They should be able to swimming in the sea.