Princess Daisy is the seventh character in the Mario Party Series. Her primary color is yellow. In Mario Party 7, her Special Orb is the Flower Orb, which allows you to avoid traps by hopping over the flowers and earn three coins for each space you pass. Her default partner in the Mario Party Series is Princess Peach.
Princess Daisy is the princess of Sarasaland, who first appeared in Super Mario Land. Like Wario, Daisy was created by Gunpei Yokoi, Shigeru Miyamoto’s mentor. Although Daisy is the ruler of Sarasaland, her current place of residence is the Mushroom Kingdom.
Daisy is known to be a tomboy, a fact first stated in her debut appearance. Daisy is represented by colors like yellow, orange and green. She has an affinity for flowers; her attire, special abilities, personal emblems and general representations are often flowers.
Years after her initial appearance, Daisy started appearing in more and more Mario games. This was due to the lack of human characters in the games. She now appears in the majority of Mario games, most often as a playable character. Daisy is good friends with Princess Peach, and she interacts positively with many other characters. This includes Luigi, who it has been hinted shares romantic feelings with Daisy. Daisy has appeared in over thirty Mario games to date, and continues to do so regularly.
Quote: “Everybody says that I’m the fairest of them all!”
—Princess Daisy, Mario Party 3
First Appearance: Super Mario Land (Monday, July 31, 1989)
First Appearance As A Playable Character: Mario Tennis (Monday, August 28, 2000)
First Mario Party Appearance: Mario Party 3 (Sunday, May 6, 2001)
First Mario Party Appearance As A Playable Character: Mario Party 3 (Sunday, May 6, 2001)
Latest Mario Party Appearance As A Playable Character: Mario Party 10 (Friday, March 20, 2015)
Latest Mario Party Appearance: Mario Party: Mario Party 10 (Friday, March 20, 2015)
Latest Appearance As A Playable Character: Mario Party 10 (Friday, March 20, 2015)
Latest Appearance: Mario Party 10 (Friday, March 20, 2015)