Princess Peach Edit

Princess Peach (casually Peach, formerly Princess Toadstool outside of Japan prior to Super Mario 64) is a main character in the Mario franchise, and the princess of Mushroom Kingdom. Peach first appeared in Super Mario Bros. and was created by Shigeru Miyamoto to be the damsel-in-distress throughout most Mario games. She resides in her castlealong with many Toads, who act as her loyal servants. Her kingdom is often attacked by the Koopa Troop, a group led by Bowser. She is the love interest of Mario.

Consumed by Edit

  • Piranha Plant
  • Cheep Cheep
  • Kirby
  • King Dedede
  • Petey Piranha
  • Bowser
  • Belome
  • Yoshi
  • Boo
  • Pit Plant
  • Francis
  • Gulpin
  • Bulborb
  • Giant Fish

History Edit

Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Edit

In the game, there is a boss battle against a creature named Belome, whom has a taste for everyone on your team. Belome will occasionally eat Peach and comment on how she tasted, then spit her out that same turn and create a clone of her. Her clone is the weakest of the cast, although it has the ability to heal Belome, so it's best to take out her clone quickly.

"Mmm, tastes peachy..." (said after eating Princess Peach).

Mario Party Edit

Princess Peach can be eaten by several characters in this game, including a piranha plant and a boo. In the mini-game 'Tug 'o War,' the players are set to a 1 - v - 3 match of tug of war. Who ever loses will be pulled into the mouth of a piranha plant and be swallowed whole, screaming as they fall into the plant's mouth. In 'Pedal Power,' the player will have to rotate the control stick as fast as they can to illuminate a light to stop an approaching boo. Failure to do so will have the player be consumed by the boo, who will then float off with the character inside of it.

Mario Party 3 Edit


Super Smash Bros. series Edit

In Super Smash Bros Melee Princess Peach can be swallowed by Kirby and Yoshi, and In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Princess Peach can also be swallowed by King Dedede, Gulpin, a Bulborb and a Giant Fish.

In Super Smash Bros to Super Smash Bros 3DS/WII U Kirby's neutral B move consist of his iconic inhale move where he can swallow his opponents. Once he has inhaled an opponent, he can either spit them out as a projectile to damage other opponents or copy their abilities (which is their neutral B moves.)

Yoshi's neutral B move consists of his egg lay move where he would shoot out his tongue at his opponents, if he manages to catch a prey, he'll pull his opponent into his mouth and then poop them out as an egg. Yoshi's grab works the same way as his neutral B exceot when he catches someone, he'll just have his opponent in his mouth and will continually chew on them.

Introduced in Super Smash Bros Brawl, King Dedede's Neutral B move us his inhale move from the kirby games that works exactly like Kirby's inhale move. The diffrence between kirby and Dedede's inhale move is that Dedede cannot copy his opponent's abilities once he has inhaled them and has a longer range.

One of the Pokemon that only appeared in Brawl was Gulpin. What Gulpin would do is use swallow which as you guessed it, swallows any nearby opponent and chews on them before spitting them out.

In the Pikmin stage of Super Smash Bros Brawl and 3DS, sometimes in the right side of the stage, a bulborb will appear and will sometimes open it's mouth. If a character lands on the bulborb's mouth, the Bulborb will swallow the character and walks off the stage, resulting as an instant K.O.

On the stage, Summit (Ice Climbers stsge, only in Brawl) wait long enough on the stage thrn the stage will then slide down an icy mountain and then float through water which a character can swim in. However, if a character is in the water the water for too long, a Giant Fish will jump out of the water and swallow that character and like the Bulborb in the Pikmin stage, being swallowed by the Fish will result an instant K.O.

Mario Kart Double Dash Edit


Mario Party 6 Edit


Super Princess Peach Edit


Mario Party DS Edit


Super Paper Mario Edit

The Main boss of chapter 3 (and a possibke boss in chapter 8), Francis has a move where he catches the player with his tongue and then swallows them, doing damage overtime. Once swallowed, the player must shake the wii remote.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Edit


Bowser's Inside Story Edit


Mario Kart 8: Deluxe Edit