|Not to be confused with Spark Shot.|
Spark Shock (スパークショック Supāku Shokku) is Spark Man's Special Weapon. Its system generates an energy ball that can short-circuit electronic components, temporarily paralyzing enemies. However, it is not effective against robots with insulated coating. As such, a few enemies, like Magnet Man, can be damaged by this weapon.
Video game appearances
Spark Shock is obtained by defeating Spark Man and can be used to paralyze enemies, and in some cases, damage them. The trade-off is that only two enemies can be stunned at a time, and Mega Man cannot change weapons while there's one stunned.
Spark Shock uses one weapon energy unit per use. With a full weapon energy gauge, it can be used 28 times without recharge. It is effective against Magnet Man, Doc Robot (Air Man and Bubble Man), Spark Man (2nd encounter), and Wily Machine 3 (1st form).
Buster Rod. G and the second form of the "Wily Machine" are immune to it.
Like Mega Man 3, this weapon is obtained after defeating Spark Man and can be used to paralyze enemies; however, Mega Man is now able to switch weapons while enemies are stunned. This can come in very handy when dealing with Shield Attackers and Jumbigs.
The Spark Shock is the last Special Weapon obtained by Mega Man in the game. It is Ra Thor's weakness.
Super Smash Bros. series
Instead of using one Buster to fire spark-like projectiles, Mega Man transforms both of his Busters into long electrodes, similar to those of Spark Man himself, which he uses to emit a powerful burst of electricity above him that hits opponents multiple times, dealing a total of 15% if all hits connect (20% if fully charged). Since Mega Man uses both Busters to perform the attack however, there is a brief animation afterward showing him venting the excess heat from his arms, much like when he uses his Flame Blast Down Smash.
Damage Data Chart
Mega Man 3
Known damage values in units for Mega Man 3.
- Spark Shock freezes the Kamegoro and their shells, but does not damage them.
Mega Man uses the Spark Shock and Gyro Attack at the same time in the episode Cold Steel. When obtaining the weapon, an electrode can be seen in its design, probably for firing the sparks. He uses it to electrocute Cut Man and Guts Man.
In the comic book series, the Spark Shock (misnamed Spark Shot) is used by Mega Man in issue 32.
The Spark Shock (misnamed Spark Shot) is only used by Mega Man when he tries several weapons against Punk, all of them being ineffective. This is also the only time he uses a Special Weapon after Spark Man's defeat.
- Rockman Complete Works official site
|Mega Man III|
|Gemini Man • Snake Man • Spark Man • Shadow Man |
Drill Man • Dust Man • Dive Man • Skull Man
|Giant Suzy • Punk • Wily Machine|
|Mega Man's Special Weapons|
|Gemini Laser • Search Snake • Spark Shock • Shadow Blade|
Drill Bomb • Dust Crusher • Dive Missile • Skull Barrier • Screw Crusher
|Mega Man's Support Items|
|Rush Coil • Rush Jet|
|Damage Data Chart • Enemies • Wily Castle • Wily Station|
|Super Adventure Rockman|
|Mega Man • Beat • Rush • Dr. Light • Roll • Proto Man • Dr. Wily • Ra Moon|
Cut Man • Guts Man • Ice Man • Bomb Man • Fire Man • Elec Man
|Metal Man • Bubble Man • Heat Man • Flash Man • Quick Man • Shadow Man|
Wood Man • Air Man • Crash Man • Snake Man • Needle Man • Gemini Man
Magnet Man • Hard Man • Top Man • Spark Man • Ra Thor • New Yellow Devil
|Metal Blade • Bubble Lead • Atomic Fire • Time Stopper • Quick Boomerang • Shadow Blade|
Leaf Shield • Air Shooter • Crash Bomber • Search Snake • Needle Cannon • Gemini Laser
Magnet Missile • Hard Knuckle • Top Spin • Spark Shock
|Enemies • Energy Tank • Information Card • Item Box • Lanfront Ruins • Proto Shield|