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Spark in The Minish Cap
Effective Weapon(s)Boomerang, Magic Powder

The Spark usually appears as a flashing ball which clings to groups of pots or blocks.

Characteristics & Weaknesses

Spark in Link's Awakening

It first appeared in A Link to the Past as a ball of flashing red/blue flame which could not be harmed, first appearing in the Tower of Hera and in many dungeons later on. It can be killed in Link's Awakening using the Magic Powder or Boomerang, and in the Oracle Series using the Boomerang. Using the Boomerang on Sparks will turn them into fairies, the same effect as Magic Powder on Anti-Fairies. Due to their similarities in certain appearances, Sparks are often mistaken for Bubbles or Whisps.

In Phantom Hourglass, they are invincible, and are always found in groups known as Winders.

Spark (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
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Appears in dungeons. They cling to walls and move quickly. Normal attacks may not work, but the boomerang is pretty effective.



TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スパーク (Supāku) Spark
French Republic FrenchEU Spark
Federal Republic of Germany German Spark


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