Spark (Transformers)

Spark (Transformers)

Within the narrative of the fictional Transformers universe, a spark, also called an AllSpark, is usually the "soul" of a Transformer. In the Beast Machines television series, it was also a term used for the Transformers' afterlife. In the Transformers 2007 live action film, it is a cube-shaped artifact adorned with glyphs and designs which is capable of granting independent life to normal electronic and mechanical objects and is the source of life for all Transformers. In the Transformers Animated series, it shares a similar history and capabilities with its 2007 film counterpart, but resembles the Autobot Matrix of Leadership. Usually, the Allspark is the main source of Energon, the "life-blood" of the Transformers race and "blood" of Primus, the Transformers version of God. Energon is usually stored in devices caled Energon cubes. These devices are used by characters in the series, usually by the Decepticons, the main antagonists of the series. In the "Shattered Glass" universe, where the Decepticons are good and the Autobots are evil, the Transformers possess "embers" instead of sparks.

Read more about Spark (Transformers):  Transformers: Generation 1, Beast Era, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Unicron Trilogy, 2007 Transformers Film, Transformers Animated, Transformers: Prime, Protoforms

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Spark (Transformers) - Protoforms
... It has reappeared in various Transformersmedia, including later cartoons, comics, film, and toylines ... In this series, protoforms are imbued with a spark(self-awareness, life essence) before being placed into a stasis pod ... The Transformerscartoon airing after the conclusion of Beast Wars, TransformersRobots in Disguise, featured protoforms in one episode ...

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