|Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate|
|Team number|| 9|
|Mega strike|| Crystallized Daisy|
|Special ability||Crystal Smash!|
|Statistics|| Standard |
|Official bio||The lovely and beautiful Princess of Sarasaland. Princess Daisy is cheerful, confident, brash, active and always full of energy.|
Princess Daisy makes her playable appearance in the tenth instalment (eleventh if Deluxe was included) of the Super Dragon Smash Bros. series known as Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate on the Microsoft Windows 8, 8.1 and 10. She is a playable fighter during the E3 2019 and DLC versions. Out of them, Fairy Daisy, Yellow Bronze Daisy, Vacation Daisy and Holiday Cheer Daisy are new and DLC fighters to the series. Dr Daisy is also a newcomer in the series. Daisy is an Echo Fighter of Princess Peach. This time, she is a Defensive type, which means that her movement and defence stats are very more powerful but she often lacks shooting, stamina, skill, agility and passing stats. She starts again in orange with team number 9 and is classified as 13e.
Her outfit looks similar to the outfit in the seventh instalment, but now has added new designs due to the tenth instalment being rougher. Daisy has also been given a viridian outfit for when she is the away team. Her Super Ability is the Crystal Smash! where Daisy punches the area, causing some sharp, shining crystals that surrounds her for about 15 seconds, which knocks back all fighters in the surrounding area and will be dazed for a few seconds when coming out of it, knocking out anyone near Daisy. Her default sidekicks are a Dry Bones, Shy Guy, Hammer Bro. and Boo. Like the other fighters, Daisy has a personal transmitting device, vehicle, glider, emblem, luggage, item, food, palette swap and costume for her outfit.The official movie channel site for this movie has Daisy on the background of the tab "Fight Ultimate". When you click on this file, you'll see Daisy's parasol animation from Ultimate. After that, the image becomes static and the page content loads.
Powers & Abilities/Attacks Edit
Daisy's new aerial attack is the Crystal Torpedo, where she raises her hands in the air, charging crystals into her clenched fists. She then uppercuts in a blue crystal rainbow-like after emitting the shining crystals. Daisy’s new special attack is the Crystal Bomber, where she swings forward and delivers a hip bash's crystal smash-like sound with crystal effects. Daisy's Super Ability is Crystal Smash!, which covers the surrounding ground with sharp shining crystals, blasting away anyone in the range, while her Mega Strike involves her shooting into the air and generating a crystal gauntlet on one of her arms, which she uses to punch the ball towards the Stadium. She receives palette swaps, which has the possible origins of a colour scheme to make the movie mostly rougher. Out of them, she receives DLC palette swaps to the series. Like in Mario Strikers Charged Football, she has one of the crystal abilities.Mario Kart 8, appears as a sponsor in the game. It is Daisy's favourite sponsor and as such, she is able to put magic words and has a logo with Daisy for the sponsor. The sponsor itself showcases Daisy's emblem on top of an orange.
- Deanna Mustard, Daisy's voice actress, said in an interview that she loved the Super Dragon Smash Bros. movies because Daisy's personality shines through in these movies.
- Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate was the last instalment to show Daisy with crystal abilities.
- Daisy is the only fighter, wearing a viridian-coloured outfit (only while in her alternate outfit).
- Daisy is the only character, receiving new palette swaps for the movie.
- Daisy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl + Super Dragon Smash Bros. Brawl was seen for the first time wearing her striker gear via her Mario Strikers Charged Football trophy.
Daisy shares a deke ability with Dry Bones (the sidekick) and the defensive fighters: she has the ability to teleport in order to catch up with other fighters. She can use her teleporting ability to score more points very easily. Although she has extremely low shot power, her Crystal Smash! can be used to steal the ball from the fighter to guarantee a point, creating a perfect scoring chance. This, in combination with her high speed, makes her considered to be one of the best fighters.
Mega Strikes and Final Smashes Edit
Daisy’s Mega Strike, Crystallized Daisy (Dark Charge Daisy): Daisy jumps high into the air. She will leave a trail of blue diamonds as she will turn mostly black and blue and her eyes will be fully blue. The background turns blue as she raises her hand charging the blue crystals into her clenched fist. Then she launches the ball towards the Stadium by emitting the blue shining crystals. Daisy's Final Smash is Crystal Special: Daisy performs a jump and a twirl with the ball, leaving a floaty blue trail behind her. She then raises her hands in the air charging crystals into her clenched fists as she turns blue and black and her eyes glow a bright blue colour. Her outfit turns into a different type, with said Strikers Daisy. The closer to the opponent as Daisy determines the amount of damage dealt and the easier it will be to score a point for her when emitting shining crystals throughout the Final Smash.
Smash Challenges Edit
In Smash Challenges, Daisy and Peach play each other against the Ice Flower Cup semi-finals. She trails 4 points late and she has to make a comeback and win in two minutes and eight seconds. Completing the 1st challenge unlocks Star Toad. Daisy and Yoshi takes on within the second Lightning Cup game and she has to beat Yoshi at least 5 points. Completing the 4th challenge unlocks Star Yoshi. Peach and Daisy take on the Ice Bro Cup championship. The fighter plays as Peach by beating Daisy without conceding a point. Completing the 7th challenge unlocks Star Peach. Completing all challenges unlocks the Gem of Passion.
In Dragon Strikers Charged, Daisy is the 2nd opponent faced in the Star Cup tournament and she is in the home team. If the fighter plays as Daisy or has Daisy used as an Amiibo partner, the COM-controlled Daisy is substituted with Dr Daisy (Yellow Bronze Daisy if the fighter uses Daisy while Dr Daisy is the fighter playing as an Amiibo partner). In the Amiibo training, Daisy can be fully levelled up with a VS. match or played as a partner.
On-Screen Appearance Edit
Daisy appears facing the screen, generating crystals from between cupped hands. She then flourishes her hands while smiling.
Idle Poses Edit
- Daisy faces away and puts her hands in her hips.
- Daisy clenches her fists into her lungs and heart.
- Daisy shows off with her parasol saying "Yeah!" ("私は女性です!", I am the woman!).
- Daisy pumps her fist with her left hand saying "Woohoo!" ("私は彼らの中で最高です!", I'm the best of them all!).
- Daisy giggles with her hand placing her face. In Japanese, Daisy says ("そうそう、それはただ素敵です。.", This translates to "Oh yes, it's just lovely.")
Victory Themes & Poses Edit
Victory Screens (Individual) Edit
- Daisy does 1 jump while saying "I did it!" ("私は勝者です!, I am the winner!). She then twirls and she puts her right finger up into her left eye closed.
- Daisy twirls while saying "That's right! I'm the best!" ("うん！うまくいく!", Yeah! That works!) and she places two cupped hands.
- Daisy jumps 4 times while saying "I'm good!" ("私は究極です.", I'm the ultimate.) and she clenches her left fist while she places her clenched fist on her hip.
Daisy also had, along with all other fighters, her own victory animation and a victory theme. It is the We Are Daisy & We Are Peach intro. This was first used in the seventh instalment of the Super Dragon Smash Bros. series and was a shortened version in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate.
In Team Battles, Daisy had new victory poses. She uses her special victory poses to the fighters in team matches.
Victory Screens (Team) Edit
Daisy can either say her non-specific line, or her specific-line to the fighter during her victory poses. Daisy can say "You all did great!" ("誰もが素晴らしかった!", Everyone did great!) or "You all are amazing!" ("すごい、みんな!", Amazing, everyone!).
During the fighters' victory poses, Daisy can say "You did it, (Fighter's Name)!" ("やりました, (Fighter's Name)!", We did it, (Fighter's Name)!) or "Good job, (Fighter's Name)!" ("あなたは素晴らしかった, (Fighter's Name)!", This translates to "You did great, (Fighter's Name)!"
- Daisy punches with her fists 4 times and she pushes her right clenched fist into her left clenched fist on her hip.
- Daisy jumps twice before she looks at the fighter while clenching her fists and she twirls to the audience. This could also be a reference to Blaze and Daisy's special animation from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014.
- Daisy spins several times before posing, then she high-fives to the fighter and waves to the audience. This could be a reference to Peach and Daisy's special animation from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014.
Victory Pose (Awards Ceremony) Edit
Daisy clenches her fist, jumps twice, makes a kiss and does a pose. This victory pose is used when Daisy is finishing in 1st place. In double-fighter matches, Daisy also uses the same victory pose. In team battles, if there were more than two fighters on the winning team, Daisy will instead wave her hand. When Daisy is finished in 2nd or 3rd place, she puts her left hand into her hip, waves her right hand and she waves two hands.
Dr Daisy Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Dr Daisy is a fighter. This is also her most detailed model yet, with physics on her earrings and hair, along with hair textures. She is the first fighter to unlock. She wears in orange, yellow and white with her fighter number being 27.
As Dr Daisy is now a Technical type, causing her to fight differently from Dr Peach. She has good control than Dr Peach, but she has less control over her attacks. Her fighting skills matches due to her playing style. Her Mega Strike and her Final Smash has the technique to build momentum!
When she is unlocked, she is fought at Peach's Castle.
Yellow Bronze Daisy Edit
Yellow Bronze Daisy is an unlockable fighter in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. She is a DLC fighter and she is the 2nd fighter to unlock, and 1st in the DLC. Her number is 72.
Compared to the seventh instalment of the Super Dragon Smash Bros. series, Yellow Bronze Daisy hasn't been a playable fighter yet. She now uses her voice which was metallic. Yellow Bronze Daisy is a Technical type character in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, meaning like her fighters she has all technical statistics.
When she is unlocked, she is fought at Figure-8 Circuit.
Vacation Daisy Edit
Vacation Daisy is a DLC fighter in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. She is the eighth fighter to unlock, and seventh in the DLC. She is exclusive to Tokyo, Sochi, India and beyond. She is classified as 74e.
At the E3 2019, Vacation Daisy was confirmed to be a unlockable playable fighter in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. She is an Echo Fighter of Striped Peach, and also an unlockable fighter.
She will be classified as a Technical type and isn't playable in 2D Matches.
How to Unlock Edit
- Defeat 20 challengers, with Vacation Daisy being the tenth character unlocked.
- Clear all challenges from Smash Challenges, with Vacation Daisy being the fifth character unlocked.
- Have Vacation Daisy join the character's party in Story Mode.
In the first two methods, Vacation Daisy must be defeated in The Cup Tourney's Championship Round.
Skill Levels Edit
Daisy’s skill level is Superstar. She is faster, stronger and powerful than Peach for her movement and defence but she is not agile.
Fight Ultimate - Official Movie Channel Site Edit
Fight Ultimate is the official movie channel site where people play in the E3 2019 and view the character's images from the Super Dragon Smash Bros. Blog. With this movie, it is possible to view profiles against your friends, or anyone else using the Fight Ultimate - Official Movie Channel Site.
Daisy is the only fighter in this movie who has a relationship with Peach. In the Awards Ceremony, Daisy has a special victory animation with Peach. Daisy and Peach share a special animation during the medal ceremony if they win together a team battle. For their special animation, they spin several times before posing, then they high-five and wave to the audience. If there were more than two fighters during the medal ceremony, Daisy and Peach instead wave her right hand. When Daisy says that she's going to win the tournament, Daisy hugs Peach. Peach's Story Mode biography states that Daisy and Peach plans on holidays at the wintertime and go surfing with Rosalina in her free time. Daisy also mentions Peach in-game as well, saying she was glad she didn't go surfing with her yet and she'll save that fun after she wins the current battle.
Peach's Story Mode Bio:
"The Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom is having a blast in the beginning of the story! In her and Daisy's downtime, they plan holidays at winter time and maybe get a little surfing in with Rosalina."
Quick Match Edit
Quick Match is a mode that you can play races, sports or a quick VS. Match and play with others. The skill levels can be selected such as Novice, Professional, Superstar, Legend or Mega Striker. Each difficulty has its own set of medals for each match.
This is where you can watch the tenth instalment's single-player story. The story involved shadow fighters featured shadow clones of fighters. They appear to be evil and have a characteristic dark blue complexion with a negative-coloured complexion. The playable fighters have to face off against these shadow fighters in matches. (See the Movie Mode section)
Classic Mode: The War of The Princess Daisy Edit
Daisy's Classic Mode is entitled The War of The Princess Daisy. The theme of her Classic Mode is that all of her opponents are female fighters from their respective franchises. Her unlockable fighter is Blue Platinum Rosalina.
After Daisy's Classic Mode has been completed, the part clears, where a Daisy trophy gets unlocked. Peach can be seen giving a high five to Rosalina on the left side of Daisy.
The Story Mode and VS. Matches feature advantages. There are eight fighter types: Balanced, Technical, Speedy, Tricky, Defensive, Offensive, Play Maker and Power. Balanced fighters do not have a specific advantage but are listed "Balanced" in all modes. This is the first Super Dragon Smash Bros. instalment to have advantages. They feature stats of how powerful the fighter is.
The Cup TourneyEdit
The Cup Tourney is the second act in Story Mode. The bosses appear during the tournament. The fighter plays as Daisy, who needs to face nine opponents in nine matches. After the ninth round, Daisy will face the boss. If Daisy defeats the boss, she will move on to the next nine matches. Each challenger is randomised, so Daisy does not know who its next opponent will be.
Characters are Peach, Yoshi, Sonic, Tails, Amy, Rosalina, Blaze, Shadow and Rouge.
After 18 rounds have been cleared, Daisy will advance to Elimination Rounds. Daisy needs to play a series of three games. The opponent is Pink Gold Peach, where Daisy needs to beat her in Fighting (Individual). Daisy can then go to the Quarterfinal Match, where the opponent is Knuckles the Echidna. Daisy needs to beat him in 100m before she advances to Semi-finals. In the Semi-finals, the opponent is Silver the Hedgehog but after Daisy beats him, the opponent's name will be randomised from the roster. Daisy moves on to the Championship Round, where the Champion is Vacation Daisy. Daisy needs to beat Vacation Daisy in a series of three games. After the Championship Round, Daisy will face the final boss in Act 2. After the final boss is defeated, Daisy earns the trophy and the act ends, proceeding to the next act.
Daisy Circuit appears in the Story Mode. This takes place in a seaside resort. Daisy Circuit can be seen marked with an exclamation mark in the map.
Daisy Cruiser appears in the Story Mode. This takes place in a cruiser with a pool. This can be seen marked with an exclamation mark in the map.
Creation and Development Edit
While her in-game sprite is only 8-bit and lacks colours, Daisy's official artwork for Super Mario Land shows a detailed image of her. She has a round face shape and a beauty mark on her upper right cheek. She has long, red and ginger hair. Her earrings, dress jewel, and crown jewel all have blue gemstones encircled by five to six white petals. She wears a yellow dress with white flower motifs at the bottom of it. Her crown is red with no present gemstones on the side. Compared to Peach, Daisy has a rounder face, black eyes (which became blue in NES Open Tournament Golf) with only 2 eyelashes, a smaller nose, a bigger mouth with finer lips and hair of the same length but with a slightly different style. The most recent appearance of this design was in Super Mario Bros. Print World, using the same artwork from Super Mario Land but this one depicts Daisy with Peach's colour scheme.
Daisy received her second and current redesign in the early GCN era. She lost her tan and was given a very pale complexion. Her face was made wider and her cheeks became puffy to emphasise her sassy, tomboyish personality. Facial features such as her nose were presumably given a wider size to fit her new face shape. Her eyes were also made bigger to fit her new face shape and her irises became light blue. Her earrings now have a total of 6 white petals and the surrounding gem retains the green colour but lost the indigo transition shade. Her hair returns to its original titian colour but is made shorter with a curlier end. The crown is made gold and is given a green gem in the centre surrounded by four white petals with red gems on the side.
Her dress resembles Peach's dress but with two frills at the end of it and its colours are a golden yellow with deep orange highlights instead of its previous amber shade with white highlights. The high heel pumps she wears with her dress are orange traced with red. The body differences between Peach and Daisy are further distinguished during this period. Daisy is given a shorter body while Peach has a smaller waistline and a taller height. Her tomboyish and energetic sides are developed and is during the years more differentiated from Peach in their individual animations and characteristics. She is shown to be more cheerful, confident and brash.
Like with Peach, Daisy's default dress for Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate was adjusted to look more sophisticated and intricate. The costume contain gold, flame-like designs in addition to silk extensions on the brink of the conclusion of her dress. She has matching flame patterns close to to her jewel in addition to frills at the the front of her gown that part down the legs, flame-like plans close her frills. The gown has a silk front on the point of her brooch. Daisy's gloves also have flower patterns on them.
Daisy's Designs & Stats Edit
Daisy is a Defensive type in this movie. Daisy now uses vehicles and gliders reused from the past instalments. There are 3 sizes: Small, Medium and Large. Daisy is now in the Medium class, meaning that she is an All-Round fighter. It is the last instalment for Daisy becoming an All-Round fighter. Also, Daisy has palette swaps. She receives palette swaps, which has the possible origins of a colour scheme to make the movie mostly rougher. Out of them, she receives DLC palette swaps to the series.Daisy has a standard kart on the info box as shown on the right as an artwork (used as an artwork in Ultra-Smash). In Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Mario Sports Superstars (Tennis Mode) and Mario Tennis Aces, Daisy is an All-Round character type. Daisy's most recent appearance as an All-Round type is in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. Daisy's colour scheme appears to be a light yellow and orange body, black and orange wheels, her emblem in the middle, and two black and yellow pipe engines in the back. Daisy's standard kart is very balanced with makes her along with Peach and Yoshi qualify as All-Round type characters.
Star Characters Edit
Star Characters are characters who are in a background with a character in the centre and a gold trim with stars surrounding it, meant to represent a character. To unlock a star character, you must clear a challenge from Smash Challenges. Then, you will be capable of using it.
There are 14 star characters from across the Mario series, which are taken from Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash's KO Challenge mode. Daisy is preassigned to Star Daisy in the third challenge of Smash Challenges. To unlock Star Daisy, Sonic needs to beat Tails at least 5 points.
These are vehicles and gliders attributed to Princess Daisy throughout her many appearances.
Standard Kart Edit
The Standard Kart is a default kart in every Mario Kart game. It is a much counterpart of Mario Kart 7's Pipe Frame. Like in Mario Kart DS and Mario Kart 7, the emblem is located on the hood. In Mario Kart 8 the Standard Kart again tends to have average stats, with above average air speed and off-road traction while having below average acceleration and anti-gravity handling, while in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe the Standard Kart has an increased acceleration, Mini-Turbo, anti-gravity speed, ground handling and anti-gravity handling at the expense of decreased off-road traction and air speed, leading to average values in all stats.
All COM players may use this kart body, often pairing it with the Standard tires. However, the COM-controlled heavyweights who have a large body frame (excluding Link, as well as Rosalina in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe) will most likely pair this kart body with the Monster tires instead.
Daisy's standard kart is very balanced alongside Peach and Yoshi. In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy, Peach and Yoshi are All-Round type characters.
Pipe Frame EditThe Pipe Frame is a kart first used in Super Mario Kart. This time, it now resembles the kart's original design from Super Mario Kart, featuring only one exhaust pipe instead of two as seen in Mario Kart 64, Mario Kart: Super Circuit and Mario Kart 7. Additionally, the character emblem is now located in the front.
There are 19 colours, of which can be customized. The colour scheme consists of 19 tones: red, pink, lime green, blue, turquoise, green, orange, cyan, purple, indigo, grey, magenta, white, black, brown, metallic grey, pink gold and gold. In Story Mode, the Pipe Frame’s colour schemes will be randomized from the roster. You can customize your Pipe Frame’s colour scheme when you go to Gallery in the Vaults menu!
Circuit SpecialEditThe Circuit Special debuts in Mario Kart 8 as an unlockable kart body. It offers a speed and weight boost, but it hinders in acceleration and especially traction; it shares its stats with the Sports Coupe, Mach 8, B Dasher, P-Wing, and Gold Standard. It shares the same sound with the Sports Coupe and is one of the few vehicles in the game to have a supercharged engine, along with the aforementioned karts.
A COM-controlled Yoshi, Rosalina, Metal Mario, and Pink Gold Peach may occasionally use this kart body with the Standard tires.
Super Glider Edit
The Super Glider or Super Kite is a default glider in Mario Kart 7, Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart Tour. It does not offer any stat boosts in any way, but like all the other gliders in the series, it enables racers to go airborne after driving off a Glide Ramp. Its colour scheme is determined by the character who is using it. Daisy's Super Glider is orange, while Peach's is pink and Yoshi's is green.
Flower Glider Edit
The Flower Glider is a glider attributed to Princess Daisy in Mario Kart 8. Its design looks identical to the Flower Glider in Mario Kart 8, but there are a few noticeable differences between the two. The petals are now orange and much stiffer. In addition, the green stem is thinner.
The Peach Parasol is a glider attributed to Princess Peach, Wintertime Peach, Wedding Peach, Kimono Peach, Vacation Peach, Vacation Daisy, Princess Daisy, Rosalina, Swimwear Rosalina, Halloween Rosalina, Aurora Rosalina, Fairy Daisy and Holiday Cheer Daisy in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. It is now less transparent and adorned with a royal pattern on the white line and the shaft is now brown instead of tan. The same colour changes apply like the previous instalment, but only when using Daisy, Kimono Peach, Wintertime Peach, Wedding Peach, Vacation Peach, Vacation Daisy, Swimwear Rosalina, Halloween Rosalina, Aurora Rosalina, Fairy Daisy, Easter Peach, Easter Rosalina and Holiday Cheer Daisy. Peach, Daisy and Rosalina (including DLC fighters) have colour schemes of the Peach Parasol, including one that was Kimono Peach's colour scheme of the Peach Parasol is pink; Wedding Peach's colour scheme is white; Wintertime Peach's colour scheme is black; Vacation Peach's colour scheme is pink (that is the same for Kimono Peach and the rest of the characters); Vacation Daisy's colour scheme is orange and turquoise; Swimwear Rosalina's colour scheme is turquoise (that is the same for Rosalina); Halloween Rosalina's colour scheme is purple; Aurora Rosalina's colour scheme is cyan-blue; Fairy Daisy's colour scheme is yellow-orange; Easter Peach’s colour scheme is pink and blue; Easter Rosalina’s colour scheme is turquoise-green; Holiday Cheer Daisy's colour scheme of the Peach Parasol was in two colours: red and green.
Daisy can in other forms that show up briefly movies she appeared in, or solely in one movie. Below are all of the alternate forms/appearances Daisy has taken on to date.
The Movie Mode in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate would feature clones of fighters called shadow variants of the fighters. They appear to be evil and have a characteristic dark blue complexion with a negative-coloured complexion. The playable fighters need to face off against these shadow fighters in matches.
Crystallized Daisy Edit
Crystallized Daisy is a form when Daisy performs the Mega Strike in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. When Daisy performs the Mega Strike, Daisy jumps up high into the air with the ball. She then raises her hand, charging crystals into her clenched fist as her skin turns black and her eyes glow a bright blue colour and she punches the ball straight towards the Stadium emitting shining crystals throughout the mega strike.
Fire Daisy Edit
Fire Daisy is a form when Daisy has a palette swap in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. The Fire Flower is an item where characters can hurl fireballs.
Peach Daisy Edit
Peach Daisy is a form when Daisy has a palette swap in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. Daisy's palette swap is identical to Peach's dress.
Classic Daisy Edit
Classic Daisy is a form when Daisy has a palette swap in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. Daisy's palette swap is identical to her dress used in 2000.
History of Daisy References in Various Venues Edit
The course features a large castle through which players can drive. On the second floor of the castle, there are pictures of Peach and Daisy along either side of the walls along with advertisements for Royal Patisserie Peach & Daisy. From the second floor of the castle you can jump off and land back in the village. In said village, many houses, large windmills, hot air balloons and towers made from candies can be seen.
There are no references to Daisy on this venue, but Daisy and Peach uses the field in Mario Smash Football.
Classic Daisy (Palette Swap) Edit
Daisy's palette swap released for this movie is Classic Daisy. Daisy's first palette swap is light yellow with white panniers and bottom frills, with blue brooch and earrings, pink crown, yellow crown jewel and orange heels. This potentially could be a reference to Classic Daisy.
Peach Daisy (Palette Swap) Edit
Daisy's palette swap released for this movie is Peach Daisy. Daisy's third palette swap is light pink with pink panniers and bottom frills, with blue brooch and earrings, pink crown jewel and pink heels. The colour on her hair is blonde.
There are three things that could reference. It could be Peach, a cherry blossom in Tokyo or a possible reference on her coloured sprite from Super Mario Land.
This is a remixed version of the music from Wii Daisy Circuit used in Mario Kart 8 in this instalment.
Sponsors & Banners Edit
Daisy's Banner Edit
Daisy's banner was first used in the seventh instalment when the website references Daisy's connection to her kingdom. The banner consists of Daisy's colours: orange, yellow and green.
Royal Patisserie Peach & Daisy Edit
Peach & Daisy Royal Patisserie is a sponsor reused from Mario Kart 8. The sponsor itself depicts a crown with three jewels in the shape of flowers, with two circular jewels on either end. The colour of the jewel’s alternates between pink and light blue.
Princess Orange Edit
Princess Orange is a sponsor reused from Mario Kart 8. The sponsor itself depicts an emblem on the top of an orange. The background's colour is green while the second is yellow and orange. This time however, the sponsor has Daisy holding an orange and an orange juice carton next to the logo Princess Orange. It says "Put some sun in your morning!" for the movie's sponsor.
Grabs & PummelsEdit
Daisy hosted an ultimate game night as a competition. The first fighter who completes the game will earn points. A maximum of 10 points are given by completing a game. The losing fighter will also receive some points. After a specific number of games, the fighter with the most points win the competition and earns a gold medal.
Daisy's Costumes Edit
Daisy's Striker Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a striker gear based on Mario Strikers Charged Football. The gear consists into an orange armour with yellow, white and viridian patterns, depending if you're home or away.
Daisy also wears her striker gear in fighting, gymnastics, shooting, track and field sports, winter sports, football, surfing, equestrian, karate, fencing, tennis, table tennis, basketball and volleyball.
Daisy's Surfing Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a surfing gear based on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The gear consists into a tight black wet suit with a yellow part on the top half, on the front and a vertical yellow stripe on each leg.
Daisy's Swimming Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a gear usable in swimming. The gear consists into a yellow and deep orange next to her arms and shoulders. The gear is reminiscent to Peach's swimming gear used in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
Daisy's Equestrian Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives an equestrian gear based on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The gear consists into a red equestrian jacket, white leggings and brown boots.
Shadow Daisy Edit
Shadow Daisy is Daisy's ultimate costume when Daisy faces ??? Daisy in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. Her skin is violet-black and her eyes are cyan-white.
Crystallized Daisy Edit
Crystallized Daisy is Daisy's ultimate costume when Daisy does her Mega Strike in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. She clenches her fist, creating crystals into it. Her skin is black and her eyes glow a bright blue colour.
Daisy's Karate Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a karate gear based on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The gear consists into a white karate kimono, with red, yellow, green, blue, grey, black, orange, pink, brown or rainbow belt and red, yellow, green, blue, grey, black, orange, pink, brown or rainbow gloves.
Daisy's Fencing Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a fencing gear based on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The gear consists into a fully white slim jogging costume with orange stripes on the sleeves and on the upper part of the trousers.
Daisy's Winter Gear EditIn Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a winter gear usable in winter sports and equestrian. The gear consists into a yellow dress, orange shrug, orange leggings, white shoes, white gloves and a white stripe on each leg.
Daisy's Sports Gear Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives a sport gear based on every Mario game. The gear consists into a yellow tank top, orange shorts and orange shoes. However, in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Daisy wore her new sports outfit instead of the usual outfit.
Home & Away Dresses Edit
Home Dress: Daisy wears a light orange dress with orange panniers and frills.
Away Dress: Daisy wears a viridian dress with blue-green panniers and frills.
Fighter Card Edit
Skins & Designs Edit
Daisy's dress was adjusted to look more sophisticated and intricate. The costume contain gold, flame-like designs in addition to silk extensions on the brink of the conclusion of her dress. She has matching flame patterns close to her jewel in addition to frills at the front of her gown that part down the legs, flame-like plans close her frills. The gown has a silk front on the point of her brooch. Daisy has moderate blossom motifs on her gloves.
Since Daisy is an echo fighter of Peach, the sketch-ups, the colours and the designs are completely identical to the old version. There are 3 identical types of Daisy’s textures. They are in a different type of a possible character texture scheme. The old version has similar designs on Daisy’s dress. The new version has identical designs and patterns on Daisy’s dress.
Alternate Costumes (Remake) Edit
Daisy’s alternate costumes have a remake. She receives 8 remake alternate costumes. Alt Seven, Daisy’s dress is black. Her shoes are black and her jewels are teal. The crown jewel is in a different colour because her crown is yellow. Her panniers and frills are yellow and the dress has a yellow pattern. Alt Six, Daisy’s dress is white. Her heels are white and her panniers and frills are also completely white. Her jewels are yellow-green and her crown has a different colour, with said silver. This remake has new colours and designs along her dress.
|Orange||Resembles her appearance in the Mario games.|
|Green||Based on Peach’s appearances on the title screen of NES Open Tournament Golf and Mario Golf. Also based on the colour scheme of a Green Power Star.|
|Pink||Resembles Peach in the Mario games.|
|Blue||Based on her appearance on the title screen of NES Open Tournament Golf.|
|Red||Resembles Pauline from Super Mario Odyssey.|
|Purple||Resembles the gemstone Amethyst and her appearance of the short game from Mario Tennis.|
|White||Resembles Peach’s wedding gown from Super Mario Odyssey and Super Paper Mario. The dress is reminiscent to Princess Peach’s wedding costume.|
|Black||Resembles Dark Daisy. Also resembles the colour scheme of a Power Star.|
|Costume 1||Official Regular Costume Artwork|
|Costume 2||A Costume in Super Mario Strikers/Mario Smash Football|
|Costume 3||Complimentary to Daisy’s Sports Outfit from Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash and Mario Tennis Aces|
|Costume 4||A Costume in Smash|
|Costume 5||A Model Costume from Mario Strikers Charged Football|
|Costume 6||A Teal Model Costume from Mario Strikers Charged Football|
General Information in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate Edit
Physical Description Edit
Daisy is represented by the colours yellow, orange, and green. Daisy usually wears a yellow, floor-length gown with white and orange accents. The details of the dress include puffed sleeves with white, petal-shaped openings, a white, petal-shaped collar, orange panniers at her waist, and orange frills at the opening of her dress. Her accessories include short, white gloves with petal-shaped openings, orange heels, a gold crown with red jewels on the sides, flower-shaped earrings, and a flower-shaped brooch; her jewellery is coordinated with green gems and white, petal-shaped rims. Her basic move-set is the same as Peach's, but this princess has her own unique personality. She's known for being upbeat, energetic, and a bit of a tomboy.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy voices by Deanna Mustard in all regions from across the Mario series since Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour in 2003. She became a playable fighter during the E3 2018 alongside Inkling and Ridley. She is an Echo Fighter of Princess Peach, with her number being 13ε. She is the 8th Super Mario character to be playable in the Super Smash Bros. A Super Smash Bros. series amiibo of Daisy has been released as of April 2019.
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate Daisy starts in orange with her team and character numbers being 9 and 13e. Daisy's gear from Mario Smash Football exists of two pieces: a jersey and shorts. She also wears soccer shoes. Daisy wears a two-piece soccer uniform that bares her midriff in Mario Smash Football. Daisy has a new alternate outfit from Ultimate. In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate she dons added designs to the outfit due to the movie's intensity. The uniform includes numerous flower patterns and is available in two colours. The first is mostly orange while the alternate is mostly green. Daisy's number can be found on the fighter card.
Alternate Outfits Edit
In NES Open Tournament Golf, she wore a sundress that's similar overall to her usual dress, although it had a miniskirt, and she lacked a crown. In-game, however, she was depicted as wearing a blue dress as well as blonde, presumably due to graphic limitations.
For Daisy's official re-entry into the Mario series overall in Mario Tennis (N64), Daisy wears a tennis outfit similar to Peach's; however, the design itself matches Daisy's classic main dress that she wore since her debut in Super Mario Land. Aside from this, she also wore a variation of this dress that had the yellow and white colours being replaced with lavender and dark purple, respectively, when used in Short Game mode for Mario Tennis. When the GameCube Mario instalments came around, however, her modern/current sports attire started to make their debut appearances as well. Daisy's primary athletic wear is a two-piece outfit, introduced in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour. It includes a yellow tank top with her flower brooch, orange shorts, and tennis shoes with socks. Daisy appears in this more often than any other outfit, including her usual gown. She also has an athletic miniskirt, introduced in Mario Hoops 3-on-3. It is a yellow skirt with two orange accents at the bottom resembling the ruffles on her usual gown. This outfit was first an unlockable alternative to her two-piece athletic wear and was used as her primary athletic wear in Mario Tennis Open and Mario Golf: World Tour.
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, she wears an outfit similar to her regular athletic outfit; the tank top now has white accents on the sides and bares her midriff, while the shorts are a bit darker and longer and come with yellow accents. This outfit receives some minor additions depending on the sport, such as a brown harness belt in the Sport Climbing and Archery events, or burnt orange knee-high socks in Football and Rugby Sevens.
In Mario Smash Football, Daisy wears a two-piece soccer uniform that bears her midriff. In Mario Strikers Charged Football, she dons added armour to the gear during the game. The uniform includes numerous flower patterns and is available in two colours. The first is mostly orange while the alternate is mostly green. Daisy's soccer number can be found on the back of her chest-plate. Daisy appears in this outfit for her trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
In Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 8/Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Daisy wears a jumpsuit when riding motorbikes instead of karts, and also on ATVs in the latter two titles. Daisy's jumpsuit is white with yellow as a secondary colour. It includes a yellow scarf and a yellow heart graphic on the back. It features white-rimmed yellow elbow-length gloves, similar to Princess Peach's regular gloves, and matching knee-high boots in yellow with white trim and soles.
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Daisy wears an outfit more suited for cold weather. The outfit is a yellow mini-dress with orange shrug and orange tights with vertical white stripes on both sides. White gloves and ankle boots with a yellow bottom are included.
In Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Daisy wears a yellow leotard with orange lining on either side that also functions as a swimsuit; she is seen wearing this for the gymnastic and aquatic events in these instalments.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, similar to Princess Peach, although technically not an alternate outfit, Daisy's standard dress was modified 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, as well 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. She was also shown to have slight flower patterns on her gloves. She also had seven different colourations of her dress, including one that was primarily green with yellow panniers and a reddish-purple centre in her flower brooch and earrings, as well as the forward jewel of her crown (reminiscent of Princess Peach's appearance in the main menu of NES Open Tournament Golf); a pink dress with red panniers and purple centres for her brooch and earrings; a blue dress with purple panniers as well as a dark green centre for her various jewellery (reminiscent of Daisy's appearance in the main menu of NES Open Tournament Golf); a red dress with grey panniers, black frills and gloves, and brown jewels; a violet dress with light blue panniers and magenta jewels (reminiscent of Daisy's alternate costume in Mario Tennis), and an all-white dress with grey jewellery (referencing a wedding dress and complimenting Peach's white alternate costume); and a black dress with green panniers as well as amber jewellery (resembling her in-game monochromatic appearance in Super Mario Land).
In Mario Kart Tour, as "Daisy (Holiday Cheer)", Daisy wears a heavy red dress with white trimmings and buttons. Her crown is replaced with a red beret with green holly leaves, and she has black leggings with white-and-red coloured shoes, befitting the Christmas aspect of the London Tour. Likewise, as "Daisy (Fairy)", Daisy as implied by the name of the outfit wears a yellow sundress modelled after flowers with green straps, plants with green leaves near the waist as well as pink and white flowers, with a white flower crown and yellow butterfly wings similar to common depictions of fairies. She is also barefoot in this attire.
- "Daisy!" (when selected)
- "Let's go!" (when selected)
- "Ha-ha-ha! Let's do this!"
- "Here I go!"
- "Yes! Victory!" (when finished in 1st place)
- "Ha-ha-ha, all right!"
- "Oh, yeah! Winner!"
- "Okay. That'll do." (when finished in 2nd-3rd place)
- "Phew, not bad." (when finished in 2nd-3rd place)
- "Aww! Not this time." (when finished in 7th place or lower or when finished in a Game Over)
Holiday/Christmas Card Edit
Daisy receives a Holiday/Christmas Card in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. It says either "This is for you!", "I sent you a gift." or "You can keep this!" and contains additional information. It also contains fighters, emblems, items and vice versa depending on the fighters doing well.
Daisy Parasol is Daisy’s special. She then uses her opened parasol by floating upward and not take damage. She can use her daisy parasol with the ball, her deke, devastate fighters and shield her efforts, creating a perfect scoring chance.
Fairy Daisy is a fighter in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. She is an unlockable DLC fighter. She is the sixth fighter to unlock and fifth in the DLC. When she is unlocked, she is defeated in Table Tennis. Her number is 73.
She is a Technical type, which means she has fighting techniques. Her dress represents a daisy, she has butterfly wings on her back, a flower crown and leaves serve as shoulder straps. Fairy Daisy's dress is a yellow sundress modelled after flowers with green straps, plants with green leaves near the waist as well as pink and white flowers, with a white flower crown and yellow butterfly wings similar to common depictions of fairies. She is also barefoot in this attire.
Movie Mode Edit
Movie Mode acts as the tenth instalment's story mode, featuring cutscenes and matches like a typical Super Dragon Smash Bros. movie. It is revealed that the movie takes place in the World of Light, which was destroyed in ancient times by shadow fighters. This is where the five Power Stones hide in new places. Princess Daisy is a supporting character in the movie's Story Mode. In the opening cutscene before the first part (Squad Leader), Daisy is absent but she is playable in Part 1. After the Dragon Strikers Charged finals, Daisy is seen watching the visitors offer Pierson the legendary crystal with a worried expression. When Aiello takes the crystal, a cyclone begins ensues. Daisy is the first to run for cover.
Once the storm concludes, Daisy talks with Pierson, Red Toad and Peach about what happened. Daisy notes that the visitors were acting very strange and later realizes that Red Toad isn't telling the group everything he knows and demands him to reveal the information.
Daisy wants to help Pierson find Aiello but Red Toad convinces her to stay since the job wasn't suited for two diplomats and just in case Aiello and the visitors decide to attack the court. Later in the movie, Pierson and Red Toad return to the football grass court and reunite with the princesses. The princesses then have a match against the possessed visitors.
Daisy and Peach meets the Echo Fighter, Daniels, who is classified as 15e, who is warming up for the fighting. Despite wanting to be focused, Daisy wanted to defeat Daniels in Karate, which she wins. After Daniels's loss, he then asks Peach why she is looking for Hiccup in the first place, which also increases Daisy's curiosity since she never asked either. After Peach explains the situation, Daniels joins by searching for Hiccup. Then the movie goes on.
Spirits are essentially the spirits of characters whose ultimate form have been separated from their physical form and are forced into Puppet Fighters, which are duplications of playable fighters made by the central antagonist of Story Mode. Puppet Fighters have a playstyle exactly the same as the characters they duplicate, but have additional power ups. To capture a spirit, you must either battle against the Puppet Fighter it is possessing. To unlock spirits, you must defeat fighters in races, sports or matches. Then, you will be capable of using it.
There are four Spirit Classes, which inform you on how powerful said Spirit is. Novice Spirits are the weakest, Advanced Spirits are a little bit stronger, Ace Spirits are powerful and Legend Spirits are exceptionally brawny. In addition, all Spirits are classified into four Types. There are Primary Spirits, Support Spirits, Fighter Spirits and Master Spirits.
Daisy's Amiibo was released during the E3 2019. Daisy can be played as an Amiibo partner with a fighter. Daisy's Amiibo was available when she was a playable fighter during the E3 2019 and DLC versions. The amiibo can now allow fighters to save data about the character to increase its strength. When amiibo level up after completing a set number of matches, a random stat out of the eleven stats get enhanced. In addition, each stat has its own slot limitations: for example, an amiibo character cannot have more than three speed stats in their inventory. Once all ten stat slots are filled, the amiibo cannot obtain any more stats though characters can remove gained stats, so the slot can be filled by another stat. These are the following stats that can be enhanced:
- Movement (Ten slots) - "Increases the power of your amiibo character's movement."
- Shooting (Three slots) - "Increases your amiibo character's shooting and stamina."
- Passing (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's ability to pass the ball."
- Defence (Ten slots) - "Quickens your amiibo character's defence and reach."
- Stamina (Ten slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's stamina and agility."
- Skill (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's ability to use various attacks and moves."
- Agility (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's power, speed and agility."
- Control (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's fighting control."
- Finesse (Four slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's finesse and stamina."
- Speed (Five slots) - "Increases your amiibo character's acceleration speed."
- Power (Seven slots) - "Increases the power of your amiibo character's speed and power."
Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate can be modified through hacking the Microsoft Windows system to make "skin mods" by applying different textures and effects. Here are a few textures submitted to replicate Daisy.
Luigi Daisy Edit
Here is Princess Daisy's skin mod. Daisy's mod switches her colours for Luigi's. Her hair is brown while her dress is green and blue.
Holiday Cheer Daisy Edit
This is a skin mod for Princess Daisy switching her colours for the DLC character, Holiday Cheer Daisy's.
Palette Swaps Edit
In Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate, Daisy receives new palette swaps. She receives 21 different colourations, including one that was a fully white dress and yellow-green jewellery (reminiscent to Peach’s wedding gown); a light yellow dress with white panniers and frills and blue centres of her brooch, a brown forward jewel of her crown (referencing to Classic Daisy); a fully purple dress with green jewellery (reminiscent to Daisy’s colour scheme from Mario Tennis); a red dress with maroon panniers and frills and brown centres of her brooch and earrings (referencing Pauline); a yellow dress with purple panniers and frills and green jewellery.
A set of palette swap version of her called Spain Daisy, Japan Daisy and France Daisy. As implied by the names, Daisy wore a red dress with yellow panniers and frills and yellow jewellery; a dress with red panniers and frills and red jewellery; a blue dress with red panniers and frills and a dark pink centre of her brooch and earrings as well of the forward jewel of her crown; a black dress with yellow panniers and frills and viridian jewellery; a light blue dress with viridian panniers and frills as well of her viridian jewellery (referencing Daisy’s striker gear from Mario Strikers Charged Football); a bright pink dress with pink panniers and frills, and a dark pink forward jewel and blue centres of her brooch and earrings (referencing Peach); a green dress with yellow panniers and frills, and green jewellery; a cyan dress with white panniers and frills, amber brooch and earrings, and a dark pink centre of her crown (referencing Rosalina); a white dress with orange panniers and frills, as well as her viridian jewellery (referencing Fire Peach); a white-and-red dress with blue panniers, red, white and blue frills and silver jewellery.
A second set of palette swap version of her called Germany Daisy, Switzerland Daisy and Brazil Daisy. As implied by the names, Daisy wore a black-and-red dress with red panniers and yellow frills, and yellow jewellery; a white-and-red dress with red frills and white panniers and silver jewellery; a green-and-yellow dress with blue frills and yellow panniers including blue jewellery. A second set of palette swap version of her called Mexico Daisy and Portugal Daisy. As implied by the names, Daisy wore a green, red and white dress with green-and-red panniers and white frills and yellow jewellery; a green dress with shining green panniers and frills as well as green jewellery (referencing the gemstone Emerald).
Holiday Cheer Daisy Edit
Holiday Cheer Daisy is a fighter in Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate. She is a DLC fighter and an unlockable fighter. She is the last fighter to unlock and last also in the DLC. Her fighter number is 77. When she is unlocked, she is defeated in Volleyball.
She is a Technical type in this movie. Holiday Cheer Daisy's dress appears to be a red dress with white gloves and green jewels. Her crown is replaced with a red beret with green holly leaves, and black leggings with red shoes. Holiday Cheer Daisy's dress is fluffy on the edge of her skirt and gloves. Holiday Cheer Daisy is holding a Christmas present for her artwork. This appears to be a green box with a gold ribbon, tying it on the top into a gold bow. Her vehicles are a Ribbon Rider and Glitter Glider (Gift Glider as an alternate). Holiday Cheer Daisy also has a new item, which is the Easter basket. Holiday Cheer Daisy was holding a basket filled with Easter eggs.