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Princess Peach, also known as Princess Toadstool in her earliest games (Super Mario Bros (1985)- Super Mario Role Playing Game: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996) is the kind hearted princess of Mushroom Kingdom. She is also great friends with Princess Daisy and is known for often getting kidnapped by Bowser, although this has been played with more in recent years.
Princess Peach appears as a supporting character in Super Mario Superstar. She is kidnapped by Bowser yet again and is held for ransom in Bowser's galactic empire. After she is saved, she becomes a playable character.
In Super Princess Peach: Mushroom Kingdom's Drought, Peach needs to save her Kingdom from a drought. She find that King Goomba stole the water supply. Peach and her parasol Perry encounters many enemies and bosses in order to get the water supply back to her Toads at Mushroom Kingdom.
In Super Mario Wars II: Mario Vs. Luigi, Peach has a different role depending on whose side the player joins. She fights alongside Mario against Luigi. She serves as Daisy's rival in this game, as opposed her friend as in most other appearances.
Peach appears the second boss in Mario Guitar World in the Amateur Story Mode, and will be unlocked as a playable character once beaten.
Peach appears as a playable character in Mario's Batter-Up Baseball.
- Team name: Peach Monarchs
- Alternative colorations: None
- Speed: 7/10
- Batting: 4/10
- Pitching: 5/10
- Fielding: 7/10
- Good chemistry with: Mario, Luigi, Daisy, Toad, Toadette, Toadsworth, Baby Peach
In Super Mario Destiny, Peach will be accidentally transported to the future with Mario and Luigi. She is first attacked by a dark figure, but later helps Mario in his quest. She floats after jumping, and uses a parasol instead of a punch or spin.
Peach is the captain of the Peach Royals team on the Wii multiplayer sport game Mario Rugby League. Her team is more skill-based than other characters', and she has the ability to shield with a Toad to prevent tackles.
Peach appears in every game in the Mario Singalong! series. She has also been a selectable avatar for karaoke mode in every game. In Mario Singalong Superstar! she has been kidnapped by Bowser again and this time hidden behind a Music Door which Mario must find to rescue her. This becomes a recurring plot in the series, with similar events ensuing in Mario Singalong Country!, Mario Singalong Down Under!, and in Mario Singalong Rocks! In the latter title, she is kidnapped alongside Daisy. In Mario Singalong Legends! Princess Peach and her friends are teleported to Hyrule, and she is kidnapped by Ganondorf instead of Bowser.
She does not get kidnapped in every entry of the Mario Singalong! series however. In Mario Singalong Boys vs Girls! she sets up an obstacle course around her castle to train Mario, and in Mario Singalong Disney! she strikes up a good friendship with Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck.
Peach appears in Super Mario Rocket Baseball, as a starter character and a captain.
Peach appears once again in the redesigned version of the original Super Mario series, The Legacy of Mario. Her personality has changed little in this title, as has her role as a damsel in distress. She also appears in the game's sequel, The Legacy of Mario: The Odyssey Prologue.
Peach makes a cameo appearance in Pikachu's Final Destiny. She appears alongside Bowser in the Ocean Island area.
Peach makes a number of appearances in the RenarioExtreme series. Like in the main Mario titles, Peach is often shown residing in her castle before being kidnapped by Bowser and requesting the aid of Mario.
Peach makes a rather prominent appearance in The Mushroom Kingdom Ends With You, replacing Joshua from the original The World Ends With You. As such, she appears as Mario's partner during the second cycle.
Peach is in reality the Composer, as well as the one who shot Mario in the UG. She reveals that all the times Mario saved her were simply tests to decide if he was worthy to be her Proxy. She was going to destroy not only going to destroy Mushibuya, but the entire Mushroom Kingdom. She changed her mind though, after Mario and his friends proved it was worth saving. She then returned Mario, Luigi, and Wario to life.
Sloppy Peach takes the typical role as the damsel in distress in Super Sloppy Bros.
Peach was released as a playable character in the downloadable content released for New Super Mario Bros. Wii. Should someone play as Peach, any time where she would normally appear as the damsel in distress instead has Daisy take her place.
Peach becomes an unlockable playable character in Super Mario 3D Land: Fun with Friends. To unlock her, the player must defeat Bowser at World 8-Final Castle. She can float in the air much like she could in Super Mario Bros. 2, and falls at a slower speed than Mario.
Peach is a playable character in Super Princess Peach: Wardrobe Warriors. She uses her biker jumpsuit from Mario Kart Wii. The suit has a Balloon Suit add on that makes her able to bounce around when she performs a Ground Pound. She's also the fastest of the three.
Peach appears as one of the twenty-four playable characters available in both the Wii and Nintendo 3DS versions of Super Mario Hover Race. She is a default character in this appearance, much like she is in the Mario Kart series.
Peach appears as a playable character in Mario Kart 8 Wii U. Her special move is Triple Heart.
- Speed: 3.5
- Acceleration: 3.5
- Drift: 2.5
- Handling: 2
- Off-Road: 3.5
Peach appears as one of the fifty playable characters in Mario Kart Wii 2.0. She is classified as a Medium-weight character in this title, as opposed to a Light-weight like in several other Mario Kart games.
In New Super Mario Bros U 2: Return to the Mushroom World, Peach is a playable character and goes with Mario, Luigi and Toad to save the Mushroom Kings from Bowser and Metal Mario. Like in Super Mario Bros 2, she has the ability to float for a brief time.
Peach serves as the main protagonist in the film The Rage of Bowser: A Mario Movie. Her future self goes back in time to 1983 in order to save Mario and Luigi from death in order to change the future events and stop Bowser from taking over the Mushroom Kingdom. Near the end of the film, the future-Peach sacrifices herself to save the Mario Bros., and in turn is killed by the future version of Dry Bowser who followed her back in time. Her final appearance in the film is as a teenager, whom the Mario Bros. meet with after defeating both the Bowsers from the future and the modern eras.
Peach serves multiple roles in Super Mario and the Ludu Tree. The game's plot sees her fulfilling the damsel-in-distress role as she normally does, but following the game's completion she is unlocked as a playable character in both the Solo and Multiplayer game modes.
Princess Peach is kidnapped during the events of New Super Mario Bros.: Clash of the Koopas. In the beginning of the game she throws a party in her castle where the Mario Bros., Toads, and other citizens of the Mushroom Kingdom gather. The party is interrupted by Bowser Jr. and the Koopa Troop, and she is captured by a mysterious Koopa whose appearance is similar to that of Bowser.
In a strange turn of events, Princess Peach appears alongside Princess Daisy and Rosalina as one of the main antagonists of Super Toads: The Snow Galaxies. She wields her pink parasol in battle, and summons Poison Mushrooms to deal damage.
In Lets-a-go, Mario, Princess Peach is flung into Bowser's Castle by a strategically shot cannonball. Just as in Paper Mario, the player gets to control her and explore Bowser's Castle in-between each world.
In Super Mario Bros. V Princess Peach once again serves as the damsel in distress throughout most of the game. She is first kidnapped by Evil Bowser before being captured by Bowser. After the completion of World 20, Peach becomes a playable character.
Peach appears as one of the seven Super Mario guest characters in the weapon-based fighting game Mother Darkness. Peach wields her parasol in battle, and uses has a gymnastic-like fighting style with graceful movements.
Peach appears here as supporting character in Super Mario and Friends: Zennu Quest. She and Princess Zelda host Nintendo's 125th anniversary party in her castle. When all guests became angry due to Mario's disappearance, Link and Sonic left to locate him at her request.
Mario Galaxy Riders series
Peach is one of the default playable characters in Mario Galaxy Riders. In both the ground and starfighter combat battles, she uses Luma powers and her Heart Sword to hack and slash away at enemies. She, Mario and Bowser Jr. take full responsibility for the alliance between the Mushroom and Koopa Kingdoms.
In the sequel, Mario Galaxy Riders II: Journey To the Darkest Stars, Peach gets into a sword battle with her Cosmic Self. After barely relieving Cosmic Peach of her sword at the cost of the Real Peach's left forearm - severed above the elbow, Cosmic Peach claims SHE is Peach's granddaughter before Peach escapes. At the end, she gets a new prosthetic left forearm (organic or cybernetic) to replace the one that was lopped off.
In Mario and Sonic, Peach is a playable character with a concurrent story alongside the main heroes. She, Daisy, Rosalina, Pauline, Toadette, Birdo, Candy Kong and Dixie Kong meet up with Amy Rose, Cream, Blaze, Rouge, Wave, Cosmo, Cheese and Sticks in the Real World. She and Amy Rose lead the others in having to go globetrotting to find parts for a gateway that will take them across time and space to help the boys save Spectropia from the grips of Bowser and Dr. Eggman.
During the events of Super Mario Bros.: Legend of the Chaos Star, Princess Peach was captured alongside many others when Bowser once again seized control of her castle. After reading entries in Bowser's diary regarding his crush on Peach, Dimentia, one of the two dimension-bending jester twins that was recruited into the Koopa Troop, gave Bowser a love potion. Not only would this potion cause Peach to forget about Mario and fall in love with Bowser, but it would also become permanent within twenty-four hours of its use. After gaining this knowledge, Bowser decided to test the potion on Peach right away. Much to the Koopa King's delight and Daisy's disgust, the potion ended up working.
Daisy and Tiptron tried to get Peach to come to her senses, but to no avail. Along with a declaration that she intended to marry Bowser and rule the universe alongside him, Peach ended up having Daisy and Tiptron thrown into one of the Bowser castle dungeons shortly afterwards (while still having recollection of them), further demonstrating how evil she had become under the potion's influence.
Princess Peach appears in Captain Toad: Pokémon Trainer. She is the one who asked Professor E. Gadd to give Captain Toad and Toadette their Starter Pokémon. E. Gadd stated her to be "one of the kingdom's strongest trainers", but Toadsworth is always worried about her. Peach started the investigation and the fight against Team Shell, but when she saw that Captain Toad and Toadette hold the capacity to defeat the villains, she revealed herself to be a member of the Royal Four and left the job of defeating Team Shell to them. After Captain Toad and Toadette defeating Team Shell, she and other members of the Royal Four can be challenged. She specializes in Fairy and Water type Pokémon. Her room is located at her castle's secret tower, between the Pokémon Center and Princess Daisy's room.
Though it is not known what Peach was up to prior to the events of the Super Mario Bros.: Plumbers Unite, she does get some screen-time in the CGI prologue. The morning after the Wario Bros. are arrested under the false accusations of robbing the royal vault (followed by the Mario Bros. being arrested for not trying to stop them), Peach is seen alongside several Toad Guards, and is the one who tasks the four plumbers with scouring the entire kingdom and collecting every cent of the stolen treasure. After they oblige and set off on their quest, Peach silently retires to her bedroom and plops onto her bed, expressing a slight doubt that Mario would truly commit such a crime, and wondering if someone else could possibly be responsible. Though Peach herself is not seen again until much later, it is stated that she was kidnapped by Bowser while the heroes were on their journey. After a long battle, the Koopa King's shell is sent flying into the bars of Peach's cage, setting her free and prompting her to kiss both Mario and Luigi like she normally does. She then sees Wario and Waluigi making gestures that imply their desire for a kiss as well. She is at first hesitant to do so, but Mario explains that they have been just as heroic as he and Luigi had, and agrees. However, when she tries to kiss Waluigi, his nose hits her in the face, followed by a loud cracking sound that implies that she broke her nose. And when she tries to kiss Wario on the nose, he grabs her waist and dips her instead , followed by a juicy kiss on the lips, which causes Peach to recoil at the taste of his breath. She vows to never kiss the two again, prompting Mario and Luigi to laugh as the five make their way back home. After the credits, Peach publicly declares that after proving their innocence, the Mario Bros. have had the charges erased from their criminal records, and the Wario Bros. have been rewarded with a portion of the castle's treasure.
Peach appears in Super Mario Moose as the damsel in distress, having been kidnapped by Bowser yet again. She reappears in the same capacity in Super Mario Moose Deluxe. Peach was originally intended to be a playable character in the original Super Mario Moose, though this idea was scrapped.
- Main article: Peach (Calamity)
Peach reappears as a playable veteran character in Super Smash Bros. Calamity, with a new moveset. In addition to several other changes, she now uses Perry from Super Princess Peach in her side, up and down special moves. Oddly, despite having a turnip in her art, Peach does not use any turnips in her new moveset.
Peach appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch as a default playable character and the captain of the Peach Royals. She is a Technical-type character, and her special move is known as Heart Ball. She shares good chemistry with Princess Daisy, who also serves as her default partner, while having bad chemistry with Bowser Jr.
Peach appears in Jake's Super Smash Bros. as a playable character. While some of Peach's special moves return (namely her neutral and down specials), Peach has also seen multiple other changes in order to better represent certain aspects of her character. Among these is giving her Perry from Super Princess Peach instead of a basic pink parasol, and having Perry assist her in her new up special move Poundbrella, which acts as a sort of ground pound similar to Kirby's Hi-Cutter move. Perhaps Peach's most drastic change is the introduction of a new Final Smash attack, which, like Mario's, is now based upon an attack she can perform in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
|The Mushroom Kingdom's regal ruler is none other than the elegant Princess Peach. Living in a giant castle and ruling over a legion of loyal, happy Toads, she's the most well-known and popular Mushroom Kingdomite. Peach has a problem with being kidnapped by the Koopa King, Bowser, though for what reason is anyone's guess. That's not to say Peach doesn't let herself get kidnapped, in fact she has fought against Bowser (or whoever else may have imprisoned her) on multiple occasions, sometimes teaming up with her knight in shining armour, Mario, or otherwise working alone while she waits for him to defeat her captor.|
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|Throughout the Super Mario series, Princess Peach is commonly associated with hearts, and the colour pink. Couple that feminine affinity with her sparsely displaying some sort of magical abilities and you get attacks like Peach's side special move: Heart Shot. Of course, sometimes more... basic attacks can do the job instead; everyone knows that Princess Peach isn't above chucking turnips to defeat enemies, just as she's done in Super Mario Bros. 2.|
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|Unbefitting Peach's more regal and elegant aura, Super Mario RPG gave Princess Peach the ability to rain Bob-ombs down upon all of her opponents. A devastating attack, made even more unsettling by how cheerfully Peach calls upon this Bob-omb storm. In Super Smash Bros., she'll pluck a large Bob-omb from the ground as if it were just another turnip, surprising all enemies when they then get caught in a deadly hurricane of explosions.|
Peach has a major supporting role in Super Mario Quartz. After being kidnapped by Bowser Jr. at the start of the game, she is quickly rescued by Mario in the Zen Kingdom after he defeats Pink Gold Peach. For a large portion of the game, she pilots the Odyssey with help from Tiara, and the player is able to talk to her at most points during the story.
After Mario defeats Iceburn in the Volcano Kingdom and returns to the Odyssey with Pauline, Tiara reveals to Mario that Bowser Jr. returned and managed to kidnap Peach once again. With Pauline now aboard, Tiara drives the Odyssey to Bowser Jr's Kingdom, where Mario must navigate the amusement park until he reaches the top of the Bowser Statue, where he faces off against Bowser Jr. and Kamek, followed immediately by Bowser. Upon defeating the three Koopas, Mario reunites with Peach, and the two of them, as well as Pauline, witness Cappy and Tiara sacrifice themselves to destroy Bowser's ultimate weapon.
After the credits, Peach decides to take Mario to the Space Kingdom, where he meets with Rosalina to find a way to bring back Cappy and Tiara. Mario completes a quest and Peach appears with him when Cappy and Tiara reappear. Peach is overjoyed to be with Tiara once again and she spends the remainder of the game inside the Odyssey.
Peach appears as one of the twelve starting characters in Super Mario Battle. For her moveset see here.
Main article: Peach/Smash Bros. Emerald
Peach appears as an unlockable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Emerald. She is reasonably light, but her attacks are still powerful. She is from the Mario series. She is categorized as #13 and her home stage is Peach's Castle and her final smash is Peach Heart.
Peach appears as an unlockable playable character in Super Mario's Split Kingdom. She is unlocked by being released from her castle alongside Luigi. She can hover in the air for a short time.
Peach appears as a playable character in Mario Tennis: Heroes Vs Villains. She is a technical character having great accuracy but easy to knock back. Her zone shots are mid-air float (Peach hovers over the ground a short distance forwards or backwards) and Peach Bomber (Peach performs her Peach Bomber from the Super Smash Bros. series to the left or right). Peach’s Special Shot is Floatbrella Shot in which she pulls out Terry who activated her floatbrella ability to allow Peach to float delicately through the sky so she may hit the ball. Her villain is Bowser Jr. and her Hero Special Shot is Toad Stampede where she points her finger forward and hundreds of Toads stampede Bowser Jr. If Bowser Jr. uses his Hero Shot Cancel the Toads will look at Bowser Jr. and become scared and run the other way.
Peach (ピーチ, Peach) is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Revolution. Peach was revealed in the December Nintendo Direct 2020 reveal of the game, along with fellow Mario series fighter Bowser. Peach is similar to her previous appearances, but to spice her up, Peach has a new Vibe Swings mechanic. Likewise to Ultimate, her competitive results are really good, despite her nerfs, tying in with her Joy Vibe making things easier to chain moves into one another. To learn more about Peach, check out Peach (Revolution).
Princes Peach is one of the fifteen starting fighters in Scheming Plans. She is a defensive fighter who is lower tier, but she has some unique schemes.
Peach is one of the starting characters from Super Mario franchise.
Peach appears in Nintendo Emoji Match as a playable character. Peach's power is; Peach floats up with her umbrella clearing emojis in her path. Peach is a common character and can be unlocked by battling Peach in battle mode, finding in a ? Block , or finding in a Hyrulian Chest. Peach has three alternate costumes Wedding Peach, Tennis Peach, and Leotard Peach. If Peach is leveled up to level 20 he can evolve into Cat Peach if the player wishes.
Peach appears inSuper Mario: Emoji Battle as a playable emoji. Peach is one of four starter characters the player can choose from alongside Mario, Luigi, and Toad. Peach's Special is: Peach clears a heart shape of emojis on the board. Peach's Attack Special is: Peach floats down the middle of the opponent's board using her parasol grabbing any ? Blocks she passes. Peach is a common emoji that can be unlocked by opening a ? Block, opening a Brick Block, or battling Peach in Character Battles. Peach's favorite item is the Peach's Parasol. If Peach has the SMB2 Mushroom Item equipped his Special will change to: Peach picks up and throws a Banzai Bill which clears emojis in its path. Peach's emoji can be fought in the following Character Battles: Peach and Daisy. Peach's Badge can be unlocked by unlocking Peach, attacking three different opponents with parasol themed Special Attacks, and playing a match against Bowser.
- "It's-a-Peach!" - Super Mario Strikers
- "Mario, get lost! I will not...oh, you defeated Mario didn't you?" - Super Mario Bros. 2010
- "Toadsworth, I can run the kingdom. I am a princess after all. You worry too much." - Super Mario Bros. 2010
- "Welcome Luigi. I trust you're here to fight?"- Super Luigi Wii
- "Thank you for fighting today!"- Super Luigi Wii
- " I am the princess"- Mario Party 8
- "I let anyone suffer anymore. I am the Dark!" -SPP RPG: The Light Returns
- " Mario, he got me! Please, save me or the world won't return to peace!" - Super Mario Legends
- "Here We go!" - Mario the Fighters
- "Dear Mario: Please come to the castle. I've baked a cake for you. Yours truly -- Princess toadstool. Peach" - Super Mario 64
- "This is fun!" - Super Smash Bros. series
- "Awww, did I win?" - Super Smash Bros. series.
- In Mother Darkness, she has a command list similar to Lili from the Tekken franchise.
- In DeathBattle she defeated Zelda due to her strength, combat experience and having more spin-offs.
- In New Super Koopa Bros., she is the boss of World 1, only to be defeated by Lakithunder (due to his speed, agility, and intelligence). The Koopa then posses the princess to turn her into Miss P. After that, Miss P kisses Lakithunder all over, leaving her lipstick kisses on him.
- In her Miss P form, Princess Peach wears sunglasses and a Lightning Bolt on her head (New Super Koopa Bros. only).
- In Super Mario Exploration, she mostly speaks Italian.
- It's unclear her relationship with Mario or Bowser really is, despite the fact she rejected both of them in Super Mario Odyssey.
|An amiibo figure of Peach exists! For more info about this amiibo, see this page.|
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