Characteristics[change | edit source]
- Is tomboyish and cheerful.
- Has bouncy orange colored hair.
- Has blue eyes.
- Likes the colors orange, yellow, and green.
- Wears dresses, but also likes to wear other types of clothing.
- Aggressive in both Mario Kart and Mario Strikers games.
- Is best friends with Princess Peach.
Playable appearances[change | edit source]
- Mario Tennis (N64) - 2000
- Mario Party 3 (N64) - 2001
- Mario Party 4 (GC) - 2002
- Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (GC) - 2003
- Mario Party 5 (GC) - 2003
- Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GC) - 2003
- Mario Power Tennis (GC) - 2004
- Mario Party 6 (GC) - 2004
- Mario Superstar Baseball (GC) - 2005
- Mario Party 7 (GC) - 2005
- Mario Kart DS (DS) - 2005
- Super Mario Strikers (GC) - 2005
- Mario Hoops 3-on-3 (DS) - 2006
- Mario Party 8 (Wii) - 2007
- Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii) and (DS) - Winter 2007
- Itadaki Street DS (DS)- 2007
- Mario Striker Charged (Wii) - 2007
- Mario Party (DS) - 2007
- Mario Kart Wii (Wii) - 2008
- Mario Sports Mix (Wii) - 2010
- Mario Kart 7 (3DS) - 2011
- Mario Tennis Open (3DS) - 2012
- Mario & Sonic At The London 2012 Olympic Games (Wii) - 2011
- Fortune Street (Wii) - 2011
- Mario & Sonic At The London 2012 Olympic Games (3DS) - 2012
Appearances[change | edit source]
In her first appearance, Daisy had pale skin, long orange hair, and a white pattern on her dress. Her appearance in NES Open Tournament Golf is more or less the same, aside from her hair now being more of an auburn color. In later games, such as Mario Tennis and Mario Party 3, her appearance was changed, giving her a rounder face, a slightly darker skintone, and a daisy-motif for her accessories, with flower jewels appearing on her crown, earrings, and brooch. The daisy-motif has stuck ever since, though it should be noted that the daisy-motif was seen in her concept art for Super Mario Land.
In Mario Party 4, Daisy's character design was altered yet again, giving her shorter hair, a new dress design, and once again a paler skin tone. Nowadays, Daisy no longer has pale skin. Instead it is now more of a pink tone. Daisy and Peach also have different gloves; while Peach's gloves end at around mid-triceps, Daisy's gloves end at the wrists. Daisy looks equal in height to Peach, though she may appear shorter in some games. In her early game appearances, Daisy wore a red crown, and during some of the Nintendo 64 games she wore a pink crown. Nowadays she wears a gold one, the same as Peach.
In most of her game appearances, Daisy has worn a yellow and/or orange color scheme, usually in the form of a collared dress, with white and orange accents, meant to match that of Peach's pink-themed fashion just as Luigi's outfit does to Mario's.
In Mario sports titles, Daisy and Peach are the only two characters to always wear different outfits from their regular ones. She is usually depicted in orange shorts with a yellow shirt and daisy accessories. In Super Mario Strikers, Daisy wears a two-piece outfit. In Mario Hoops 3 on 3, Daisy normally appears in her usual sports outfit but has a second unlockable costume. In Mario Strikers Charged, she pretty much looks the same as in Super Mario Strikers, but she has cover herself up with armor plating along with other characters, leaving a quarter of her leg and her belly exposed.
Movies[change | edit source]
Princess Daisy appears as one of the main characters in the Super Mario Bros. film. She is played by Samantha Mathis.
Mario's younger brother Luigi (John Leguizamo) falls in love archaeologist Daisy. She is kidnapped by the Koopa Cousins, Iggy and Spike, and taken to the another dimension called Dinohattan, a land where dinosaurs evolved to become the main species. Dinohattan is ruled by Koopa (Dennis Hopper), who took over Daisy's father by transforming him into a fungus using a de-evolution gun. Daisy had a piece of meteorite that could be used to merge Dinohattan and Manhattan so Koopa could take over the human world.
After the Mario Bros. defeat Koopa, Daisy stays behind in Dinohattan to help her restored father. The movie ends with Daisy showing up at Mario and Luigi's apartment to alert them that there is a problem, apparently setting up a never-made sequel.