Toadette is Toad's female counterpart; she appears as a playable character in various Mario spin-off games, such as those in the Mario Party and Mario Kart series. She first appeared as Toad's partner in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! as a character, and later appeared in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door as an instructor when Mario receives upgraded boots and hammers. Since Mario Party 6, she has regularly appeared in the Mario Party series as a playable character, with the exception of the handheld games, where she acts as a non-player character.
Other playable appearances include Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Kart Wii; in both games, she must be unlocked. She appeared in Dance Dance Revolution Mario Mix as the owner of a hotel Mario and Toad must rebuild. She has made a cameo appearance in the introduction of Super Mario Galaxy. She was voiced by Jen Taylor in most of her appearances; however, in Mario Party 8, Mario Kart Wii, and Mario Super Sluggers, she was voiced by Samantha Kelly. She was also in Mario Party DS as a non- playable character who needs help to get rid of a Hammer Bro. that has been beating up her musical instruments with his hammer in her music room. Also in this game are items you can collect. Toadette has a number of musical items, such as her trumpets. It is stated that once Peach heard Toadette play an inspiring music piece, she gave these trumpets to Toadette. Toadette was very happy to receive them, and Peach was touched that Toadette was touched.
Toadette is a mushroom person. She has the regular mushroom head, except hers is pink with white spots, contrary to the usual white with colered spots. She has a magenta vest lined with gold over her lighter pink dress. She wears white bottoms and brown, padded shoes. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Mario Kart: Double Dash!! she is depicted as wearing an orange dress. In most games, she has pink, balled "braids" that look like her mushroom head. In Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, however, she is seen having actual hair in real braids.
The relationship between her and Toad is still unclear. Their team name in Mario Party 6 indicates that they're good friends. The official Mario Kart Wii guide from Prima names her as Toad's sister. Additionally, the two Toads can be seen holding hands on the ending-screen of Mario Kart Wii, while she winks to the camera. This suggests that there is a romantic interest or even a relationship between them.
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