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Alkementor in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Species Rabbid
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Portrayed by Farahnaz Nikray (Japanese)
“Living on a live volcano is surprisingly dull - USUALLY. Yet now I am banished from my workshop by dark magic!”
Alkementor, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Alkementor is a minor NPC in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope residing in Mt. Spout on Terra Flora. He is a robed Druid Rabbid who mostly has his eyes closed, and wields a staff. His name is a portmanteau of "alchemy" and "mentor". Whenever Alkementor talks, his voice echoes. He is very skilled in potions, and is very wise. The platform that he is on turns to make him change direction.


Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope[edit]

After the heroes clear the Darkmess Tentacles on Terra Flora, they can find Alkementor inside Mt. Spout. Alkementor has a side quest named The Quest for Courage, where Alkementor must create a courage potion for the Spark Toxicomet. However, a Darkmess Puddle is seen where Alkementor's cauldron is, and the heroes must clear it in a battle, known as Darkmess in the Cauldron.

After the battle, Alkementor tasks the heroes on making the courage potion for Toxicomet. The heroes succeed, and Toxicomet dives into the potion, and becomes brave. Toxicomet then joins the heroes on their adventure, while JEANIE notes that the potion's chemical composition is identical to blackberry mineral water.

Alkementor makes a small cameo appearance in the Rayman in the Phantom Show DLC. He has a side quest known as Cooking with Alkementor, in which the heroes must find all three colored stones and throw them into the cauldron.



Memory bio[edit]

Image for Alkementor Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

We met the last of the Druids on Terra Flora, heir to all their research and knowledge gained from Mount Spout's mysterious mineral spring water! The Druids of old had reputations as makers of powerful potions, yet this one seems more inclined to fuse spring water with delicious fruit combinations. Whether it is to fund more important work or to prove that zero calories doesn't mean "zero taste", I cannot know.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レンキンス
Possibly from a partial corruption of「錬金術」(renkinjutsu, alchemy)

Italian Alchemio
Masculine form of "alchimia" (alchemy)
Portuguese (NOA) Merlinus
Derived from "Merlin"
Spanish Alkeméntor


  • There is an error in one of Alkementor's sentences, which reads, "Yet now I am banished from from my workshop by dark magic!" with the word "from" repeated.