Princess Daisy, the Royal Princess of Sarasaland as she appears in Mario Party 10
|First Game||Super Mario Land (1989)|
Super Mario Land (First appearance NES Open Tournament Golf (cameo) Mario Tennis (guest in gbc) Mario Party 3 (First playable appearance) Super Smash Bros. Melee (trophy and alternate costume for Peach) Mario Party 4 Mario Party-e Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour Mario Party 5 Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Mario Golf: Advance Tour (mentioned) Mario Power Tennis Mario Party 6 Yakuman DS Mario Superstar Baseball Mario Party 7 Mario Kart DS Super Mario Strikers Mario Hoops 3-on-3 Mario Party 8 Mario Strikers Charged Itadaki Street DS Mario Party DS Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Super Smash Bros. Brawl (trophy and alternate costume for Peach) Mario Kart Wii Mario Super Sluggers Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
Super Mario LandSuper Mario Land. During this time, Sarasaland, another kingdom in the Mushroom World, was invaded by the mysterious space alien Tatanga. Princess Daisy, the ruler of Sarasaland, was kidnapped by the space invader because he wanted to rule Sarasaland by marrying her. Mario started his adventure to rescue Princess Daisy by traveling into the four kingdoms of Sarasaland. In each of them, after Mario defeats a boss, an enemy was waiting disguised as Princess Daisy. Mario finally defeated Tatanga and saved the real Daisy. They then drive off in a rocket and the credits roll.
Mario Tennis series
After 9 years without an appearance, Princess Daisy made her great reintroduction to the Mario Tennis series in the N64 game Mario Tennis. She reappeared because there was not enough human characters. The princess was a technical character and looked similar to Peach, but with brown hair, an orange dress, a slight tan and no crown.
Mario Power Tennis
Her next spin-off appearance was in the game Mario Power Tennis. This is also her second appearance in a Mario Tennis game. In this game, Daisy is again a technical character, like Peach. She has two special shots: her offensive power shot is Wonder Flower and her defensive power shot is the Flowerbed Return.
Mario Party series
Mario Party 3
Daisy's second playable appearance was in Mario Party 3. The princess is not playable in the Story Mode, but she is playable in Party Mode and Battle Mode. In Story Mode, she appears after the player wins the Courage Stamp. She wanted to have the Beauty Stamp and even tricked the Millennium Star into almost giving it to her. However, she was defeated by the player and ran off crying.
Mario Party 4
In the Mushroom Kingdom, Daisy and the other characters were in Peach's Castle Garden when they saw something big landing in the garden. They all find out that Toad, Goomba, Boo, Shy Guy and Koopa Troopa discovered a mysterious Party Cube. This is the first game in which Daisy is seen with her current dress.
Mario Party 5
One day, in the peaceful Dream Depot, the Star Guards decided to invite Daisy and the others to a party in the Dream Depot. They decided to give them a chance to visit the world of dreams. Bowser planned to invade Dream Depot and destroy everyone's dreams. So Daisy and the others fought to defeat him.
Mario Party 6
One day, Brighton and Twila, the sun and the moon respectively, started to argue because they wanted to know who is the more impressive. Daisy and the others tried to get them to make up, but that did not work. Then they all had an idea, they decided to throw a Mario Party and gather the power of the Stars and to use their power to calm down the arguing beings.
Mario Party 7Mario Party 7, Daisy and the Mario crew all received an invitation from Toadsworth to go on a luxury cruise, but Bowser did not get invited and decided to sabotage the party. Once again, Mario, Daisy and the other attendees fought against the Koopa King.
Mario Party 8 Tag Teams
|Daisy + Mario =||Flower Players|
|Daisy + Luigi =||Tango Tanglers|
|Daisy + Peach =||Damsels in Success|
|Daisy + Yoshi =||Tomboy Trouble|
|Daisy + Wario =||Mischief-Makers|
|Daisy + Waluigi =||Double Facers|
|Daisy + Toad =||Bloomy Shroomy|
|Daisy + Boo =||High Spirited Duo|
|Daisy + Toadette =||Perfumed Shroomy|
|Daisy + Birdo =||Gallopin' Gal-Pals|
|Daisy + Dry Bones =||Daisy Pushers|
|Daisy + Blooper =||Bloopsie-Daisy|
|Daisy + Hammer Bro =||Barn Builders|
Mario Party 9
One night when Daisy and the others were stargazing, they notice a purple vortex taking all the ministars. They see that Bowser is stealing all of them, so Daisy and the others venture forth to retrieve them.
Mario Kart series
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! She is first seen racing in a kart in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. Daisy is a middle weight character and was the default partner of Peach. Her special item was the Heart, a defensive item that give her the item that just hit Daisy. Her kart was the Bloom Coach and is unlocked by finishing the 50 cc Flower Cup.
Mario Kart DS
Princess Daisy was a playable character in Mario Kart DS. The player can unlock Daisy by placing first in the Lighting Cup on 50cc.
Mario Kart Wii
Daisy can be unlocked by completing Special Cup 150cc in first place or by playing 2,850 races in Mario Kart Wii. Her baby counterpart can also be unlocked.
Mario Kart 7
Mario Kart 8
Daisy returns in Mario Kart 8 as a mediumweight character. This is so far the only game where Daisy is already unlocked in a whole Mario Kart game.
Mario Golf series
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour Daisy's second time on the green is in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, but instead of being a caddy, she plays the game herself. In the game, she is a power character.
This is the first game that Daisy is voiced by Deanna Mustard, her current voice actress and is the first game where Daisy wears her sport outfit.
Mario Baseball series
Mario Superstar Baseball The first time we see the flower princess hitting a baseball is in Mario Superstar
Baseball. Daisy is a balanced character, but has more technique and is available from the start. She is the secondary captain in Peach's team. Her special shot, the Flower Ball, makes the ball she hits disappear in a burst of flowers and reappear at a different location. Her pitch has a similar effect.
Mario Super Sluggers
Daisy returns in Mario Super Sluggers as a playable character. She is an all-around type character.
Mario Strikers series
Super Mario Strikers The princess also appears in the sport spin-off Super Mario Strikers. In the game, Daisy is an offensive character and she wore orange soccer jersey and her number is 09. Her Super Strike is the Torpedo Strike.
Mario Strikers Charged
Daisy appeares as a captain in Mario Strikers Charged. She is a defensive player and can teleport short distances. Her special move is Crystal Smash that can rise rocks from the ground. In the intro Daisy was running after the ball, only to get hit by Donkey Kong's Thunder Wham move.
Mario Sports Mix
Daisy also appears in Mario Sports Mix. Her special move traps the opposing team in a small, circular flower garden, making the target easier to hit. She is a technical-based character.
Princess Daisy's first unlockable appearance on the Nintendo DS was in the only-Japanese mahjong game, Yakuman DS. In the game, Daisy is at rank 10, she has 3/5 stars and had good luck and attack but low defense.
Despite her beauty, Princess Daisy has a type of tomboyish/feisty attitude, as she doesn't get captured by Bowser, that may tell us she can fight back for herself. As seen in most games, it's shown that she's also quite sassy, boisterous, and spunky. Her emblem is a Daisy flower, she is supposedly the love interest of Luigi which has been hinted at many times in games. She has a fondness for the colors orange and white, as she wears them a lot.
- Daisy is the first major Mario character not created by Shigeru Miyamoto, and the only major female character in the Mario series not created by him.
- It has been known that Daisy has a tomboyish personality. This is shown by Daisy and Yoshi's tagteam name in Mario Party 8 being Tomboy Trouble. This is also shown by the fact that she almost only appears in sports games, with few appearances outside of them.
- In Mario is Missing!, there is a woman that provides the help information who has a strong resemblance to Princess Daisy in terms of appearance. However, it is not confirmed as to whether this character is actually Daisy or not.
- Daisy made a cameo along with Rosalina in the 2012 Disney film Wreck-It Ralph at Game Central Station chatting with each other as Felix and Calhoun set out to find Ralph in Sugar Rush.
- Daisy was played by Samantha Matthis in the live-action movie Super Mario Bros., only she was a blonde and the princess of an alternate dimension called Dinohatten.
- She was also in a series of comic books just titled "Gameboy Comics" which featured Tatanga escaping the Gameboy world and trying to take over the real world. In that, Daisy was his captive but didn't exactly show restraint. Instead of complaining of being a prisoner, she instead spent most of the issues just trying to politely talk Tatanga out of his conquest, since he was in love with her so she thought she could persuade him.
- Daisy is the only Mario Kart: Double Dash!! newcomer not to be cut in any future Mario Kart game. Only she and Waluigi appeared in Mario Kart DS, while Waluigi was absent in Mario Kart 7, (though he was supposed to be in the game as a playable character).
- Along with Waluigi, Daisy appears in every Mario Party game since Mario Party 3 as a playable character except Advance.
- Daisy was revived because some game developers have made an evil version of Peach named WaluPeachie, but Miyamoto rejected this idea.
- Princess Daisy has had 3 designs.
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