|Mega Man 3|
|Double Spark-Plug Robot|
Sprite Editing by MMX100 / EliteP1 | Original Artwork by Capcom
|"I feel a spark between us...let's be friends?"|
|"Don't do anything crazy, Robot! We don't want to spark a war..."|
|"Oh no, did I hurt you? Guess I don't know my own power..."|
|"I'm shocked! I thought we were friends..."|
Spark Man is, in essence, the technical successor to Dr. Light's research on Elec Man, foregoing palm electrical control and an ergonomic build to produce twice the electrical output that his predecessor could. By all means, Spark Man would be an obvious improvement over Elec Man-- that is, save for one itsy-bitsy oversight Drs. Light and Wily failed to account for. Spark Man's way too scatterbrained to have the focus to produce that much energy! As a result, Spark Man's signature "Spark Shot" attack-- which was calculated to be more offensively viable than the Thunder Beam-- instead only completely paralyzes the target instead. Despite not living up to his electrical potential, Spark Man doesn't really seem to care; he is awfully scatter-brained after all! Rather than sparking a war, he's more suited towards finding sparks of friendship, willing to befriend any robot no matter their threat or intimidation level. And his favorite place to take his friends? The "Seaside Town Aquarium", home to a myriad of different forms of sea-life, with his obvious favorite being the electric eel. Naturally, Spark Man's pleas of saccharine friendship quickly gets on the nerves of his teammates, but it's a burden they often have to tough out; while those needles aren't offensively viable, they're great in patch-ups and repairs! However, Needle Man seems to be deathly afraid of being friends with Spark Man.... But that doesn't stop Spark Man!
Level UpSpark ShockStartElectric Type14 Damage92% Accuracy
Core MatchThunder Strike Electric Type14 Damage100% Accuracy Thunder Beam Electric / Laser24 Damage96% Accuracy Magnet Missile Missile / Electric14 Damage100% Accuracy Bright Burst Electric / Time18 Damage100% Accuracy Gravity Hold Electric / Space22 Damage100% Accuracy Thunder Bolt Electric Type10 Damage90% Accuracy Thunder Claw Electric Type10 Damage90% Accuracy Plug Ball Electric Type10 Damage90% Accuracy Thunder Wool Electric Type10 Damage90% Accuracy Lightning Bolt Electric Type10 Damage90% Accuracy Scramble Thunder Electric / Swift10 Damage100% Accuracy Spark Chaser Laser / Electric10 Damage90% Accuracy Electric Shock Electric / Wind10 Damage90% Accuracy Electric Shot Electric Type20 Damage100% Accuracy Electric Buster Electric Type30 Damage100% Accuracy Electric Overdrive Electric Type100% Accuracy
Player OnlyBuster Shot 12 Damage100% Accuracy Buster Charge 100% Accuracy Buster Relay 100% Accuracy Light Buster 34 Damage100% Accuracy Wily Buster 32 Damage96% Accuracy Cossack Buster 36 Damage98% Accuracy Energy Boost 20% Recovery100% Accuracy Attack Boost 100% Accuracy Defense Boost 100% Accuracy Speed Boost 100% Accuracy Energy Break 20% Damage100% Accuracy Attack Break 100% Accuracy Defense Break 100% Accuracy Speed Break 100% Accuracy Energy Swap 100% Accuracy Attack Swap 100% Accuracy Defense Swap 100% Accuracy Speed Swap 100% Accuracy Energy Mode 100% Accuracy Attack Mode 100% Accuracy Defense Mode 100% Accuracy Speed Mode 100% Accuracy Field Support 100% Accuracy Mecha Support 100% Accuracy Core Shield Shield Type100% Accuracy Core Laser Laser Type36 Damage96% Accuracy Omega Pulse 16 Damage100% Accuracy Omega Wave 32 Damage100% Accuracy
(!) Please note that the names, stats, types, and descriptions of any playable characters, robots, or abilities that appear in this database are not finalized and are subject to change without notice as development progresses on the game itself. That being said, the data on this page is pulled directly from the prototype's internal variables and will therefore always be in sync with the prototype itself. Database pages that do not have sprites represent incomplete but planned, future content and do not currently appear in-game.