Peach Blossom is a powerful attack that is used by Princess Peach.It first appeared in the Smash Bros. game series.
Super Smash Bros. BrawlPeach Blossom first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as Peach's Final Smash. During the Final Smash, Peach dances around elegantly, putting her opponents to sleep and summoning a rain of peaches as items. Opponents closer to her are dealt with 40% damage while those farthest from her are dealt with 10%.
It does not affect air opponents.
Super Smash Bros. 4
In Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS/Wii U, Peach retains Peach Blossom as her Final Smash, however it has been severly weakened. It now deals 30% damage at most to opponents and they sleep for a much shorter duration as well. Another new negative is that Peach now summons 3 large peaches instead of many smaller ones. They are usually summoned near the opponents, who can easily grab them and regain their health.
On the plus side, Peach Blossom now puts air opponents to sleep.
Peach Blossom is now more heart-themed and no longer plant-themed like it was in Brawl. Peach Blossom now has many different picture variations rather than just 1 like in Brawl.
VariationsSuper Mario Dream. In this anime, however, it is named Peach Hearts Knockout. Unlike it's appearances in the Smash Bros. series, Peach Blossom seems to be a lot more powerful in this anime. In fact, Peach Hearts Knockout is Peach's most ultimate move in Super Mario Dream.
Like in the Smash Bros. series, Princess Peach dances around elegantly and puts her opponents to sleep. However, she does it so much more violently; as she dances, she releases a multitude of pink hearts that explode upon touching Peach's opponent. As the hearts explode onto them, they fall asleep, but in a manner that seems more like they are fainting.
Opponents fallen asleep under Peach Hearts Knockout in the anime are very vulnerable, so Peach uses this move a lot in order to help Mario defeat enemies quickly.