Princess Daisy from Super Mario Land and many other Nintendo Games

Princess Daisy is a protagonist and often playable character by Nintendo that debuted in Super Mario Land (1989) as the next Princess that Mario would have to find and rescue. She made her playable debut after over ten years in Mario Tennis (2000) on the Nintendo 64 and returned as a playable character in many Mario Bros. based Crossovers like Mario Kart, Mario Party and the many Mario Sports games.

Princess Daisy looked a lot like Princess Peach in her first design and kinda replaced her in Super Mario Land, when she was re-introduced she became slowly a tomboy-ish character that is full of energy and quite a difference to the other lady-like Princesses in the Mario Universe. She is a love interest of Luigi, but Wario as well as Waluigi have a crush on her too. 

Daisy has her name from the same named flower.



Princess Daisy from Super Mario Land: an Overview

Charactername:  Princess Daisy   Developed /Created by  Nintendo
Gameseries:  Super Mario Bros and many Crossover & Spinoff games   First seen on: Game Boy
First Game:  Super Mario Land   Year first seen:  1989
Last Game: Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (2016)    Birthplace:  
Role(s) and Characteristics: Protagonist      
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Official Game Art like promotional Illustrations of Princess Daisy from Nintendo

Princess Daisy Mario tennis Ultra Smash Official Game Art Render

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (2015)


Princess Daisy Mario Party 8 Official Art Render Princess Daisy Render Art from Mario Party 8

Mario Party 8 (2008)


Princess Daisy Super Mario Land Official Art

Super Mario Land (1989)



Princess Daisy in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects


Princess Daisy is not yet a part of a Game-Art-HQ Community Art Collaboration


Selected Fan Art and Cosplay of Princess Daisy


Princess Daisy Art by Carlos Corea  Princess Daisy Pin Up Art by Carlos Corea

Princess Daisy X2

by Carlos Corea



Updates and Additions in the Princess Daisy Gallery