Toadette is a female Toad. She has the same size of Toad, but there are some differences: her mushroom hat is pink with white spots and long round tails, her eyes are oval and black, her mouth is always smiling, and she wears a pink dress.
In this form, she highly resembles Princess Peach. However, there are differences, notably her different dress, Toad cap-like crown, gray pupils, hairtails, and Toad-like shoes. Her Peach-like form makes a debut in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.
Mario Kart series
Toadette was first introduced in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and is Toad's partner. She looks similar to Toad, but is pink, has white spots on her head, is feminine, and has long pink braids. She also has a higher-pitched voice.
She is also in Mario Kart Wii. Like Toad, her special item in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! is the Golden Mushroom. She is very light and can be punched aside easily, but her karts and bikes are exceptionally fast and have good handling.
also appeared in Mario Kart 8. Toadette is featured as a lightweight character and can be unlocked by the following conditions:
- In Mario Kart: Double Dash!!: Win the 100cc Special Cup.
- In Mario Kart Wii: Play Time Trial on all 32 courses at least once.
- In Mario Kart 8: Winning a random Grand Prix.
Super Smash Bros. series
She appears as a trophy and stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
|173||Toadette|| GCN Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (First appearance)|
GCN Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
|"A girl who's adored as a star among the Toads. She looks much like other Toads, but her pink head and mushroom-themed accessories lend her an undeniable charm. She first appeared as a hidden character in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! With the Golden Mushroom, she could perform consecutive boosts to pull ahead of the field."|
In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door she taught Mario how to use abilities that he finds in certain treasure chests. She was sad that she wouldn't see Mario again after the last chest.
Mario Party Series
Toadette made her first Mario Party appearance in Mario Party 6. She later appeared in Mario Party 7 and Mario Party 8 as a playable character, but was a host in Mario Party Advance and Mario Party DS. In Mario Party 6, she is an unlockable character bought from the star bank, but in the rest of the series, she has been a starter character.
Toadette has become a recurring character in the Mario Party series. In Mario Party 6, Toadette can be unlocked by paying the Star Bank thirty Stars. In the sequels, Mario Party 7 and Mario Party 8, she does
not need to be unlocked. In Mario Party 7, Toad and Toadette share the same special orb, the Triple 'Shroom Orb, which allows the player to roll two dice blocks for three turns.
Toadette also appears as a co-host in Mario Party Advance. Mario Party 9 is the first game since her introduction into the series in which she does not appear in any capacity.
In Super Mario Party, Toadette appears as a co-host. She hosts for Stars, after a player gains a Star, Toadette moves to another space. If the player refuse to gain the Star for the first time, she is shocked and assumes that the player does not need it; she asks why the player does not want the Star. If the player refuses for the second time, Toadette says that she hopes the player does not regret it. If the player refuses again, Toadette allows the player to pass. In her mind, she thinks the player is "weird" or using a "strange strategy".
In Mario Party DS, Toadette is one of the five board owners, owning the board Toadette's Music Room. Mario and the gang needed to help Toadette. In the game, Toadette was planning a music recital with Toadsworth's help, but then, a rogue Hammer Bro. began destroying all of her instruments. When Mario and the gang defeat the Hammer Bro., Toadette thanked them and then gave them the second Sky Crystal.
Toadette appears in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, starting off as the damsel-in-distress and being kidnapped by Wingo. Upon rescuing her at the end of Episode 1, she becomes playable in Episode 2 and later parts of the game.
Toadette appears as a major character in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam. In this game, she assists Mario, Luigi, and Paper Mario by constructing papercrafts to fight against enemy papercrafts. This is her first appearance in a Mario & Luigi game. There is many cutscenes with her, the protagonists and other characters.
In Super Mario Run, Toadette is the referee of the Toad Rally and in addition, she is a playable character.
In addition to her sweet appearance, Toadette is usually portrayed as being a happy and sensitive person.
She is shown to be very emotional as shown in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, when she was saddened when Punio stopped visiting the Rogueport Sewers. If players change the GameCube clock time, Lucky who runs the lottery, says the lottery numbers are screwed up because of the clock change. When he tells Toadette, she cried her little eyes out. The final time this was shown was when the final tutorial session is finished, Toadette runs off crying knowing that she would not see Mario for the rest of the game.
In Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix, Toadette is shown to be very pushy, because she forced Mario and Toad to fix her hotel. In Mario Super Sluggers, Toadette was shown to be very determined and stubborn when she claimed that the team needed her and she would not take no for an answer.
Toadette and Mario are shown to be good friends. Toadette provides help, assistance and activities to him. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, she speaks to him with hearts often in her speech bubbles, and whenever she leaves she expresses concern for his safety.
Toadette's introduction as Toad's partner has been usual since Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. In Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, an image of Toad and Toadette both holding flowers can be seen in Yoshi Park 2. The ending photo in Mario Kart Wii shows the two Toads holding hands with each other. The opening of Super Mario Galaxy shows the two of them sitting in the grassy plain watching the shooting stars.
- Unlike most Toads who have colored spots, Toadette has white spots.
- Yoshi and Toadette are tied as the fastest runners.
- With her set appearance in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, Toadette is the first character in the series to go from debuting in a spin-off (Mario Kart: Double Dash!!) to eventully becoming playable in a main series game.