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Species: Human Debut: Voiced in English by: Jeannie Elias ( ), Tracey Moore ( and ), Kathy Fitzgerald (Mario is Missing; PC version), Jocelyn Benford ( ), Leslie Swan (,, and ), Jen Taylor (1999-2008), Asako Kozuki (, Mario Party 2, ) Nicole Mills ( ), Samantha Kelly (2007 - current) Voiced in Japanese by: Hiroko Taniyama ( GO GO Mario!!), Mami Yamase ( ), Maria Kawamura ( Super Mario Bros. Vocal Special drama tracks), Miyako Endo (original video animations), Mariko Mukai (Satellaview games), Asako Kozuki ( ) 'Listen, everybody, let's bake a delicious cake.for Mario.' Princess Peach Toadstool is the crown princess of the Mushroom Kingdom and Mario's main love interest. She gets kidnapped frequently by Bowser in the main Super Mario Bros. Games, but proves herself to be very skilled in sports.

Though she's usually the, there are times she will get up and do something herself (such as in,,, and her own game, ). Worthy of note: she's appeared in more video games than any other female character. •: She's loved so dearly by her subjects that it's not uncommon for them to have sets of Princess Peach merchandise in their homes.. In Toad Harbor in, there is a that is a reference to the. •: She is one in many of the games where she is playable, such as the series,, and.

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•: Shown this way, especially in the, where she shows no ill will to anyone, even villains. She even helps Mimi out, even when she made fun of her royalty. •: In the series, some of her attacks have her bashing her opponents with her hips and her butt. She also uses her hips as her attack in, if she is holding an item in her hand.

•: She's the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom and ruler of the Toads, and outside of the Mario Bros, by far the most capable fighter in the entire kingdom. •: In games where she's playable, she's both cute and capable, especially in a cat suit. •: She's proven herself to be quite powerful, but her main role in a lot of games is for her to be the.

• In, Mario receives postcards from Peach at the start of every world, which progress from her being scared by minions to her hitting Goombas away with her umbrella and the second-to-last one clearly shows her mounting a personal escape attempt, sprinting towards the camera with half of Bowser's army storming after her, eventually capturing her and bringing her as a caged bird to Bowser. •: Her outfit in and. •: In the original Super Mario Bros., Princess Peach's magic was the only thing that could undo the Koopas' curse on the Mushroom Kingdom. The Barrier Maiden thing, with Bowser's motives for capturing Peach varying from game to game, but it was never the original reason. However, more recent games have restored her Barrier Maiden status, though in a different form each time. • In, Baby Peach is one of the Seven Star Children who are born with great power. Bowser attempts to steal the children to take over the universe (this would include kidnapping himself, which would result in a few time-related issues.) Peach is actually one of the children who escapes capture, and assists Yoshi and Baby Mario in saving the others.

• In, Peach's voice is the only thing that can awaken the Beanstar, which grants wishes. She avoids capture through clever use of a Birdo, and again by having Luigi crossdress as her.

• In, Peach and Bowser are a Barrier Couple. If they ever got married, the Chaos Heart would be formed and begin to destroy the world.

Naturally, this is the first thing the does in the first part of the game. Peach is so easily kidnapped. •: Princess Peach is very beautiful, complete with, and. She, especially and.

On top of all that, she's as as can be. •: According to the Nintendo Character Guide, Peach's white magic is what keeps her and her gown looking fresh at all times, even in Bowser's dank dungeons. •: In, Mimi makes fun of her for being a chronic. And Peach angrily ordering the Mario Bros.

To leave her to her. Mimi: You're the one that's always having to get rescued by boys. THAT'S embarrassing! Golly, you sure are a lot of talk when you have!

If you insist, I'll give you what you so richly deserve. Luigi: P-Princess Peach! You're not really going to.

Peach: Stay out of this! I am a PRINCESS, and she has thrown mud at my dignity! You two leave me be! [Mario and Luigi nod and back out of the room] •: Peach is usually very sweet, but if you push her too far.

Well, just ask Mimi, who made the mistake of mocking her usual role. What follows is the first time in the franchise Peach ever loses her temper, yelling at the Mario Bros. To leave Mimi to her and giving Mimi herself a sound thrashing. •: Forms a Big Good Duumvirate with Mario. As ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, she is the leader of the most powerful heroic faction in the setting.

•: Starting in, she gained a ◊ that she wore when using a bike during a race. •: Peach is the blonde, Pauline is the brunette, and Daisy is the redhead. Peach herself has been all three over the years due to the limited color palette on the NES. •: Peach often borrows Mario's 'Mama Mia!' She can be heard using it in games such as, Mario Party 4, Mario Party 5, and.

•: Mario actually had an /lady friend beforehand in Pauline, before Peach appeared in the franchise's signature game. The success of Super Mario Bros.

1 would guarantee that Princess Peach would be Mario's signature heroine from now on. She is the single most prolific Nintendo starlet in all of gaming, even becoming in the, and even getting her own game. •: She shows this, most especially during. •: When she wears a tanooki or a cat suit in. •: Her and used in most of Peach's character logos. Princess Peach is almost never seen without her shiny golden crown.

Aside from being pretty, it also functions as. The in the 90's Mario comics where Peach actually loses her crown, and she must find it to be re-coronated. If she doesn't, she isn't allowed to be Princess for a year, and the Mushroom Kingdom will be in complete control of. Needless to say, the entire situation went from mildly inconvenient to rather dire. •: She has always had her pink dress with the big puff sleeves and bell skirt. Just graphical increases allowed more details to be shown, and then added.

In the games since Brawl, her outfit is a full with extra overskirts and lace trimmings. •: Peach's extreme femininity, has plenty of cute looks, and doesn't seem some of the time, but this only hides her true power. Once the princess, all bets are off and you better bring your best. •: An inevitable result of her being a playable character. The trope also applies to her in any platforming game where she is playable. She's also playable in all of the Mario Party games, and since many of the minigames in that series involve the characters beating the snot out of each other, if you're using Peach while playing one of those minigames, she becomes a there too. •:, except for, where she is the main character and Mario is the.

Frequently lampshaded in the. In and, where she is one of the four playable characters note Technically five in 3D World's case due to. Most of the non- and non-platformer games don't bring it up either.

This trope has been off and on a lot, with her sometimes joining Mario and Luigi on their adventures in Party, Racing, and Sports games, fighting to save the world alongside them in Super Paper Mario, and being an individual fighter in the Super Smash Bros. •: The entire point of. •: In, in stark contrast to her more normal portrayals as and the.

She unloads on Bowser quite a bit, even calling him a giant baby at one point (Bowser was going through the nadir of his in this game). •: She was originally referred to as Princess Toadstool outside Japan, but would almost exclusively be known as Princess Peach worldwide after the release of, with the exception of certain re-released material. Her full name is occasionally given as 'Princess Peach Toadstool' to make up for the discrepancy. Oddly enough, one episode of has her exclaim 'Princess P. To the rescue!'

•: While most games have her about as competent as the Mario Brothers, there are some instances where she comes off as naive, such as Bowser Jr.' •: Only the main series. The spinoffs, particularly the sports games, see her wearing more practical outfits, though many Mario Party minigames have averted this, like Mario Medley from Mario Party 4, where she swims in the pool with her dress on. •: Just how did Mario get acquainted with royalty? Why is he the one who's always in charge of rescuing her?

And does Peach actually ever govern the Mushroom Kingdom, seeing as her parents don't seem to be around? Who knows, but boy is that crown sure pretty!

•: Peach actually has two beautiful wedding dresses. In Super Paper Mario, Peach's wedding dress when she was forced to marry Bowser was basically a white version of her usual dress, but still was a form that fits this trope. Peach's ◊ in Super Mario Odyssey looks more like an actual wedding dress. •: She is usually referred to by her first name, Peach.

In the West, she was referred to as her last name 'Toadstool', before her first name supplanted it in all regions. •: In, she tends to be a light-weight character with high acceleration.

In Mario Strikers Charged she is a Playmaker captain, having maxed-out speed and passing, but poor shooting and tackling. •: • She shows a mischievous side on occasion.

The stand-out example would be the ending of Super Mario Odyssey where she’s about to leave the Moon on the Odyssey and calls out to Mario just before it leaves, causing him to have to scramble and jump on. This might be payback for his earlier behavior, with him fighting over her with Bowser and shoving flowers in her face. • She shows this in her interactions with Luigi, probably due to his status.

In the intro for Mario Kart Wii, where her, Mario, and Luigi are driving using the new steering wheel controller, she, causing him to spin out and get left behind. Then after she rescues him in, instead of holding hands and twirling around in a circle and posing together at the end, like she does with the Toads and Mario, she lifts him off the ground, spins him around by his hands and chucks him to the far side of the screen. May vary on whether she did this on purpose or Then when the two of them finally reunite with Mario at the end of the game she knocks Luigi out of way getting to Mario. • In, when Mario comes to save her at the end of the game she tells him before admitting she was just kidding. •: A lot of her dresses feature these. •: Peach's femininity is always played up, and she's often contrasted with the tomboyish Daisy. But Peach has just as mush interest in sports as Daisy, or any of the guys, and doesn't hesitate to get rough and tumble with any of them.

•: In (and up) and the Mario Baseball series. •: One of the sweetest, kindest characters in the series, but will also destroy you should she ever be underestimated. •: Has the goldest locks and is one of the kindest characters in the series. •: ◊ as some of the other examples of this trope, but she still has them. They are more visible when she isn't wearing her dress, like her ◊, ◊, ◊, ◊, ◊, and her ◊. •: She literally fights with the power of her emotions in. •: Her extreme femininity disguises her incredibly strong will.

In, she's able to stand up to Nastasia's longer than any other character (including Luigi!), and the villain has to focus extremely hard to get the Princess to obey her commands. •: Her character design always had long, white gloves, even though it took a few games to render them in sprites. She doesn't wear them in and the sports games. •: In some of the artwork for the games, she trades her fancy dress and high heels for a cute nurse outfit and sandals; although she's sadly never actually seen wearing that outfit in-game. •: Peach's started taking a turn in this direction during the GameCube era.

In her Super Smash Bros. Appearances, she's much more flirty, more anatomically realistic, and also gets. In Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door, Peach's playable moments allow you to have her take a shower (she strips from behind a curtain) and one sequence requires her to become an. Her portrayal in the series features her most fan-servicing appearance in any of the Mario spinoff franchises. It was ultimately taken even further in the series, where Peach was given a form-fitting for swimming and gymnastics events. She wears a bikini with a wrap if you find her in the water-themed worlds when she starts traveling after the end of. This is considered the peak of Peach's fanservice.

•: It's stated in a couple of that she's not actually the ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, her father is. He, however, is a blathering idiot, so she makes most of the actual decisions. This hasn't come up in years.

•: Was on the receiving end of this in the opening of, as well as a couple of comics ( and ). •: Peach's normal attire consists of a pink gown (with a blue jewel on her chest),, gold crown, and large blue earrings. She does change outfits when the dress would be impractical (such as for the sports titles and when she's riding a motorcycle or an ATV in the Mario Kart games). •: To Mario and vice versa. Also to Luigi, to some extent.

Lampshaded in — Nobody knows what to make of Mario and Peach's relationship, not even Mario himself. In, Mario seems to want a with her, but because he gets caught up with one-upping Bowser and starts shoving flowers in her face, she puts her foot down. •: Constantly described as this.

Except in the Mario Party series, where she's. •: One of the kindest characters in the series, and she has large blue eyes. •: Her ability to govern, as noted in the tropes below. May have something to do with, since she gets kidnapped often and. •: Some of her post-hole animations in the Mario Golf series have her change into her regular dress in place of her minidress she normally wears. If she gets a birdie or better in Mario Golf: World Tour, she will take out her parasol, twirl it, and magically change clothing. •: Peach is the first one into the pipe to give chase after Bowser when he captures the Green Sprixie Princess in.

A similar situation happened much earlier in the comic. •: Still wears her traditional pink dress and crown in the games when she's fighting, such as Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Princess Peach, Super Paper Mario, and the Super Smash Bros. •: Peach wears a kimono while she is vacationing in in the postgame of. •: The Bright Lady to Mario's White Knight. •: One of her alternate costumes in the series is a ◊, which is a reference to Pauline. •: Two very distinctive ones — The ending theme of, and Inside the Castle Walls from.

•: Peach is kind, adorable, and the eternal, but every so often she'll come across a threat who doesn't care for kidnapping and actually pushes her to fight. Peach's real power and skill begins to shine through.

•: The Light Feminine to Pauline's family-friendly Dark Feminine. •: Paper Mario shows that she has an entire wardrobe of identical pink dresses. She insists that they aren't the same, and that there are minor differences between each dress, but this is strictly an. •: Princess Peach has long blonde hair and is the girliest character in the entire franchise. It especially stands out due when she's compared to Daisy, who has shorter hair post-redesign (though it's still medium length). •: 'Peach' or rather 'to be a peach' is an idiom for an attractive, likable, admirable, or good person. Her last name, Toadstool, is another name for Mushroom, pertaining to the kingdom she rules over.

•: • She wears a glamorous dress to the premiere in this. • Her various sport outfits also count, especially her biker suit, leotard, and soccer uniform.

•: She often helplessly watches the fight between Mario and Bowser from a cage or from a platform. •: In Super Princess Peach, Peach is completely unaffected by the Vibe Scepter, an that Bowser got his hands on that easily plunged the Mushroom Kingdom into chaos and easily subdued Mario and Luigi. Not only is Peach unaffected by the vibes, she turns them around and makes them powers of her own, and can freely control them. •: Her dress may aid in this. However, she can also still float a little even without her dress. In the Super Smash Bros. Ine Ccie Dc Workbook Download Movies.

Series, she floats by moving her hands in a certain pattern. •: In the Japanese version of, sweet, demure Princess Peach is shown drinking straight from a bottle of champagne when she wins a cup, getting drunk in the process. •: Usually the most sensible, although it. Sometimes she can fit this and — a bit out of it sometimes, but willing to at least try to avoid any.

•: While she and Rosalina haven't interacted with each other much in the games, in the 38th issue of tnewhe Super Mario-Kun manga, the two quickly became good friends upon meeting each other. •: From all the way to, she's had the ability to float with her billowing skirt. But it might not be her skirt, since she can use her trademark hover regardless of what she's wearing in 3D World. •: She uses her small, trademark pink parasol to fight in the series, and a sentient parasol named Perry in.

A postcard Mario receives in shows Peach defending herself from a Goomba Tower with her parasol. •: Whether Peach is or just using it to block out the sun, it is very cute-looking. One of the loading screen icons in even feature Peach sitting down and relaxing while holding a parasol. •: She can also soften her falls with her parasol whenever it's a (as well as ). •: The 'Empress Peach' Megastrike from the world of Charged depicts Peach entering an angelic, complete with,, and. •: Moreso in the.

Paper Mario TTYD is the Mario RPG for the Gamecube. The plot of the game is that you’ve received a treasure map from Peach, and that she wants you to join her on the journey. Mario sets out on water to a town known as Rogueport.

Rogueport is a treacherous town with infamous thieves. The treasure is behind the Thousand Year Door. The only way to open the Thousand Year Door is to collect all of the crystal stars. You obtain one in each chapter of the game.

The gameplay mechanics are executed pretty well, and the game is a lot of fun, but it has a problem which bothers people like I, and is very common among Mario games; it’s waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too easy. It’s even easier than Super Mario RPG on the SNES! But with that being said, it’s still a very enjoyable experience. The story and plot lines are very engrossing, and the villains are also very memorable.

If you can somehow get your hands on a copy of this game today, and you still have a working Gamecube or Wii, then have a blast with this game!.