Princess Daisy

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Princess Daisy ( Japaneseデ イ ジ ー 姫, Deijī-hime ) is a fictional character from the video games in the Super Mario series .


For the game Super Mario Land , the developers had the intention that it would take place outside the Mushroom Kingdom. For this they created the Sarasaland including its ruler Princess Daisy. As the country was named after a floral pattern, the developers, the princess decided after Daisy ( eng . Daisy ) to name.

Her voice actors were Kate Fleming ( Mario Tennis ) and Jen Taylor ( Mario Party 3 and Mario Party 4 ). Deanna Mustard has been Daisy's permanent voice over since Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour .


Princess Daisy has medium-length, brown hair, dark blue eyes and a sporty figure. Like Peach, she is a princess. She wears an orange ball gown and white, flower-shaped gloves. Her earrings and brooch are in the shape of a daisy. The crown set with emeralds and rubies also has a floral design. The princess's face is rounder than Peach's. Her eyes are cat-like and, unlike Peach's, only have two lashes each.


Video games

Princess Daisy comes from the kingdom of Sarasaland, which is divided into five regions. She first appeared in the Game Boy game Super Mario Land. In the game's plot , she was kidnapped by the alien Tatanga and asks Mario to help free her.

Her first appearance in the Mario Party series was in the game Mario Party 3 , where she was dubbed by Jen Taylor. The game was released in Europe on November 16, 2001. Since then, she has appeared in every branch of the series as a playable character. It is only absent in Mario Party Advance .

Her first appearance in the Mario Kart series was in Mario Kart: Double Dash !! . Her partner was Princess Peach , the team's special item was the heart. The heart makes a heart-shaped ring appear around the kart, the effect of which was that you receive an enemy item as soon as you are attacked with it. Your personal path in this game was Daisy's steamer . In Mario Kart DS , the princess can be unlocked as a secret character if you win a gold trophy in every cup of the retro Grand Pix with a capacity of 50 cm³. Her personal vehicles are the Floramobil, Daisy Standard and the Tanzwagen. Unlike in Mario Kart: Double Dash !! Daisy is a lightweight here and not a middleweight. Her stretches are tick-tack trauma and the cloud runway. In Mario Kart Wii , Daisy can be unlocked by winning the 150 cm³ mode of the special cup. It is playable again in Mario Kart 7 . You unlock them by winning gold in the Mushroom Cup in the 150 cm³ class. Your personal route is Daisyhausen . Daisy is also a playable character in Mario Kart 8 . She is again a middleweight and does not need to be unlocked. You own the cow pasture here.

Daisy only appears once as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee . However, Princess Peach owns an outfit that is very similar to Daisy. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl , Princess Daisy appears again as a trophy, and there are also stickers from her.

After Super Mario Land she made appearances in NES Open Tournament Golf , an offshoot of the Mario Golf series . Here she was not a playable character, but served as Luigi's caddy . She was a playable character in the series for the first time in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour .


In the movie Super Mario Bros. Daisy was one of the main characters. In the film, she is studying archeology at New York University . She is kidnapped by Bowser and later rescued by Luigi and Mario.

See also

Individual evidence

  1. Princess Daisy - Creation and development (English)
  2. a b PRINCESS DAISY - (English)
  3. Super Mario Land GameBoy GB (English)
  4. MARIO PARTY 3 - (English)
  5. Princess Daisy - Appearances
  6. Special: The ntower team's most popular Mario Kart tracks
  7. Mario Kart DS NDS: All characters
  8. Mario Kart 8 - Retro Courses Predictions - Update 1
  9. Mario Kart Wii - Unlock
  10. Mario Kart 7: Unlock new characters
  11. Mario Golf: Family Tour (2003) (English)
  12. Super Mario Bros.