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- "They cling to walls and move quickly. Normal attacks may not work, but the boomerang is pretty effective."
- — Figurine
Sparks are recurring enemies in the Legend of Zelda series. They are brightly colored balls of flashing energy that usually cling to floors, torches, pots, blocks, and other permanent structures, around which they trace a revolving path. In some games, they are vulnerable to certain attacks; in others, they cannot be damaged. However, they can always cause harm to Link if touched. In the games in which Sparks can be killed, they will always respawn as soon as Link leaves and reenters the room. Sparks drop fairies when defeated in some games.
Sparks appear to be based on a similar enemy from the Mario Series that shared the same behavior and name.
This is the first game in which Sparks are found. They are colorful, usually appearing red, blue, or yellow. They cannot be killed, although if they scale around breakable objects such as skulls or jars, their movement can become restricted if the sets of objects they scale are dropped in quantity, this somewhat reduces their threat level.
Sparks in this game can be killed by sprinkling them with Magic Powder or striking them with the Boomerang. Notably, when defeated, they will always turn into a fairy. A giant Spark is found in the Face Shrine; although it will not actively attack Link, he will take half of a heart in damage if he touches it. The giant Spark cannot be defeated.
Like other Sparks, Sparks in the Oracle series can be defeated by striking them with the Boomerang. They will always leave Fairies upon defeat.
Sparks cling to walls. If they are struck by Link's Boomerang, they are defeated and turned into Fairies.
Sparks are purple and red, and cannot be defeated. They travel in groups or packs, which are known as Winders.
| Ezlo · King Daltus · Link · Princess Zelda · Smith · Vaati|
—Full list of characters
|Big Green ChuChu · Gleerok · Mazaal · Big Octorok · Gyorg Pair · Vaati Reborn · Vaati Transfigured · Vaati's Wrath|
| Castor Wilds · Cloud Tops · Eastern Hills · Hyrule Town · Lake Hylia · Lon Lon Ranch · Minish Woods · Mount Crenel · Mt. Crenel's Base · North Hyrule Field · Royal Valley · South Hyrule Field · Trilby Highlands · Veil Falls · Western Wood · Wind Ruins|
|Deepwood Shrine · Cave of Flames · Fortress of Winds · Temple of Droplets · Royal Crypt · Palace of Winds · Dark Hyrule Castle|
|Smith's Sword · White Sword · Four Sword · Small Shield · Mirror Shield · Bombs · Boomerang · Bow · Cane of Pacci · Gust Jar|
|Bottle · Flame Lantern · Flippers · Grip Ring · Mole Mitts · Ocarina of Wind · Power Bracelets · Roc's Cape|
|Elements · Kinstones · Tiger Scrolls|
|Deku · Fairy · Goron · Human · Hylian · Minish · Wind Tribe|
|Bellum · Ciela · Linebeck · Link · Ocean King · Oshus · Tetra|
—Full list of characters
|Blaaz · Cyclok · Crayk · Diabolical Cubus Sisters · Dongorongo · Gleeok · Eox · Bellum · Ghost Ship · Bellumbeck|
|Bannan Island · Cannon Island · Goron Island · Harrow Island · Isle of Ember · Isle of Frost · Isle of Gust · Isle of Ruins · Isle of the Dead · Mercay Island · Molida Island · Zauz's Island|
—Full list of locations
|Temple of Fire · Temple of Wind · Temple of Courage · Ghost Ship · Goron Temple · Temple of Ice · Mutoh's Temple · Temple of the Ocean King|
|Oshus's Sword · Wooden Shield · Boomerang · Bombs · Bow · Bombchus · Grappling Hook · Hammer · Phantom Sword · Shovel · Fishing Rod|
|Leaf · Neri · Ciela · Pure Metals · Phantom Hourglass · Spirit Gem|
|Anouki · Deity · Fairy · Gerudo · Goron · Human · Hylian · Yook|