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This article is about Daisy's appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For the character in other contexts, see Princess Daisy.
in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Daisy SSBU.png
Symbol of the Mario series.
Universe Mario
Availability Unlockable
Final Smash Daisy Blossom

Daisy (デイジー, Daisy) is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. She was revealed as a newcomer alongside Inkling and Ridley on June 12th, 2018. Daisy is Peach's Echo Fighter and was the first new Echo Fighter to be revealed, thus being classified as Fighter #13ε.

Deanna Mustard, Daisy's voice actress since Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, reprises her role in all regions, albeit via repurposed voice clips from Mario Kart Wii, Mario Super Sluggers, Mario Party 9, Mario Kart 8, Mario Party 10, Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Super Mario Run.

How to unlock[edit]

Complete one of the following:

  • Play VS. matches, with Daisy being the 28th character to be unlocked.
  • Clear Classic Mode with Fox or anyone in his unlock tree, being the 5th character unlocked after Falco.
  • Have Daisy join the player's party in World of Light.

With the exception of the third method, Daisy must then be defeated on Figure-8 Circuit.


Daisy is Peach's Echo Fighter; as such, she directly inherits Peach's moveset, attributes and animations without major modifications. Just like Peach, Daisy is a somewhat light character with somewhat below-average horizontal mobility and poor jump height who is extremely floaty, but possesses the second-best air acceleration in the game and retains Peach's unique floating ability. Curiously, Daisy's idle animation has her assuming a very slightly lower stance, but her arms are further stretched out, meaning that her horizontal hurtbox is wider while standing.

Just like Peach, Daisy's aerial game is one of her greatest strengths. Her retention of Peach's floating ability grants her the power to hover at any height she chooses, giving her a distinct advantage in combat. Floating also helps her to control space; floating low to the ground and using retreating aerials makes her difficult to punish, and this greatly helps her own approach as well, because with good spacing, she can attack the opponent's shield with little fear of reprisal. Float can increase her mobility and movement options, allowing her to frustrate her opponents with quick and unpredictable mixups. Additionally, floating aids Daisy's off-stage presence when combined with her slow falling speed, despite her low jumps and the high ending lag of her aerial attacks (except for down aerial); not only does it help her cover certain angles when edgeguarding, it can also be used to aid her horizontal recovery or potentially even allow her to go underneath stages such as Battlefield, Final Destination, Smashville or Town and City. Neutral aerial is her fastest aerial with the lowest landing lag, and deals an impressively high amount of damage despite its speed while also possessing a decently long duration; when combined with her ability to float close to the ground, neutral aerial's combination of fast startup, low base knockback and low landing lag makes it an incredibly good combo tool at lower percents that can even lead into itself with enough technical skill, especially after a down tilt, while its damage output and knockback scaling ensures that it still has decent KO potential at higher ones. Her forward aerial is her slowest aerial attack, but it is also her strongest one, and it can be used while floating to "fish" for a kill with relative safety, especially given its disjointed hitbox and fairly low landing lag relative to its strength; however, it possesses a weaker sourspot on her arm. Her back aerial possesses a decent combination of fast startup with good range and power in addition to being her most reliable follow-up from a down throw, and although it suffers from notable ending lag compared to other back aerials, Daisy's float and slow falling speed compensate for this. Up aerial hits twice and is impressively disjointed, while the first hit can potentially drag down opponents after a short hop height down aerial for grounded follow-ups; however, its horizontal range compared to Daisy's other aerial attacks is somewhat lacking. Finally, her down aerial has the lowest ending lag of all her aerial attacks, and can be used as a potential combo starter at low to middle percents thanks to the final hit's vertical angle.

Comparatively, her grounded attacks are less effective in direct comparison, but are not without utility. Neutral attack comes out on frame 2, making it not only Daisy's fastest attack, but also one of the fastest neutral attacks in the entire game; conversely, it is fairly weak compared to other two-hit jabs. Up tilt has a disjointed hitbox above her and can be used as an anti-air attack. Forward tilt is a potential follow-up from down throw, has decent horizontal and vertical range while being disjointed, and interestingly has a vertical launch angle much like Sheik and Yoshi's forward tilts. Down tilt is her fastest tilt attack, and while it is less disjointed than her other tilts, it possesses decent combo potential; with sufficient technical skill, it is possible to follow up the move with multiple neutral aerials performed from ground-level floats. Dash attack is relatively fast and decently disjointed, with the first hit reliably leading into the second, and it can also serve as a potential KO move at very high percents. She has a decent grab game, as her down throw can be followed up with a back aerial, forward tilt or neutral aerial, forward and back throws can easily setup edgeguards, and back throw can even serve as a KO move at extremely high percents. Daisy also has a potent if somewhat situational set of smash attacks, all of them possessing reasonably good range: her forward smash can be angled up or down, giving her access to three different weapons (golf club if unangled, frying pan if angled up, or tennis racket if angled down), each with their own useful properties; down smash is a multi-hit attack good for catching rolls and edge recovery options; and her up smash is a particularly powerful move when sweetspotted, while also granting intangibility to her head and arms.

Her special moves have their uses as well. Toad is a counterattack where if either Daisy or the Toad are attacked, the latter will retaliate with spores hitting multiple times; like most other counterattacks, the move can be used as an edgeguarding tool against certain recovery moves with damaging hitboxes, most notably Ike's Aether and Chrom's Soaring Slash. Unlike most other counterattacks, Toad does not scale relative to the strength of the attack countered, while the Toad's spores can be curiously be reflected or absorbed, the former of the latter two in particular rendering the move useless against many reflectors, such as Mario's Cape or Fox's aptly-named Reflector. Daisy Bomber is a move where Daisy lunges forward and strikes with her rear end; it can be used as a horizontal recovery option in addition to her aforementioned floating ability, its travel distance is increased if the move is smash-inputted, and in addition to being decently strong if successfully landed, it is also very difficult to punish out of shield because of how she rebounds after successfully hitting a target, though it suffers from high ending lag if whiffed. Daisy Parasol is a serviceable vertical recovery move, and can be used as an out-of-shield option thanks to its fast startup and decent range. It is also fairly difficult to contest from above thanks to its large disjoint above her and lingering hitbox if the parasol is kept open after ascending. Finally, Vegetable serves as her projectile, and as a throwable item, it is quite a versatile one; the move also has a 1/250 chance of spawning a powerful Bob-omb and a 1/166 chance of spawning a shield-shattering Mr. Saturn.

Despite her strengths, Daisy is not without her weaknesses, all shared with Peach. Faster opponents may be able to overwhelm her before she can begin throwing vegetables or otherwise defend herself. If thrown into the air, she can have difficulty landing, and when combined with her floatiness, this makes her susceptible to juggling and vertical combos. Daisy's ability to approach suffers against swordfighters like Shulk and Cloud or zoners like R.O.B. and Samus, as she lacks the agility to get in close before they can hit her. Her recovery, while very good, is also a potential point of failure, as while she can travel a great deal of horizontal distance, she can also be left vulnerable if forced to rely on Daisy Parasol and her vertical recovery is average at best (discounting the incredibly dangerous and situational Bob-omb), as well as predictable. Additionally, her vegetables, being item projectiles, can be picked up by opponents and used against her, despite being fairly useful overall.

Compared to Peach, Daisy has lower representation in comparison. Despite this, she receives decent results from the few players who use her, such as Umeki, and also shares Peach's positive competitive reception, as both characters are collectively regarded as viable top-tier characters.

Differences from Peach[edit]

Unlike all other Echo Fighters in the game, Daisy is exactly the same as Peach gameplay-wise. She has different idle and running animations and different particle effects for some moves, but no properties that make any practical difference. This essentially means that Daisy is comparable to an alternate costume of Peach with a separate character slot, especially with the addition of alternate costumes with different animations, such as Pokémon Trainer and Byleth's female counterparts.

In earlier versions, Daisy had an actual gameplay difference, as the turnips from Vegetable copied the knockback values from Peach in Smash 4 instead of her new knockback values. After this difference was discovered several months after Ultimate's release, version 3.0.0 removed this difference, leaving Daisy with no practical differences for any of her moves.


  • Change As with all other Echo Fighters, Daisy has different taunts and victory animations.
  • Change Daisy's on-screen appearance is different.
  • Change Daisy has a different No Contest animation.
  • Change Daisy has a more energetic idle stance, with her arms held up by her side, and different idle poses. However, she reverts to Peach's idle animation when picking up light items.
  • Change Daisy only has two unique idle animations like most other characters, compared to Peach's four.
  • Change Daisy's dashing and turnaround animations are different, resembling her run animation in Mario Party 10, though her initial dash animation is identical.
  • Change Daisy has flower and petal effects for several of her attacks, including her dash attack, back aerial, up tilt, up smash and side special, instead of hearts.
  • Change Daisy vocalizes upon waking up from sleep status when not suffering from any knockback, similar to a few other characters such as Link and Palutena.


  • Buff Daisy crouches slightly during her idle animation. This makes her slightly harder to hit vertically.
    • Nerf However, Daisy's idle animation having her arms held up by her side expands her hurtbox, making her easier to hit horizontally. This means that the Ice Climbers' up tilt will reliably connect on a standing Daisy but not a standing Peach, for instance.
  • Nerf Daisy's hurtbox is wider when she runs and when she reverses her running animation.

Ground attacks[edit]

  • Dash attack:
    • Change The visuals for dash attack, in addition to featuring petals instead of hearts, commence one frame earlier than Peach's. This in particular causes the second hit to appear to come out late.
  • Forward smash:
    • Change The tennis racket has a different design, matching the one she uses in the original Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64.

Aerial attacks[edit]

  • Forward aerial:
    • Change The sparkles emerging from Daisy's crown are pink and green instead of red and turquoise, matching the colors of Daisy's crown jewels.

Throws/other attacks[edit]

  • Change A Blue Toad appears instead of Toad himself when Daisy grabs an opponent.

Special moves[edit]

  • Toad:
    • Change A Blue Toad appears instead of Toad himself.
    • Change Daisy smiles instead of looking terrified when the Blue Toad appears.
  • Final Smash:
    • Change Daisy Blossom summons giant daisies instead of peaches, and is themed around Daisy herself.

Update history[edit]

Much like her original parent, Daisy has been largely nerfed overall, and also became the first full clone character to receive more nerfs than buffs. Additionally, update 3.0.0 altered the knockback values of Vegetable to match Peach's variant, removing the only genuine gameplay difference between the two.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 1.1.0

  • Nerf Dash attack has reduced knockback scaling (140 → 130).
  • Change The animation for Toad has been adjusted.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 2.0.0

  • Change Daisy Parasol's multi hits have reduced knockback.
    • Nerf This makes it less likely for the move to KO at 0%.
    • Buff Consecutive hits will connect better in some scenarios.
  • Buff It is now easier to grab ledges with Daisy Parasol.
  • Bug fix Daisy Blossom's camera has been adjusted. The borders will now always display correctly in scrolling stages.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 3.0.0

  • Nerf Toad no longer stalls continuously in the air after the first use.
  • Bug fix The launch angles of Daisy Parasol's multihits have been adjusted, preventing scenarios where the opponent would be launched at a great distance when hit from the ledge.
  • Buff Vegetable's knockback values have been adjusted (30 (base), 35 (scaling) → 25/45), making it identical to Peach's variant. This improves its combo potential at lower percents, and its KOing and gimping potential at higher ones.
    • Nerf However, this limits the move's combo potential at higher percents.
  • Nerf Vegetable deals less shield damage.
  • Nerf Daisy Blossom has a slightly reduced sleep time period (clean: 260/200/160 (scaling) → 230/130/100, late: 210/170/140 (scaling) → 200/130/100).
  • Change The animations for Daisy's ledge attack and swinging animation have been adjusted.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 3.1.0

  • Change Daisy's dress physics were adjusted. It is now less likely for her animations to show visible seams or artifacts.
  • Buff Neutral attack 1 connects into neutral attack 2 more reliably.
  • Bug introduced Introduced a minor bug where neutral attack 1 would no longer produce the correct sound unless Peach is also in the match.
  • Buff Forward smash has more knockback scaling when using the golf club (61/63 → 65/68).
  • Nerf Forward aerial has less knockback scaling (78 (clean)/76 (sourspot) → 74/71).
  • Nerf Back throw has less knockback scaling (95 → 88), resulting in the move KOing about 15-25% later, which on an average weight character will result in it KOing around 160% near the ledge without rage, and around 140% with max rage.
  • Nerf Daisy Bomber has more ending lag if it connects (FAF 19 → 25), though the period when the drift starts remains unchanged.
  • Buff Daisy Parasol's hits connect more reliably.
  • Nerf Vegetable has more ending lag (FAF 37 → 40).

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 4.0.0

  • Change Medium and fast walking, initial dash, running and run turnaround animations have been adjusted to prevent her dress from clipping.
  • Bug fix Neutral attack 1 now makes the correct sound, regardless of whether Peach is present in the match or not.
  • Buff Toad's counterattack connects more easily when blocking an attack from behind.
  • Bug fix Daisy Parasol's late loop hits no longer have weight independent knockback, no longer launching opponents at an unusually high speed if the move fails to connect.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 5.0.0

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 8.0.0

  • Buff Pummel has a larger hitbox (4.5u → 5.5u) that is placed further horizontally (Z offset: 5.8u → 6.8u), allowing it to connect more consistently.
  • Change Created a visual glitch where Daisy's dress become shortened under certain circumstances.


  • Daisy can float for 2.5 seconds.

For a gallery of Daisy's hitboxes, see here.

Note: All numbers are listed as base damage, without the 1v1 multiplier.

  Name Damage Description
Neutral attack   2% Slaps the enemy twice with her leading arm: the first being an inward forehand slap, and the second being an outward backhand slap. The first hit can lock. The move is similar to Peach's Super Slap attack in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
Forward tilt   7% (early, clean leg), 8% (clean foot), 6% (late) Kicks forward 180 degrees from low to high. Has good range for a forward tilt, and unusually for an attack of its type, launches opponents vertically, allowing it to perform air combos and juggles.
Up tilt   10% (blast), 8% (arm) Extends her arm upward, creating a discharge of orange magic in the form of a flower. May be based on Peach's initial appearance in Melee's intro cutscene.
Down tilt   7% A low sweep kick. This move meteor smashes grounded opponents. It has very good combo potential at low to mid percents, most infamously leading into multiple fast-fallen neutral aerials performed from ground-height floats at lower percents, though many other follow-ups are possible instead.
Dash attack   4% (hit 1), 6% (hit 2) Creating magical sparks in her hands, Daisy strikes with both arms extended forward, then quickly spreads her arms out. A relatively quick dash attack with good range that can serve as a situational KO move at higher percents.
Forward smash   18% (frying pan), 15% (golf club), 13.5% (tennis racket) Strikes with a bludgeon, depending on the angle of the attack: angling it upward uses a frying pan like the one used by Peach in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, angling it downward uses the tennis racket from the Mario Tennis games, and no angling uses the golf club from the Mario Golf games. Each weapon has different properties—the frying pan has more vertical knockback (and the most damage), the golf club has more diagonal knockback (and the most range), and the tennis racket has more horizontal knockback and is a strong semi-spike.
Up smash   12% (ribbon), 17% (flower) Raises her arm and twirls an orange ribbon. A flower appears at the tip of the ribbon, which is where the sweetspot is located. Her head and arm become intangible for the duration of the move (frames 14-20).
Down smash   2% (hits 1-6), 3% (hit 7) Daisy does a counterclockwise spin on her left leg and utilizes the edge of her dress, slashing multiple times.
Neutral aerial   13% (clean), 6% (late arms), 5% (late body) Spins around at an angle with arms extended, dealing damage to her left and right sides. The late hit can lock. Daisy's fastest aerial attack, coming out on frame 5, as well as the one with the lowest amount of landing lag. Its low base knockback, combined with its fast startup and low landing lag, make it an extremely effective combo tool, especially when combined with her floating ability and the clean hit's impressively high damage output for a neutral aerial. Despite this, the clean hit's damage output and knockback scaling is sufficient to allow for it to have decent horizontal KO potential at higher percents.
Forward aerial   15% (crown), 14% (arm) Daisy grabs the crown off her head and strikes with it in a vertical arc with pink and green magic sparkles emerging from the crown. Has the slowest startup out of all her aerial attacks. However, it is also her strongest aerial if sweetspotted. Her arm possesses a sourspot that deals 1% less damage, and KOs much later.
Back aerial   12% (clean), 10.2% (mid), 7% (late) Daisy strikes behind her by thrusting her rear. She creates a flower, although it is aesthetic, and possesses no hitbox. At low percentages, even the clean hit can lock.
Up aerial   4% (hit 1), 6% (hit 2) Swipes above her head with her arms from left to right, creating two magic rainbow trails. A decent juggling tool, especially given the move's disjoint and power. The first hit can also be used to drag down aerial opponents, particularly after a down aerial done from a float at short hop height at lower percents. When low floating, only the second hit will hit medium to large opponents, while small characters avoid it entirely.
Down aerial   2% (hits 1-3), 5% (hit 4) Rapidly kicks straight downwards four times. Depending on how the last hit lands, may launch opponents behind her. Has incredibly low landing lag for a down aerial, and is a decent combo starter at low to mid percents if performed from a float at short hop height.
Grab   Reaches out with her arm. After grabbing an opponent, a Toad appears.
Pummel   1.3% The Toad punches the opponent.
Forward throw   2% (hit 1), 8% (throw) The Toad leaps forward, headbutting the opponent away.
Back throw   2% (hit 1), 9% (throw) Places opponent behind her and bumps them away with her rear. The Toad is present, mimicking her rear thrust, but does not contribute any damage. The strongest of Daisy's throws.
Up throw   2% (hit 1), 6% (throw) Puts opponent above her, and strikes them upward. The Toad leaps up with Daisy, but does not hit the opponent.
Down throw   1% (hit 1), 7% (throw) After putting the opponent on the ground, the Toad leaps up and headbutts them, sending them upwards and behind Daisy. Good for starting combos, as it can lead to her back aerial and forward tilt at low to mid percents.
Floor attack (front)   7% Swirls around in a similar fashion to Mario's down smash.
Floor attack (back)   7% Swings her legs around.
Floor attack (trip)   5% Two kicks to either side.
Edge attack   9% While getting up, swipes forward with a hand at ground level.
Neutral special Toad 3.5% (per hit) Daisy covers her ears and turns away as a Toad appears in front of her, arms spread out. If hit, the Toad will retaliate with a spray of spores, and Daisy will wince. If attacked from behind, Daisy and the Toad switch places. Direction can be switched manually, but it has strict timing.
Side special Daisy Bomber 12% Daisy lunges her body forward to deliver a powerful bash with her rear. Upon impact, she rebounds away from the victim, allowing for hit-and-run tactics. Deals considerable shield damage. Smash-inputting the move has her travel further.
Up special Daisy Parasol 3% (first hit), 1% (hits 2-5), 2% (last hit), 2% (open) Daisy jumps upward and then opens a parasol similar to Peach's, jabbing those above her in the process. It can then be used as a directional glide but can also be opened or closed at will.
Down special Vegetable Varies Plucks a Vegetable from Super Mario Bros. 2 from the ground. She can then throw it as a projectile item. Its face determines how much damage it will do; the rarer the expression, the stronger the turnip. Along with turnips, Daisy can rarely pull out Mr. Saturns and Bob-ombs.
Final Smash Daisy Blossom 30% (close), 20% (mid), 10% (far) Daisy performs a dance, causing all of her enemies to fall asleep. The closer they are to her when she activates it, the more damage they will take and the longer they will slumber. Three giant flowers appear, healing 20%. This Final Smash fails to affect anyone outside the range of the screen borders.
Vegetable Damage Data
Face Power Level Chance
Grin 5 60.14%
Stare 5 10.14%
Closed Eyes 5 8.62%
Surprised 5 5.17%
Happy 5 5.14%
Wink 10 6.89%
Dot-Eyes 16 1.72%
Stitch-Face 24 1.72%
Mr. Saturn 7~9% 0.6%
Bob-omb 25~36% 0.4%

On-screen appearance[edit]

  • Appears spinning out of a shower of flower petals and enthusiastically waves to the camera, yelling "Yo-ooo!".


  • Up taunt: Raises her left arm up while saying "Woo-hoo!". Resembles her official artwork.
  • Side taunt: Spins around once and gives a peace sign, saying "Yeah!" as she finishes.
  • Down taunt: Places her hands on her hips while letting out a small grunt. Resembles her official artwork from Mario Kart 7.

Idle poses[edit]

  • Stretches her arms above her head.
  • Puts her hands on her hips and shakes them while winking.

Crowd cheer[edit]

Cheer (English) Cheer (Japanese/Chinese) Cheer (Italian) Cheer (Dutch) Cheer (French)
Cheer Custom combination of the flags of Canada, the USA, and Mexico.

Source, tweaked to fix rendering issues
Description Prin - cess Dai - sy! *clap 3 times* Da - i - sy! Dai - sy! Dai - sy! Dai - sy! Dai - sy! Daiiii - sy!
Cheer (German) Cheer (Spanish) Cheer (Russian) Cheer (Korean)
Description Dai - sy! Daisy! Daisy! Daaaai - sy! Dai - sy! *clap 3 times* Da - i - sy!

Victory poses[edit]

  • Left: Stretches her back towards her right side, then points skyward while exclaiming "Yeah!". The final pose resembles the end of her Hole-in-One animation in Mario Golf: World Tour, albeit mirrored.
  • Up: Jumps for joy twice (assuming the same pose as in her official render during the second jump) while exclaiming "Whoo-hoo!", then poses with her right arm on her hip and her left arm bent, all while smiling. Her teeth are visible in her smile. The pose she assumes at the end is identical to that of Peach's "Up" victory animation.
  • Right: Twirls into the scene while exclaiming "Whoo!", then winks with a sideways peace sign. The initial twirling resembles her Hole-in-One and Birdie animations in Mario Golf: World Tour.
A flourished remix of the Course Clear Fanfare used in Super Mario Bros., slightly sped up.

In competitive play[edit]

As stated above, Daisy is virtually identical to Peach, thus is expected to obtain similar results as her. Both Daisy and Peach have received great results in tournaments, solidifying them as top-tier threats. Their combo game is possibly the best in the game, as their down tilt, aerials, Vegetable, forward tilt, and up tilt are powerful combo starters that follow into difficult and technical high damaging float cancel combos.

Prior to Version 3.0.0, Daisy's Vegetable had a higher base knockback value and lower scaling knockback value than Peach's, which allowed her Vegetable to lead to kill-confirm combos at high percents. However, her Vegetable was a bit of a less effective combo tool at low percents. This would later be changed to match Peach's Vegetable.

Notable players[edit]

Any number following the Smasher name indicates placement on the Fall 2019 PGRU, which recognizes the official top 50 players in the world in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from July 13th, 2019 to December 15th, 2019.

See also: Category:Daisy professionals (SSBU); Category:Peach professionals (SSBU)



Classic Mode: Sarasaland Represent![edit]

Daisy's congratulations screen.

Most of Daisy's opponents are princesses in their respective franchise.

Round Opponent Stage Music Notes
1 ZeldaHeadSSBU.png Zelda Temple Ocarina of Time Medley
2 LucinaHeadSSBU.png Lucina Castle Siege Id (Purpose) (Remix)
3 RosalinaHeadSSBU.png Rosalina & Luma Mario Galaxy Rosalina in the Observatory / Luma's Theme
4 CorrinHeadFemaleSSBU.png Corrin Coliseum Lost in Thoughts All Alone (Remix)
5 MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png Mii Brawler (×2) MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png Mii Swordfighter (x2) MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png Mii Gunner (x2) Peach's Castle Underwater Theme - Super Mario Bros. Horde Battle.

Humorously, all these fighters have deep, masculine voices.

6 PeachHeadSSBU.png Peach Princess Peach's Castle Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. (Melee) Items do not appear.
Bonus Stage
Final Master Hand Final Destination Master Hand (Less than 7.0 intensity)
Master Hand / Crazy Hand (Intensity 7.0 or higher)
On intensity 7.0 and higher, Crazy Hand fights alongside Master Hand.

Credits roll after completing Classic Mode. Completing it as Daisy has Mario Tennis / Mario Golf accompany the credits.

Role in World of Light[edit]

Finding Daisy in World of Light

Although Daisy does not appear in the World of Light opening cutscene, she was vaporized and later imprisoned alongside the rest of the fighters (sans Kirby) when Galeem unleashed his beams of light.

Daisy was one of the many fighters that fell under Dharkon's control upon Galeem's first defeat. She is found in the Dracula's Castle sub-area where she is guarded by a ghost; the nearby Dry Bowser spirit must be freed to access the cannon able to destroy the ghost.

Fighter Battle[edit]

No. Image Name Type Power Stage Music
Daisy SSBU.png
10,600 Mushroom Kingdom U Underground Theme - Super Mario Land


Daisy's fighter spirit can be obtained by completing Classic Mode. It is also available periodically for purchase in the shop for 500 coins. Unlocking Daisy in World of Light allows the player to preview the spirit below in the Spirit List under the name "???". As a fighter spirit, it cannot be used in Spirit Battles and is purely aesthetic. Each fighter spirit has an alternate version that replaces them with their artwork in Ultimate.

In Spirit battles[edit]

As the main opponent[edit]

Spirit Battle parameters Inspiration
No. Image Name Series Enemy Fighter(s) Type Power Stage Rules Conditions Music Character
SSBU spirit Lin.png
Lin Xenoblade Chronicles Series Daisy DaisyHeadBlackSSBU.png
Mega Man MegaManHeadCyanSSBU.png
R.O.B. ROBHeadCyanSSBU.png
1,600 Shadow Moses Island N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy starts the battle with a Drill
Xenoblade Chronicles Medley
from the game's files
Tennis Player Tennis Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png
2,200 Pokémon Stadium (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Color TV-Game 15) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors side smash attacks
Tennis (Training)
from the game's files
Idea Soma Bringer Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png (120 HP)
1,800 Reset Bomb Forest •Health Recovery
•Move Speed ↓
•Item: Timer
•You have reduced move speed when the enemy's at high damage
Stamina battle
•The enemy is healed when the enemy's at high damage
Attack - Soma Bringer
SSBU spirit Mio & Mayu Amakura.png
Mio & Mayu Amakura Fatal Frame Series North America
Project Zero Series PAL
Daisy DaisyHeadPinkSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png
4,700 Luigi's Mansion •Assist Trophy Enemies (Yuri Kozukata) •Timed battle (2:00)
•Hostile assist trophies will appear when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy tends to avoid conflict
On the Hunt -Gloomy Manor Ver.- (Instrumental) Mio Amakura
from the game's files
Risky Boots Shantae Series Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png
3,800 Pirate Ship Bob-omb Festival
•Item: Exploding Types
•Bob-ombs will rain from the sky after a little while
•The enemy is easily distracted by items

As a minion[edit]

Spirit Battle parameters Inspiration
No. Image Name Series Enemy Fighter(s) Type Power Stage Rules Conditions Music Character
SSBU spirit Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces).png
Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces) Mario Tennis Aces Luigi LuigiHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Daisy DaisyHeadGreenSSBU.png
3,400 Pokémon Stadium 2 (hazards off) N/A •The enemy favors smash attacks Stadium Theme - Mario Tennis Aces Daisy
SSBU spirit Tora.png
Tora Xenoblade Chronicles Series Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadGlassesSSBU.png (80 HP)
Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png (80 HP)
3,400 Gaur Plain (hazards off) N/A Stamina battle
•The enemy's shield has extra durability
Battle!! - Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Poppi
Tiger! Tiger![SB 1]
SSBU spirit Poppi α.png
Poppi α Xenoblade Chronicles Series Zero Suit Samus ZeroSuitSamusHeadBlackSSBU.png
Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png
Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset: 2123)
3,800 Midgar (hazards off) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Jeff) •Hostile assist trophies will appear after a little while
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
•The enemy starts the battle with a Beam Sword
Still, Move Forward! Poppi QT
SSBU spirit Haru Okumura.png
Haru Okumura Persona Series Villager VillagerHeadPinkSSBU.png
•Giant Daisy DaisyHeadPurpleSSBU.png
2,300 Tomodachi Life (Ω form) •Item Tidal Wave •Defeat the main fighter to win
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
Last Surprise Milady
  1. ^ This alternative occurs when the corresponding DLC has been purchased and downloaded.

Alternate costumes[edit]
DaisyHeadSSBU.png DaisyHeadGreenSSBU.png DaisyHeadPinkSSBU.png DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png DaisyHeadRedSSBU.png DaisyHeadPurpleSSBU.png DaisyHeadWhiteSSBU.png DaisyHeadBlackSSBU.png


Character showcase video[edit]


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Daisy's unique expression when crouching while holding a small item.
  • Daisy is the first and so far only clone to not have any mechanical differences from her base fighter.
    • Richter and Dark Samus also do not have any major changes to their attack properties or attributes either, but they have different elemental properties for certain attacks.
    • However, her Vegetables had different knockback values prior to 3.0.0.
    • Similarly, Daisy is also the first and so far only Mario series clone to not to be based on Mario.
  • As an Echo Fighter of Peach with an identical moveset, Daisy utilizes several abilities exclusive to Peach that she never uses in the Mario series, such as floating, the use of a frying pan, and putting people to sleep.
    • Despite utilizing a Toad in her neutral special, grabs, and throws, Daisy has no affiliation with them in the Mario games. However, in Mario Strikers Charged, Daisy uses Blue Toad sidekicks as part of her soccer team, like in Ultimate. Additionally, if she defeats Bowser in Super Mario Run, she rescues Toad as a reward.
    • Aside from a unique color scheme for the Peach Parasol glider in Mario Kart 7, Mario Kart 8, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (which is shared with Baby Daisy in the latter two games), Daisy has never been shown using a parasol similar to Peach's.
      • It should be noted one of Daisy's artworks from Mario Party 3 has her hovering midair with an umbrella like Peach. However, this references the Parasol Plummet minigame, where all characters, not just Peach and Daisy, use umbrellas while descending.
  • Many of Daisy's animations and artwork are reminiscent of her playable appearances in numerous Mario spin-offs:
  • Daisy's pose in the group artwork for Ultimate is based on her back throw animation.
  • Daisy is one of only two newcomers in Ultimate to not have splash art and an introduction tagline, the other being Inkling.
  • Daisy is the only Ultimate newcomer revealed during E3 2018 to not be playable in the E3 demo.
    • Additionally, she is also the only newcomer revealed there to not appear in any of the veterans' galleries on the official website.
  • Daisy is the only Echo Fighter to be featured on the full version of the box art.
  • Daisy and Dark Samus are the only Echo Fighters to be cloned from female characters.
  • Daisy was the first character to be shown on Ultimate's victory screen.
  • Daisy is among the few voiced fighters in Ultimate whose voice clips are sourced from their own games rather than specifically recorded for a Smash game. She shares this trait with Banjo & Kazooie, Rosalina & Luma, Bowser Jr., Yoshi, Inkling, Sonic, Young Link, Toon Link, and Min Min.
    • Additionally, Daisy is the only Echo Fighter to have this distinction.
  • Daisy is the only newcomer (and only Echo Fighter) who uses both hands while hanging on an edge.
    • She is also the only newcomer who cannot meteor smash with any of her aerial attacks at all. Although Joker's down aerial does not meteor smash under normal circumstances, doing so is possible when Arsene is active. Mythra is also completely unable to meteor smash with any of her aerial attacks either, but she can use her down special to swap to Pyra, whose down aerial is a conventional meteor smash.
  • Daisy is one of five characters whose unlocking battle in World of Light is not on either Final Destination or an Ω form. The other four are Peach, King K. Rool, Toon Link, and Mii Gunner.
  • Daisy's winking expression is not mirrored as she always winks with her left eye, regardless of which direction she is facing. This also applies to Peach and Jigglypuff when it winces due to taking damage.
    • She also winks with her left eye in one of her victory poses.
  • Oddly, the bottom lace at Daisy's dress vanishes when viewed from inside her dress.[1] This was not present in her early gameplay screenshots, most notably the third screenshot of her attacking Link.
    • Additionally, looking closely at Daisy's neck reveals a small gap around her collar.[2]
  • The underside of Daisy's dress is not obscured by shadows, unlike Peach's dress. Instead, the section where Daisy's undergarments would be seen is textured black. This could most easily be noticed via use of a visual glitch in early versions of the game, where Daisy's dress could react abnormally to wind from certain stages and the Nikki Assist Trophy, causing it to partially vanish and revealing the texture as a result. [3][4]
  • If Daisy crouches while holding a throwable item, her mouth will be open.
  • Interestingly, one of the clips used in the Final Smash segment of the How to Play video shows Daisy using Daisy Blossom on Mario Galaxy instead of Peach. This is possibly due to her status as a newcomer, as that segment also showed Simon and Incineroar using their respective Final Smashes.
  • Oddly, despite her being a newcomer, internal files of voice clips for Daisy's on-screen appearance and Daisy Bomber are organized by three-number codes (e.g. "009" in the case of her on-screen appearance) instead of having a descriptor on them (e.g. "furafura" for the stun voice clip), akin to those for special moves, Final Smashes, and on-screen appearances of many veteran characters, most prominently the ones whose voice clips are ported from Super Smash Bros. Brawl (except Meta Knight and including her base, Peach) as well as a few others such as Kirby and Ness, which in turn was how all veterans (except Meta Knight, Pit, Mewtwo, and Roy) and Rosalina & Luma's such voice clips within Super Smash Bros. for Wii U's files were named. Palutena shares a similar (but not entirely the same) oddity with her smash attacks.
    • In King Dedede's case, this does not apply to voice clips for Dede-Rush, while in Robin's case, this only applies to the voice clip used when his tomes are broken.
  • Daisy, the Ice Climbers, Duck Hunt, R.O.B., and Ken are only non-DLC characters who do not appear in more than one spirit battle from their home series, since Dr. Mario does not appear in any Mario spirit battles at all. This is not counting Olimar, who appears only in the Mockiwi spirit battle as himself, but is fought in other spirit battles as Alph.
  • Unusually, when Daisy uses her back throw against Peach, the same heart effects used in Peach's own attacks appear. This appears to be an oversight, as this does not happen when Daisy uses her back throw against any other character in the game (herself included), nor does it occur when Peach uses her back throw against any character in the game.
  • Oddly, Daisy's crown in her white alternate costume is colored gold on the character selection screen and versus splash screen, but it turns silver (much like Rosalina's) in-game.