“Yeah, sure. Big castle. Woooo. I’m totally impressed. Could use a few more flowers though.”
—Princess Daisy, Fortune Street
Princess Daisy, or casually Daisy, is the princess of Sarasaland and a recurring character in the Mario franchise. First appearing in Super Mario Land,
Why She Rocks
- She is Nintendo's number one tomboy.
- Princess Daisy is the complete counterpart of Princess Peach, design and personality wise.
- She is portrayed as a tomboy with an extroverted personality with a tough demeanor and has a sassy side, often regarded for her wittiness and attitude.
- She can be described as cute, energetic, loud, cheerful, and confident.
- In accompaniment to her name, she has an affinity for flowers. Her attire, special abilities, personal emblems, and general representations are often flowers, as well.
- She 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.
- Princess Daisy is not as proper or poised as she would be based on her appearance and status as royalty; such as standing with her hands on her hips, exhibiting hotheadedness in defeat, showboating in victory, and showing off to get her way. It has been suggested her choice of colors could reflect this personality.
- Daisy has claimed to have bad luck and timing. She tripped off stage while receiving her trophy in Mario Tennis, she needs help after becoming lost in the Remix 10 pipe in Super Mario Run, and admits to being absentminded while waiting for her turn in Fortune Street.
- Daisy is the first (and so far only) major Mario character not created by Shigeru Miyamoto.