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For fighter info see Rosalina & Luma (SSBWU/3DS).
Rosalina
200px-Princess Rosalina Super Mario Galaxy
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Official artwork of Rosalina from Super Mario Galaxy.

Alternate names Rosetta Flag of Japan
Harmonie Flag of France
Estela Flag of Spain
Rosalinda Flag of Italy
Universe Mario
Debut Super Mario Galaxy (2007)
Appears in SSB4 Icon
Console of origin Wii
Species Human
Gender Female
Hair color Platinum Blonde
Eye color Blue
Homeworld Mushroom Kingdom
Created by Yoshiaki Koizumi
Voice actor Kerri Kane

Rosalina (ロゼッタ Rozetta , Rosetta)?) is a character from the Mario series. She make her Smash Bros. debut in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, where she fights alongside Luma.

Character description

Rosalina debuted in Super Mario Galaxy, where she is a major non-playable character. She commandeers the Comet Observatory, which visits her home planet once every 100 years, and functions as the home of both her and the Lumas. Her backstory is also explained in a storybook that she reads to the Lumas at various points during the game. The storybook reveals that Rosalina first journeyed into outer space to help a lost Luma find his mother, which eventually led to them building the Comet Observatory, Rosalina finding out about the death of her own mother, and her forming a new family relationship with the Lumas as their adoptive mother.

Rosalina also appeared in Super Mario Galaxy 2, but has a vastly reduced role, as she only appears during the end of the game's story to reunite with Luma after he assisted Mario in defeating Bowser. However, Rosalina will also appear on Starship Mario after the player collects all 242 Power Stars.

Following these appearances, Rosalina made her first playable appearance in Mario Kart Wii and has been playable within the Mario Kart series and a number of other Mario spin-off games ever since. However, her first playable appearance within the main Mario series occurred in Super Mario 3D World.

Appearance

Rosalina looks similar to Princess Peach, but there are some differences. She wears a grey crown with blue and red jewels. Her blue eyes are more lighter than Princess Peach's. She wears yellow-star earrings. She has a cyan-yellow star album in front of her chest connected with cyan-blue clothes. She wears cyan shoes. Rosalina's hair style is similar to Princess Peach's, but Rosalina's hair covers her right eye.(Which is never seen)The colors are also different; Rosalina has platinum blonde hair while Princess Peach has yellow hair.

In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

As a playable character

Rosalina & Luma SSB4

Rosalina is a playable newcomer in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, being confirmed during a Nintendo Direct on December 18, 2013. In addition to her own moveset, she is allied with a Luma, who has its own moveset and can assist her with almost all of her attacks. Luma can be controlled along with Rosalina, which results in the pair being a "two-in-one" fighter like the Ice Climbers.

Trophies

Rosalina & Luma
SSB4-3 Icon The mysterious Rosalina lives in the Comet Observatory with the Lumas. She first traveled with them in search of their mother. In Smash Bros., Rosalina and Luma can fight in different places at the same time. If you can trap someone between Rosalina and Luma, you'll be able to unleash incredible damage!
SSB4-U Icon The mysterious Rosalina lives in the Comet Observatory with the Lumas. In Smash Bros., Rosalina and Luma can fight in different places at the same time. If you can trap someone between Rosalina and Luma, you'll be able to unleash incredible damage with their joined attacks!
  • (Wii) Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • (Wii U) Super Mario 3D World (11/2013)
Rosalina & Luma (Alt.)
Rosalina can pull in items and projectiles around her with her Gravitational Pull move. Her up special Launch Star is a diagonal jump and, though harmless, it has exceptional range. You also have some control over Rosalina's trajectory when she uses it.
  • (Wii) Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • (Wii U) Super Mario 3D World (11/2013)

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