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|Location|| Mushroom Kingdom|
|Family and Relations|
|Main Weapon(s)||Birdo Eggs|
|First Appearance||Super Mario Bros. 2|
Birdo is a member of the Birdo clan who first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 2 as a resident of Subcon and a lackey of Wart. Since then, however, she has turned good and moved to the Mushroom Kingdom in the hopes of starting fresh. She is often teamed up with Yoshi in various sports games and otherwise, and the two are rumored to be in a romantic relationship.
Birdo is very determined and confident in all aspects of her life. She is also very feminine, often doing girlish poses to show her elegance, and she often uses this to her advantage. Relationships and crushes are a big part of her life, as evidenced by previous relationships with the Beanbean thief Popple, and she is always looking for love, being very flirtatious.
Birdo is a new playable character in Super Smash Bros. Blue Heat. She has the ability to shoot pink eggs out of her mouth and she can also propel herself in the air. In the game's Story Mode, she aligns herself with Yoshi, Mario and Peach.
Birdo is confirmed to appear in Super Mario Legends: Saga of Evil, as evident of new official artwork. It is unknown what her role is however.
Birdo is a playable character in Mario's Batter-Up Baseball. Here are her stats:
- Team name: Birdo Bows
- Alternative colorations: None
- Speed: 6/10
- Batting: 7/10
- Pitching: 7/10
- Fielding: 10/10
- Good chemistry with: Yoshi, Shy Guy, Petey Piranha, Wiggler, Snifit, Gearmo, Daisy, Pink Mii
In Mario Guitar World, it has been confirmed that Birdo will be the 3rd boss in story mode on Pro. If she is beaten, Birdo will be unlocked as well as other features.
Birdo is a player on the Yoshi Eggs team on the multi-player Wii sports game Mario Rugby League. She is a strong and speedy character with poor skill. Her special skill is to swallow the ball and shoot it forward, this is a pass only. You can pass her to players at the other end of the field.
Birdo make her debut in the Mario Singalong! Series in Mario Singalong Boys vs Girls! where she is a member of the girls team(She is a girl in the games she appeared). She reappears in Mario Singalong Disney! in place of Toadsworth. She has appeared in Mario Singalong Rocks! and Mario Singalong Down Under!
Birdo appears in Eevee's Story in Pikachu's Final Destiny 2 as a supporting character. She tells Eevee about Jigglypuff has stolen her purple dress when she is walking in the woods. After you find her dress, she will give Eevee a Big Red Bow.
Birdo appears in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! 3 as a default medium-weight driver. Her partner is Yoshi, and her returning special item is the Birdo Egg.
Believe it or not, Birdo does make an appearance in Super Girls. She is an unlockable character, and holds an overall score of 21, which is the worst score out of all the contestants. However, the bias of Yoshi and Petey Piranha can help her.
Birdo is a NPC in this game. She is only seen in Yoshi's Island in a cutscene with a pink Baby Birdo, but her species is seen as an enemy that launches eggs out of its mouth. Birdo barely has an appearance in this game, but her species has multiple appearances.
In this game Birdo appears as a starter character and a captain, but the other colours are unlockable.
Birdo appears in many spin-offs. She appears in Mario Kartaggedon, NSMK, Mario Party DS '07, Mario Hoops Clash, Super Smash Bros. Evolution, Super Smash Bros. DS: Rise of the Defeated, and Super Mario Wave Rider, in these games, she is usually in the middle of all abilities.
In this game Birdo is a starter character that is teamed up with Yoshi. And is on the front cover. Her Kart is the Birdo Kart.
In this game Birdo is a starter character with a lot of others. Herself, Toadette, Rosalina and Green Birdo and Black Birdo are rarely ever starting characters.
Birdo makes her first Paper Mario appearance in Paper Mario: The Sage's Quest. In this game she is battled in Juniper Jungle. She expresses frustration as she was kicked out of Juniper Village because they were suspicious of her being linked to Bowser. After the battle, she stubbornly says she wont budge until she can go back to Juniper Village. Mario must then talk to Yoshi and explain the situation. Yoshi allows Birdo back into the village, and Mario continues into Juniper Valley. Strangely, this Birdo is supposed to be the character Birdo, yet she lacks the ring she usually sports.
Birdo appears in this story as one of the protagonists. Birdo's initial appearance was the first chapter, where she, alongside Yoshi and Toad, tagged along with Mario and Luigi in order to save Princess Peach, who had gotten herself kidnapped by Bowser again. In the eleventh chapter, Birdo, after the heroes split into groups, tagged along with Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong (who were soon followed by a reluctant Cranky Kong) at Iggy Koopa's castle in hopes of obtaining one of the eight mystical Purity Stars, which were needed in order to combat the destructive power of the Chaos Star and save the universe from destruction.
Despite coming to her rescue in the first chapter, it's been shown throughout the story that Birdo harbors a severe, one-sided grudge Princess Peach, often claiming that Bowser's frequent kidnappings of the latter were staged, and that the two of them have something going on behind the scenes. Birdo's dislike of the Princess also stems from the events of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, where she ended up losing her voice to Cackletta and Fawful due to apparently being forced to pose as Princess Peach.
Birdo appears in this crossover game as a Gym Leader who specializes in cute Normal-type Pokémon. She is found in the second gym's door, but she only accepts a challenge from trainers who have the "Egg Power". The player have to go to the next gym, defeat Yoshi and get the Egg Badge. Then, Yoshi says that the player have the "Egg Power". Now, the player can back to challenge Birdo. After being defeated, she'll give the Ribbon Badge, $3,500.00 and TM10 (Hidden Power) as prizes. Also, she gives a hint about the Royal 4: "Do not understimate cute Pokémon. They can be really strong. As everyone knows, the three ladies from Royal 4 use pretty Pokémon, so do not judge a book by its cover...". If the player talks to her again, she'll give a Lucky Egg. If the player uses one of certain amiibo, she will give $4,200.00 instead of usual $3,500.00.