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"The ruler of Sarasaland loves the thrill of the chase. Daisy plays to win!"

Daisy's Site Bio, Super Mario Party

Super Mario Party is the eleventh installment in the main Mario Party series and the first released on the Nintendo Switch. It is the first main installment of the Mario Party series to not be numbered since the original Mario Party.

Super Mario Party was made with the intention of taking the Mario Party series back to its roots, breaking away from the one-vehicle function introduced in Mario Party 9 and returning to the "four people on one map" gameplay of previous games. It adds updates to this gameplay style as well, featuring the ally function of Mario Party: Star Rush and being the first Mario Party to have online play.

About Daisy

Daisy's official artwork for this game from the Super Mario Party website.

This game marks Princess Daisy's thirteenth playable appearance in the Mario Party series, and is one of the sixteen starting characters on the roster.

Daisy appears on the cover art of the game, dancing alongside Shy Guy, Waluigi, and Bowser Jr, standing in a pose that implies the four characters are representing the Sound Stage mode in this game.

Daisy's Dice Block

Looking to travel 3, maybe 4 spaces? This die is for you!

Daisy's Dice Block description.

Super Mario Party takes a page from Star Rush's Toad Scramble and gives each character, in addition to the standard 16 die, a unique dice block with its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Each die has six options. Some dice blocks can give you coins (i.e. Rosalina), lose coins (i.e. Wario), stay in place (i.e. Donkey Kong), and more.

Princess Daisy's dice block is one of the seventeen that aren't reused from Mario Party: Star Rush. The six digits on her dice block are 3,3,3,3,4,4. This dice block perfectly matches Daisy's color scheme, with gold digits and an ochre-orange border. The mean of this dice block is 3.3 and the standard deviation is 0.52. Because of this dice blocks consistency and predictability, it's ranked relatively high in tiers of the game's dice blocks.



  • Daisy's official artwork from the Super Mario Party website bears resemblance to her official artwork from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, as in both artworks, she's lifting one arm straight into the air while bending the other with an open-mouthed smile.