Rabbid Rosalina

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Rabbid Rosalina
Rabbid Rosalina in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Artwork of Rabbid Rosalina from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Species Rabbid
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)

Rabbid Rosalina is a Rabbid character that appears in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. Like her name suggests, she is heavily based on Rosalina, wearing her cyan dress and having platinum blonde hair with a silver crown. However, instead of a wand, Rabbid Rosalina wields the Kaboomer,[1] a yellow Spark plush (with green and purple edges) with a pull string and a cannon in its mouth. It is able to obliterate covers. Her technique is Ennui, which puts enemies to sleep similar to Rabbid Cranky's Long Story. She can also unlock a dash that can activate this effect.[2] An arrangement of the Comet Observatory theme from Super Mario Galaxy, "Rosalina in the Observatory", can be heard during Rabbid Rosalina's first appearance in the game's trailer.[3]


Not much is currently known about her personality, but it is known that unlike her human counterpart, she is lazy, as seen in the cinematic trailer for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. Compared to other Rabbids, who are usually mischievous and hyperactive, she is a rather gloomy Rabbid.[3] While she seems to have no interest in battling, her profile from the official Ubisoft website states that she is smart and ready to battle alongside her friends.


Ubisoft website[edit]

  • Description: When you believe your ancestors were noble, it's only natural to conduct yourself with such airs and poise. Rabbid Rosalina is smart, and ready to battle alongside her team to help destroy any threat![4]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラビッツロゼッタ[5]
Rabittsu Rozetta
Rabbid Rosalina
Chinese (Simplified) 疯兔罗莎塔[6]
Fēngtù Luóshātǎ
Rabbid Rosalina
Chinese (Traditional) 瘋兔羅潔塔[7]
Fēngtù Luójiétǎ
Rabbid Rosalina
Russian Кролик-Розалина[8]
Rabbit Rosalina