Mario -is depicted as a short, pudgy, Italian plumber who lives in the Mushroom Kingdom, where he is regarded as a hero; he is best known for constantly thwarting the plans of the evil King Bowser to kidnap Princess Peach and subjugate the Mushroom Kingdom. He is well known for his plucky personality, enthusiasm and spirit in the face of enemies, unexpected physical agility, cooperation with his brother, Luigi, and his close relationship with Princess Peach whom he has repeatedly saved. He has an evil doppelgänger by the name of Wario.
Luigi- is portrayed as the younger brother of Nintendo's official mascot, Mario. Luigi first appeared in the arcade game Mario Bros., where he was featured as the main character alongside Mario. Since his debut, Luigi has appeared in many games throughout the Mario series, often accompanying Mario as the central protagonist, but at times starring as the main character of his own game, Luigi's Mansion. At times, Luigi is usually in his brother's shadow due to his some-what cowardly personality. While Luigi was originally created as a character identical to Mario except for being colored green instead of red, his rise in prominence throughout the Mario series lead to the adoption of a personality and style of his own. His voice is performed by Charles Martinet, the same actor who provides the voice for Mario, Wario, and Waluigi as well as other characters throughout the Mario franchise.
Princess Peach- is the human princess of the fictitious Mushroom Kingdom. She was known as Princess Toadstool in the West until late 1996, when she added the name "Peach" to her signature in the opening scene of Super Mario 64
Yoshi- is a fictional dinosaur who appears in the Mario series of video games by Nintendo. His debut was in Super Mario World on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. He later had his own series with several platform and puzzle games, including Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. He has also appeared in many of the spin-off Mario games, including the Mario Kart and Mario Party series as well as the various Mario sports titles.
Wario-was designed as an antagonist to Mario, and first appeared in the 1992 handheld video game Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins as the main villain and final boss. Since that time, Wario has developed into the protagonist and antihero of his own video game franchise spanning both handheld and console markets, in addition to his numerous appearances in spin-offs of the Mario series. He is voiced by Charles Martinet, who also voices the Mario, Luigi, and Waluigi characters.
Wualuigi- has so far only appeared in spin-off and party games, as opposed to the main platformer titles. He is the same age as Luigi and is his darker rival, in the same way that Wario is Mario's darker rival. Waluigi has a short-tempered attitude and is a huge sore loser, often throwing a temper tantrum if his opponent makes even a small amount of progress. Waluigi has a hat and gloves with an inverted L ( Γ ), which is similar to Wario's "W", an inverted "M".
Bowser- He is the leader and most powerful of the turtle-like Koopa race. Although Bowser has joined forces with Mario in a few games, he is considered a "bad guy" due to his his ambition to kidnap and dethrone Princess Peach and conquer the Mushroom Kingdom, which he never ceases doing. Though their origins are unknown, Bowser has eight children, the 7 Koopalings and Bowser Jr. He also has another son named Troy who is known for his mechanical skills and helping Bowser and the rest of the Koopa Troop to defeat Mario.
Princess Daisy -is the princess of Sarasaland. Daisy's debut appearance was in Super Mario Land, where she was kidnapped by the tyrannical alien Tatanga who plans to marry Daisy and rule over her home Kingdom, Sarasaland. Daisy appeared later in NES Open Tournament Golf as Luigi's caddy. After a long hiatus of no game appearances, Daisy makes her return in the game Mario Tennis. After Mario Tennis, Daisy began to make recurring appearances in Mario sports and party games. Daisy is known to be best friends with Princess Peach, and is rumored in the Mario universe to be in a romantic relationship with Luigi  The infant version of herself, Baby Daisy, debuted in Mario Kart Wii.
Toad-is a humanoid mushroom that is both a single character and the collective name of the "Mushroom People" found in the Mushroom Kingdom. The Toad species first appeared in Super Mario Bros. as seven guards that serve Princess Peach, called Mushroom Retainers. Toad's voice is first heard in Mario Kart 64, which features actor Isaac Marshall. By the advent of the GameCube, Jen Taylor has continued to provide the voice of Toad until 2005, when Kelsey Hutchison took over for games such as Super Mario Strikers. Recently, Nicole Mills voiced him in Mario Party 8.
Bowser Jr. - is the child of Bowser that debuted in Super Mario Sunshine. He acts as the main antagonist of both Super Mario Sunshine and New Super Mario Bros., with his father only playing a minor role in each. In Sunshine, he uses a magic paintbrush, invented by Professor E. Gadd, and special kerchief to transform into a translucent blue doppelgänger of Mario, Shadow Mario, who vandalizes Isle Delfino with graffiti, tricking the native people into believing that Mario himself is to blame. In New Super Mario Bros, he kidnaps Princess Peach, dragging her off to a new castle each time his old one is defeated. Additionally, he appears in Super Mario Galaxy, acting as his father's right hand and challenging Mario at several points of the game to impede him. He also appears in the various Mario sports games as a playable character.
Donkey Kong- is a fictional ape who first appeared in Nintendo's popular 1981 video game bearing the same name.
Rosalina-is the enigmatic princess appearing in Super Mario Galaxy. She runs the spaceship called the Comet Observatory, where she lives with the species of Lumas. She is known as a maternal figure and her hair is symbiotic of that of how she presents herself. Her bangs show her bold with courage, while behind it shows that of someone who is sensitive and lonely. She agrees to help Mario find his "beloved" Princess Peach who was kidnapped by Bowser. She recently appears as a hidden character in Mario Kart Wii. There is speculation that she may return in more Mario spin-off games, as well as the rumored Super Mario Galaxy sequel.Rosilina normally wears a light blue dress.She carries a star wand.
King Boo- first appears as the final boss of Luigi's Mansion and plays minor roles in various other Mario games, including the Mario Kart series and Mario Party series. He appears as a playable character in Mario Kart Wii. King Boo is member of the Boo species, though he is larger than the average Boo and dons a crown, with a large ruby in Luigi's Mansion, and a regular crown in subsequent appearances, on his head. The reasons why his character aesthetics have changed have not been mentioned by Nintendo. As well as appearing as the main antagonist of Luigi's Mansion, he also appears as a boss in Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario 64 DS, Mario Kart DS, and Super Princess Peach. Its regarded that he may in fact be Luigi's call for a common foe. Its also stated he wants revenge against Luigi after the events of Luigi's Mansion. This is said in the Mario Kart Wii guide. Surprisingly, in the game Super Smash Brothers Brawl, King Boo does not appear in the stage known as "Luigi's Mansion" but his subordinate Boos do
Dry Bones- are skeletal mummified Koopa Troopas reanimated by the deceased Koopa Troopa's spirit inhabiting its bones. Dry Bones first appear in Super Mario Bros. 3 as inhabitants of fortresses and underground areas. Due to their undead nature, Dry Bones are exceptionally difficult to defeat, most attacks only knocking them apart temporarily or having no effect at all. In some games, Dry Bones have specific weaknesses, such as to fire, magic, and explosions, which can permanently destroy them. Along with charging into the player, Dry Bones may also attack by tossing what resemble femur bones. Starting with Mario Superstar Baseball, Dry Bones appear as playable characters in various spin-off Mario games, such as various sports titles and Mario Party 8.
Baby Mario- is the infant version of Mario. He first appeared in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and has appeared in several titles since. Baby Mario has often appeared in Nintendo-sports titles, such as Mario Golf, Mario Tennis, Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. Strangely, these games implied that Mario and Baby Mario are separate characters, but those games are considered to be outside the continuity of the main Mario series. More recently, he has appeared in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, in which Baby Mario appeared via time travel, which could explain the separation of the two characters. Like the older Mario, Baby Mario is voiced by Charles Martinet.
Baby Luigi- is the infant form of Luigi, similar to Baby Mario. However, he appeared in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! alongside his older self. It is generally accepted that this game does not have a story line and merely offers extra playable characters for greater variety. Baby Luigi first appeared in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island where he was kidnapped by Kamek, then rescued by Baby Mario and Yoshi. Like his older self, Baby Luigi is voiced by Charles Martinet.
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