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“ Not me... „
Squid Ink Cookie (Korean: 오징어먹물맛 쿠키, ojingeo-meokmul-mat kuki) is an Epic Cookie released alongside Sorbet Shark Cookie in the first part of the Soda Island Outlaws update (version 1.8.002). They are of the Magic type and their position is prioritized to the Middle.
Besides appearing as the Giant Squid of the Deep Sea, they themself do not appear in any Story.
"Squid Ink Cookie came out of the oven not even a little bit crispy. Maybe that's because of all the viscous ink inside! The Cookie was found floating along the seashore, all weak and confused. There is a theory that this Cookie is the legendary treasure-eating sea monster that attacked treasure ships, hungry for more gold. But Squid Ink Cookie can't remember anything of that and spends all the time oozing blackish inky tears."
|"This stone holds a piece of Squid Ink Cookie's soul. You can't help but notice a faint sob from it."|
|Squid Ink Cookie's Soulstones can be acquired in World Exploration Dark Mode Stages 12-21 and 14-24.|
Squid Ink Cookie is a small Cookie rendered in an inky black. They have eight tentacles with pale lavender undersides which function as their arms and legs. Their eyes are a morose turquoise and eternally stream sticky tears. The Cookie's mouth is cerulean and gaping—enough to render them constantly drooling.
Squid Ink Cookie's "hair" is composed of the same tentacles as those on their body and resemble a chin-length bob haircut. They wear no clothing other than a striped, mint green scarf around their neck.
This Cookie as a whole appears to be made of a type of semisolid fluid matter, as their body is constantly dripping upwards and away from itself.
- According to their loading screen trivia, "Squid Ink Cookie is sobbing, even in their sleep."
- Subsequent game updates removed "their" from this line.
- Squid Ink Cookie's internal name is "cookie0124".
- Squid Ink Cookie's affinity for sheltering in pots likely draws inspiration from octopus pot fishing traps.
- Similarly, octopus pot disease, in which the heart enlarges and distorts due to stress or being "broken", perhaps could relate to Squid Ink Cookie's constant sorrow.
- Squid Ink Cookie's April Fools 2022 sprite (titled in-game as "F'lur'b Pl'orkk Blor'phg") is a reference to the "Lovecraftian" eldritch horrors of H.P. Lovecraft's literature, such as Cthulhu introduced in The Call of Cthulhu. The name F'lur'b Pl'orkk Blor'phg emulates the style of the names of characters falling under the Lovecraftian distinction.
- Squid Ink Cookie's English voice actress, Courtney Lin, is best known for voicing Trish from Triangle Strategy, Lanzhu Zhong from Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club, Tine as seen in Fire Emblem Heroes, and Neon Violet from Neon White.
- Courtney Lin's name is misspelled as "Courteney Lin" in-game when checking Squid Ink Cookie's description.
- Squid Ink Cookie's Japanese voice actress, Shindō Kei, is best known for voicing Lillie in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon and Kyoka Jiro from My Hero Academia.
- Squid Ink Cookie's Korean voice actress, Jang Ye-na, is best known for voicing Hawk in the Korean dub of The Seven Deadly Sins.
- Squid Ink Cookie's Taiwanese voice actress, Zeng Yunfan, is best known for voicing Tae Shimura from Gin Tama, Mikasa Ackerman from Attack on Titan, Conan Edogawa from Case Closed since 2020 , and Mirabel Madrigal from Encanto.
- Zeng Yunfan also provides the voice of Beet Cookie.
- Squid Ink Cookie's German and French voice actresses, Nadine Schreier and Karl-Line Heller, also both provide the voice of Angel Cookie.
- Squid Ink Cookie's French voice actress, Karl-Line Heller, also voices Custard Cookie III.