Lochlady

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Lochlady
Lochlady.jpg

A pink-colored Lochlady
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
“I wonder where our Lochlady Dress is. I hope whoever wears it looks good enough in it to justify our heartache...”
Lochlady, Super Mario Odyssey

Lochladies are mermaid-like creatures found in the region of Lake Lamode within the Lake Kingdom of Super Mario Odyssey. They are found in blue, pink, and silver color schemes. Each of them wear a coral headdress and a pair of golden bracelets. No male counterpart to the Lochladies appears to exist. Lochladies are known for their strength and flexibility, which lend to their professions as accomplished designers.[1]

At the game's finale, in the Moon Kingdom, a few Lochladies can be found in attendance of the wedding between Bowser and Princess Peach. Like other attending members, they were brought forcefully. After beating the game, they can be found at the entrance of the Moon Kingdom near the Odyssey, and in the start of Darker Side.

Concept and creation[edit]

Concept art of the Lochladies
Sketch of the Lochladies

The Lochladies were designed as fashion designers, following the motif of the mermaid.[2] Their facial expression were designed so they had a certain charm to them, and another peculiar feature of the design are the sequins of the dresses that resemble scales.[2]

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドレッシーナ人
Doresshīna-jin
Dresinnan
Spanish Kutureña Meaning inhabitant of "Lago Kutur" (Lake Lamode).
French Robelaise From Rochelaise (female inhabitants of the French city La Rochelle) and robe (dress).
Dutch Elegantiden Elegant / Graceful
German Schnixe From Nixe (Mermaid)
Italian Lamodiane From Alla moda (Fashionable)
Russian Наяда
Nayada
Derived from "наряд" (attire, dress).
Korean 드레시나인
Deureshina'in
Dresinnan

References[edit]

  1. ^ In-game brochure for Lake Lamode
  2. ^ a b Post about the sketch of the lochladies from the official Japanese Super Mario Odyssey Twitter account. Retrieved May 18, 2018.