Spark (Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope)

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Spark
Artwork of a yellow Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Artwork of Starburst from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Variant of Luma
Rabbid

Sparks (originally dubbed Rabbid Lumas by Beep-0 before the heroes decided on their final name) are a hybrid species of Lumas and Rabbids that appear in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. They resemble Lumas, but with a Rabbid's face and ears. They come in a variety of colors and designs, with some being larger than others, and each has their own power. During the game's story, Cursa sends its army to capture the Sparks in order to absorb their energy, and Mario and his team set out to rescue them. After rescuing a Spark, the team can use its power to attack enemies in battle. Star Bits can be used to level up the Sparks, which improves their effects. The heroes must reach level 9 for the Sparks to reach Level 3, heroes level 15 for Sparks level 4, and heroes level 21 for Sparks level 5, which is their maximum level. Up to 30 different Sparks can be recruited in the game, although Decibel, Twinkle, and Drizzle are not counted.

Variations[edit]

Spark Description Location How to unlock
Artwork of a yellow Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Starburst
A yellow Spark that can increase the attack strength of nearby teammates with its ability Turbocharge, in a similar way to the M-Power technique used by Mario in the previous game. Darkmess Manta At the start of the Headlong into the Unknown battle.
Artwork of a blue Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Reflector
A plump, blue Spark that uses a mirror-like object. It has the ability to reflect some damage back at enemies. Beacon Beach Arrive at Beacon Beach.
A screenshot of Pyrostar from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.
Pyrostar
A red-orange, fire-based Spark. Its ability charges all weapon-based attacks with the Burn Super Effect, making them deal extra damage. Beacon Beach Clear Crossing the Battleground battle.
Exosphere from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Exosphere
A plump, black Spark with three shields behind it. Using its ability Fortify, it can increase the defense of nearby teammates, causing them to take less damage. Beacon Beach At the start of Driven to the Edge battle.
A cream-colored Spark in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Twinkle
A cream-colored Spark that resembles Baby Luma also referred to as the "Spark of Light". Mario and his team meet Twinkle on Beacon Beach before it is captured by Darkmess. It gives Beep-0 the Scan Power, which allows him to reveal invisible objects. Beacon Beach / Palette Prime Enter the Spellbound Woods or the secret passage under Woodrow's house in Palette Prime.
Artwork of a water Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Aquanox
A turquoise Spark made of water that possesses water powers. Its ability, Splash Attack, inflicts the Splash Super Effect, which is similar to Bounce from the previous game. Beacon Beach Clear Light Your Fire battle.
Toxiquake from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Toxiquake
A plump, green Spark with green slime dripping from the bottom half of its body. It can use an ability known as Shockwave Ooze that poisons nearby enemies with the Ooze Super Effect. Beacon Beach Clear A Light in the Darkmess battle.
Electrodash from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Electrodash
A yellow Spark that rides a grey leaf. Its ability is Shock Dash, which inflicts the user's dash with the Shock Super Effect. Beacon Beach Clear From Bad to Worse Spark quest.
Aquadash from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Aquadash
A blue Spark that rides a leaf. Its ability is Splash Dash, which inflicts the user's dash with the Splash Super Effect. Beacon Beach Clear Cheep Beats and Bleepstreets Spark quest.
Screech from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Screech
A white Spark that wields a megaphone. Its ability is Whoopsgottago, which repels enemies from the user's position similar to Rabbid Yoshi's Scaredy Rabbid technique. Beacon Beach Clear Beacon Beach Secret Zone.
Decibel
Decibel
A magenta Spark. It gives Beep-0 the Wave Power. Pristine Peaks Shake a tree near the WM ARC.
Cryobolide in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Cryobolide
An ice Spark. Its ability charges all weapon-based attacks with the Frostbite Super Effect. Pristine Peaks Clear Freeze in Your Tracks battle.
A blue Spark
Ethering
A light-blue Spark with a blue, fiery aura surrounding it. Its ability is Unseen, which makes the user invisible for one or two turns. Pristine Peaks Clear Wolf at the Door battle.
Electroid from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Electroid
A yellow Spark with electrical powers. Its ability charges all weapon-based attacks with the Shock Super Effect. Pristine Peaks Clear Icy Breath of Winter battle.
A red Spark
Pyrogeddon
A red Spark with pyrokinetic powers that rides a fiery cloud, possibly in reference to Sun Wukong (also known as the Monkey King), a character from the 16th-century Chinese novel Journey to the West who was known for riding on a cloud. Its ability, Skyrain Burn, rains a meteor storm on enemies, inflicting the Burn Super Effect. Pristine Peaks Clear A Cold Greeting battle.
Zephystar
Zephystar
A purple Spark. Its ability charges all weapon-based attacks with the Gust Super Effect. Pristine Peaks Clear Dr. Vent's Frozen Oddity Spark quest.
Regenesis in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Regenesis
A magenta Spark levitated by a balloon. Its ability is Regen, which restores 30% of a character's maximum HP at the start of their next two turns. Pristine Peaks Clear Hide N' Squeak Spark quest.
Artwork of a purple Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Vampdash
A purple Spark that rides a purple leaf. It inflicts the user's dash with the Lifesteal Super Effect, making the damage they take heal the attacker. Pristine Peaks Clear Pristine Peaks Secret Zone.
Artwork of a disco-ball Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Glitter
A shiny Spark that resembles a disco ball. Using its ability Gather 'Round, it can attract nearby enemies toward itself in a similar way to the Magnet Dance and Magnet Groove techniques used by Rabbid Mario and Donkey Kong in the previous game respectively. Palette Prime Clear A Bridge Too Fear battle.
Zephyrquake from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Zephyrquake
A plump, purple Spark. Its ability is Shockwave Gust, which creates three shockwaves that inflict the Gust Super Effect. Palette Prime Clear A Ghostly Sunset battle.
Electrogeddon in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Electrogeddon
A yellow, lightning-based Spark that rides a lightning cloud. Its ability is Skyrain Shock, which inflicts the Shock Super Effect. Palette Prime Clear Roots of Corruption battle.
Vampastra from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Vampastra
A purple Spark. Its ability is Vamp Attack, which inflicts all weapon-based attacks with the Lifesteal Super Effect. Palette Prime Clear Bury the Hatchet Spark quest.
Zephyrdash from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Zephyrdash
A purple Spark that rides a leaf. Its ability is Gust Dash, which inflicts the user's dash with the Gust Super Effect. Palette Prime Clear A Dryad's Dream Spark quest.
Wildclaw Master from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Wildclaw Master
A blue Spark that sports a leash. Its ability is Summon Wildclaw, which can summon a Wildclaw ally. Palette Prime Clear Palette Prime Secret Zone.
Drizzle from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Drizzle
A green Spark. It upgrades Beep-0's Wave Power to interact with foliage throughout Terra Flora. Terra Flora Meet Bea in Everbloom Tree.
Aquaquake in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Aquaquake
A plump, cyan Spark. Its ability is Shockwave Splash, which creates three shockwaves that inflict the Splash Super Effect. Terra Flora Clear Ooze Inside the Everbloom battle.
A screenshot of Pulser from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.
Pulser
A thin, quadrupedal, cream-colored Spark with a heart behind it. Its ability is Revive, which revives nearby fallen characters with 30% of their maximum HP. Terra Flora Clear Spout Forth battle.
Toxicomet from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Toxicomet
A green Spark. Its ability is Ooze Attack, which inflicts all weapon-based attacks with the Ooze Super Effect. Terra Flora Clear The Quest for Courage Spark quest.
Oozer Master from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Oozer Master
A white Spark that sports a leash. Its ability is Summon Oozer, which can summon a Oozer ally. Terra Flora Clear Sullivan's Despair Spark quest.
A screenshot of an ice Spark from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.
Cryogeddon
A cyan Spark with ice powers that rides a platform made of ice. Its ability, Skyrain Frostbite, rains an ice storm on enemies. Terra Flora Clear Terra Flora Secret Zone.
Gargantu-Fan from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Gargantu-fan
A white Spark that sports a flag. Its ability, Kong Cameo, summons Rabbid Kong to send a wave in all directions. Barrendale Mesa Clear Magikoopa Mayhem battle.
Scoper Master from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Scoper Master
A grey Spark that sports a cape. Its ability is Summon Scoper, which can summon a Scoper ally. Barrendale Mesa Clear Tortured Artist Spark quest.
Squashette Master from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Squashette Master
A cyan Spark that sports a leash and a dress. Its ability is Summon Squashette, which can summon a Squashette ally. Barrendale Mesa Clear Barrendale Mesa Secret Zone.

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Memory bio[edit]

MYSTERY OF THE SPARKS
Image for Mystery Of The Sparks Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

After an exhaustive analysis of our brave Spark allies, I can confirm that they are what they appear to be - a fusion of Luma and Rabbid. The Sparks' memories as to how exactly this came to be are lost to them, yet two instincts remain - their affection to their "mama" - Rosalina - and their deep fear of Cursa, who pursues them relentlessly throughout the galaxy in hopes of seizing their tremendous power for itself.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スパークス[1]
Supākusu
Sparks
Chinese (Simplified) 星耀[2]
Xīngyào
Starshine
Chinese (Traditional) 星可[3]
Xīngkě
Portmanteau of「星」(xīng, star) and「奇可」(Qíkě, Luma)
French Spark -
Korean 스파키
Seupaki
Sparky
Spanish Spark -

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