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K64 Spark-i model.png
Ripped model of Spark-i from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.
First game Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (2000)
Copy Ability Spark
Enemy Info Card K64 Enemy Info Card 16.png
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This article is about the hovering diamond-shaped eyeball enemy, and should not be confused with Sparky.

K64 Spark-i Sprite.png Spark-i is a blue, diamond-shaped, electrical enemy seen only in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. Its external structure pulsates, with the diamond shape itself made of four distinct sections, all of which can expand and retract to conceal the Dark Matter-looking eye at its core. Like all standard enemies, its attack deals minimal damage, but unique to Spark-i is in the firing of a rhythmic spark towards Kirby's last position, as a product of some sort of homing device. When ingested, Kirby gains the Spark copy ability. Spark-i appears on the 16th Enemy Info Card.

A larger mid-boss variant of Spark-i appears in stage 4 of Rock Star. It functions much the same as its smaller cousins, and sits in place as smaller Spark-is appear continuously to support it.


Spark-i can be found in the following levels and stages:

Spark-i locations in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards  
Stage Pop Star Rock Star Aqua Star Neo Star Shiver Star Ripple Star Dark Star
Stage 1 No No No No No No No
Stage 2 No No No No No No N/A
Stage 3 No No No No No No N/A
Stage 4 N/A Yes No No Yes N/A N/A


  • Spark-i could be a reference to Ramiel, the 5th Angel from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Their appearances are similar (both being blue octahedra). In addition, Spark-i's Japanese name (ラミ Rami) is two characters shy from Ramiel's (ラミエル Ramieru).


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラミ