Super Mario Bros. (1985)
Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Jennifer Lee Taylor
Princess Peach, also known as Princess Toadstool, is the damsel-in-distress and rewarder in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS.
Peach is a somewhat tall, blonde haired woman. She wears a pink dress with a jewel at the top of here dress. She wears a crown with a red, blue, and green jewel. She also wears white gloves.
Princess Peach was captured by
Bowser and trapped inside the castle walls. If Mario makes his way throughout the castle and recollecting the Power Stars, Peach is freed from the walls and the game is over.
In both of the Super Mario 64 games, Peach is unplayable.
Peach first appeared as a redhaired woman with a white dress in the original Super Mario Bros.
Peach's first name was actually Princess Toadstool , until it was changed to Princess Peach in Super Mario 64.
Peach almost always wears her pink dress. She only does not in the Mario Sports series and some Mario Kart games.
Peach as she appears in the intro Edit
Peach, as she appears in the intro of Super Mario 64 DS alongside her letter
Peach as she appears in the ending Edit
The final star turns into Peach, who is accompanied by two Toads.
Peach blinks a few times. After that...
...she thanks Mario for recovering all 120 stars and saving her and...
...gives him a well deserved kiss.
At the end, Mario, Peach and the two Toads wave the player goodbye.
Lakitu also leaves the party and the screen.
The transforming painting Edit
Occasionally paintings of Peach can be found in the castle.
Some of them transform into Bowser paintings while others stay the way they are.