|“||Hi, I'm Daisy||„|
|~ Princess Daisy|
Princess Daisy (デイジー姫 Deiji-hime) is the ruler of Sarasaland and the love interest of Luigi. Although Daisy is the ruler of Sarasaland, she currently resides in the Mushroom Kingdom. She is shown to be the more intelligent princess out of the two. Her best friend is Princess Peach and is like a cousin to her. Despite being sweet and very beautiful, Daisy is a tomboy, something first stated in her debut appearance, Super Mario Land. In complement to her name, she has an affinity for flowers. Her attire, special abilities, personal emblems, and general representations are often flowers, as well. She first appeared in Super Mario Land on the Game Boy in 1989, and was a forgotten character until Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64 eleven years later, like Waluigi, Princess Daisy was playable in every Mario spin-off game to date. After an early hiatus, Daisy was reintroduced due to a lack of human characters in the series. She appears most often in the Mario spin-off games.
Daisy is a human with blue eyes, wears a crown with a flower on it, ginger hair, a long, yellow, and orange flower-like dress with a flower on her chest, gloves, and flower earings, on her feet she wears orange woman shoes. In the series of Mario and Sonic she wears an orange gymnastic dress, short pants and orange gymnastic shoes with white socks in the normal sports, in the acquatic sports she wears an orange swimsuit and she is also barefooted.
in Super Mario Land. Tatanga, a space alien, invades Daisy's nation, Sarasaland, in order to marry her and make her his queen. He kidnaps Daisy, and hypnotizes all the land's inhabitants, enslaving them into his army. Mario attempts to rescue Daisy and bring peace to Sarasaland by traveling through each of the four kingdoms in pursuit of Tatanga to try and defeat him. Throughout the game, enemies disguise themselves as Daisy to trick Mario into believing he has rescued her. In the end Daisy is rescued, but Tatanga manages to escape. Daisy thanks Mario, and the two fly away in an aeroplane.