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Screenshot of the Spark Vampgeddon
Species Spark
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (The Last Spark Hunter) (2023)
“Please do! If you win this battle, I get to leave here with you! After that, I'm "Team Hero" all the way!”
Vampgeddon, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Vampgeddon is a Spark in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, specifically in The Last Spark Hunter DLC. Vampgeddon is found in the Melodic Gardens, and joins the heroes after clearing the Missing Musicians battle. Like all Sparks in the DLC, Vampgeddon starts at level 4 and can be leveled up to level 5 if fed enough Star Bits or if a Star Potion is used.

In battle, Vampgeddon's ability is Skyrain Lifesteal, which causes meteors to rain down upon enemies, dealing damage and inflicting the Lifesteal Super Effect, as well as breaking cover nearby. After the attack ends, the heroes who used the ability is healed by 30% of all the damage dealt. Vampgeddon's passive ability is Healing Amplifier, which increases the amount of healing received for a hero by a percentage. When Vampgeddon is leveled up to level 5, the damage from the Lifesteal meteors increases by 10%, and Healing Amplifier's additional healing received increases from 25% to 30%.

Vampgeddon is a purple Spark that rides a dark purple cloud. Vampgeddon's name is a combination of the words "vampire" and "Armageddon". Its appearance, cloud and ability are similar to Pyrogeddon, Electrogeddon, and Cryogeddon.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Vampigeddon Vampgeddon
German Drakukalypse
Italian Vampigeddon Vampgeddon
Portuguese (NOA) Draculnimbus Portmanteau of "Dracula" and "nimbus" (Latin for cloud)
Spanish Vampigedón Vampigeddon


  • When Vampgeddon first appears, its cloud appears to be shifted down more, resulting in the Spark floating above it.