Super Mario Party artwork of Rosalina.
Protector of Lumas
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Mario Party: The Top 100
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Rosalina, known in Japan as Rosetta (ロゼッタ Rozetta ), is a recurring character in the Mario series. She made her debut in Super Mario Galaxy. The adoptive mother of the star-like Lumas, Rosalina travels across the cosmos in her observatory,
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Super Mario series
- 1.2 Super Smash Bros. series
- 1.3 Mario Kart series
- 1.4 Mario Party series
- 2 Gallery
- 3 References
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Super Mario series[edit | edit source]
Super Mario Galaxy[edit | edit source]
Mario visits Rosalina for the first time at the Gateway Galaxy. She tells Mario that she has been watching him. Rosalina assists Mario with the help of Luma and she leaves. Rosalina appreciates Mario returning the Grand Star to the Comet Onservatory, her home of Lumas. She gives information about the Star Bits, Power Stars and Domes.
At the end of the game she transports Mario and his friends back to their own galaxy after Bowser's Galaxy Reactor explodes and causes a black hole. After that the game continues in the Comet Observatory like nothing happened. If you walk in the library, Rosalina is reading a story to the Lumas in which you get to see. You can figure out the story is actually the life story of Rosalina.
Super Mario Galaxy 2[edit | edit source]
Rosalina returns in Super Mario Galaxy 2, albeit in a smaller role.
Super Mario 3D World[edit | edit source]
Rosalina makes her debut as an unlockable playable character in Super Mario 3D World.
Super Smash Bros. series[edit | edit source]
Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit | edit source]
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Rosalina was supposed to be an assist trophy but was never included in the final copy of Brawl. It was shown that she would make Star Bits fall from the sky healing the summoner.
Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS[edit | edit source]
Rosalina makes her debut as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. She has a Luma to accompany her.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit | edit source]
Rosalina is a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with very minor differences.
Mario Kart series[edit | edit source]
Mario Kart Wii[edit | edit source]
Rosalina is an unlockable character in Mario Kart Wii. You can only unlock her if you get one Star in all cups or play 50 games and have a saved Super Mario Galaxy file saved or play 4,950 games.
Mario Kart 8[edit | edit source]
Rosalina appears as an unlockable character in Mario Kart 8. There is also a character based off of "Baby Rosalina", the first time ever in the series.
Mario Party series[edit | edit source]
Mario Party: Island Tour[edit | edit source]
Mario Party 10[edit | edit source]
Rosalina makes her first playable appearance in the Mario Party series in Mario Party 10. Rosalina is one of the default characters in the game and is a newcomer along with Spike. Her description mentions about her full experience in Comet Observatory.
Mario Party: Star Rush[edit | edit source]
In Mario Party: Star Rush, Rosalina can be unlocked within the Party Level 6. Rosalina's Wondrous Dice Block and Daisy's Friendly Dice Block are the only Dice Blocks that have slots for variable numbers that are dependent on the player's current status.
Mario Party: The Top 100[edit | edit source]
Rosalina appears in Mario Party: The Top 100, her voice clips were reused and her artwork looks similar to her Mario Kart Wii artwork. She is described to be "saving cosmos" while "destroying rivals".
Super Mario Party[edit | edit source]
Rosalina appears in Super Mario Party as a playable character. Playable characters and herself from Mario Party 10 has reused files of victories and losing. She owns her dice block called the Rosalina Dice Block. Rosalina is described to be an "instellar observer", "protector of the Lumas" and a "friend to Mario".
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Mario Party™: The Top 100 game for Nintendo 3DS™ family of systems - Characters Nintendo. 2017. Retrieved December 26, 2018.