Mario and Daisy have not shown friendly interactions in later games. In Fortune Street , Daisy and Mario seem to be on friendly terms based on the dialogue they say to each other. Despite being friends, Mario and Daisy do not share player chemistry in either of the Mario Baseball games. In the introduction to Mario Superstar Baseball, Daisy can be seen rooting for Mario alongside Peach when he's playing, and celebrating with everyone else when he scores.
During an official event at a Nintendo World Store in , fans were able to talk with Mario through live video chat while being voiced by Charles Martinet, the official voice of Mario and Luigi. When asked "If you were stranded on an island, what three things would you want to bring with you? Daisy's feelings for Mario leads up to a rivalry between her and Peach for Mario's affections. Daisy also appears to have a crush on Mario in a volume of Super Mario-Kun, where Peach is shown to be jealous.
In Super Mario Compact Disco , there are several indications that Daisy and Mario share a romantic interest in each other. Daisy's trophy in Super Smash Bros. Luigi has quite a crush on her, and it's rumored there is an attraction between the two. Waluigi also happens to have a crush on Princess Daisy, which may well cause some trouble at the party In Mario Party 8, their team name is "Tango Tanglers". Daisy and Luigi walking together in Mario Party: Island Tour In the opening of Mario Party: Island Tour , Luigi and Daisy can be seen walking together, as Peach looks on with Mario by her side.
In the opening to Mario Super Sluggers, after Luigi gets knocked into a wall by Donkey Kong, the first reaction the player sees is Daisy and a fellow toad gasp in concern.
When it appears that he is alright, Daisy runs from her spot as an onlooker, presumably to join the cast in celebrating with Luigi. In the opening of Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour , Daisy and Peach can be heard calling "Luigi" and "Mario" respectively, to summon the brothers to "tea-time". Luigi responds to the summons with an "Okie-dokie! The opening then goes on to show Daisy and Luigi golfing alongside Mario and Peach.
When Luigi makes an impressive shot, Daisy can be heard shouting "Wow! During this scene, she shouts "Hey sweetie! In Super Smash Bros.
Daisy's trophy also states that Luigi is quite smitten with her. Daisy is more of a headstrong, active type. That's all part of her charm, though, and rumour has it that's why Luigi's so smitten with her. In Fortune Street, Daisy and Luigi give several comments about each other and to each other throughout the game. After building an estate agency, Luigi says: Help me out, estate agency! I wish I was in your shoes!
When Luigi is close to victory, Daisy can tell him, "Oh, Luigi! You sure you don't want to let ME win? After all we've been through together! Trade shops with me, won't you? When Daisy lands on a low-priced shop Luigi owns, she encourages him to try harder, "Luigi, Luigi, Luigi You could make this shop so much bigger! During an official event at a Nintendo World Store in , fans were able to talk with Mario and Luigi through live video chat while being voiced by Charles Martinet.
When Luigi was asked "So how's Daisy doing? When he came home, he told Mario about how his head was spinning, and Mario told him to stop eating anchovies.
However Luigi told him it was his heart that was beating fast, to which Mario responded, "Wow bro you got it bad. Ever since Daisy's big return to the Mario series in Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64 in , Daisy and Peach are portrayed as best friends.
While the Prima guides for Mario Kart: Peach and Daisy are often seen together in Mario games they both appear in, and Daisy is often partnered with Peach in several games. Toadstool Tour is the first game where Peach and Daisy are default partners. Peach and Daisy share the Heart item in Mario Kart: In both Mario Baseball games, Peach and Daisy share good chemistry, and Daisy is the co-captain of Peach's team in both games. Several pieces of artwork throughout the various Mario games feature Peach and Daisy together, such as Mario Kart: Peach and Daisy also have a few team names in the Mario Party series when they're paired up.
In Mario Party 8, their team name is "Damsels in Success". In the game's introduction, they are seen next to each other for a majority of the time. Towards the end of the introduction, Daisy and Peach look to each other and smile. Once Toadsworth explains the situation, Peach joins the team and insists that the team goes searching for Daisy. Once the team meets up with Daisy, Peach shows deep concern towards her friend. Daisy will join the team after the player finds a Toad statue to prevent Peach's garden from flooding.
After the player recruits every teammate in Peach's Ice Garden, Peach will name everyone that is on her team, also referring to Daisy as her friend. Peach is mentioned in many of Daisy's character bios. Mario Party 6's website mentions that Peach missed female companionship until Daisy moved into the Mushroom Kingdom.
Mario Kart 7's website refers to Daisy as "Princess Peach's royal buddy. On the Mario Power Tennis website, Daisy wrote a letter to Peach, also referring to herself as "Your sister-in-arms", which is a close relationship between two females. In Fortune Street, Peach and Daisy may speak to each other at times if they're both participating in the game.
If Peach is about to win the game, Daisy will encourage Peach. Win this one for the ladies! If Daisy is about to win the game however, Peach becomes upset and says: I'm shocked that you would run off to win and leave behind your sister-in-arms.
It could be suggested that Peach and Daisy have been friends since they were toddlers. One of Daisy's Italian bios also suggests that she and Peach have been friends for a long time. Mario Kart 8 features a "Women of Racing Organization" sponsor in some courses. Peach and Daisy can be seen on one of them together with Birdo.
A different version of this sponsor can be spotted in Toad Harbor which features both of the princesses without Birdo. The ending cutscene itself shows Daisy happily getting along with Peach, and she grabs onto Peach's arm while they look at the trophy together. For their special animation, they spin around several times before posing, then they high-five and wave to the audience. Peach is the only Mario character who Daisy has a special animation with. Daisy's biography in the Wii U version of the Rio Olympics states that Daisy plans on eating at the finest restaurants and go shopping with Peach in her free time.
Daisy also mentions Peach in-game as well, saying she was glad she didn't go shopping with her yet and she'll save that fun after she wins the current tournament.
When Daisy is seen golfing towards the beginning of the intro, Peach can be seen with Mario and Luigi, and is shown to be excited as Daisy swings her club. While Peach and Daisy are normally portrayed as best friends, the Mario Strikers games portray them as rivals in Challenge Mode.
They are seen facing off against each other in the Super Mario Strikers intro. Daisy is Peach's rival in Mario Strikers Charged. In the Kodansha Deluxe Mario manga series, released from the late 's to the 's in Japan, Peach and Daisy are friendly rivals.
They are rivals when it comes to winning Mario's affections, but outside of that they are shown to get along well. Bowser Edit Daisy and Bowser are on negative terms with each other. In Mario Party 3 , Daisy becomes frightened by Bowser and punches him into the sky, as Bowser "was in her way.
In Fortune Street, Daisy sees no threat in Bowser, one of her quotes being: Bowser has bad chemistry with Baby Daisy but neutral chemistry towards adult Daisy.
Rosalina also has a quote in which she mentions that the Peach and Daisy took her out for dessert to celebrate her clearing the Gymnastics semifinals. They are also seen together in an official artwork for Mario Sports Superstars playing tennis against Mario and Peach. Wario Edit Daisy and Wario may be on negative terms. In Mario Strikers Charged, Daisy might yell Wario's name and cough loud out in disgust if Wario uses his special farting ability. But Daisy is not the only one to do that.
In the Mario Baseball games, Daisy and Wario have neutral chemistry with each other. In Fortune Street, Daisy seems to think lowly of Wario. If she lands on one of Wario's shops she will comment on how gross and filthy the shop is.
If Wario is about to win a game, Daisy says she would've won if she lowered herself to Wario's level. Six Golden Coins, the game where Wario first appeared and is the main antagonist. Some fans believe Wario hired Tatanga to kidnap Daisy in order to distract Mario so Wario could take over Mario's castle. None of this is confirmed however. Waluigi and Luigi both have a crush on Daisy, according to the Mario Party 4 guide.