History Fridge / SuperPrincessPeach

22nd Oct '17 10:36:46 AM Monolaf317
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* FridgeBrilliance: Boos with blindfolds.
** Peach is the only one capable of controlling her emotions, hence why she's the heroine.
** Bowser loves Peach, correct? So he wouldn't want her to be destroyed, hence why the game is so much easier: They're going easy on her because Bowser loves her.
** It's not that Peach ''needs'' to find all of the lost Toads before she can enter the final level and fight Bowser, it's that she ''refuses'' to. She knows how dangerous Bowser is, and if she is defeated and/or kidnapped then all of her citizens she didn't already rescue would remain captured with no one left to save them. Can double as heartwarming if one assumes Peach acted that even if she goes down in the final battle, at least her people would be saved.
** Boos that attack when you look at them instead of looking away is sheer brilliance in of itself and an idea that is very rarely seen. One cleverly designed level in Shriek Mansion shows this.
* FridgeHorror: She's got a carnivorous umbrella and violent mood swings. Imagine the mayhem she could get up to if she was less inherently nice.
** Also of note is that the {{idle animation}} is Perry ''trying to eat her''. Imagine what mayhem Perry could get up to if he was being wielded by, say, Bowser.
** Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has long since died of old age]].
** Perry talks to Peach throughout the entire game and it seems to be bonding with her ... except if you notice Peach never actually acknowledges Perry, or treats him as anything other than a parasol. It's entirely possible Perry only ''thinks'' he's communicating with Peach (like when he tries talking to the merchant in his back story), but in reality he's been talking to himself the entire time. Doubles as a Fridge TearJerker.

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!!FridgeBrilliance
* FridgeBrilliance: Boos with blindfolds.
** * Peach is the only one capable of controlling her emotions, hence why she's the heroine.
** * Bowser loves Peach, correct? So he wouldn't want her to be destroyed, hence why the game is so much easier: They're going easy on her because Bowser loves her.
** * It's not that Peach ''needs'' to find all of the lost Toads before she can enter the final level and fight Bowser, it's that she ''refuses'' to. She knows how dangerous Bowser is, and if she is defeated and/or kidnapped then all of her citizens she didn't already rescue would remain captured with no one left to save them. Can double as heartwarming if one assumes Peach acted that even if she goes down in the final battle, at least her people would be saved.
** * Boos that attack when you look at them instead of looking away is sheer brilliance in of itself and an idea that is very rarely seen. One cleverly designed level in Shriek Mansion shows this.
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!!FridgeHorror
* FridgeHorror: She's got a carnivorous umbrella and violent mood swings. Imagine the mayhem she could get up to if she was less inherently nice.
** * Also of note is that the {{idle animation}} is Perry ''trying to eat her''. Imagine what mayhem Perry could get up to if he was being wielded by, say, Bowser.
** * Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has long since died of old age]].
** * Perry talks to Peach throughout the entire game and it seems to be bonding with her ... except if you notice Peach never actually acknowledges Perry, or treats him as anything other than a parasol. It's entirely possible Perry only ''thinks'' he's communicating with Peach (like when he tries talking to the merchant in his back story), but in reality he's been talking to himself the entire time. Doubles as a Fridge TearJerker.TearJerker.
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19th Jul '17 4:08:58 PM Spanks
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** Boos that attack when you look at them instead of looking away is sheer brilliance in of itself and an idea that is very rarely seen. One cleverly designed level in Shriek Mansion shows this.
13th Sep '15 1:39:15 PM DarkMask
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** It's not that Peach ''needs'' to find all of the lost Toads before she can enter the final level and fight Bowser, it's that she ''refuses'' to. She knows how dangerous Bowser is, and if she is defeated and/or kidnapped then all of her citizens she didn't already rescue would remain captured with no one left to save them. Can double as heartwarming if one assumes Peach acted that even if she goes down in the final battle, at least her people would be saved.
13th Sep '15 1:34:23 PM DarkMask
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** Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has long since died of old age]].

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** Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has long since died of old age]].age]].
** Perry talks to Peach throughout the entire game and it seems to be bonding with her ... except if you notice Peach never actually acknowledges Perry, or treats him as anything other than a parasol. It's entirely possible Perry only ''thinks'' he's communicating with Peach (like when he tries talking to the merchant in his back story), but in reality he's been talking to himself the entire time. Doubles as a Fridge TearJerker.
23rd Sep '14 4:19:41 PM VoltraTheLively
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** Princess Peach is the most vapid, undeveloped-yet-recognized character in Nintendo's cast. She is not only the DistressedDamsel in almost every game, but she's also the signature NeutralFemale. She's so NeutralFemale that until this point, other than being mindlessly perky, her only other emotion was "Help me I've been kidnapped!". Screw UnfortunateImplications, violent mood swings are CharacterDevelopment for her! The idea of Princess Peach using weaponized PMS is hilarious and fitting, given her character history. It only applies to her, though -- if it were Zelda (Nintendo's other signature DistressedDamsel) it'd be another situation entirely. But for someone as [[TheDitz flat and air-headed as Peach]], it works. (Although her personality varies DependingOnTheWriter).
23rd Jul '14 1:14:30 AM Sammettik
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** Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has been long dead]].

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** Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has been long dead]].since died of old age]].
22nd May '14 3:29:30 PM technickal
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** Also of note is that the {{idle animation}} is Perry ''trying to eat her''. Imagine what mayhem Perry could get up to if he was being wielded by, say, Bowser.

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** Also of note is that the {{idle animation}} is Perry ''trying to eat her''. Imagine what mayhem Perry could get up to if he was being wielded by, say, Bowser.Bowser.
** Just how long has it been since Perry was [[spoiler:separated from his "grandpa"]]? For all we know, [[spoiler:Perry's "grandpa" has been long dead]].
22nd May '14 3:28:34 PM technickal
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** Princess Peach is the most vapid, undeveloped-yet-recognized character in Nintendo's cast. She is not only the DistressedDamsel in almost every game, but she's also the signature NeutralFemale. She's so NeutralFemale that until this point, other than being mindlessly perky, her only other emotion was "Help me I've been kidnapped!". Screw UnfortunateImplications, violent mood swings are CharacterDevelopment for her! The idea of Princess Peach using weaponized PMS is hilarious and fitting, given her character history. It only applies to her, though -- if it were Zelda (Nintendo's other signature DistressedDamsel) it'd be another situation entirely. But for someone as [[TheDitz flat and air-headed as Peach, it works. (Although her personality varies DependingOnTheWriter).

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** Princess Peach is the most vapid, undeveloped-yet-recognized character in Nintendo's cast. She is not only the DistressedDamsel in almost every game, but she's also the signature NeutralFemale. She's so NeutralFemale that until this point, other than being mindlessly perky, her only other emotion was "Help me I've been kidnapped!". Screw UnfortunateImplications, violent mood swings are CharacterDevelopment for her! The idea of Princess Peach using weaponized PMS is hilarious and fitting, given her character history. It only applies to her, though -- if it were Zelda (Nintendo's other signature DistressedDamsel) it'd be another situation entirely. But for someone as [[TheDitz flat and air-headed as Peach, Peach]], it works. (Although her personality varies DependingOnTheWriter).
22nd May '14 3:28:11 PM technickal
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** Princess Peach is the most vapid, undeveloped-yet-recognized character in Nintendo's cast. She is not only the DistressedDamsel in almost every game, but she's also the signature NeutralFemale. She's so NeutralFemale that until this point, other than being mindlessly perky, her only other emotion was "Help me I've been kidnapped!". Screw UnfortunateImplications, violent mood swings are CharacterDevelopment for her! The idea of Princess Peach using weaponized PMS is hilarious and fitting, given her character history. It only applies to her, though -- if it were Zelda (Nintendo's other signature DistressedDamsel) it'd be another situation entirely. But for someone as flat and air-headed as Peach, it works.
*** YMMV on that -- Peach's characterization varies from game to game. In the [=RPGs=], including the ''PaperMario'' series, she tends to get characterized as either so pure-hearted it's practically a superpower (for instance, in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', and ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'' -- note that in each of those three games, Peach's pure-heartedness made her essential to the BigBad's plans) and/or strong-willed and perfectly willing to accompany Mario on an adventure if given half a chance (examples including ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' and ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''). Virtually all of the [=RPGs=] depict Peach as being [[TheHighQueen a wise ruler]], and she even tends to [[ContemplateOurNavels wax philosophic]] on occasion (such as at the end of ''[[VideoGame/PaperMario64 Paper Mario]]'' and ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar''), not to mention that she was the only one who knew what was ''actually'' up with the Cobalt Star in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime''. It's only in the main platforming series that Peach tends to be TheDitz, and even then, it's not so much that she's TheDitz as she's, well, [[NeutralFemale just the princess who needs to be rescued]].

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** Princess Peach is the most vapid, undeveloped-yet-recognized character in Nintendo's cast. She is not only the DistressedDamsel in almost every game, but she's also the signature NeutralFemale. She's so NeutralFemale that until this point, other than being mindlessly perky, her only other emotion was "Help me I've been kidnapped!". Screw UnfortunateImplications, violent mood swings are CharacterDevelopment for her! The idea of Princess Peach using weaponized PMS is hilarious and fitting, given her character history. It only applies to her, though -- if it were Zelda (Nintendo's other signature DistressedDamsel) it'd be another situation entirely. But for someone as [[TheDitz flat and air-headed as Peach, it works.
*** YMMV on that -- Peach's characterization
works. (Although her personality varies from game to game. In the [=RPGs=], including the ''PaperMario'' series, she tends to get characterized as either so pure-hearted it's practically a superpower (for instance, in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', and ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'' -- note that in each of those three games, Peach's pure-heartedness made her essential to the BigBad's plans) and/or strong-willed and perfectly willing to accompany Mario on an adventure if given half a chance (examples including ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' and ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''). Virtually all of the [=RPGs=] depict Peach as being [[TheHighQueen a wise ruler]], and she even tends to [[ContemplateOurNavels wax philosophic]] on occasion (such as at the end of ''[[VideoGame/PaperMario64 Paper Mario]]'' and ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar''), not to mention that she was the only one who knew what was ''actually'' up with the Cobalt Star in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime''. It's only in the main platforming series that Peach tends to be TheDitz, and even then, it's not so much that she's TheDitz as she's, well, [[NeutralFemale just the princess who needs to be rescued]].DependingOnTheWriter).
2nd Mar '13 10:19:34 AM Luigifan
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*** YMMV on that -- Peach's characterization varies from game to game. In the [=RPGs=], including the ''PaperMario'' series, she tends to get characterized as either so pure-hearted it's practically a superpower (for instance, in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', and ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'' -- note that in each of those three games, Peach's pure-heartedness made her essential to the BigBad's plans) and/or strong-willed and perfectly willing to accompany Mario on an adventure if given half a chance (examples including ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' and ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''). Virtually all of the [=RPGs=] depict Peach as being [[TheHighQueen a wise ruler]], and she even tends to [[ContemplateOurNavels wax philosophic]] on occasion (such as at the end of ''[[VideoGame/PaperMario64 Paper Mario]]'' and ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar''), not to mention that she was the only one who knew what was ''actually'' up with the Cobalt Star in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime''. It's only in the main platforming series that Peach tends to be TheDitz, and even then, it's not so much that she's TheDitz as she's, well, just the princess who needs to be rescued.

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*** YMMV on that -- Peach's characterization varies from game to game. In the [=RPGs=], including the ''PaperMario'' series, she tends to get characterized as either so pure-hearted it's practically a superpower (for instance, in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', and ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'' -- note that in each of those three games, Peach's pure-heartedness made her essential to the BigBad's plans) and/or strong-willed and perfectly willing to accompany Mario on an adventure if given half a chance (examples including ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' and ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''). Virtually all of the [=RPGs=] depict Peach as being [[TheHighQueen a wise ruler]], and she even tends to [[ContemplateOurNavels wax philosophic]] on occasion (such as at the end of ''[[VideoGame/PaperMario64 Paper Mario]]'' and ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar''), not to mention that she was the only one who knew what was ''actually'' up with the Cobalt Star in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime''. It's only in the main platforming series that Peach tends to be TheDitz, and even then, it's not so much that she's TheDitz as she's, well, [[NeutralFemale just the princess who needs to be rescued.rescued]].
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