Hi, I'm Daisy!
— Daisy, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
Princess Daisy (デイジー姫 Deijī-hime?) is a recurring character in the Mario series. She is the spunky, cheerful, goofy and tomboyish princess of Sarasaland with an affinity for flowers, as her name implies. She is best friends with Peach.
- 1 Game appearances
- 1.1 Mario & Sonic series
- 1.1.1 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
- 1.1.2 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
- 1.1.3 Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
- 1.1.4 Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
- 1.1.5 Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
- 1.1.6 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
- 1.2 Super Smash Bros. series
- 1.1 Mario & Sonic series
- 2 External links
Mario & Sonic series
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
Like Peach, Daisy is a princess, although she comes from Sarasaland. Daisy is exceptionally fast and will perform well in all the Speed-based events, but her solid technique also will help her excel in some aquatics and gymnastics competitions.
— Princess Daisy's profile, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games website
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, Daisy appears as one of the playable characters in both the Wii and Nintendo DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new summer sports outfit in this title. In her fencing special, Daisy's flower power propels her forward, allowing her to jab rapidly. In her Table Tennis special, Daisy spins around with flower petals surrounding her paddle, and knocks the ball back covered in petals with increased speed.
In both versions of the game, Daisy has the following characteristics and icons:
In the Mission Mode in both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game, Daisy has to beat a set of five missions, which will unlock a final mission. Clearing all six missions will award the player with the Daisy Emblem. These missions include:
- Javelin Throw: Throw from as close to the foul line as possible! - Run at maximum speed and throw the javelin from as close to the foul line as possible 1 time(s)!
- Skeet: Shoot the fast targets! - Shoot down the fast targets!
- 400m Hurdles: Finish without knocking down hurdles! - Don't knock over any hurdles and finish with a time between 45 and 53 sec.!
- Vault: Recover from a stagger on landing! - Recover 2 times from a stagger on landing! (Control is automatic until the landing.)
- High Jump: Clear with jumps only. - Clear the bar without raising your body (without moving the Nunchuk upward) 2 time(s).
- Singles: Smash the ball to win! - Score 5 points with smashes! (Shots other than smashes aren't counted.)
- Nintendo DS:
- 400m Hurdles - Cross the finish line without knocking down a hurdle!
- Trampoline - Achieve seven GOOD ratings in your performance!
- Triple Jump - Achieve a GREAT rating in all three jumps!
- Dream Table Tennis - Successfully return three consecutive special shots!
- Dream Shooting - Shoot down only the balloons marked with Daisy's flower symbol!
- 100m Freestyle - Beat Blaze when she's in top condition!
in both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game, the player can also earn the Daisy Crown by getting all gold and 1st medals using Daisy.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Daisy is a playable character in both the Wii and Nintendo DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new winter sports outfit in this title. In the Wii and Nintendo DS version, Daisy also has the special skill, the Flower Power, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In both versions of the game, Daisy has the following characteristics and icons:
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In the Wii version of the game, a Mii costume based on Daisy can be unlocked in the game after winning five gold or/and 1st place medals in any Olympic/Dream Events with Daisy and then buying the costume in the boutique.
In Adventure Tours mode in the Nintendo DS version of the game, Daisy appears as one of the unlockable characters who can take part in the mode's sports events. She can be found in Blitzland where she was practicing her figure skating until Dr. Eggman and Bowser showed up and began established their lair there, forcing her into hiding. After being found by Sonic and Mario and explaining her story, she notices their "entourage". Spotting Blaze among them, Daisy has a conversation with her that leads to her challenging Blaze. From there, Daisy must be beaten in a Ultimate Figure Skating dream event with Blaze. After that, Daisy will join the player's team when she hears about a Chao's Freezalea patch in Ice Peak from Toad, which she wants to visit. Following that, Daisy will be needed in Icepeak, where she is presented to the Chao's Freezalea patch until a Kiki appears and starts tearing it up. Daisy is then prompted to engage in the "Chase off Kiki!" mini-game. Here, Daisy must hit a snowball-throwing Kiki with snowballs until it retreats within 45 seconds while avoiding the Chao. After clearing the mini-game, the Kiki will run away, opening a sealed gate in the overworld through which the player can go through in the process. Daisy is also needed when encountering a Lakitu in Icepeak. This Lakitu asks Daisy to complete his two missions in order to boost their popularity. In return, he will give her the Meteor Curling Stone, which is needed for future events. After Daisy clears the first mission, which is a Short Track event that must be completed in first place with no recovery zones, the player has to seek out the other mission in Blizland, which is an Intense Short Track event. In this event, Daisy must reach the goal without falling from the course. Once completed, the Lakitu will give Daisy the Meteor Curling Stone.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Daisy appears as one of the playable characters in both the Wii and Nintendo 3DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new sports outfit for swimming and gymnastic events in this title while keeping her winter outfit for Equestrian events and wearing her sports outfit from the original game for all other events. In the Wii version, Daisy also has the special skill, the Flower Power, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In this game, across both versions, Daisy has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats (Wii)||Class (3DS)||Special Skill||Flag|
In the Wii version of the game, Daisy also appears as an interactable character in London Party Mode. Here, the player can speak to her on two different occasions in order to play the minigames "Get that crown!" or "Stay on the marathon highway!" and earn stickers. Also, a Mii costume based on Daisy can be unlocked in the game by either winning it through a Scratch Card or paying ten blank cards.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Daisy belongs to the Girls class and can only take part in selected sports events for this class. In the game's story mode, Daisy was on her way through Hyde Park to go shopping when she decided to drop in on Peach, Amy, and Blaze while they were working on the athletes' invitations to the Olympic Games with three Toads. Hearing that they needed help, Daisy offered her aid, but when Amy heard that she planned to go shopping, she wanted to come along with Daisy. Daisy invited her to come along, but Peach and Blaze insisted that she stayed and helped them distribute the invitations. To settle this, Daisy and Peach made a deal: if Daisy could defeat Peach in an event, she could go shopping with Amy, but if Peach won, Daisy had to stay and help with the invitations. Daisy and Amy thus teamed up against Peach and Blaze. After Peach's duo won, she agreed to let them all take a break in Hyde Park first. When they returned however, the invitations had been blown away by the wind. Daisy and her group tried to regather the invitations, but discovered that Dr. Eggman and Bowser's invitations had been ruined after falling into the nearby lake. Peach and Amy thus decided to rewrite their invitations. Later on, after mailing the invitations, Daisy and Blaze arrived in Hyde Park, where they saw Eggman and Bowser walk away with letters. The duo soon after met Amy, Peach, and some Toads, who had been trying to deliver Eggman and Bowser's invitations to the two villains, only for the Toads to have lost the invitations. After Blaze deduced that Eggman and Bowser had already found and left with their invitations, Daisy had her group head out to go shopping with her to celebrate a job well done.
Later on, a dense pink fog would cover Hyde Park. There, Daisy found Amy in the fog. Both were later attacked by Fog Imposters of Peach and Blaze. Although Daisy and Amy managed to beat them, more began to appear. Daisy and Amy tried to run away from them, but eventually passed out. They were later found by Peach and Blaze, who awoke them and calmed them down, before reassuring them that they were the real ones. Daisy and Amy then decided to accompany Peach, Blaze, and the Toads after they spotted Rouge. Upon confronting Rouge, she threatened to imprison the girls in the fog and have the Fog Imposters take their place. After Rouge was defeated by Peach in an event though, the former admitted that she had no recollection of what she had been doing. Rouge then led everyone to a Fog Machine which Blaze destroyed. As the fog cleared, Daisy and her friends found out that Eggman had been using the fog to control Rouge's mind. Later, Mario, Luigi, and Toad arrived and found out from Rouge that Eggman had brainwashed her at the British Museum. As the heroes went to the museum, Daisy and her friends stayed with Rouge in Hyde Park. When a denser version of the fog later covered Hyde Park, Daisy cleared the park of it with the aid of Blaze, Peach, Amy, the Toads, and Rouge, which they reported back to Sonic and Mario about in an effort to support them as they faced the masterminds behind the fog: Eggman and Bowser. After everything had been resolved, Daisy would appear at the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, a badge of Daisy can also be obtained from the badge machine.
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Daisy appears as one of the playable characters. Appropriately, she wears her sports outfit from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games in this title. In this game, Daisy also has the special skill, the Flower Power, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In this game, Daisy has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Special Skill||Biography||Flag|
|Speed||Flower Power||A princess from Sarasaland who boasts excellent speed and considerable proficiency in many events.|
In Legends Showdown, Daisy is on the second team, along with Luigi, Shadow and Vector Also, a Mii costume based on Daisy can be unlocked in the game by finishing first with a lead of at least three seconds in Snowboard Cross.
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Daisy appears as a playable character in the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and arcade version of the game. Appropriately, she wears her winter outfit for Equestrian events, her gymnastics and swimming outfit from Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games for rhythmic and water-based events, and her sports outfit from the original game for all other events.
In the Wii U version of the game, Daisy is available from the beginning and playable in all events. Also, Mii costume sets based on Daisy in her regular Olympic costume and her winter costume can be unlocked in the game by completing Daisy's Carnival Challenge. However, each set must be collected in two separate parts, each with their own stat changes.
In the Wii U version of the game, Daisy has the following characteristics, description and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Biography||Flag|
|Speed||6.5||8||3.5||All events||The peppy princess from Sarasaland is having a blast at the Olympic Games! In her downtime, she plans to chow down at fine restaurants and maybe get a little shopping in with Peach.|
In the Road to Rio mode in the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Daisy appears frequently as a main character in Mario's story where she supports the Mii, typically alongside Peach.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Daisy is available from the beginning and has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Challenged in Road to Rio?|
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In the arcade edition of the game, Daisy belongs to the main roster of characters. However, in the Japanese arcade version, she needs to be unlocked. In this version, Daisy has the following characteristics:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Recommended Event(s)|
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Daisy plays a role in the story mode. In this mode, Daisy went to the Ariake Gymnastics Centre with Tails, but they split up along the way. While warming up for the Floor Exercise event though, Daisy met Luigi and Amy, who were looking for Tails. After telling them what she knew about Tails' whereabouts, Daisy would answer a challenge from Amy. After being defeated, Daisy would ask Luigi of why he was looking for Tails. Learning that Sonic, Mario, and Toad were trapped inside the Tokyo '64 gaming system with Dr. Eggman and Bowser, Daisy joined Luigi's party to find Tails. When the Tokyo '64 later fell into the possession of Bowser Jr., Daisy took on Rouge in Sports Climbing when she promised to have Bowser Jr. hand over the Tokyo '64 if she lost. Though Daisy won, Bowser Jr. ran off with the Tokyo '64 while they were occupied. Later, when on the hunt for gold medals, Daisy volunteered to take Peach on in an Archery event, which Daisy won. Eventually, after getting everyone out of the Tokyo '64 and having resolved everything, Daisy would join Blaze in front of a camera as the Olympic Games were ready to commence.
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Daisy is only playable in the 2020 events and has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Skill Type||Biography||Wears unique clothing|
|Speed||The Princess of Sarasaland. She is cheerful, active, and always full of energy.||✓|
In the arcade version of the game, Daisy is only playable in the 2020 events and has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Wears unique clothing|
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Daisy does not appear as a playable fighter. However, Princess Peach has a recolor that mimics the pallet design of Daisy's model. Also, when selecting the random button for the player's name and the stage's name, Daisy's name pops up by chance as "DAISY".
Daisy also makes a few appearances as a Trophy and two Stickers:
|Image||Name||Page||ID||Area of Effect||Effect||User|
|Daisy (Super Mario Strikers)||Daisy (Mario Smash Football)||12||34||Leg||Attack +5||Everyone|
|Peach & Daisy (Mario Party 7)||30||75||Leg||Attack +27||Peach,|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Daisy does not appear as a playable fighter. However, Princess Peach once again has a palette swap that mimics the pallet design of Daisy's model. Also, Daisy, in her baseball appearance, appears as an item in Smash Tour in the Wii U version. Additionally, a Daisy wig is also available as an accessory for all the Mii Fighters.
Each version of the game also comes with their own Trophies of Daisy:
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
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In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy made her first appearance as a playable fighter in the Super Smash Bros. series. In this game, Daisy must be unlocked by completing any one of following objectives:
- Play VS. matches, with Daisy being the 28th character to be unlocked. Daisy must then be defeated on .
- Clear Classic Mode with Fox or anyone in his unlock tree, being the fifth character unlocked after Falco. Daisy must then be defeated on Figure-8 Circuit.
- Have Daisy join the player's party in World of Light.
In gameplay, Daisy is Peach's "Echo Fighter", meaning Daisy's moveset, animations, and general properties are mostly derived from Peach's. Out on the battlefield, she is a fairly light-weighted character and her gameplay mechanics are hardly any different from Peach's, although she has a number of aesthetic differences, some of which includes standing and running animations and floral effects instead of Peach's heart effects. She also has Peach's Floating Jump and utilization of Toads for a couple of her moves. Like Peach, she can also pull vegetables out of the ground when performing her special down move, which can turn out to be a Bob-omb or a in rare cases, or just a vegetable that can inflict different amounts of damage depending on the face on it. On her own, Daisy has below-average horizontal mobility, poor jumping height, and floaty mechanics, but she also has a second-best air acceleration in this title. She also has a great aerial game thanks to her floating ability, which also makes it difficult to punish her under normal circumstances and allows her to attack foes' shields without much fear of reprisal. Her floating ability also increases her mobility movement options, and aids her with her off-stage presence. Her neutral aerial is also quite fast and deals great damage, and her back aerial is both a fast startup and follow-up attack despite its ending lag. In comparison to her aerial attacks however, Daisy's ground attacks are less effective, being fast but lacking in power. Her dash attack is also relatively fast and decently disjointed, her grab moves are decent, and her smash attacks are potent in their own right and with reasonable range. Despite these options though, Daisy has a number of her own weaknesses; she can be overwhelmed when executing some of her attacks, her floating ability make it hard for her to land and vulnerable to aerial attacks, she lacks agility to approach fighters, and her recovery, while very good, leaves her vulnerable. Additionally, her vegetables, being item projectiles, can be picked up by opponents and used against her.
In the Adventure Mode of the game, "World of Light", Daisy was one of the many fighters (aside from Kirby, who had managed to escape) who got captured byso that he could clone them and create puppet fighters for evil spirits to control. Daisy was later one of the many fighters that fell under 's control upon Galeem's first defeat. During the Adventure Mode, several puppet fighters of Daisy are used for spirit battles. An evil version of Daisy can be fought and defeated so that the true Daisy can be awoken and join the fight to defeat Galeem and Dharkon.
In this game, Daisy also appears as a Fighter Spirit with the following characteristics:
|6||Daisy||Super Mario Series||