The Last Spark Hunter

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The Last Spark Hunter
Artwork for the release of The Last Spark Hunter DLC for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.
Key artwork for The Last Spark Hunter
Game Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Platform(s) Nintendo Switch
Pricing USA US$29.99
Mexico MX$599.00
Brazil R$149,99
UK £7.00
Europe €29,99
Australia AU$39.95
NZ NZ$39.95
Release date USA June 21, 2023
Mexico June 21, 2023
Brazil June 21, 2023
Europe June 21, 2023
Australia June 21, 2023
Language(s) English (United States)
French (France)
German
Spanish (Spain)
Italian
Dutch
Portuguese (Brazil)
Content Campaign set in the Melodic Gardens between Barrendale Mesa and Cursa's stronghold
Related The Tower of Doooom
Rayman in the Phantom Show
Beep-0 Beep-0 icon, I have double and triple-checked the signal. Melodic Gardens have gone completely silent.”
JEANIE, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

The Last Spark Hunter is the second DLC of Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, released during the Nintendo Direct on June 21, 2023 (PST).

In this DLC, taking place after the heroes leave Barrendale Mesa but before they arrive at Cursa's stronghold, the heroes travel to the Melodic Gardens after noticing that it has gone silent. While exploring the planet, they save the Rabbid musicians from a Darkmess Puddle and ally with warden Allegra to help restore the Melodic Gardens. They all eventually stumble upon Kanya, a former sub-leader of the Spark Hunters after Edge's rebellion against Cursa. She plans to usurp Cursa and the galaxy herself by creating an army Mecha King Bob-ombs to do so. After defeating a prototype, the heroes travel via boat across a Swamp and Flooded Ruins to rescue musical organisms known as Melospheres to open up a gate in the Swamp, leading to Allegra's Dorrie friend. Together, they all unite to defeat Kanya as well as her Mecha King Bob-omb, saving and restoring the Melodic Gardens.

Plot[edit]

A strange signal[edit]

Beep-0 Beep-0 icon, I have double and triple-checked the signal. The Melodic Gardens have gone completely silent.”
JEANIE, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

On the way to Cursa's stronghold after leaving Barrendale Mesa, Beep-0 casually suggests that the open channel broadcast on the radio should be changed to the Melodic Gardens. As the WM ARC is traveling to Cursa's stronghold, it will get close enough to the Melodic Gardens for its biophonies to be heard to the group. JEANIE then checks a signal from the planet, revealing that the Melodic Gardens have gone silent, due to Darkmess activity. In a last minute decision, the heroes change course and head to the Melodic Gardens to see what is wrong, much to the sadness of Rabbid Rosalina, who wants to save her idol.

The Melodic Gardens out of balance[edit]

Beep-0 Beep-0 icon, the air density here on the Melodic Gardens Icon of the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope has been drastically altered! Until it has been returned to normal, our ship will be unable to achieve the thrust necessary to escape its atmosphere!”
JEANIE, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

The group makes a landing on the Melodic Gardens, but JEANIE senses that the planet is out of balance; the atmosphere and air density have been drastically altered, preventing the WM ARC from leaving the planet as well as preventing the heroes of escaping. With no path to move but forward, the group head to the Music Jungle, but a Darkmess Puddle blocks the way. The heroes clear out said puddle in a battle, rescuing the Spark Berserk in the process. At the entrance, Beep-0 expresses his surprise at how the Melodic Gardens are silent, while JEANIE tries to talk about a way to restore the harmony by using math, upsetting Beep-0. The heroes proceed to enter the Music Jungle.

Exploring the Music Jungle[edit]

“I wouldn't have thought ANYTHING could completely silence the Melodic Gardens Icon of the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope - even Darkmess.”
Beep-0, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Inside the Music Jungle, the heroes make their way to the Concert Pond, using Beep-0's abilities to get past obstacles in the way. Unbeknownst to the group, Allegra carefully and cautiously watches the heroes from high up above. Mario stops after hearing a sound, but brushes off any distractions and continues with the others. The heroes then reach to the entrance of the Concert Pond.

Saving the Rabbid Musicians[edit]

Allegra reveals herself to the heroes after they save the Rabbid Musicians in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Allegra reveals herself to the heroes after they have rescued the Rabbid Musicians.
Beep-0: This is the Concert Pond - I recognize it from the many pictures I've seen. It is - or was - the very heart of the planet.
JEANIE: Beep-0 Beep-0 icon, I am detecting several Rabbid life forms within that Darkmess Puddle Darkmess Puddle icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope!
Beep-0: That must be the Melodic Gardens' award-winning musicians trapped inside! Hurry!”
Beep-0 and JEANIE, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Upon entering, the group is surprised to see a large Darkmess Puddle in the middle of the Concert Pond. JEANIE senses Rabbid life forms trapped inside, which Beep-0 realizes that they are the award winning Rabbid Musicians of the Melodic Gardens. The heroes rescue all of them in a battle to cleanse the puddle, saving the Spark Vampgeddon in the process. After the battle is over, the Rabbid Musicians cheer for the heroes for their bravery, but Allegra jumps down to the heroes and cuts the celebration short. She then greets the group, with Mario lowering his hat for her. Allegra then introduces herself, explaining to them that someone is causing chaos in the Melodic Gardens, as well as terrorizing the Sparks and forcing Allegra's friend into hiding. Edge is in disbelief, thinking that what Allegra is describing sounds exactly like a Spark Hunter, and claims that all of them have been defeated. Allegra then encourages the heroes to follow after her to find her friend.

Kanya introduces herself[edit]

“I'M NO PUPPET OF CURSA'S Cursa icon! I'VE GOT MY OWN PLANS FOR THOSE SPARKS, AND CURSA ISN'T A PART OF IT!”
Kanya, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

As the group follow Allegra to her friend, they all stumble upon Kanya, a former servant of Cursa meant to lead the Spark Hunters after Edge's betrayal, but instead fled to the Melodic Gardens to secretly plot a plan to overthrow Cursa and rule the galaxy herself. Kanya tells the heroes that she knows all about them, and lashes out at them when they mention the Spark Hunters and Cursa. She also tells Allegra that it might be "too late" for her pet, causing Allegra to run of apologetically in fear of her friend being in danger. Kanya then unleashes the Proto Mecha King Bob-omb on the heroes, which is destroyed by them in a battle. The Spark Electroquake is also rescued in the battle. Kanya then applauds the heroes for their actions, and playfully leaves, confusing everyone and especially, Beep-0 and JEANIE. The group then decide to find Allegra.

The quest to find Allegra[edit]

JEANIE: I am detecting TWO lifeforms beyond this gate - one significantly larger than the other.
Beep-0: It must be Allegra Icon of Allegra in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and a very large friend... or I suppose, Allegra and a very tiny friend. Let's just hope they're unharmed.”
JEANIE and Beep-0, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

While trying to follow after Allegra after she ran off, the heroes find a Swamp, in which the path is flooded. JEANIE then points out a boat left behind by Kanya's minions, which they all use to track down Allegra. They all eventually come across a large gate, which JEANIE detects two lifeforms behind it: one being Allegra, and the other being her friend. One of them is much larger than the other. JEANIE also mentions the symbols on the gate, with them resembling the Sweeping Tree and the Melospheres. She also explains that the Sweeping Tree has a symbiotic relationship with the Melospheres, meaning that if all of them are united at the base of the tree, the gate will open up. The heroes then travel to the Flooded Ruins, as to that is where the Sweeping Tree and Melospheres are located.

Saving the Melospheres[edit]

Beep-0: HEY. Okay, who called it? Who said "Darkmess Puddle Darkmess Puddle icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope"?
Rabbid Luigi: Rabbid Mario Rabbid Mario icon has to do my laundry for a month!
Beep-0: Sigh! It's always SOMETHING isn't it? Never easy. Alright, let's go!”
Beep-0 and Rabbid Luigi, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Upon arriving at the Flooded Ruins, the group discovers that all of the Melospheres are imprisoned in separate cages, and must be freed. After the heroes free all three Melospheres, they fly to the Sweeping Tree, only for a Darkmess Puddle to suddenly appear and trap them. The heroes must then free the Melospheres in a battle. After the battle, the Melospheres unite at the Sweeping Tree, causing said tree to gleam with bright light, opening the Swamp gate. Beep-0 then rallies the heroes together to get to Allegra and her friend as quickly as they can.

The Mecha King Bob-omb[edit]

Kanya controlling Mecha King Bob-omb in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Kanya inside of her Mecha King Bob-omb, ready to battle the heroes.
“BY THE TIME I'M DONE WITH THIS PLANET, THE ONLY "SYMPHONY" YOU'LL HEAR WILL BE ONE OF CHAINSAWS AND FACTORY FORGES! After that, the Galaxy will be mine! No wardens, no Cursa Cursa icon - just ME. The last Spark Hunter to TRULY think for themselves.”
Kanya, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Now past the Swamp gate, the heroes reunite with Allegra, who is sad that her friend, a Dorrie, is imprisoned in a cage. Kanya then shows up inside of her Mecha King Bob-omb, revealing to the heroes that she has made improvements to it based on the field testing done on her prototype. The heroes then battle against Kanya inside of her Mecha King Bob-omb, but must free the Dorrie from its cage before they can destroy the mech.

Friends reunited[edit]

The heroes manage to free the Dorrie, reuniting it and Allegra together. They then rush to the heroes' aid to help defeat Kanya. The heroes, Allegra and the Dorrie all unite together to destroy the Mecha King Bob-omb for good, causing it malfunction and spring off into outer space with Kanya still inside, defeating them both for good.

Harmony restored[edit]

The ending of the The Last Spark Hunter DLC in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Everyone celebrates now that the Melodic Gardens have returned to normal.
“On behalf of the Melodic Gardens Icon of the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, I offer my heartfelt gratitude for saving my friend and ridding us of our "dark shadow".”
Allegra, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.

Back at the Concert Pond, Allegra thanks the heroes for their heroic accomplishments, and wishes them good luck on their way to defeat Cursa. JEANIE mentions that the air density is back to normal, allowing the WM ARC to leave the Melodic Gardens. Allegra also tells JEANIE that the purest harmony is derived from a balance of both form and feeling, as she has heard her and Beep-0's disagreement in the Music Jungle. She then shows the heroes a biophony of her own, causing everyone to celebrate. Before the credits start, Rabbid Peach dances with Mario.

Gameplay[edit]

The heroes start at level 30 and can reach to level 40. All of the Sparks from the main game are available right from the start, at level 4. All heroes are also available, starting with 29 Skill Prisms with their Skill Trees automatically filled in, but the player can choose their upgrades if they want to. Up to 40 Skill Prisms can be obtained, with 10 of them earned by leveling up, plus an additional one for clearing Madame Bwahstrella's Melodic Gateway challenge. Additionally, the Spark branch is already unlocked for all heroes as well.

In order to reach 100% completion for the DLC, the following requirements must be met:

Locations explored[edit]

Quests[edit]

Main Quests[edit]

  • Harmony Disruption, a Main Quest in which the heroes must save the Concert Pond from a Darkmess Puddle
    • The March of the Golems, a battle in which the heroes must reach the Area. Golems are introduced in this battle, and Berserk joins the heroes opponent completion
    • Missing Musicians, a battle in which all of the Rabbid Musicians must be rescued. Fieldbreakers are introduced here, and Vampgeddon joins the heroes upon completion
  • A Friend In Need, a Main Quest in which the heroes must save the Melodic Gardens from Kanya
    • Embuscade!, a boss battle against the Proto Mecha King Bob-omb. Electroquake joins the heroes after winning
    • Melosphere Melodrama, a battle where the heroes must rescue and bring all three Melospheres to their nest
    • The Mecha King Bob-omb, a two part battle. In part one the heroes must free the Dorrie; in part two the heroes must defeat the Mecha King Bob-omb

Side Quests[edit]

Name Description Location
An example of the Darkmess in the Jungle battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Darkmess in the Jungle
A Darkmess Puddle battle in which the heroes have to destroy all of the Darkmess Eyes. In the Music Jungle, in an area only reachable by revealing a hidden bridge by using Beep-0's Scan Power.
The Blue Coin Challenge in the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Blue Coin Challenge
A challenge inside of a blue pipe. The heroes must collect a series of Blue Coins after pressing the P Switch, while under a time limit. In the Concert Pond.
The A Two-Pipe Puzzle side Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
A Two-Pipe Puzzle
A hidden Quest in which the heroes must solve a puzzle by using two different pipes. In the Swamp, through a side path.
The Red Coin Challenge in the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Red Coin Challenge
A challenge in which the heroes must collect eight Red Coins after going through a Red Ring, while under a time limit. In the Flooded Ruins, on the water.
The Green Coin Challenge in the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Green Coin Challenge
A challenge in which the heroes must collect all five groups of Green Coins after going through a Green Ring, while under a time limit. In the Flooded Ruins, on the water.
An example of the Toad's Cacophony battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Toad's Cacophony
A Darkmess Puddle battle in which the heroes must travel across a large battlefield to reach the Area. In the Flooded Ruins, on the southwest island.
An example of the On the Road Back to the Jungle battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
On the Road Back to the Jungle
A Darkmess Puddle battle in which the heroes must traverse across a large battlefield to reach the Area. In the Swamp, to the left of the Giant gate.
The Jingle Jungle side Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Jingle Jungle
A hidden Quest in which the heroes must use Beep-0's Wave Power to move Giant blocks and activate a button. The heroes must open a treasure chest to complete the Quest. In the Music Jungle, through an area only accessible from the Swamp. The "On the Road Back to the Jungle" Quest blocks the path to this Quest.
Edge and Bowser about to enter the The Warrior and the Beast battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
The Warrior and the Beast
A Darkmess Puddle battle in which Edge and Bowser must defeat all of the Tidal Golems to win. Completion of this Quest awards the "Ripple Flying Blade" Weapon Skin for Edge. In the Music Jungle, past the Teleport Flag
An example of the Darkmess on the Beach battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Darkmess on the Beach
A Darkmess Puddle battle in which the heroes must survive for six turns against appearing enemies. In the Flooded Ruins, on an island only reachable by a cannon.
The Rabbid who has the Fieldbreaker Hunt side Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Fieldbreaker Hunt
An Enemy Hunt Quest in which the heroes must defeat three roaming Fieldbreakers. In the Swamp, in an area only reachable by using Beep-0's Scan Power to reveal a hidden bridge.
The Marimba Madness side Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Marimba Madness
A Quest in which the heroes must find and return three pieces of a marimba. In the Flooded Ruins, on the southeastern island, close to Madame Bwahstrella's location.
Madame Bwahstrella in the Melodic Gardens in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Melodic Gateway
Madame Bwahstrella's Gateway Challenge for the Melodic Gardens. The heroes must defeat all of the enemies to win the battle. Completion of the Quest awards the heroes with a Skill Prism. In the Flooded Ruins, on the southeastern island.
The Riddle of the Melodic Gardens side Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Riddle of the Melodic Gardens
Professor Backpack's riddle for the planet. The heroes must move three blocks to their correct tiles on a 4x4 grid. There are clues to the riddle found throughout the Flooded Ruins. Completion of this Quest awards the heroes a Star Potion. In the Flooded Ruins, on the island right next to the "Coup in Kanya's HQ" Spark Quest.
The Rabbid who has the Golem Hunt side Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Golem Hunt
An Enemy Hunt Quest in which the heroes must defeat three Golems in battle. In the Flooded Ruins, on the same island in which the "Surviving the Outcasts" Quest is.
An example of the Surviving the Outcasts battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Surviving the Outcasts
A battle against a level 40 Bob-omb. In this battle the heroes must survive for six turns against appearing enemies. Completion of this Quest allows access to a treasure chest contains the "Ripple Bowzooka" Weapon Skin for Bowser. In the Flooded Ruins, on the same island where the "Golem Hunt" side Quest is.
An example of the Labyrinthine Darkmess battle in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Labyrinthine Darkmess
A Darkmess Puddle battle in which the heroes must defeat all of the enemies to win. This Quest is not marked on the map. In the Flooded Ruins, in the area where blocks rise and fall. It is located on an isolated cliff, only reachable by using Beep-0's Scan Power to reveal a hidden bridge to it.

Spark Quests[edit]

Name Description Location Spark
The treasure chest in the Treasure Hunter Spark Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Treasure Hunter
A Quest where the heroes must open a locked treasure chest, based on the pirate riddle read by Mayhem. In the Flooded Ruins, on the central island. Artwork of Mayhem from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Mayhem
The Spark Cryodash trapped in a Darkmess Puddle in the Coup in Kanya's HQ Spark Quest in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Coup in Kanya's HQ
A Quest in which the heroes must rescue Cryodash from a Darkmess Puddle in Kanya's HQ. In the Flooded Ruins, at the northeastern island, where Kanya's HQ is. Screenshot of the Spark Cryodash
Cryodash

New characters[edit]

Below is a chart of all of the characters exclusive to The Last Spark Hunter DLC, as well as the Melodic Gardens.

Name Description
Allegra happy after Kanya's defeat in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Allegra
The warden of the Melodic Gardens. Allegra initially shows caution when the heroes arrive on the planet, but reveals herself to the heroes, as well as form an alliance with them after they save the Rabbid Musicians. Allegra has a friend who is a Dorrie, who was responsible for the harmonious biophonies for the Melodic Gardens. According to the murals found on the planet, Allegra was an outsider who brought the biophonies to life by making her own music, as well as finding and befriending the Dorrie.
Kanya smiling in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Kanya
The main antagonist of The Last Spark Hunter DLC. Created by Cursa to lead the Spark Hunters after Edge's betrayal, Kanya disobeyed and traveled to the Melodic Gardens to secretly plot to overthrow Cursa and conquer the galaxy herself. Kanya has exceptional knowledge of robotics and technology, creating the Mecha King Bob-omb, as well as a prototype. Kanya has also altered the DNA of the Golems and Fieldbreakers, enemies that were rejected by Cursa. Her plan was to build an army of Mecha King Bob-ombs to conquer the galaxy.
A Rabbid Musician in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Rabbid Musicians
Rabbids who are the inhabitants of the Melodic Gardens. They were all trapped inside a Darkmess Puddle at the Concert Pond, but were all rescued by the heroes. They have various colorful plants on their heads.
A Melosphere in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Melospheres
Small, amphibian-like creatures that elicit layered frequencies when United at the Sweeping Tree. They were imprisoned in cages followed by a Darkmess Puddle, but helped open up the Swamp Gate after being rescued by the heroes.
The Dorrie's Memory image in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Dorrie
A Dorrie that inhabits the Melodic Gardens. It was discovered by Allegra and became her friend. According to the murals found throughout the planet, the Dorrie helped bring the biophonies of the Melodic Gardens to full effect. When Kanya arrived, the Dorrie was forced into hiding, and was imprisoned. The heroes free it, and help them to defeat Kanya. After Kanya's defeat, the Dorrie helps start a biophony for the heroes as thanks.

New enemies[edit]

Below is a list of all the new enemies that are encountered only in The Last Spark Hunter DLC.

Name Description
A Shockin' Golem in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Shockin' Golems
Big Rabbid enemies that have electrical powers. They bear a resemblance to the Icicle Golem from Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, but are much smaller and are real Rabbids and not constructs. They cause a shockwave around them, dealing damage to all heroes within a short radius around them, as well as causing the Shock Super Effect and ignoring cover. When defeated, they become a chrysalis, and must be Dashed or Stomped on to be defeated for good, otherwise they will reform. They transfer the Shock Super Effect to a hero's weapon upon defeat, and are weak to Ooze and resist Shock.
A Tidal Golem in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Tidal Golems
Water variants of the Golems that cause the Splash Super Effect with their attacks, as well as transferring it to a hero's weapon upon defeat. They are weak to Shock and resist Splash.
A Flamin' Golem in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Flamin' Golems
Fire variants of the Golems that cause the Burn Super Effect with their attacks, as well as transferring it to a hero's weapon upon defeat. They are weak to Splash and resist Burn.
A Fieldbreaker in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Fieldbreakers
Big strong Rabbid enemies covered in Darkmess. They somewhat resemble Bucklers due to their size. They have a cannon on their arm that fires a single projectile that travels in an arc, ignoring partial cover and destroying any destructible cover in one hit. Fieldbreakers also have the power to cause Darkmess Ponds to rain on the battlefield, damaging heroes that step in them. They are resistant to all Super Effects, except Lifesteal.

Bosses[edit]

Below is a list of the only two bosses in The Last Spark Hunter DLC.

Name Description
Proto Mecha King Bob-omb in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Proto Mecha King Bob-omb
A prototype of the Mecha King Bob-omb, created by Kanya. Unlike the real thing, this prototype is gray and colorless, with multicolored wires for limbs and is smaller. It is controlled via remote control, which Kanya possesses. It attacks by throwing Bombs at the heroes, as well as summoning 2 Bob-ombs at a time to attack. Proto Mecha King Bob-omb has a barrier that protects it from all attacks, but a Bob-omb explosion will temporarily deactivate it. Upon its defeat, Kanya applauds the heroes and playfully leaves.
Mecha King Bob-omb in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Mecha King Bob-omb
A robotic creation that resembles King Bob-omb, albeit with Rabbid ears. After the defeat of its prototype, Kanya created the Mecha King Bob-omb based on how the heroes fought against the prototype, making improvements. A hatch located beneath the crown can open up, revealing a cockpit where Kanya controls the machine. It fights just like the prototype, throwing bombs and summoning Bob-ombs, although more are summoned at a time. The mobility of the machine has also improved, gaining jumps and a spinning attack. Its barrier can only be disabled when Allegra and the Dorrie activate the sound amplification antenna. After the heroes destroy the Mecha King Bob-omb, it malfunctions and springs up into outer space, with Kanya inside.

New Sparks[edit]

Below is a list of all the new Sparks that can be rescued during The Last Spark Hunter DLC.

Spark Description Location Power Bonus How to unlock
Screenshot of the Spark Berserk
Berserk
A plump, red Spark that has a shield with a sword through it above. Its ability is Frenzy, which increases the attack power and damage resistance of a hero by 8% for each enemy in range for one turn. Music Jungle Frenzy Healing Booster Clear the The March of the Golems battle.
Screenshot of the Spark Vampgeddon
Vampgeddon
A purple Spark riding a purple cloud. Its ability is Skyrain Lifesteal, which causes meteors with the Lifesteal Super Effect to rain down upon enemies, healing the hero by 30% of the total damage dealt. Concert Pond Skyrain Lifesteal Healing Amplifier Clear the Missing Musicians battle.
Artwork of Electroquake from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Electroquake
A plump, yellow Spark with a lightning bolt around its body. Its ability is Shockwave Shock, which causes three shockwaves around the hero, damaging and giving enemies in range the Shock Super Effect. On the path leading to the swamp Shockwave Shock Shock Protector Clear the Embuscade! battle.
Screenshot of the Spark Cryodash
Cryodash
A cyan Spark riding a leaf covered in snow. Its ability is Frostbite Dash, which applies the Frostbite Super Effect to the hero's dashes, as well as increasing the dash damage for a turn. Kanya's HQ in the Flooded Ruins Frostbite Dash Frostbite Protector Clear the Coup in Kanya's HQ Spark Quest.
Artwork of Mayhem from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Mayhem
An orange Spark wearing purple and green swirly glasses. Its ability is Hypnotize, which hypnotizes a random enemy in range, making them fight for the heroes for a turn. There is a chance for more than one enemy to be affected. An island in the middle of the Flooded Ruins Hypnotize Athlete Clear the Treasure Hunter Spark Quest.

Memories[edit]

Below is a list of all the Memories that can be obtained in The Last Spark Hunter DLC.

Name Description How to obtain
The Melodic Gardens Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Melodic Gardens
The Melodic Gardens is an entire planet of tropical forest, uniquely evolved with a singular purpose in mind - the creation of "biophonies" or "eco symphonies", the collective sound created by living organisms within a biome. Even the Rabbids here, normally prone to chaos and cacophony, have found a way to add to the harmony of their surroundings. There is nothing like it in all of the galaxy. Clear Blue Coin Challenge.
The Biophonies Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Biophonies
Biophonies - the collective sounds made by living creatures of a biome - are not unique to this planet, yet the way in which they influence its environment is. They affect everything, from the density of the atmosphere, to its weather, to the way its trees and plants propagate. Without the gardens, the plants would die, and without music, the Melodic Gardens would fade into silent ruin. In the Music Jungle; in an area only accessible by using Beep-0's Scan Power to reveal a hidden bridge leading to it.
The Fieldbreaker Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Fieldbreaker
We have encountered a multitude of formidable foes to whom Cursa has given all manner of twisted abilities - though that is not what concerns me most about these foes in particular. To be sure, the Technique that creates small Darkmess Ponds is direful, and they have no specific weaknesses, but I detect something else - someone has altered its Darkmess-infused DNA post-creation, long AFTER Cursa. Who? And why? Melodic Gardens shop
The Flamin' Golem Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Flamin' Golem
One of three Golem mutations here in the Melodic Gardens, these were created by Cursa, yet deemed unsatisfactory and cast aside. Afterwards, someone altered their DNA and brought them here for their own purposes. This subspecies unleashes a fiery seismic attack affecting those around it. Worse, when defeated, it enters a transitional state where if not dashed, it is reborn. Weakness: Splash-based attacks. Melodic Gardens shop
The Shockin' Golem Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Shockin' Golem
Golems we’re created by Cursa, which deemed them unfit for its army. Only later did someone alter their Darkmess-infused DNA and bring them to the Melodic Gardens - who has the ability to do this, I do not know. This subspecies unleashes an electro-seismic attack affecting all those around it. Upon defeat, it enters a transitional state where if not dashed, it is reborn. It is susceptible to Ooze-based attacks. Melodic Gardens shop
The Tidal Golem Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Tidal Golem
One of three Golem mutations found on the Melodic Gardens, they were rejected by their creator, Cursa, who found them lacking. They have since been repurposed, with their DNA altered by person or persons unknown. This subspecies unleashes a seismic Splash attack affecting all those around it. When defeated, it enters a chrysalis-like state. If not dashed, it is reborn. It is weak versus Shock-based attacks. Melodic Gardens shop
The The Flooded Labyrinth Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
The Flooded Labyrinth
Kanya flooded the labyrinth with no regard to anything in it, simply to make her command post inaccessible to anyone but her. Thankfully, we found a crude, but serviceable boat left behind by her minions. All in all, I find Spark Hunters much more dangerous on their own - at least when under Cursa's command they behave somewhat predictably. In the Flooded Ruins; on top of a pillar. A pipe on the south West Island leads higher. Use Beep-0's Scan Power to reveal a hidden bridge leading to the Memory.
The JEANIE on Music Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
JEANIE on Music
Why is it I can understand poetry from an analytical - even an emotional standpoint, but so much about music is beyond my understanding? I thought perhaps the exercise of creation would yield more insight, and so I composed a melody... [humming] I shall have to ask Allegra what she thinks of it. Perhaps she could teach me to understand better the connection between music and its ability to affect the emotions. Clear the Treasure Hunter Spark Quest.
Memory image of Kanya in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Kanya
Kanya was created by Cursa to lead the rest of the Spark Hunters after their first commander went rogue (an experience Cursa might well have learned from). Kanya, seeing her role of Cursa's "lackey" as beneath her, struck out on her own in an effort to usurp her creator and conquer the galaxy. Her inferiority complex has made her more ruthless than any of her former subordinates. Clear the Coup in Kanya's HQ Spark Quest.
The Concert Pond Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Concert Pond
The beauty of the Melodic Gardens' Concert Pond is perhaps impossible to describe, even for those with the capacity to appreciate such extraordinary manifestations of the natural world. It is towering, it is transcendent; it is warm and glowing and that it is even before the biophony begins. The Rabbid musicians decorate themselves with "mood shade", to add to the splendor. I hope to see it again one day. Clear the Missing Musicians battle.
The Memory image for Proto Mecha King Bob-omb in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Proto Mecha King Bob-omb
The Proto Mecha King Bob-omb! What makes Kanya so formidable is that despite her erratic nature, she exhibits genius-level mechanical abilities that rival that of Momma of Barrendale Mesa. Thankfully, the ego that drives her to set herself apart from her progenitor, Cursa, drives her to minimize her use of Darkmess. Kanya is a self-made villain - vain and explosive, but as shrewd as they come. Clear the Embuscade! battle.
The Mecha King Bob-omb Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Mecha King Bob-omb
The final version of the Mecha King Bob-omb, Kanya improved on the prototype by studying our abilities, techniques, and tactics. The end result was impressive - terrifying even. One thing Kanya could not replicate, however, was the Heroes' teamwork, born of their love and sense of duty to one another, Kanya desired an entire army of Mecha King Bob-ombs. No easy task, yet their destructive power is nearly unparalleled. Clear the The Mecha King Bob-omb battle.
The Dorrie's Memory image in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
The Dorrie
By quirk of fate, Allegra's friend, who had been captured by Kanya and used as a pawn, is well known to Mario. It is called a Dorrie, and while its presence on the Melodic Gardens is a mystery, the gifts it brought here are not. Allegra has found a way to use the Dorrie's natural abilities to elevate the planet's biophonies to previously unheard heights - the Dorrie's playfulness turned to music. Clear the A Friend In Need Main Quest.
Allegra's Memory image in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Allegra
Allegra is a fascinating study. An eco musician of rare ability, she is perfectly in tune with the natural world - even her skin's pigmentation adapts to its mood. She wields her bio tuner like a baton, somehow bringing a unified vision to the collective sounds of an entire biome. It is her life's calling. It is not difficult to understand why, yet she is still somehow a mystery to me. One I fear I may never solve. In the Swamp on a small island; the only way to reach there is by traveling through a pipe.

Weapon Skins[edit]

Below is a list of all nine Weapon Skins that can be obtained in the DLC.

Name Description How to obtain
The Ripple Dual Slinger Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Dual Slinger
Whether for practice or a live performance, the crisp Ripple Dual Slinger wallops its targets with lightning rhythm. Melodic Gardens shop
The Ripple-Troll  Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple-Troll
Change up your sound with the tonal-balance-that-intimidates, thanks to the ear-frazzling Ripple-Troll! Melodic Gardens shop
The Ripple Sharpshooter Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Sharpshooter
The Ripple Sharpshooter elicits a full spectrum of tone for max artistic expression when blasting your enemies from afar. Melodic Gardens shop
The Ripple Discruptor Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Discruptor
Count on this Ripple Discruptor to take enemies to the bridge every time - the bridge to PAINVILLE! Melodic Gardens shop
The Ripple Boom-Brella Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Boom-Brella
Even novice heroes will find it easier than ever to unlock a salvo of full-throttled fury with the Ripple Boom-Brella! Melodic Gardens shop
The Ripple Dukes Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
The Ripple Dukes
Pummel your enemies with a sonic storm of teeth-chattering baritone blows with the Ripple Dukes! Melodic Gardens shop
The Ripple Flying Blade Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Flying Blade
The roar this Ripple Flying Blade makes when airborne is a crescendo to the symphony of your enemies' cries of surrender. Clear The Warrior and the Beast
The Ripple Kaboomer Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Kaboomer
The ear-catching Ripple Kaboomer always stands out - even amongst the ultimate Hero supergroup. Reach 100% completion
The Ripple Bowzooka Weapon Skin in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope'’
Ripple Bowzooka
The flawless intonation of the Ripple Bowzooka is matched only by the harmonic overtones of your enemies' sorrow! In a chest guarded by a Bob-omb in the Flooded Ruins; clear Surviving the Outcasts battle

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ザ・ラスト・スパークス・ハンター
Za Rasuto Supākusu Hantā
The Last Spark Hunter

Chinese 最後的星可獵人
Zuìhòu de Xīngkě Lièrén
The Last Spark Hunter

Italian L'ultima Braccaspark
The last Spark Hunter
Spanish La última cazadora de Sparks
The last Spark Hunter