Princess Peach is a character from the Mario series of games, where she is usually being kidnapped by Bowser and subsequently, rescued by Mario. She is the damsel-in-distress and resides in the Mushroom Kingdom as its ruler, where she has many Toads under her reign.
She has appeared in almost every game, with her first appearance being Super Mario Bros. in 1985. Sometimes, she does more and actually supports Mario in the background, and she is usually playable in spinoff titles, as well as starring in her own game, Super Princess Peach.
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