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Princess Peach

CBUB Wins: 3
CBUB Losses: 4
Win Percentage: 42.86%

Added by: Aristotle the 2nd

Read more about Princess Peach at: Wikipedia

Official Site: Nintendo

is a character in Nintendo's Mario series of video game. She is the Princess of the fictitious Mushroom Kingdom, and plays the damsel in distress role within the adventure series. In 2007, Princess Peach landed on Forbes magazine's Wealthiest Fictional People list, with a fortune upwards of $1 billion. She is ranked tenth in Electronic Gaming Monthly s list of the top ten video game politicians.

Princess Peach's initial appearance was drawn by Shigeru Miyamoto. Miyamoto later asked Yōichi Kotabe to redraw Peach with his instructions. He had asked Kotabe to draw her eyes to be "a little cat-like" and that she should look "stubborn, but cute". With Kotabe's influence, Princess Peach changed considerably.

Princess Peach has long yellow-blonde hair, sky blue eyes, a tall height, a slender but curvy figure, and a rosy complexion. Peach's makeup is black mascara, pink lipstick, and pink nail polish. She wears an elaborate pink dress with a ruffled collar, a dark pink hem, short puffed sleeves, and dark pink panniers. Her accessories are red high heels, white evening gloves, a sapphire pendant, sapphire earrings, and a gold crown with sapphires and rubies.

Peach's personality is generally kind natured and well mannered. In most games she is portrayed as selfless and generous. Typically, she does not show an aggressive nature even when she is fighting (this is done by quick slaps, elegant high kicks thrusts in the air, and other gracious fighting techniques (as seen in the Super Smash Bros series)) or confronting her enemies. This, however, varies slightly from game to game. One of Peach's most common traits during her playable appearances is her ability to temporarily float in the air with her large skirt, and later on, with her umbrella. This was first featured during Peach's first playable appearance in Super Mario Bros. 2. She was one of the more popular character choices in this game since her ability made navigating across platforms easier (though her own jumping was rather short). This ability has also appeared in Super Paper Mario and her playable appearances in the Super Smash Bros. series.

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Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Princess Zelda 17 to 103
Loss Morrigan Aensland 32 to 73
Win Hammer Brothers 57 to 53
Win Mr. Ed 70 to 49
Win Mona 85 to 25
Loss Amy Rose 13 to 18
Loss Princess Zelda 4 to 15