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Sparks are recurring Enemies in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]

Characteristics

Sparks are invincible in some of their appearances, while they can be defeated in others using the Boomerang. Just as using Magic Powder on Red Wisps will turn them into Fairies, using the Boomerang on Sparks will have the same effect.

A Link to the Past



Sparks in A Link to the Past appear in the Tower of Hera, as well as later Dungeons. They are balls of flashing red or blue flame that cannot be harmed.

Link's Awakening



Sparks in Link's Awakening can be defeated by using the Boomerang, which will turn them into Fairies.

Oracle of Seasons



Sparks in Oracle of Seasons can be defeated by using the Boomerang, which will turn them into Fairies.

Oracle of Ages



Sparks in Oracle of Ages can be defeated by using the Boomerang, which will turn them into Fairies.

The Minish Cap

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Appears in dungeons.
They cling to walls and move quickly.
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Sparks appear in Dungeons in The Minish Cap, particularly the Fortress of Winds, the Temple of Droplets, the Palace of Winds, and Dark Hyrule Castle. They also appear in certain Secret Caves throughout Hyrule. Sparks are invincible to most of Link's Items, and are only vulnerable to the Boomerang and Magical Boomerang; striking them with either one will turn them into Fairies. They move along walls and Blocks in a set pattern, damaging Link and stunning him momentarily if he makes contact with them.

Phantom Hourglass



Sparks in Phantom Hourglass are invincible, always found in groups called Winders.

Spirit Tracks



Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スパーク (Supāku) Spark
French Republic FrenchEU Spark
Federal Republic of Germany German Spark

See Also

References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 205 (LA | OoS | OoA | TMC)