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Rosalina - Mario Party 10.png
Solo artwork of Rosalina in her appearance for Mario Party 10.
Full Name Rosalina
Species Human
First Appearance Super Mario Galaxy (2007)
Latest Appearance Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition (2015)
Latest Portrayal Laura Faye Smith (2013-present[1])

“May the stars shine down on you.”
Rosalina, Super Mario Galaxy

Rosalina is a recurring character that debuted in Super Mario Galaxy, first appearing in the Gateway Galaxy. She is a very powerful figure, as her duty is to watch over and protect the cosmos, while also serving as the adopted mother of the Lumas, and commanding the Comet Observatory.

Rosalina's back-story is chronicled in her storybook told by her in the Comet Observatory's Library in Super Mario Galaxy. Nine chapters are unlocked throughout the game, and the last is unlocked by completing the game.



Main article: Rosalina's Storybook

Rosalina's story begins when she meets a young Luma in a rusted spaceship, where they rebuild spaceship to go search for the Luma's mother. They traverse through the space, encountering comets, asteroids, and Star Bits. Rosalina then starts to miss her mother, but the two begin to build a new home that would eventually become the Comet Observatory. As she and the Luma build the home, Rosalina takes more Lumas under her wing. After they see their 100th comet, Rosalina looks back at her home planet, which then causes her to feel greatly upset and homesick, and then realizes that her own mother is dead. The young Luma who traversed with Rosalina tells her that her mother is always part of her, and then transforms into a comet that can traverse to Rosalina's home planet. Rosalina then declares that she and the Lumas are her family now, and goes back to her home planet every once in one hundred years.

Super Mario series

Super Mario Galaxy

Rosalina in her Comet Observatory for Super Mario Galaxy.

During one of her centennial visits to the Mushroom World, the Comet Observatory is attacked by Bowser, who steals the observatory's Power Stars and Grand Stars. Rosalina later appeared to Mario/Luigi after Peach is kidnapped. In order to aid Mario/Luigi she gives him Luma, the same one seen with Peach at the Star Festival. After Mario/Luigi collects enough stars to power the ship, Rosalina flies the observatory to the center of the universe for the final confrontation with Bowser.

Super Mario Galaxy 2

Rosalina and her Lumas in the second ending for Super Mario Galaxy 2.

Rosalina appears during the ending sequence of Super Mario Galaxy 2. Lubba reveals at this time that he and Rosalina had met before, but the details of their meeting remain unknown. Rosalina also frequently sends letters to the Baby Luma that's with Mario, but she does not reveal her identity in them.

When the player manages to get 120 Power Stars and beats the final boss again, a scene is shown after the ending credits, showing Rosalina and her Lumas in the Library, revealing that she was telling the story of Super Mario Galaxy 2. Then, she decides to narrate how Mario (and Luigi) collect every Green Star to her Lumas. If Mario, Yoshi, and Luigi manage to collect every single star in the game, and survive the Grandmaster Galaxy's Daredevil Comet, Rosalina will thank and join them on Starship Mario.

Players can also use Rosalina to represent their file on the file select screen. However, the Rosalina avatar can only be used on save files in which the player has collected 120 stars, and unlocked the Green Star Prankster Comets.

This game also features a cosmic entity that highly resembles Rosalina, known as the Cosmic Spirit.

Super Mario 3D World

Rosalina's artwork for Super Mario 3D World.
Rosalina, performing a Spin attack in Super Mario 3D World.

Rosalina appears as a unlockable playable character in Super Mario 3D World. She is unlocked after the player has completed World StarWorld Star-2: Super Galaxy, which is unlocked after World StarWorld Star-1: Rainbow Run is completed. She controls just like Luigi but also has the ability to use the Spin attack, similar to that of Mario and Luigi in the Super Mario Galaxy games and has normal traction. She is, however, slower like Princess Peach. This is also the first time Rosalina is playable in a Mario platformer. As with the other characters, she can use all the power-ups in the game, but when she gets one (except the Double Cherry and the Super Star), she loses her Spin attack.

If the player beats Meowser in World Bowser after Rosalina has been unlocked, she will be seen with two Lumas in the end credits, at the end of the first split of the Clear Pipe, replacing three Sprixie denizens. Additionally, Rosalina's Comet Observatory can be seen in the background of the game's expanded key artwork, the final scene after the credits, and World StarWorld Star-2: Super Galaxy.

Mario Kart series

Mario Kart Wii

Rosalina's profile artwork for Mario Kart Wii.
Rosalina races at Moonview Highway.

Rosalina makes her first playable appearance in Mario Kart Wii, where she is a Large-sized unlockable character. Here, the player must win 1st Place with at least 1 Star Rank in all Mirror Grand Prix Cups, have a Super Mario Galaxy save file and play 50 Races, or play 4,950 Races. Rosalina rides in Large vehicles, and is the first female character to ever be in this class due to Rosalina's tall height.[2]

While racing, a Luma orbits around Rosalina. Rosalina's racing symbol is a Grand Star. Like Peach and Daisy, Rosalina appears in a biker suit while racing on any of the motorbikes, only that the color scheme is different to the overall color scheme of her main dress. Her signature bike is the Shooting Star and her signature kart is the Honeycoupe. Rosalina is the staff ghost character for Rainbow Road.

Mario Kart 7

Rosalina's profile artwork for Mario Kart 7.
Rosalina races at Rosalina's Ice World.

Rosalina returns in her second Mario Kart game appearance in Mario Kart 7 for the Nintendo 3DS. She is a Cruiser-type character, along with Donkey Kong and Wiggler, and this time, she appears without a Luma accompanying her in the races. Rosalina has an advantage bonus for the weight, along for speed. Just as in Mario Kart Wii, Rosalina is an unlockable character, which the player must win the Star Cup of the 150cc class to unlock her. In this game, she has her personal racecourse called Rosalina's Ice World, a track that makes allusion to the Super Mario Galaxy series, where she has appeared prominently. When Rosalina uses the Peach Parasol for a glider, it becomes turquoise to match her color scheme. Likewise, her Birthday Girl kart is colored blue.

Mario Kart Arcade GP DX

Rosalina appears in Mario Kart Arcade GP DX, following an update to the game. She is classified as a heavyweight character, meaning she has exceptional speed, but poor acceleration and handling.

Mario Kart 8

Rosalina's profile artwork for Mario Kart 8.
Rosalina races at N64 Rainbow Road.

Rosalina returns as an unlockable playable racer in Mario Kart 8. She retains her motorbike gear from Mario Kart Wii when riding a bike or an ATV, but she wears her signature dress only for karts. In addition, her infant counterpart, Baby Rosalina, debuted in this game. Much like in Mario Kart 7, her Peach Parasol glider is turquoise.

Rosalina is one of the lighter heavyweights, sacrificing some speed and weight to boost her acceleration, handling, and traction stats a little. She shares these traits with Donkey Kong, Waluigi, Roy Koopa, and Link. Rosalina is the staff ghost for Sunshine Airport.

Mario Party series

Mario Party: Island Tour

Rosalina's appearance in Mario Party: Island Tour.

Rosalina makes her first appearance in the Mario Party series in Mario Party: Island Tour, for the Nintendo 3DS. She is a non-playable character on the space themed board, Rocket Road, where she waits at the end of the board for the winner, and also appears in the celebration for a victory on this board.

Mario Party 10

Rosalina's appearance in Mario Party 10.

Rosalina appears as a playable character in Mario Party 10, her first playable appearance in the series.

Mario Golf: World Tour

Rosalina, as she appears in Mario Golf: World Tour.

Rosalina makes her first appearance in a Mario Golf game as a downloadable character in Mario Golf: World Tour as a part of the Star Pack. Unlike Peach and Daisy, Rosalina does not have a change in outfit for this game. She is one of the strongest characters, losing only to Bowser in distance. She also has a fade, meaning that her ball curves to the right. She has the highest shot in the game, which means that she can easily hit over trees but the ball is affected by wind more.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U

Main article: SmashWiki:Rosalina & Luma (SSB4)
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Super Smash Bros. Character
Rosalina & Luma
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Game Appearances
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Special Moves
Standard:  Luma Shot
Side:  Star Bits
Up:  Launch Star
Down:  Gravitational Pull
Final Smash:  Power Star
Rosalina as she appears in both versions of the game.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Rosalina as she appears in both versions of the game.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Rosalina as she appears in both versions of the game.

“Rosalina & Luma Launch into Battle!”
Introduction, "Comet Observatory" Trailer

Rosalina was announced to be the fourth newcomer fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U on December 18th, 2013 during Nintendo Direct, alongside Luma. A variety of her abilities use a Luma, particularly to aid in combos. Rosalina is a very lightweight fighter. In fact, she's one of the lightest fighters in the game, only being heavier than Kirby, Mr. Game & Watch, Mewtwo, and Jigglypuff. For Equipment, Rosalina uses Staffs to boost offense, Dresses for defense, and Pumps for speed.

Rosalina and Luma have a moveset largely inspired by the Super Mario Galaxy games. They can be controlled individually, similar to the Ice Climbers from past Super Smash Bros. installments. Luma can be attacked and defeated, and can eventually be re-summoned by Rosalina. However, like attacking Nana and Olimar's Pikmin, the damage does not count towards Rosalina's damage percentage, though Luma has its own individual but unseen damage counter. Rosalina can also control how far away the Luma can be from her, by using her standard special attack; the Luma Shot.

Her down special move is named Gravitational Pull, which sends items and weapons towards Rosalina. While she uses this move, weapons will be disabled. The attack seems to be inspired by the Spin from Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Her up special attack; the Launch Star, gives Rosalina a vertical boost (with an animation similar to Mario's and Luigi's animation after using a Launch Star in the Super Mario Galaxy games, even including the Launch Star sound effect). Her side special, Star Bits, releases a group of Star Bits that are used as projectiles. Rosalina's Final Smash, Power Star, summons a large Power Star, which shoots many smaller stars onto the stage that damage opponents.

The partner Luma can be yellow, apricot, green, red, blue, or brown. The differences are aesthetic only.

Rosalina seems to retain her appearance from the Mario series, with the exception of glittery star patterns, made with an iridescent fiber, adorning the bottom of her dress. This is unlike Princess Peach, whose appearance is different from that in the Mario series.

Rosalina's dress comes in eight colors for players to choose from: the default turquoise, mint green, pink, gold, black and gold, purple, and two red and white colored dresses, both of which resemble her Fire Form in Super Mario 3D World.

This is also the very first game in which Rosalina is a default character.

Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition

The player unlocks Super Rosalina.

Rosalina appears as a helper character in Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition. She is unlocked by completing ★World 2-Tower, and is a Water attribute helper. She also has a Super form, which is unlocked by completing ★World 5, and is a Water/Light attribute helper.

Rosalina's Skill allows players to freely move Orbs anywhere for 10 seconds, while her Helper Skill multiplies the ATK of all teammates by 3.5x when attacking with four or more attributes.

Super Rosalina's Skill turns all Orbs into Fire, Water, Wood, Light, and Dark Orbs, while her Helper Skill multiplies the ATK of all teammates by 5.5x when attacking with five attributes.

Both Rosalina variations have RCV as their strongest stat, while their ATK is only at average levels. And while Rosalina's HP is at an average level, Super Rosalina's HP is slightly above average.

Super Mario Maker

Rosalina appears as an unlockable Mystery Mushroom transformation. Here she is given an 8-bit appearance based on her Super Smash Bros. look, with a Luma floating alongside her.

Other appearances

Image of Rosalina from the Super Mario-Kun. The text says, "Stage 4: Launching into the Universe! The Beginning of a New Adventure!"

Rosalina appears in volume 38 of the Japanese manga, Super Mario-Kun. After Bowser uses a flyswatter to knock Mario away to a planet, Mario loses his motivation, despite Luma's efforts to get him back. Rosalina sends a hologram of a Giant Goomba for Mario, thus making him use his Star Spin technique to make it disappear (much to Mario's surprise). She later helps him on the adventure.

Rosalina also appears on the Puzzle Swap panel "Nintendo Starlets" of the StreetPass Mii Plaza, alongside Princess Peach, Pauline, Zelda, and Toon Zelda.

In Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, an 8-bit sprite of Rosalina can be seen running around the Double Cherry Spires level.

General information

Physical description

Rosalina's appearance on Starship Mario in Super Mario Galaxy 2.
A height comparison between Rosalina, Princess Peach, and Mario, in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Rosalina is taller than most characters, rivaling Waluigi's height, and bearing a resemblance to Princess Peach. However, Rosalina's skin is paler, her eyes are a lighter shade of blue, and her hair (possibly "red" in her childhood) is a lighter blond than Peach's. She wears purple nail polish, and has a large bang which obscures her right eye.


Rosalina normally wears a turquoise-colored gown with a white petticoat, and silver high heels.
In the Super Smash Bros. series, however, Rosalina's high heels are more blue-colored, and the underside of the dress is covered in stars.

Rosalina wears a gown said to be a color that only exists when the sun peers out of the clouds. Her brooch, crown, and earrings are star-shaped. The brooch and crown are silver, as are her high heels, while the earrings are yellow. Rosalina also wears a number of jewels, including a yellow jewel inside the brooch and crown jewels that are pink and turquoise. Her gown cuts off at the top of her chest, where a powder-blue flap loops around, and has long sleeves with wide openings at the bottom, which are topped with powder-blue frills. At the bottom is another frill that loops around until turning up to a point at the middle; under this a layer of a petticoat is visible. In Super Mario Galaxy and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Rosalina holds a silver wand with a golden star at the top. Also, in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the bottom of her dress sports glittery star shapes similar to her wand, and her heels are a very light green color, instead of the usual silver. In Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 8, Rosalina is given a jumpsuit if riding on a bike, similar to Peach and Daisy. Her jumpsuit, gloves, and boots are the same color as the gown she wears in the Super Mario Galaxy games, and she has a teal scarf, a teal heart on the back of the outfit, and star-shaped jewelry, most likely to differentiate her from Peach and Daisy.


Early concept art
Final concept art
Early concept art of Rosalina as seen in the Prima Collector's Edition Strategy Guide for Super Mario Galaxy (left) and final concept art of her

Although Rosalina's design has not been changed since her debut, when she was originally being created for Super Mario Galaxy, her concept design was vastly different compared to what she looks like now. She was depicted with a beehive hairstyle along with straight-cut bangs. She had more unique facial features including the style of her eyes and mouth; the facial features she has now are more similar to Peach's. Her outfit was more similar to Peach and Daisy's, however, complimenting her now dropped trait as a princess. Instead of a crown, she wore a tiara, and her gloves were just like Peach's.

A final concept drawing depicted Rosalina very similarly to the way in which she appears now, though it contained minor color differences.

Personality and traits

Rosalina is generally wise and kind. She has an intimate knowledge of the universe and cares deeply for the Lumas. Her outward strength and inner sorrow are likely due to the loss of her mother.

It has also been shown that Rosalina's voice is rather monotone, even when she is excited. Like most players, Rosalina enjoys special activities, but in a very humble manner.

Powers and abilities

Rosalina creates a protective bubble around herself to defend against attacks.

Rosalina has special powers as seen in Super Mario Galaxy. For example, once sufficient power is restored to the Comet Observatory, Rosalina is able to use her powers to surround the observatory in a force field, transforming it into a starship as a form of transportation. Also, she can be protected by a force field that resembles a bubble. If the player attempts to jump on her, the bubble would appear. Rosalina can also form these bubbles around Mario if he falls off the Comet Observatory; it will then levitate and drop him back to where he was standing. Rosalina also has the ability to float, just like the Lumas, and at the end of Super Mario Galaxy is shown flying when she departs from the Gateway Galaxy's first planet. She has the ability to speak via telepathy, as shown in the end of the game, where she speaks to Mario, Peach and Bowser while she's far in space. Rosalina is shown to be skilled with her wand and can deflect Star Bits with it if the player shoots them at her. Rosalina has also shown the ability to teleport, at least from Earth to space. She can also use the spin move from the Super Mario Galaxy games, as seen in Super Mario 3D World, and can still creates a shield to protect her if the player attempt to attack her as a non-playable character. She is also able to create giant holograms of herself, like in Super Mario Galaxy 2, and even change her height, like in Super Mario Galaxy.

She also shows more of her powers in the spin-offs games, such as telekinesis, creation of shooting star showers, gravity manipulation, teleportation of other people, and creation of Launch Stars.


Rosalina with the Lumas

When Rosalina was a child, she bonded with a Luma looking for its mother and soon became the adoptive mother of both it and a host of other Lumas, who in turn comforted her when she mourned the death of her own mother. She often reads bedtime stories to the Lumas in the Library, is accompanied by a Luma in Mario Kart Wii, and battles on a team with Luma in the fourth instalment of Super Smash Bros. A Luma named Polari is her most trusted adviser and is often found at her side in Super Mario Galaxy. She is also held in high esteem by Lubba, who refers to her as "The Lady of the Shooting Stars" and is happy to have her on board the Starship Mario at the end of Super Mario Galaxy 2.

Peach and Rosalina talking

Mario befriends Rosalina during the events of Super Mario Galaxy, when he recovers the stolen Grand Stars needed to power her Comet Observatory. She then flies her ship to the center of the universe and destroys a fleet of Bowser's airships, thereby helping Mario defeat him and rescue Princess Peach, whom Rosalina had described as Mario's "Special One". As revealed in issue 38 of Super Mario-Kun, Peach herself shares a positive friendship with Rosalina.

Luigi, Rosalina, and the Toad Brigade posing for a picture

Luigi assists Mario in the collection of stars in Super Mario Galaxy, at one point giving him a recovered Power Star on the condition that he tells Rosalina that it was Luigi who obtained it for her. The two are also depicted standing together with the Toad Brigade at Peach's Castle in a secret picture that can be obtained by collecting all 121 Power Stars. Rosalina eventually takes an even more hands-on role against Bowser in Super Mario 3D World, when she joins Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Toad in their adventure.


Plushies based on Rosalina are manufactured by San-ei. Currently there are there are two versions: Rosalina in default appearance and another of Cat Rosalina. There are also mini figurines of Rosalina developed by Furuta. Rosalina and Luma have an amiibo of them, which was released February 2015. The figure is currently only available at Target.

List of appearances by date

Title Description Original Release Date System/Format
Super Mario Galaxy Non-Playable Character Japan:
November 1, 2007
Mario Kart Wii Unlockable Playable Character Japan:
April 10, 2008
Super Mario Galaxy 2 Non-Playable Character North America:
May 23, 2010
Mario Kart 7 Unlockable Playable Character Japan:
December 1, 2011
Nintendo 3DS
Super Mario 3D World Unlockable Playable Character Japan:
November 21, 2013
Wii U
Mario Party: Island Tour Non-Playable Character North America:
November 22, 2013
Nintendo 3DS
Mario Kart Arcade GP DX Downloadable Playable Character Japan:
July 25, 2013
Mario Golf: World Tour Downloadable Playable Character Japan:
May 1, 2014
Nintendo 3DS
Mario Kart 8 Unlockable Playable Character Japan:
May 29, 2014
Wii U
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Playable Character Japan:
September 13, 2014
Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Playable Character North America:
November 21, 2014
Wii U
Mario Party 10 Playable Character Japan:
March 12, 2015
Wii U
Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Unlockable Playable Character Japan:
April 29, 2015
Nintendo 3DS


The following voice actresses have lent their talents to portray Rosalina in the Mario game series:

Profiles and statistics

Main article: List of Rosalina profiles and statistics‎

Super Mario series

Super Mario Galaxy

  • Bios
    • Instruction manual: "This keeper of the Comet Observatory floats through the cosmos with curious star creatures called Lumas. Her past is shrouded in mystery."
    • Guide: "Not much is known about Rosalina, the lonely princess who wanders the cosmos in the Comet Observatory, a giant starship that travels the celestial expanse. She is a great friend of the Luma, taking them in and caring for them as if they were her children. But there is a sadness behind her eyes. What has she lost out among the stars?"
    • Trading card: "Rosalina's home is the Comet Observatory, a very important place that serves as the launching pad for all of Mario's adventures throughout the universe. She has an expansive knowledge of the universe and is known as a kind and motherly figure, especially to the Lumas-those cute little stars that she adopted who help Mario throughout his journey to save the princess."

Mario Kart 8

Rosalina's emblems from Mario Kart 8
  • Weight Class: Heavy
  • Stats
    • Speed
      • Ground: 4.25
      • Water: 4.75
      • Air: 4.25
      • Anti-Gravity: 4.5
    • Acceleration: 2.25
    • Weight: 4.25
    • Handling
      • Ground: 2.75
      • Water: 2.75
      • Air: 2.5
      • Anti-Gravity: 3
    • Traction: 3.5
    • Mini-Turbo: 2
  • Bio: "This cosmic guardian is definitely made of star stuff, and isn’t afraid to cut loose on the track. Being a heavyweight, she can toss aside a surprising number of rival racers in pursuit of victory!"
Staff ghost time
Course Staff Name Country Time Vehicle Combination
Body Tires Glider
Sunshine Airport Nin★Leonel United States 2:24.429 Circuit Special Standard Super Glider


For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Rosalina.


Main article: List of Rosalina quotes
  • "Do you hear the baby stars? These newborns will grow up to become galaxies someday. When stars die, they turn to stardust and scatter across the cosmos. Eventually, that stardust reforms to create a new star... And so the cycle of life continues. But the cycle never repeats itself in quite the same way....'ll see."
  • "Yes... All new life... Carries the essence of stars... Even all of you..."
  • "I will watch over you from beyond the stars."
  • "This planet... It's very dear to me. I looked forward to visiting this planet with the Lumas every one hundred years... The Luma that's been traveling with you may also grow up to become a star someday. Some Lumas become planets...some become comets...and a few become Power Stars. I'm traveling with them while they look for a place to be reborn. But I never thought all this would happen..."
  • " you were the one who collected all of the scattered stars...I want to thank you...your deeds will live on in the memory of the cosmos..."

Audio samples

Quote Game Voice Clip Portrayer and Year
"Let's begin..."-Before telling her story Super Mario Galaxy
MarioGalaxy Rosalina Lets begin.ogg
Mercedes Rose, 2007
"Rosalina!"-When Unlocked Mario Kart 8
Laura Faye Smith, 2014

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロゼッタ
Rosetta, a type of orbit.
Spanish (NOA) Rosalina -
Spanish (NOE) Estela Spanish word for the tail of a comet. Estela is also the Spanish name for Stella.
French (NOA) Rosalina -
French (NOE) Harmonie Harmony
Dutch Rosalina -
German Rosalina -
Italian Rosalinda Italian for Beautiful Rose
Portuguese Rosalina -
Russian Розалина
Korean 로젤리나
Rosalina, probably the corruption of Rosetta and Rosalina.
Chinese 羅潔塔 (Traditional)
Transliteration of the Japanese name


  • Rosalina is always depicted as right-handed in artwork but left-handed in-game, with a few exceptions. In Mario Golf: World Tour, the player can choose if Rosalina is left- or right-handed, and Rosalina holds her wand with her right hand during cutscenes in Super Mario Galaxy. Mario Party 10 marked the first occasion in which she is depicted as left-handed in artwork but is right-handed when she participates in an activity or minigame.


  1. ^ a b While the credits of Mario Party 10 listed "Kerry[sic] Kane" as providing vocal work for the game, in an email, Kerri Kane explained that it was not in fact her work: "I do know it’s not me in this game however, as when I recorded for Miss Rosalina my script contained mostly "sounds" Like when you throw an object or when you are hit by one. Lots of Hoo's and Ha's, Yeahs and Yahs, things like that, some Alrights. I think the only long [...] sentence I recorded was something like "Hmmm, Not bad" So again a sound, but with a couple words. My script didn’t have a "Here I go" or the "Let's go" that I hear from Rosalina in MP10." and (March 17, 2015)
  2. ^"Second sentence of comment #7 says "She is in heavy class in Mario Kart Wii because Luma is being together, according to an interviewing article from Weekly Famitsu #1015." Comment #31 says "On Mario Kart series, she is always heavy because of Luma's existence on Wii but it is absent on later editions. An equally tall character, Waluigi behaves like light characters in Arcade edition, so it is very doubtful that she is 'physically' heavy."
  3. ^ From Kerri Kane's official website: "I’ve played the part of a fast kart-racing princess for Nintendo in Mario Kart 7 and Mario Kart Arcade GP DX and a pretty powerful golfer in Mario Golf: World Tour." (Retrieved June 26, 2014)