The Spark Moon is Princia Ramode's F-Zero racing machine. Wanting to increase her wisdom and experience before becoming queen of her Desert Kingdom on Planet Magica, Princia Ramode snuck away to join the F-Zero races. Her servants designed the Spark Moon specifically for her, with artificial-intelligence and cutting-edge safety precautions. The Spark Moon is well rounded with above-average body and grip and an average boost.
Profiles and statistics
F-Zero GX / AX
In F-Zero AX, Princia Ramode and the Spark Moon are available from the start. In F-Zero GX, they become available for purchase after the player has cleared chapter 2 in Story mode on Very Hard difficulty. The Spark Moon is available to use in four colors: Yellow (default), green, pink, and blue.
|Desert Kingdom Science Technology Development Department||KD-E072-PSx2||1620kg|
|The Spark Moon was developed using the advanced technology of Planet Magica, and it was specifically designed so that even Princia Ramode could post decent results in her first Grand Prix attempt. To avoid any risk of injury to Princia during the race, the most cutting-edge safety systems were installed. The artificial-intelligence database implemented into this machine was formulated with control-technique data from the most famous F-Zero pilots in history.|
Design and namesake
The Spark Moon's design goes by a distinct aerodynamic and stylish look. The fuselage consists of a rounded nose with an oval cockpit and an upward slanted rear branching off into two different drag slopes. The back contains two engines connected to the body by vented connectors taking on a hydrofoil design. Both engines have cone tips and a small fin on top. The backside remains uncovered revealing some of the machine's inner components. The machine is primarily yellow with orange detailing, fins and connectors.
The Spark Moon combines the words spark, a small fiery or electric particle and moon, a natural satellite.
The yellow color of Spark Moon is meant to reflect on the spark aspect as both types are typically yellow in color. The moon aspect isn't as strongly related. It's primarily related to F-Zero's space theme while also relating to moons not having a perfectly rounded appearance.
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