|Living Town|| Mushroom Kingdom|
|Class||Mother of the Lumas|
|Main Weapon(s)|| Magic |
Ice In Mario Kart 7
Rosalina is the adopted mother of star-shaped creatures called Lumas. She resides in the Comet Observatory. Not much is known about her or her past, ever since she met Mario. Her duty is to protect the universe as well as the Lumas. She made her debut in Super Mario Galaxy, and her first role as the main character was in Rosalina and the Cosmic Spirit.
Rosalina has been confirmed as a playable character in Mario Guitar World but it is unknown how she is unlocked.
Rosalina made a surprise appearance as an unlockable playable character in the game Mario Dream Dancing for the Nintendo Wii. She is unlocked once the player successfully beats her to a dance-off in the Orbital Station in the Challenge Mode. A generic Luma also orbits around her.
Rosalina is one of the confirmed characters for the upcoming Wii platformer Nintendo Princesses. Whether she is a playable character is currently unknown however she was seen with the other confirmed playable characters.
Rosalina is a player on the Peach Royals team on the multiplayer Wii sports game Mario Rugby League. She is the strongest character on her team but also the slowest. She has the ability to shield herself with a Luma to prevent tackling.
Rosalina appears in every game in the Mario Singalong! Series. She first appears in Mario Singalong Superstar!, then in a full country attire Mario Singalong Country!, subsequently as a member of the girls team in Mario Singalong Boys vs Girls!, recently in Mario Singalong Disney! where she becomes friends with Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck and she appears in Mario Singalong Rocks!, Mario Singalong Down Under! and Mario Singalong Legends!
Rosalina appears in the anime, working as a researcher for Renan and the other experiments. She also appears as a costume in Sunshine the Espeon's wardrobe.
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Rosalina appears in Super Girls. The game bio describes her as being a "very pretty woman", though with a score of 31, she ties with Princess Peach and Princess Daisy for 4th place.
Rosalina is one of the playable characters from Star Hedgehog: Adventurous Team. She wears her Mario Kart biker suit which has a balloon suit addon installed. This makes her much stronger than the rest of the characters. She can also use powerups, which allow her to reach these forms:
- Fire Flower: Ice Rosalina
- Super Leaf: Hot Air Rosalina
- Hammer Suit: Boomerang Rosalina
- Frog Suit: Mermaid Rosalina
- Propeller Mushroom: Propeller Rosalina
- Blue Shell: P-Floatie Rider Rosalina
- Chaos Emeralds: Shooting Star Queen
Rosalina becomes a default playable character (For the first time in a Mario Kart fan game) in P-Floatie Racers. She's a mid-heavy character. Her P-Floatie is turquoise and has a Grand Star as its decal (Much like she had in other Mario Kart-games). She also has her own track named Rosalina's Artic Sea, which seems to be made after Rosalina's Ice World from Mario Kart 7.
Rosalina is an unlockable playable character in Super Mario 3D Land: Fun with Friends. The player has to defeat Dry Bowser at Special 1-Castle to unlock her. She can use the Star Spin and is stronger than Peach.
Rosalina is a playable character in Super Princess Peach: Wardrobe Warriors. She uses the gymnast leotard from Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Though it has been modified to match her character). She can use her ribbon as a whip, a propeller and even as a grappling hook.
Rosalina is the main protagonist (and only playable character) in Rosalina and the Cosmic Spirit. The game, being a prequel to Super Mario Galaxy, follows her exploits to defeat a mysterious evil known as the Cosmic Spirit.
Rosalina is a playable character in Super Mario Super Land. Her abilities include striking enemies with stars that surround her and floating for short periods of time. Like the other characters in the game, she has her own unique powers for many of the power-ups. In the game's story, she helps Mario, Daisy and Toadette rescue Luigi and Peach, defeat the Koopalings, conquer the Big Bosses of the Koopa Klan, fight off Wario and Waluigi and crush Bowser once again. In the game's secret world, a dark version of her called Nega Rosalina appears at the end of the secret world as the game's Super Boss (stronger and harder than the final boss, Bowser).
In Lets-a-go, Mario, she is found in Extraterrestrial area. In stage 8-5, she is being attacked by an Asteritu. Once saved from his meteor throwing wrath, she joins the crew on their quest to save Princess Peach. She can send Lumas to bring in platforms. She is the second highest jumper in the game, after Luigi. She can also perform a slash with her wand and that slash also summons a projectile that can defeat most enemies and deals considerable damage to many bosses. Despite all of this, however, she is unable to stomp on enemies; not even the wimpy Goombas.
It is of note that Rosalina hovers above ground instead of walking - however, she cannot fly.
Rosalina makes an appearance in Super Mario 99, but has a very different purpose. Rosalina guards the Great Star Temple, where the Star Staff lies. She opens up the final Starfall Realm, too. When Mario first talks to her, a lot is discovered about the Star Staff. She also has yellow clothes on instead of blue.
Rosalina becomes the single playable character of Galactic Defender Rosalina. As the Mushroom Planet got caged by Bowser, Rosalina must reform the Rainbow Grand Star in order to break the barrier. She's aided by her Lumas, specially a turquoise one named Mapi
Rosalina is the third playable character, she is unlocked during Chapter 4, after discover which Mario was captured by Bowser. She decided to help Peach, Daisy and Vivian on their journey.