Peach whimpered blissfully as he gently squeezed them. Although Mei Ling considers it somewhat romantic that someone's always there for her even in the worst situations, Snake was less than impressed, bluntly stating that Mario should be smart enough to tell Peach to stop getting herself kidnapped, with Mei Ling then inferring that Snake doesn't get much dates for that reason. During that time, Bowser Jr.
During the party, a Toad guards her room, preventing anybody from entering it. However if Mario keeps asking to enter, he eventually gives up and allows Mario inside. When the castle is taken over by Bowser , Princess Peach is kept captive in her room, and the door is constantly guarded.
The room has a secret passage through the fireplace, which is accessed by flipping a switch hidden by a nearby painting. The passage connects directly to a room that Bowser is using for himself. Throughout the events of the game, Peach uses the passage to sneak out of the room and explore the castle.
If she is ever caught by a Koopatrol , she is immediately brought back to her room. Princess Shroob , disguised as Princess Peach, was brought to the room when Mario and Luigi found her with a Shroob Mushroom covering her face. Bowser, also believing her to be Peach, kidnaps her before falling into a Time Hole that leads to Thwomp Volcano. Ads keep the MarioWiki independent and free: Retrieved from " https: Legend of the Seven Stars Places.
Peach's second appearance was in Mario Party DS , in which she and her friends answer a fake invitation from Bowser and then are unfortunately shrunken to the size of chess pieces. Depending on who she is teamed up with will determine their team name.
The most recent Mario Party series appearance for Peach is Super Mario Party ; like with the other characters in this installment, she has her own Dice Block , which allows her to roll between 0, 2, 4, 4, 4, and 6.
Mario Party 3 was the final Mario series installment overall for Peach to wear her classic main dress. Peach appeared as Mario's partner in the Modern version of Octopus , where she waited in a boat for Mario to retrieve treasure in a sunken ship while avoiding the titular creature. If the player succeeds in getting back to the boat with treasure, she is overjoyed to see Mario. Donkey Kong had kidnapped her, and Mario had to rescue her.
Peach was also the main character of the modern version of Chef , where she had to flip sausages, bacon, and eggs, without letting them fall.
Aside from the game above, Peach also hosted with Mario the Gift Mode of the Gallery section, where she alongside Mario explains how to unlock more items as well as what is unlocked if one meets the requirements. Aside from this, she also reprises her role in the Modern versions of Chef, Donkey Kong, and Octopus minigames.
Aside from this, she also appears in some preview animations for some games if the player selects a game yet does not start. In particular, she appears in the animation for Donkey Kong and Chef. In the animation for Donkey Kong, Peach is watching with admiration Mario trying to balance on a barrel. However, this ended up turning out badly when Mario started rolling out of control, forcing Peach to flee until Donkey Kong unwittingly saves Peach by standing in front of the barrel, sending Mario flying, as Peach admires Donkey Kong.
In the animation for Chef, Peach flips some eggs to Mario who is clearly waiting to be fed. Although Mario manages to eat three pieces of egg, several more end up falling down with Peach flipping them to Mario's table at a quick enough rate that Mario ultimately ended up buried underneath the eggs, clearly overwhelmed by the amount, before Yoshi comes in and eats all the eggs, and takes a stunned Mario away.
In the Mario Tennis series , Peach is a Technique character, who depends on strategy since she is not that strong. In Mario Tennis , even though Peach is Technique, she leans more towards all-around.
This is because of her height to reach the ball, and her speed and ability to send the ball over the net. In the game's intro, Peach participates in the tournament, where she wins against Birdo to advance to the semi-finals, but loses to Luigi in the following semi-final match.
In the Game Boy Color version of the game , she appears on her castle, narrating the game. Daisy is at her side all the time. Her most notable attribute is her control over the ball, allowing her to make sharp hits that touch the sides of the court.
Being taller than Mario, she has slightly above average reach. Her biggest disadvantage is her lack of power; her serve is among the weakest in the game. She is also a tad slow, and her lunge is only average. Peach's home turf is the Peach Dome , which is the same place where trophies get handed out when participants win tournaments. Peach appears in a few of the trophy ceremonies for specified characters when players choose Singles Tournaments. In the event that Peach herself wins a Singles Tournament, her respective trophies are handed out by Mario and Luigi.
She has them escorted by Mario and Toadsworth on her private plane. For Mario Tennis Open , Peach returns as one of the starting participants. Her home court is now called Peach's Palace , which is a carpet court. She uses her usual tennis clothes in this game. She has the same stats as she had in Mario Power Tennis ; she is still a technique player.
Players can buy an entire Peach gear set from the shop for their Miis , as well as unlocking a Peach costume after they have collected at least eight-hundred points in Ring Shot, one of the four Special Games. Peach appears once again as a default playable character in Mario Tennis: She retains her stats as a Technique character from the two previous Mario Tennis installments before this one.
Peach's amiibo can be used as well, and serves as a doubles partner that can be trained by the player. It has been requested that this section be rewritten and expanded to cover her role in Adventure Mode. Peach returns in Mario Tennis Aces , where she is again a playable character. Her Special Shot involves her forming a heart with her racket and hitting the ball.
After winning the tournament with Mario, she was to be "bequeathed" alongside the judges who were Wario and Waluigi in disguise with the enchanted racket Lucien. However, Luigi ended up intercepting the racket, and ended up possessed alongside Wario and Waluigi. She alongside Daisy then learned from Toad after being pressured by the latter about the Kingdom of Bask and the racket's possible connection to it. Peach stayed at what remained of the stadium at Toad's request alongside Daisy, citing that Lucien alongside the possessed Wario, Waluigi, and Luigi would have exploited their absence to attack the stadium again if they had accompanied Mario and Toad, requesting only that they don't get themselves into extremely dangerous situations.
Just prior to Mario and Toad's return, she alongside Daisy received a flyer advertising that Team Mario face Team Luigi at Marina Stadium for the five Power Stones, and revealed as much to them upon their return after learning of what they've discovered. Peach, Daisy, and Mario were initially unsure whether they could even beat Lucien, until Astren informs them of how Lucien only controls weak-willed individuals, and also had portions of King Bask's powers donated among them to allow them a fighting chance at defeating them and freeing them from Lucien's control.
Peach and Daisy then fought Wario and Waluigi while Mario faced Luigi, ultimately succeeding in freeing them. Unfortunately, their victory is short lived by Bowser stealing Lucien. Peach attempts to warn Bowser against stealing it, and implies he's possessed by it, although Bowser makes clear he was stealing it of his own free will and intending to settle his rivalry with Mario with it before leaving for the depths of Bask Ruins.
After Mario defeated the resulting fusion between the two, Bowcien , Peach congratulated Mario for surpassing the odds, and also reflects that true power is to be used for protect instead of controlling others. Peach was also available to play as in the game's online tournament demo, where she was available from the start. While being held captive in her own room in the castle, a Star Kid named Twink come to help her, and together they find a secret passage out of her room.
Peach sabotages Bowser's plots by supplying Mario with a relatively constant stream of information, using Twink as her messenger. She also uses a special treasure chest, where she could store items, and Mario could fetch them at the chest's counterpart at Shooting Star Summit.
Peach wins a Sneaky Parasol , which allows her to disguise herself as one of Bowser's guards. She could use the parasol to become a Koopatrol , a Clubba and a Hammer Bro. However, her disguise is lifted by Kammy Koopa as Kammy recognizes Peach. After his defeat, Bowser grabs the princess and runs to the roof of the castle.
He then uses the Star Rod to make himself completely invincible. Princess Peach and Twink get into a fight with Kammy Koopa, and defeat her.
Peach then wishes that her kingdom would remain safe. Twink and Peach add their power to the Star Beam , then called Peach Beam , enabling it to break Bowser's invincibility.
Bowser finally is defeated and Peach's castle returns to its original spot in Toad Town. During the celebrations, she also proceeds to inform the gathered guests about how the Star Haven has been fully restored after Bowser's defeat, and expresses hope for peace for a long time to come before formally announcing the beginning of the celebrations. After the Victory Parade , Mario takes Peach to his place to watch the fireworks. A character named " A gossip-loving Toad " posts gossips about Princess Peach on the back side of the notice board in Toad Town.
Before the events of Paper Mario: At the market, she meets an old saleswoman, presumably one of the Shadow Sirens. They decide that Peach is the best body for the Shadow Queen to possess.
They give Peach the Magical Map , as she has a pure heart, which is needed to be able to open the chest of the map. Before this happened, however, Peach has already sent the Magical Map to Mario, inviting him on a treasure hunt. Peach is taken to the X-Naut Fortress on the Moon.
While both Mario and Bowser, who is unsuccessful, search for the Crystal Stars to rescue her, the princess become active herself in the fortress. The base's main computer, the TEC-XX , falls in love with her due to a short circuit in its system, and betrays Grodus to help Peach escape. He allows her to send an e-mail to Mario at regular intervals. By the computer's orders, Peach dresses up as an X-Naut to question Grodus, and also make for herself an invisibility potion to find out even more about Grodus's plans.
Mario follows them and meets up with Grodus in the room right where the tomb of the Shadow Queen rests. Grodus confronts Mario, and is ready to kill Peach if Mario makes a false move.
However, Bowser crashes through the ceiling and falls on Grodus. While Mario and Bowser are fighting, Grodus takes Peach down to the tomb and offers her as a body for the Shadow Queen. The demon then possesses Peach, she but refuses to take Grodus's orders and nearly kills him instead. The Shadow Queen engages the battle with Mario and his partners; however, she believes Peach's body is too weak and returns to her true form for the final battle.
Peach is able to give powers to Mario for this, with the Shadow Queen having no choice but to do so thanks to inhabiting her body. She can now talk out of the Shadow Queen's body as the demon is weakened by the encouraging voices of the entire population of the Magical Map's world, which are taken to the basement of the Palace of Shadow by the magic of the Crystal Stars.
In the end, the Shadow Queen is defeated and Peach is restored. Post-game, Peach remains in the mainland of the Mushroom Kingdom while Mario, Luigi, and Toadsworth return to Rogueport to find another treasure.
Between Chapters 2 and 3 of the game, one of his posters, which is life-sized, is mistaken by Bowser as the real thing. Bleck forces Peach and Bowser to marry, as doing this is the only way to form the evil Chaos Heart , which would destroy the world. As Luigi, who is attending the wedding, stomps on the Chaos Heart in an attempt to stop it, everything is destroyed.
Peach falls from the sky into Flipside ; although she is temporarily unconscious when Mario find her, she recovers and joins the team after Mario gives her some Spicy Soup. Peach can float and shield herself from enemies using her parasol. Luigi and Bowser later join the cause, although Bowser has to be convinced by Peach and Mario first.
She eventually is sent to the Overthere after Dimentio seemingly vaporized her as well as Bowser and Mario, and ended up unknowingly eating a Golden Apple which left her in a deep sleep. She is eventually awoken after Mario fed her a Black Apple to forcibly wake her up. Over time, Peach and the rest of the gang eventually make it to Count Bleck's lair. In Chapter , Mimi , a loyal minion of Count Bleck, taunts her for having been kidnapped so many times and for being rescued by plumbers instead of just rescuing herself.
Peach and Mimi battle soon after. When Peach wins, a trap door is activated and Mimi falls through it. However, Peach saves her. The two fall down the shaft and are believed to be lost, but both survive. Peach comes back during the final battle against Count Bleck. As it is revealed, Dimentio was the real threat, as Bleck only wanted to destroy the world after the loss of his girlfriend.
His girlfriend, however, turns out to be Tippi , a member of Mario's team. Princess Peach first appears in the intro of Paper Mario: Sticker Star , when she is hosting Sticker Fest , a holiday where wishes come true with the power of the Royal Stickers and the Sticker Comet.
However, Bowser crashes the festival and steals the Royal Stickers. He also kidnaps Peach and the local Toads , sticking them with Bowser Tape. Mario soon saves the Toads and eventually Peach. She then thanks him for allowing everyone's wish to come true - a peaceful kingdom. The Sticker Fest returns and Peach once again congratulates Mario and the kingdom for their efforts.
Peach first appears in the intro of Paper Mario: Color Splash , where she hands Mario a postmarked colorless Toad. She then accompanies Mario on their voyage to Prism Island. She then sends various Holo-Peaches to Mario as he progresses throughout his adventure.
However, after a certain point, Black Bowser finds out what she is up to, and orders for her color to be drained. After beating Black Bowser and restoring him to his original form, Mario recolors Peach, and together they escape Black Bowser's Castle.
Peach is later seen next to Mario at Port Prisma in the celebration of the return of the Paint Stars to Prism Island, cheering him up over the loss of Huey, saying that he would probably be watching over the island right then. For the Super Smash Bros.
Melee as one of the starting characters. While her design in this game is based on her earlier design, her appearance is still significantly different from her normal design, having a more realistic appearance than she does in actual Mario games. Peach's attributes are similar to Super Mario Bros. She is voiced by Jen Taylor in this game, who provided her voice for the late Nintendo 64 Mario games and voiced her in several games since. Peach's standard special is Toad , in which Peach pulls out and hides behind Toad, who counterattacks if hit.
Her side special is Peach Bomber , in which Peach flies forward hips-first into opponents. Her down special is Vegetable , which, based on Super Mario Bros. Her up special move is Peach Parasol , which allows Peach to fly into the air and float to the ground with her parasol. In Adventure Mode, Peach is fought at the end of the first stage. The player will have to fight her and Mario or Luigi. Princess Peach's Castle is also a course in the game.
Peach reappears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Her appearance in this game is now based on her more recent appearances, though with much more detail. She is also now voiced by Samantha Kelly, her current voice actress. While her moveset is unchanged from Super Smash Bros.
Melee , her Final Smash move is Peach Blossom , which puts enemies to sleep and spawns peaches that allow her to recover damage. She also does not move as quickly in the air, and her second jump does not give her as much height. Alongside her Super Smash Bros. Her tendency to get kidnapped by Bowser and be rescued by Mario was referenced in Solid Snake 's codec call while fighting Peach.
Although Mei Ling considers it somewhat romantic that someone's always there for her even in the worst situations, Snake was less than impressed, bluntly stating that Mario should be smart enough to tell Peach to stop getting herself kidnapped, with Mei Ling then inferring that Snake doesn't get much dates for that reason. In The Subspace Emissary , Peach is watching Mario and Kirby fighting together with Zelda , and run down to assist them after the arrival of the Primids.
However, she is soon captured by Petey Piranha and put into a cage along with Zelda. Kirby, who battles Petey Piranha, has the choice to rescue either Peach or Zelda.
If she is not rescued, Wario appears and uses a Dark Cannon to transform her into a trophy and runs off with her. Peach is later rescued by King Dedede along with Luigi and Ness. But his castle is raided by Bowser and his forces, who takes her with him.
If Peach is rescued, she will team up with Kirby and escape the stadium on a Warp Star. Peach and Kirby are chased by the Halberd and are forced to land on it. However, an Arwing , which was hit by the Halberd's artillery, knocks them off the ship. Unfortunately, later on in the story, Peach gets caught off guard, resulting in Bowser turning Peach into a trophy with his Dark Cannon leaving behind a clone of Peach.
As Link and Yoshi slay this clone, Mario and Pit believe that they killed the real Peach, putting the two teams into a brief conflict. In the very latter part of the Subspace Emissary story, Peach and Zelda are found on the Halberd held captive in trophy form.
After Shadow Bugs sneak in to engulf their trophies and copy their forms resulting in their forming false versions of Peach and Zelda for a second time , they challenge Meta Knight , Lucario , and Solid Snake , who just entered the room to rescue the two princesses. Once the "false forms" of Peach and Zelda are defeated, Peach and Zelda are rescued and able to join the rest of the group to help take back the Halberd and defeat Duon , and then supplies her parasol to Duon's original state, Mr.
After that process is done, Peach also runs into Subspace with the others, where they find Tabuu , the true enemy. She gets hit by his Off Waves and turns back into a trophy along with the others, but Kirby, revived by one of King Dedede's badges, manages to save her and some of the others before going to face Tabuu in a final battle.
Peach makes an appearance as a returning playable character in Super Smash Bros. While her appearance is mostly the same as in Super Smash Bros. Brawl , her design is now less detailed to reflect her cartoony nature. She retains her moveset from the past installments, though many of her moves now have added aesthetic effects such as rainbows, hearts, and sparkles. Her running animation has also been changed to be based on Super Mario 3D World. This section is referring to a subject in an upcoming or recently released game.
When the game is released, or more information about this subject is found, this section may need major rewriting. Remove this only when the changes have been applied. Peach makes a return in Super Smash Bros. When Peach grabs an opponent, Toad appears and attacks them instead of Peach for her pummel and forward throw.
The Toad special move itself has also been slightly changed, with Toad appearing in front of Peach when the move is used instead of Peach holding him up.
Although Princess Peach herself doesn't make an appearance in Luigi's Mansion , she is mentioned by Toad who says that she sent them to look for Mario and help Luigi. Superstar Saga , Peach is notified by the Beanbean Kingdom that the witch Cackletta would come and try to steal her voice. Cackletta wants to do this in order to wake the Beanstar , a star-shaped bean which can grant wishes to everyone. The Beanstar has been sleeping and can only be waken by a pure voice, in order to prevent abuse.
Peach takes precautions and when Cackletta and Fawful , dressed as ambassadors, arrive at her castle, they aren't received by Peach, but by Birdo , who is disguised as the princess. Cackletta and Fawful unknowingly steal Birdo's voice and escapes from the castle, leaving Birdo with a voice of exploding characters. However, Mario, Luigi and Bowser, who are not aware of the true identity of the "princess", follow Cackletta to the Beanbean Kingdom before the real Peach is able to stop them with Bowser's presence in particular also forcing her to avoid telling Mario and Luigi this.
Peach reveals Birdo's disguise, thanks Mario and Luigi for taking care of the Cackletta problem, and decides to spend the holidays in the Beanbean Kingdom.
She express the wish to travel to Little Fungitown , a settlement of Toad emigrants, which is lying across the dangerous Teehee Valley. Toadsworth insists that Mario and Luigi should accompain the princess on this journey.
During their venture through Teehee Valley, Peach has to be protect from any harm in the desert. When she disappears from Mario and Luigi's view, Gritty Goombas appear instantly and take her to an underground dungeon. If talked to her, she'll also head in the opposite direction, due to a suggestion made by Toadsworth earlier. At the valley's end, Peach run into Trunkle , a giant rock monster, but Mario and Luigi save her from it before it is too late.
Later, Bowletta kidnapps Peach in order to make sure to awake the Beanstar this time, which is showing angry reactions when confronted with Birdo's voice. However, because the Beanstar had earlier self-destructed under a fit of rage from the Peach-Bot's voice, Cackletta is no longer in the possession of the Beanstar itself. When Mario and Luigi meet Bowletta in Joke's End , Luigi dress himself up as Princess Peach as Toadsworth had previously provided them with an extra dress for the princess , to fool Bowletta and Fawful, by thinking he is Peach.
The plan works, and Bowletta releases the real Peach, and kidnapps Luigi instead. In the meantime, Mario receives a kiss from Peach. Partners in Time starts with a flashback to the past. When the story starts, Toadsworth the Younger , is taking care of the baby princess , as she cries often. Baby Mario and Baby Luigi sometimes come to play with her, and even Baby Bowser still comes to kidnap her.
In the present, Peach, Toadiko and Toadbert are using E. Gadd's Time Machine to travel back to the past, unaware of traveling to the time where the Shroobs were attacking. When they get to the past, the Shroobs corner Peach and the Toads. Peach grabs the time machine's power supply, the Cobalt Star , and traps Elder Princess Shroob inside it. While Mario and Luigi team up with their baby selves to recover the Cobalt Shards, which they need to save Peach, according to Professor E.
Gadd, Princess Shroob then dresses herself up as Princess Peach. However, she is swallowed by Petey Piranha. She is brought to the present by the brothers, accidentally. Gadd tells the fake princess to take a rest. However, while she is doing so, Bowser come and kidnapps her, believing that she is Peach. During all this time, the real Peach is still trapped in Shroob Castle. When Mario and Luigi get into the Shroob Castle, they see Peach, but Princess Shroob interrupts their conversation at the point where Peach is going to explain why the Cobalt Star shouldn't be completed and a battle begins.
After the battle, Peach and the others return to the present. Upon hearing this news, Peach proceeds to hold a very important meeting in her castle to discuss the matter at hand along with Starlow , who explains further about the disease itself. As Peach is proceeding to give said details, Bowser crashes the meeting twice. Upon being knocked out by Mario, he is ejected by Peach with the help of Starlow the first time.
But Bowser manages to return to the castle the second time, but under the control of Fawful, because he ate a Vacuum Shroom. As a result, Bowser inhales everyone at the meeting, including Peach. Their reunion is cut short, however, when a group of Beta Kretins captures her and takes her deeper into the area.
When the brothers catch up and free Peach, the Kretins attack and are subsequently defeated. After the said ordeal is over, Peach, along with Mario, Luigi, and Starlow, overhear Fawful conversing with Bowser about taking the princess from his body. After which, Peach theorizes that Fawful's real plan is to take over the Mushroom Kingdom by using an ancient artifact known as the Dark Star , hidden beneath Toad Town.
She also informs them that she is the only one who can release the seal on the Dark Star's power. However, after relaying said information to the two about the impending danger, Fawful quickly captures her through the use of an odd invention that enables him to reach into Bowser's body with a hand-shaped beam and then takes her to her own castle which was also under Fawful's control at the time, with it being heavily implied that he got Bowser extremely obese in the first place in order to draw Peach out into the open.
While the story passes, Peach is held captive by Fawful, having her energy absorbed. Upon Mario, Luigi, and Bowser finally countering the sources of the blorbs threat, along with defeating the Dark Star itself for good, everything in the Mushroom Kingdom returns to normal and Peach is rescued at last. She also manages to regain consciousness as well, after being awakened by Bowser ejecting the remaining inhabitants of Bowser's body.
Though Bowser attacks the Mario Bros. After arriving at Pi'illo Castle and watching a brief presentation on the history of the island, Peach begins searching the presentation room at the mention of Pi'illo Castle's hidden treasure. After being implored to stop being so reckless by Toadsworth when she steps on the nearby platform, they both accidentally cause it to blast deeper into the castle.
Peach is eventually found with Toadsworth in the same room the immobilized Prince Dreambert rests, surrounded by Smoldergeist. Mario and Luigi's arrival causes the Smoldergeist to flee, only for them to return later to attack the Bros.
The group end up entering the collection room after escaping the depths of Pi'illo Castle, where Luigi takes a nap on Dreambert and a bed put on display, which creates a Dream Portal that sucks Peach into the Dream World. She is later found in Dreamy Pi'illo Castle getting carried by the kidnapper who is revealed to be Antasma , who manages to escape the pursuing Mario and Luigi by creating a temporary path to Dream's Deep.
After Bowser's arrival, Mario, Luigi and Peach are all felled by Bowser's power upped flames and left there, but are rescued by Eldream who takes them back to the Real World. Eventually, Peach heads back to Pi'illo Castle with several Toads.
At some point afterwards, Peach is secretly kidnapped by Kamek, who pretends to be her until he exposes his identity to Mario and Luigi in Dreamy Driftwood Shore. She is held captive in Neo Bowser Castle from then on until Mario and Luigi's arrival at the castle's outdoor area, where a Paratroopa is holding her and eventually takes her to the balcony of the castle.
She is later found in a cage, and assists in the destruction of the Dream Stone when Bowser tries to destroy the Bros. After some disagreements Bowser and his paper form kidnap her and her paper counterpart respectively. The two versions of Bowser Jr. However, the Bowser Jrs escape with the princesses.
The princesses are able to escape at Bowser's Castle , but are soon caught and recaptured by the Bowser Jrs. Despite this they are promptly defeated by Mario and escape with the team. They return to Peach's Castle and reassemble the castle after it was blown up by the Koopa Troop as retaliation after their loss to Mario.
Once Mario has defeated Shiny RoboBowser they regroup at the castle. She says goodbye to her paper form of as she returns to the Paper Mario world. Peach was enthralled by the Air Cannon attraction, and decided to try it for herself. After she was in the cannon, a pair of Goombas rotated the cannon so that it pointed at Bowser's Castle. Peach was blasted far away, right into the castle's gates.
Mario turned himself into the shape of a pinball in order to progress through the pinball worlds to rescue Peach. After he rescued her from Bowser, they both returned to the Fun Fair. They were last seen riding the roller coaster together. Peach is one of a few technique captains in Mario Superstar Baseball. She is tied with Boo for having the second best pitching stat in the game, losing only to Waluigi and Bowser.
Her fielding stat is also tied for the second best in the game with Diddy Kong , only being slightly worse than Magikoopa's. Her batting is slightly below average while her running is average. Her fielding skills are the Super Catch and Quick Throw. She can also make home-runs at times even though she is not as strong as other captains. Her special pitch is the Heart Ball.
For the Challenge Mode section of Mario Superstar Baseball , Peach is one of the playable captains that the player can choose when she answers a challenge from Bowser to compete against his team. In order to advance, Peach has to go against the other captains working toward the same goal.
Upon meeting certain criteria during matches, the opposing team that Peach's team was victorious against is now able to join hers.
At some certain points she has to answer a challenge from Bowser Jr.. Although Peach presides over the Baseball Kingdom , she also participates in the baseball games themselves as seen in the game's overall opening.
Her home stadium is the Peach Ice Garden , which has the appearance of an ice palace; it can be played in both daytime and nighttime setting. Outside the rink is a rose and flower garden. Peach's batting and running stats remain unchanged from before, but her pitching and fielding were both improved, and she is now tied with Boo for having the best pitching stat in the game. She lost her Super Catch ability, but still has Quick Throw. During the course of gameplay for this mode, Peach is one of the five captains the player can adventure around with, but she first has to be rescued from Bowser Jr.
Upon being added to the Challenge Mode roster after completing said case involving Peach, she has a unique talent to aid in exploration around stadiums using her well-known heart trademark, resembling her overall personality. Also at that point, she is able to assist in finding the other required Team Players to make up her team, the Peach Monarchs. The icon for the Peach Monarchs team includes a sparkling heart with Peach's brooch in the middle, and has a crown on top.
With the aid of a talking umbrella named Perry - who was an amnesiac and therefore possessed a mysterious past - Peach travels to Vibe Island , where Bowser moves his operations in order to obtain the Vibe Scepter. However, the Goomba who brought it to him had been affected by its magic, and with a calm, playful attitude, he uses the scepter on the entire island, thereby creating chaos. With this, Peach is capable of using four Vibe Techniques to help her through the areas.
Princess Peach also was capable of floating for a short period of time like she was in Super Mario Bros. This ability is available on Toad's shop, and costs coins.
Eventually, Peach fights her way through the island's many hazards and rescues Mario, Luigi and many Toads. Perry also become less amnesiac as time went on, eventually recovering his memory.
After Peach rescues Mario, he picks her up into his arms and gives her some flowers. Then everyone heads home together. Peach is a Playmaker captain in the Mario Strikers games. She is the most agile and her passing is the fastest.
As a trade-off, her shooting ability and tackling strength is the weakest. Her deke involves her jumping a short distance, avoiding any possible body checks and even allowing her to jump over obstacles and goalies. Her Super Ability is Freeze Frame!
When Peach initiates her Super Ability in Mario Strikers Charged , cameras flock in and start to take pictures of her and traps any opponents in picture frames. Cameras were also seen taking pictures of Peach during her ground entrance and on certain occasions when she is celebrating after scoring a goal for her team. When Peach executes her Mega Strike , she turns into an angelic creature with wings, prior to knocking the ball down toward the goalie.
Her number is 10 and her uniform colors are pink and blue. Peach's mission level is to defeat Daisy for the Star Cup.
She is also the opponent of Bowser in his mission mode. Her theme song is a techno inspired tune. In Mario Hoops 3-on-3 , Peach is a Technical character. She excels in shooting the ball at a distance. Her special shot is the Heart Shot.
To execute it, Peach starts by dribbling out the shape of a triangle. As she spins and flips a sea of hearts appear. The hearts lift Peach and the ball into the air. After one spin she blows a kiss and the ball, followed by the hearts fly into the net.
The hearts then form a large heart from a bunch of small ones around the hoop. Peach's home turf is the Peach Field. An alternative outfit can be unlocked for her, by beating the Mushroom Cup as her which is her modern tennis attire. In this installment, Peach is classified as a skill character sporting excellent ratings in events such as the track, archery, skeet, and aquatics.
She has the highest level of skill of all female characters but the lowest power. Peach is also one of the fastest characters. Peach uses her heart abilities again in the Dream Events for this game. In Dream Fencing, Peach charges up and releases a huge pink heart. When the heart hits her opponent it explodes into smaller hearts.
It has a very long range and Peach does not have to be close to her opponents. In Dream Table Tennis, Peach can make the ball disappear making it difficult to find. When she unleashes her shot, she spins around in a sea of hearts and then hits the ball. Like the other female participants in this game, Peach wears a winter outfit that corresponds with and matches the overall theme of the Winter Olympic events.
In the Wii version of the game, Peach has a very high Skill stat, with average Acceleration, slightly lower Power and an incredibly low Speed.
Peach's special abilities include the Mid-Air Float ability for both versions and the Princess Dash ability, exclusive to the DS version. In the DS version's Adventure Tours story, Peach initially goes to Sparkleton to peek at the snow festival, and upon Mario and Sonic finding her, she is challenged by Mario to the Snow Machine Fight dream event, and is defeated, joining the group afterwards. She later competes in the Snow Machine Fight dream event again for the sake of a Goomba who wants to see how good she is.
After winning the event, she receives a Shooting Rifle the Goomba obtained from Bowser that allows the group to compete in games that include shooting. Once the group returns to Frostown and encounters the unhappy Thwomp there, Peach cheers up the Thwomp and gets it to move, allowing everyone to now access the area at the end of the newly opened path. Peach's horse in the Equestrian events is a white horse with pink hair and tail, and she also gains a new outfit for the Gymnastics and Swimming events, as well as retaining her primary athletic outfit from the first game for the other featured events in this game.
In the 3DS version , Peach is part of the Girls group, and is mainly encountered during the Story Mode of the game during their stories. Like most of the other characters, she plays a vital part in the clearing of the fog Bowser and Eggman spread over London.
Prior to when London becomes shrouded in fog, Peach is seen voluntarily working with Amy , Blaze and a group of Toads to prepare invitations for the Olympics. When Daisy appears and nearly coaxes Amy into following her downtown for some shopping, but is stopped by Peach, who chooses to decide whether they all work on the invitations or take a break over an event between her and Daisy. Peach manages to win, but they go out for a brief break anyway, to find the invitations scattered by the wind when they return, having to collect them all and redo Bowser and Eggman's lost invitations because of this.
Afterwards, Peach and Amy end up encountering Bowser and Eggman while taking a break, who both complain about when they'll receive their invitations. Amy suggests that whether they go home quietly and wait or get their invitations should be decided over an event between them. Despite winning, Peach and Amy decide to give Bowser and Eggman their invitations, and head back to where they were working to get them.
Two Toads end up getting stopped by the two while mailing them out, and flee in fear, leaving behind both Bowser and Eggman's invitations, both of them confiscating the letters under the assumption they're love letters. Peach and Amy return without the invitations, to see they've both left, thus assuming they already found their invitations and left peacefully.
When the fog begins to cover London, alongside Blaze, Peach is first seen fending off a horde of foggy clones of Daisy and Amy, who are challenged to an event by a pair of them.
After Peach and Blaze defeat them, they end up spotting Daisy and Amy sprawled across the nearby ground, approaching them as they wake up. Later on, after one of the Toads accompanying the girls mention seeing as suspicious character, the group encounters Rouge, who promises to let them out of the fog if she is defeated in an Olympic event.
Peach volunteers to challenge Rouge, and manages to defeat her, Blaze destroying the nearby fog machine afterwards. Mario and Luigi arrive shortly after to check on the group, and they learn Eggman may be the one causing this, and was at the British Museum.
She has a high technique stat, as well as above average acceleration, max speed, and stamina, but low power. In this game, she shares special animations with Mario, demonstrating their relationship.
In the 3DS version, she is exclusive to the Golf and m Freestyle events. Peach, along other Mario series characters and several characters from the Dragon Quest series, appeared in the game Itadaki Street DS. In that game her castle was also a playable stage. Peach also appears in Fortune Street , as an unlockable character, unlocked by placing first or second on the Peach's Castle board in Tour Mode.
She is a rank S character, which means when she is played by CPU, she is a very hard character to beat. Peach appears in Mario Sports Mix as one of the Technical characters for the game. She has a high technique stat and average speed, but her power stat is very low. Like in Mario Hoops 3-on-3 , her home court is her castle which is compatible with the four featured sports basketball, volleyball, hockey, and dodgeball. Her special move in this game involves releasing four large hearts that will stun characters of the opposing team upon their contact with them.
She is unlocked after the player completes World 8, and her attribute is Light. Her main attribute and sub-attribute are both Light. Super Peach's skill fully restores the party's HP, along with removing the paralysis condition from all paralyzed teammates. Her helper skill raises the ATK of all teammates by 4. Princess Peach is a playable character in Mario Sports Superstars. In all sports, she is a technique-oriented player, giving her better shot accuracy or horse control.
In golf, her default drive is yards, and her shot travels straight and medium-low. In most sports, she wears her sports outfit from such games as the Mario Baseball series, while in tennis and golf she wears her miniskirt.
Also, Jen Taylor's voice clips from Mario Power Tennis are reused alongside new voice clips recorded by Samantha Kelly, her current voice actress.
Peach, along with Luigi and Yoshi, was sucked into the vortex linking the Rabbids to the Mushroom Kingdom at the beginning of the game, and later rejoiced when Mario returned safely. She later freed Mario and one of his Rabbid partners from Icicle Golem in the level It Came From the Freezer , and joins as a playable character afterwards.
Peach is a minor character in Dr. Mario , appearing as Nurse Toadstool. Like the other Mario characters, she also frequently appears in the gag manga series Super Mario by Kodansha manga, with her appearing in the Mario Kart volume as well as the cover of the Super Mario World third volume. Although Peach, or more accurately, Toadstool, herself does not physically appear in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 , she is mentioned in the game's manual, and in addition, a massive statue in her likeness played a major role in the game's story as the Black Sugar Gang had stolen it, and Wario had set out to retrieve it with the ulterior motive of holding it for ransom in order to gain his own castle.
However, Wario would never get the chance to hold it for ransom as Mario managed to airlift it away after Wario defeated the Syrup Gang, including their leader Captain Syrup. Peach has made numerous cameo appearances outside of the Mario series. In F-1 Race , she appears on the fourth course waving, just before the player begins the race. Peach also made a cameo in The Legend of Zelda series, including a painting of her, that could be seen through a window on Hyrule castle.
In addition, numerous other games make reference to her. One of the treasures in Wario Land: This treasure was found in the first underwater level of this game, Wavy Waters of Wiggly Wilds. City Folk , an item is available called Peach's Parasol in Tom Nook's shop if the player earns 4, points.
A wide range of Peach-themed merchandise has appeared to the public over the years. Items include plush dolls, action figures, slippers, key chains, mugs, wallpaper, DS kits, and shampoo bottles. Various official game soundtracks also make reference to Peach in their song title. In the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series , Peach does not appear at all, but her mini toy version appears. Also, in some of the game series, her castle is one of the stages.
In the Wii U version of Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 , there is an unlockable costume for Bayonetta and Jeanne that resemble Princess Peach, as well as a special moveset based on Mario and Peach's abilities.
The costume consists of a shortened version of Peach's dress, with Mario dolls attached to it, and golden details. A palette swap for it is available, and resembles Princess Daisy , but it lacks the Mario doll and instead has a Luigi doll.
In both versions, her summon is Bowser. Peach is a young, fair-skinned woman with an average build. She is taller than most human characters, exceeded only by Rosalina , Pauline , and Waluigi. She has a soft, oval face with large blue eyes framed by six lashes three to four in other artwork , and thin, dark blonde eyebrows.
She has long, flowing, golden-blonde hair with both V-shaped and fringed bangs, and a single two thin locks framing her face. She sometimes wears her hair tied up in a ponytail. The DiC cartoons' version of the princess has been officially stated to be seventeen years old.
Peach usually wears a floor-length pink gown with puffy sleeves, a high collar, deep pink panniers at the waist and a ruffle of the same color at the hem. From Super Mario Bros. Super Circuit and then once again in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door , she originally wore a deep pink band around her waist as well as having half of her dress skirt being deep pink before switching to the panniers and thin deep pink band around the edge of the skirt, respectively starting with Mario Party 4.
The dress has a sapphire brooch, set in gold on Peach's chest, and she wears round earrings of the same color. Her crown is golden with four jewels: She wears white evening gloves beyond elbow-length, deep pink high heels, and in some games, has a white petticoat under her gown.
Her dress is far more elaborately designed in recent Super Smash Bros. Similarly, because of the Super Smash Bros games using more realistic dimensions for the various characters, Peach is given slightly more realistic dimensions in these games, including a slightly smaller head and having a slightly larger bust. This was because of it being released during a Japanese holiday. Although this particular outfit has not appeared in any games since, Peach wore similar Kimono outfits that appeared in an advertisement for Nintendo's involvement in the Kyoto Cross Media Experience , a Club Nintendo calendar award, a New Year wallpaper which was reused from one of the artworks from the Kyoto Cross Media Experience and her outfit in Bowser's Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey.
Although in the artwork and during actual gameplay it was colored pink, the in-game sprite for the title screen depicts her with a green dress, presumably due to the graphics limitations of the NES. Although not seen wearing this outfit in-game, one of her character arts for Super Mario World depicted her with sunglasses, heart earrings, as well as a purple-pink two-piece bikini, with her crown featuring three points as well as a red bottom with at least four diamonds.
She wore a similar outfit in the KC Deluxe Super Mario Kart gag manga, only the bikini was slightly more skimpy, it lacked the crown, sunglasses, and earrings, and she was wearing a sash that said "Racingqu" presumably meant to say "Racing queen" , as well as carrying a parasol, due to her implied role as one of the racehands. On a related note, the Japanese advertisement for Super Mario All-Stars , owing to the basis being events like the Oscars, depicted Peach wearing a sparkling lavender sequined dress as well as matching heels and opera gloves, as well as a fluffy scarf.
In Super Mario Sunshine , Peach wears a lighter, sleeveless version of her dress, and wears a ruby ring and gold bracelet in place of gloves, due to the tropical setting of the game. In addition, similar to in Super Smash Bros.
Melee , she also wore a ring, only it was ruby and placed on her right middle finger. Mario series, she wears a pink nurse's uniform with matching sandals. Although technically not an alternate outfit, her standard dress was slightly modified in Melee to feature gold, flame-like designs as well as silk extensions near the bottom of her skirt, plus similar flame-like designs near her brooch, plus a sapphire ring on her left middle finger.
In Brawl , said dress is radically altered to possess frills at the front of her skirt that split down the legs, flame like designs near these frills, as well as pink and red portions of the bottom portions of the skirt, plus a silk front near the brooch, with it being given a slightly more realistic appearance. The dress in Wii U and 3DS is largely similar to the one in Brawl , although it is slightly less detailed due to her returning to a more cartoon-like design.
Aside from the standard dress, she also has several alternate costumes in each of the games four in Melee , five in Brawl , and seven in 3DS and Wii U. The white dress in Melee is notably the only one of her dress options that has her wearing different undergarments. Her yellow dress is obviously based on that of Princess Daisy. When the dedicated Mario sports installments started with Mario Golf and Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64, Peach's sports uniform was simply a shorter, sleeveless version of her usual dress, with white knee-high socks and orange-and-beige tennis shoes.
In Mario Golf , her animation when doing a hole-in-one has her dress transform from her sports uniform to her usual dress in her excitement. Starting with the GameCube Mario sports games, however, she started to have more variety in what she wears.
In many earlier games like Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour and Mario Power Tennis , the standard outfit that she wears is sporty miniskirt that resembles her current main dress with some slight differences. In World Tour , while otherwise similar to her uniform from Toadstool Tour , Peach's miniskirt, in a similar manner to Mario Golf as noted above, will transform at the wave of her parasol into her trademark dress whenever she gets an Eagle or a Birdie.
In other general sports installments which require Peach to be more active, her standard outfit for those games is a pink tank top and shorts with white accents, similar to Princess Daisy's usual sports garb; in both cases, she uses white bobby socks and red-and-pink tennis shoes, and retains her characteristic blue brooch, earrings and her crown. For the Mario Strikers family of Mario sports installments, Peach wears two-piece, midriff-baring soccer outfits and cleats. In the case of Mario Strikers Charged , armor is added to the ensemble due to the increased intensity of the game.
Her color scheme is still pink, with blue accents and yellow accents. Along with her nursing outfit in the Dr. Mario series, these are her only clothes that lack her signature blue brooch, although unlike in Dr. The gloves are styled similarly to her typical ones, and are pink with a white trim to match the boots, which have white soles.
She keeps her regular crown, earrings and brooch, but has her hair tied up into a ponytail with a blue band.
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