Toadette is a character in the Mario series. She is a Toad who first appeared in the Nintendo GameCube video game Mario Kart: Double Dash‼. In the game, she is an unlockable character, with Toad as her male counterpart.
Video Game Appearances
Toadette first appeared in Mario Kart: Double Dash‼ for the GameCube as an unlockable character. In the game, her official partner was Toad, though the player could change this if they desired. Her and Toad use the Golden Mushroom as their special item. Toadette also has an unlockable kart in this game, simply called the Toadette Kart.
She then reappeared in Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, though not as a playable character. Instead, she appears in the Yoshi Park 2 track, as a large paper cutout in the art style of the Yoshi games. She appears in the Trick House section of the course, along with Toad and Toadsworth.
Toadette wouldn't reappear as a playable character in the Mario Kart series until Mario Kart Wii. She can be unlocked by racing in every track in Time Trials, by winning 1,000 WFC races, or by playing 2,550 races. She is a small sized racer, and when she uses a kart or bike it is recolored to be pink and white. She has an off-road bonus, along with a minor speed bonus.
In the guide, it is said that she was very excited to race after Princess Peach gave her permission to race. It is also said that she is Toad's sister, though this is unconfirmed.
Toadette once again appears as a playable character in Mario Kart 8, and she can be randomly unlocked by winning first place in a Grand Prix. She is a lightweight character in this game, and is the Normal Staff Ghost for Toad Harbor. She is the only character from E3 2013 to be locked, and the only character on the loading screen to be locked. She also appears on two of the four "Women of Racing Organization" posters seen in Royal Raceway.
Since Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is a remaster port of Mario Kart 8, Toadette also appears as a playable character in that game. However, in 8 Deluxe, she is unlocked from the start of the game. In this game, she is the 200cc Staff Ghost for Toad's Turnpike.
In Mario Kart Tour, Toadette once again returns as a playable character, and is one of the three possible starting characters, the others being Toad and Peachette. If she is not the starting character, she will be an unlockable. super tier character. Her special item is the Triple Mushrooms. She also has two high-end tier variants, them being Toadette (Explorer) and Toadette (Sailor).
In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Toadette appears whenever Mario discovers a new pair of Boots or a new Hammer. She then hosts a tutorial session and explains to Mario how to use his new ability, and she blushes if Mario uses the item correctly on his first try. During her last tutorial session with Mario, she runs away crying because she won't see him for the rest of his adventure.
After Punio returns to Boggly Woods, Toadette leaves a message on the notice board in Rogueport, in which she says she is wondering where Mario is. If Mario attempts to fix the Happy Lucky Lottery and gets caught, Lucky says that he had to tell Toadette she wouldn't be able to play, and that she burst into tears.
Toadette made her Mario Party debut in Mario Party 6, and as became a recurring character in the series since then. She is an unlockable playable character in this game, and can be unlocked in the Star Bank by paying thirty Power Stars. This game would also finalize her clothing design, with a pink shirt and red vest.
In Mario Part Advance, Toadette is the co-host Party Land, and also hosts Challenge Land and Duel Dash.
Toadette once again appears as a playable character in Mario Party 7. Her default partner is Toad, and they use the Triple Mushroom Orb. This allows her and Toad to roll two dice blocks for three turns.
Toadette is once again playable in Mario Party 8. She is unlocked by default, and her default partner is once again Toad. She is the only playable character in Mario Party 8 to not be in Mario Party 9.
In Mario Party DS, Toadette is not playable but instead is the board host for Toadette's Music Room. Toadsworth is planning on conducting Toadette's music recital, but Hammer Bro. ruins their plans by trashing the music room and many of the instruments. Toadette then enlists Mario and Co. to help her.
She keeps the music stand from her would-be recital in her room, along with two metronomes only Toadsworth knows the secrets of. Toadette also appears a target in the Hot Shots minigame, in which thirty points are deducted if hit. Mario Party DS also says that after Princess Peach heard Toadette play an inspiring music piece, she gave her a set of trumpets. It also says that Peach was touched when she saw how happy Toadette was to have received them.
Toadette once again appears in the Mario Party series for Mario Party 10, and is an unlockable playable character. She is available in all modes except Amiibo Party, and the player unlocks her after purchasing her for 600 Party Points.
Toadette is once again an unlockable playable character in Mario Party: Star Rush, and can be unlocked by reaching level 4. She uses the Cutie Dice Block, which only rolls 3's and 4's. She is the only playable character in this game without an Amiibo, which means that she can not be used in Mario Shuffle. When recruited in Toad Scramble, she makes flowers bloom into coins, like Princess Daisy and Princess Peach.
In Mario Party: The Top 100, Toadette hosts the game, along with Toad. She also hosts the Championship Battles mode. She also appears in the Rocky Road minigame, with her and Toad being the end goal, replacing the Shy Guy from Mario Party 6.
In Super Mario Party, Toadette again hosts the game with Toad, though they also say that they're the judges in the beginning of the game. In this game, Toadette guards the Power Stars, and the player has to pass her to buy stars. When she is talked to in the Party Plaza, she sometimes mentions that she should start playing again.
In Mario Party Superstars, Toadette once again hosts the Star Exchange, along with operating the Friend House.
In Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix, Toadette opens a hotel in World 2-1. However, due to the Music Keys being removed from Truffle Towers, her hotel becomes twisted like a corkscrew. When Mario/Luigi arrive along with Toad, Toadette is mad that they turned her hotel into a corkscrew. At the request of the mad hotel owner, Mario/Luigi, Toad, Toadette, and the hotel guests use the power of dancing to fix the hotel. Once the hotel is fixed, Toadette points the protagonists in the direction of the next Music Key. She then becomes mad, however, due to the heroes leaving before she is finished talking.
At the end of World 2, after retrieving the Music Key, Toadette can be seen waving from the outskirts of her hotel.
Both Toad and Toadette have a small cameo in the beginning of Mario Power Tennis, in which they both appear as a team competing in the tournament. This is shown on the scoreboard.
Toadette makes her playable debut in the Mario Tennis series in Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash. She is an unlockable character, and can be unlocked by either playing 10 Mega Battles or by buying her for 5,000 coins. As with every unlockable character, she becomes starred when unlocked. She is a Tricky type character, though has a below average reach. Her lunge, however, is quick and long-ranged.
Toadette is once again a playable character in Mario Tennis Aces, though unlike her appearance Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, she is a Technical character. Her forward Trick Shot is the "Cutesy Turn", and her sideways trick shot is the "Cheerful Skip". Along with that, her Special Shot is the "Hop Skip Jump". Toadette has a tennis outfit as an alternate costume, which could be obtained by participating in the May 2019 or November 2019 online tournaments, along with Toad's tennis outfit.
Mario Superstar Baseball is Toadette's first playable appearance in a sports game, outside of the Mario Kart series. She is a speed character, and ties with Yoshi as the fastest character in the game. However, she is the worst batter in the game, though she ties with Baby Luigi and Dixie Kong. She also has poor fielding and weak pitching. She has two special abilities, them being the Sliding Catch and the Wall Jump. She starts on Princess Peach's team in Challenge Mode, and is unlocked by completing Challenge Mode as Peach's team. She has good chemistry with Peach, the Toads, and Toadsworth, and has six star missions which must be completed for her to be a star character. Her unique star mission is "Hit a Note Block with a Ball!", for which Toadette must hit a fly ball and hit a Note Block in Peach Garden.
Toadette is yet again playable in Mario Super Sluggers, and is a speed character. She also has the Enlarge ability. Along with that, she has the exact same stats, bat, glove, and ability as Baby Mario. However, their tackle is different. Unlike in Mario Superstar Baseball, her running is not the best in the game, though it is still the best out of the Toads. She has relatively poor, pitching, batting, and fielding. She has good chemistry with Peach, the Toads, Toadsworth, the Nokis, and Birdo, though has bad chemistry with Paragoomba, Goomba, and Bowser.
In challenge mode, she is a part of Princess Peach's team, the Peach Monarchs. The player can recruit Toadette by by going to Peach Ice Garden, and solving a puzzle. The puzzle is hedge in the shape of a Super Mushroom.
To solve the puzzle, the player must rearrange the parts of the hedge so that the Mushroom is not jumbled up. When this is completed, a three way path appears, and allows the player to advance. After this, Toadette insists upon joining the team.
In the Japan-exclusive game Yakuman DS, the player plays riichi mahjong, though it features a variety of Mario characters. One of the opponents in this game is Toadette, who is a four star difficulty opponent.
Toadette makes a small cameo in the opening storybook montage of Super Mario Galaxy. Interestingly, two Toadettes can be seen, though Toadette is an individual character, not a species.
Toadette made her Mario Golf debut as a DLC character in Mario Golf: World Tour. She is a part of the Mushroom Pack and the Season Pass. Her regular driving distance is 198 yards, she has a straight trajectory, and has some of the best Sweet Spot and Control stats. However, she is relatively weak in terms of driving distance. Her star driving distance is 230 yards.
Toadette is an NPC in the Mario Golf: Super Rush Golf Adventure mode. She is a part of the group of rookies composed of the Mii character, Boo, and Chargin' Chuck coming to Bonny Greens so as to improve their golfing skills. She participates in the final tournament in this area, and is never again seen in the Golf Adventure mode.
She became a playable character as a part of the 2.0.0 update, and has a 9/15 stamina stat and a 9/10 speed stat. Her special shot is the Super Pickaxe Stinger, and her special dash is the Turnip-Toss Dash. Unlike Toad, she does not don a new outfit for golfing, aside from her golfing glove.
Toadette appears as a playable character in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, and wears an outfit to make her resemble Captain Toad. This is also the outfit she wears in her Super Smash Bros. Ultimate spirit art.
In the beginning of Episode 1, Toadette is treasure hunting with Captain Toad when Wingo comes and steals the Power Star the pair of Toads had just retrieved. Captain Toad gets knocked over, and Toadette tries to grab it but can not get it out of Wingo's claws. Wingo then flies away, with Toadette still hanging on to the Power Star. Captain Toad then spends almost the entirety of Episode 1 adventuring to Wingo's Watchtower where he then defeats Wingo and saves Toadette, along with the Power Star. The two then jump in a minecart as credits roll.
Episode 2 starts out in a very similar way to Episode 1, however the rolls are switched and Captain Toad is the one Wingo flies off with. Toadette is then played for the entire episode, as she goes to find Captain Toad first at Pryopuff Peak and then the Battle Tower. Once Captain Toad is saved, Wingo appears and takes Toadette and the Power Star yet again.
Episode 3 starts out with with Wingo taunting Captain Toad, showing him the Power Star, along with Toadette. However, when Wingo flies away, he loses Toadette and she sets off to find the Captain. Half of the levels in episode 3 are played by Toadette, and the other half are played by Captain Toad. In the second-to-last level, Toadette retrieves a Power Star, only for Wingo to once again steal Toadette and the Power Star. Captain Toad then has to defeat Wingo again in the last level so as to save Toadette. The two once again ride a minecart as the credits roll. At the end of the credits, Captain Toad sees a Green Power Star fall from the sky, and sets off to take it. Toadette, however, stays in the minecart, confused. This is all a reference to Super Mario 3D World, in which Captain Toad helps the player find Green Power Stars, although Toadette is nowhere to be found in that game.
In the Wii U-exclusive Bonus Episode, Toadette is played during the Mummy-Me chase levels. She also appears at the end of the Mummy-Me Maze Forever level so as to cheer Captain Toad on.
In the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS-exclusive Special Episode, Toadette hunts for Shiny Crowns and the Super Crown along with Captain Toad. Unlike the other chapters, Toadette can only be played in multiplayer. As the chapter goes on, Toadette shows less and less interest in the Shiny Crowns, instead caring about the Super Crown, located on the 30th floor of the Grand Labyrinth. Once the final level is completed, the ending scene from Chapter 1, though the Super Crown is present. Notably, Toadette does not put on the Super Crown to become Peachette in this game.
Toadette makes an appearance in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam as an NPC, and this is the only time she has ever appeared in a Mario & Luigi game. In the game, Toadette crafts a variety of things with the help of the Paper Toads, including the Papercrafts. In the game, she explicitly states that she is the brains of the operation, and that the Paper Toads are simply manual labor. She also creates the Trio Attacks, which she gives to Paper Mario after collecting enough Paper Toads.
Super Mario Maker Series
Toadette appears as a Mystery Mushroom costume in Super Mario Maker, though she is as she appears in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. Her Mystery Mushroom costume could be unlocked by completing the Toadette: Treasure Tracker event course. The sound that plays when Mario transforms in Toadette is the Power-Up transformation sound from Super Mario 3D World, but with a Toadette voice clip. When Toadette, the player can press up on the D-pad to make Toadette hold up a Power Star and look at the screen. Losing a life as Toadette will play the sound that plays when you lose a life in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, and finishing a course will play the sound that plays when you get the final Power Star after defeating Wingo for the final time.
Toadette appears in Super Mario Maker 2 as not only a playable character, but as an NPC in Story Mode. In the Story Mode, she wears a pink hardhat and a belt, and is also referred to as "Chief". Before the Story Mode ends, she goes missing and Mario must rescue her.
In the other modes of the game, she is simply an alternate playable character. Along with this, she also appears in two stamps.
Toadette appears in Super Mario Run as not only as a playable character but also as the ref for Toad Rally. When the player uses her, she is no different than Mario besides the fact that she dies in one hit. Whenever she is played during Toad Rally, Toad is the ref.
Toadette once again appears in Super Mario Odyssey, and once again appears in her outfit from Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. She is also confirmed to be a member of the Toad Brigade, and she can be inside of Princess Peach's Castle in the Mushroom Kingdom, where she gives Mario Power Moons for completing certain achievements. A total of 61 Power Moons can be earned from her quests, which means that the Mushroom Kingdom has more obtainable moons than any other kingdom in Mario Odyssey, with a total of 104.
Toadette appears in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe as a playable character, and is labeled as "Easier" (or "Easy" in British English"). Unlike all of the other characters in the game, she can use the Super Crown to turn into Peachette. In this form, she can float, double jump, and is boosted up whenever she falls into a pit. Toadette, regardless of form, controls underwater as if she had the Penguin Suit on. Along with that, all ? Blocks that would normally hold 1-Up Mushrooms now hold 3-Up Mushrooms, she is resistant to slipping on ice, and starts the level with an extra 100 seconds.
Toadette appears in Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, though only in the Bowser's Fury mode. She appears near Fur Step Island after the player has completed the main story, and asks them to find everyone in the Toad Brigade. Once this is done, Toadette and the Toad Brigade celebrate at the campsite.
Toadette appears as an NPC in Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, and first appears cameoing in the intro. At the end of the Flower "Bud" level, she expresses her worry for Princess Peach after being reunited with Toad. She also makes minor appearances at the beginnings of Guardians of the Oasis and The Gatecrashers. She again appears carrying a treasure chest in The Benefits of Getting Lost. Toadette doesn't appear again until the end of the game.
Toadette makes her Dr. Mario Series debut in Dr. Mario World as an unlockable playable character, though she is referred to as "Dr. Toadette". She can either be unlocked randomly like other playable characters, or alternatively can be unlocked by collecting all of the Clear Stars from World 5 and completing it's special stage. In Stage Mode, Dr. Toadette's skill allows her to change two objects (mainly viruses) into Handy Boxes, though these Skill Boxes cannot generate Skill Chargers, though Pop Cannons, Electric Exploders, and Rotating Cannons can only be spawned when they are first introduced.
In Versus Mode, her skill hides opponents viruses in clouds. The amount of viruses depends on the level.
Toadette is a playable character in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, though can only be used in the 110m Hurdles.
Toadette makes a very small cameo in the Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker microgame, as she is seen when the game is played in co-op mode.
Toadette made her Super Smash Bros. debut in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as a trophy and as two stickers. Her trophy description is as follows:
"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."
"This lady made her debut in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Since then, she's shown up to help in several other games. She loves animals and listening to music, and she's quite good at sports. She's also shown herself to be helpful in explaining Mario's weapons. There is definitely more to Toadette than there seems to be."
Toadette appears as a Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, though in her Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker outfit. She is a Master spirit, and can be encountered in the World of Light. In her spirit battle, the player must defeat a Mii Brawler and a female Villager on the battlefield form of Great Cave Offensive. The Mii Brawler is wearing a Toad hat and vest.
After the battle is won, Toadette will host the ruins, one of the locations in the explore activity, in which spirits can embark on a two-hour search for treasure. When the search is over, the player is often granted spirit points.
Appearances in Other Media
Toadette has made very brief appearances in the Super Nintendo World theme park trailer, and can also be seen in the Super Mario-kun comics.
Toadette has a fair skin tone like Toad. She wears a pink dress-shirt with a thin white line near the bottom. Her eyes are small, dark and oval-shaped. Toadette has a pink cap with white spots and two pink braids. Underneath, she wears white pants and brown padded shoes.
Not much is known about Toadette's personality, but it is shown that she is caring, helpful, stubborn, and polite. She is willing to help out her friends if needed, as shown in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door where she helped Mario. She is also fun-loving and acts in a cute manner.
- Toadette, excluding the Paper Mario series, is the only Toad that identifies as female.
- She is one of four characters that first appeared in the Mario Kart series before other Mario spin-offs.
- She is the only main Mario character to not have her own amiibo and the only other character besides Bowser Jr. to not have their amiibo from the Super Mario series.
|Main characters||Mario • Luigi • Princess Peach • Toad • Yoshi • Bowser • Bowser Jr. • Rosalina • Waluigi • Princess Daisy • Toadette • Wario • Donkey Kong • Diddy Kong|
|Supporting characters||Wanda • Pauline • Professor E. Gadd • Toadsworth • Captain Toad • Birdo • Nabbit • Cappy|
|Enemies||Koopalings (Larry Koopa / Morton Koopa Jr. / Lemmy Koopa / Wendy O. Koopa / Iggy Koopa / Roy Koopa / Ludwig von Koopa) • Fawful • Kammy Koopa • Dimentio • Antasma • Kamek • King Boo • Petey Piranha • Tatanga • Wart • Foreman Spike|
|Major allies||Princess Daisy • Baby Mario • Baby Luigi • Toadsworth • Professor E. Gadd • Rosalina • Diddy Kong • Captain Toad • Toadette • Cappy • Raphael the Raven • Baby Peach • Polari • Prince Peasley • Stuffwell • Starlow • Prince Dreambert • Geno • Mallow • Lubba • Goombario • Kooper • Bombette • Parakarry • Bow • Watt • Sushie • Lakilester • Goombella • Koops • Flurrie • Yoshi Kid • Vivian • Admiral Bobbery • Ms. Mowz • Tippi • Twink • Professor Frankly • Merlon • Kersti • Huey • Olivia • Rabbid Peach • Rabbid Luigi • Rabbid Mario • Rabbid Yoshi • Beep-0|
|Minor allies||Bob-omb Buddy • Cragnon • Dolphin • Luma • Noki • Pianta • Puni • Toad|