Princess Daisy

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Princess Daisy
Super Mario party - Daisy Artwork.png
Super Mario Party artwork of Princess Daisy.
Basic Information
Creator(s)
Shigeru Miyamoto
Mario
Status
Alive
Biographical Information
Family
Unnamed father
First Appearance
Super Mario Land (1989)
Gender
Female
Height
Tall
Occupation
Princess of Sarasaland
Species
Human
Weight
Lightweight, Medium
Personal Information
Dislikes
Kidnapped by Tatanga
Powers
Varies
Voice Talent
United States English
Deanna Mustard
Hi, I'm Daisy!
~ Daisy, Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

Princess Daisy (デイジー姫 Deijī-hime?), casually Daisy (デイジ Deijī?) is a deuteragonist in the Mario franchise. Daisy first appeared in Super Mario Land for the Game Boy as the damsel-in-distress. It was speculated that Daisy was an alias for Princess Peach, but she has since become her own character in Mario spin-offs. Daisy appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as an echo fighter of Peach, marking her first playable appearance outside the Mario series.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Super Mario series[edit | edit source]

Super Mario Land[edit | edit source]

During Mario's visit in her kingdom she was kidnapped by Tatanga the Mysterious Spaceman and was forced to marry him. Mario defeats a boss, he encounters Princess Daisy, however, it turns out it was someone who disguised as Daisy. In the final level after Mario defeats Tatanga, Daisy thanked him and left Chai Kingdom with Mario in the Sky Pop.

Super Mario Run[edit | edit source]

Princess Daisy is an unlockable playable character since December 15 2016.[1] Princess Daisy is lost somewhere all the way and she can be rescued after completing Area 30. Princess Daisy has the ability to Double Jump.

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Mario Tennis[edit | edit source]

Developers wanted to include a bad version, WaluPeachie, but Shigeru Miyamoto rejected this idea. So they revived Daisy in Mario Tennis as a playable character.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. SUPER MARIO RUN | Nintendo Nintendo. 2016. Retrieved 24, December 2018.