Luma in Super Mario Galaxy
|First Game||Super Mario Galaxy (2007)|
|Appearances||Super Mario Galaxy|
Super Mario Galaxy 2
|Kindred||Rosalina (adoptive children)|
In both games, her power grants Mario or Luigi the power to Star Spin. She briefly appears above their heads a couple seconds after they perform a Star Spin. This indicates that they can now do another. She also pops out of their hat to perform a little dance whenever they return to the Comet Observatory or the Starship Mario with a Power Star.
Super Mario Galaxy
In Super Mario Galaxy, Luma was presumably discovered by Princess Peach, who held her during the attack on her castle. Luma chases Mario to the Gateway Galaxy after she was knocked off the castle by a Magikoopa.
There, Luma wakes Mario (or Luigi, this is where "Super Luigi Galaxy" begins) up and turns into her Star Bunny form. She insists the hero to play with her, leading to two other Star Bunnies. They make Mario or Luigi play hide-and-seek with them. When all three are caught, a castle-like structure appears. On top of the structure is Rosalina. She tells Luma to travel with Mario (or Luigi), lending her power to them. This allows them to Star Spin.
In the ending, all of the Lumas, including the Luma traveling with Mario or Luigi, fly towards the black hole, and turn into new galaxies. In the secret ending obtained by collecting 120 Power Stars, she is seen in the Gateway Galaxy near what is presumed to be the spaceship that Rosalina rode with her original orange colored Luma.
Luma is also the only female luma in existence, other than the lumas true mother. She is also the youngest and most playful luma of all.