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Overview[]

Sparks are used to reward characters during game play. They can be obtained by completing Game missions, defeating Enemies, or by opening Spark Capsules.

Varieties[]

In Disney Infinity 1.0, all Sparks are the same bluish-white color and are the method by which characters gain experience.

In Disney Infinity 2.0 and 3.0, separate colors are used for the following:

  • Icon-capsule-spark-blue
    Blue Sparks are used as part of the in-game economy to purchase Toys from the Toy Store.
  • Icon-capsule-spark-orange
    Orange Sparks are used to increase a character's experience level.
  • Icon-capsule-spark-green
    Green Sparks are used to heal characters.
  • Icon-capsule-spark-purple
    Purple Sparks are used to fill the character's Special Move meter.

Additionally in Disney Infinity 3.0:

  • When opening a surprise Gift in the Toy Box Hub, if the Toy to be awarded has already been unlocked in the Toy Store, blue Sparks are awarded instead.
  • When Farming, harvesting Flowers and Weeds will award blue Sparks.

Power Discs[]

Some Ability Discs affect Sparks, either by granting a chance for increased Sparks, or increasing the pick-up radius. It is possible to use one of each type at the same time to help a character earn more experience.

Generators[]

There are a number of ways to generate additional sparks in the Toy Box. One way is through Farming (planting seeds and harvesting Flowers or Weeds); however, this is only available in the Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition. Another is to build a "Spark generator" by placing and connecting a number of Toys in such a way to continually generate and automatically defeat Enemies. Larger/stronger Enemies that are normally harder to defeat (e.g. the Tank Omnidroid) typically produce more Sparks than smaller/weaker ones.

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