Female protagonists are usually younger than their male counterparts and Peach looks younger than them also. I'd think there's no more than a 2-year age difference between them so it's not significant anyway.Dr. Alphys said:
Mario as a series is pretty much based on cliché and archetypes, not that there's anything wrong with it.Dr. Alphys said:Well, a cliché is not the same as definite proof, so I don't see how she HAS to be younger than Mario.
Plus, you have to consider she's a princess, so she's probably dolled up and plastered with make-up every time she appears. She could easily be five years older than Mario, we wouldn't know.
This is the first time I've ever heard of that.superlumiella said:Also, we have to take note Peach use to be very young (possibly a child) in her first appearance until they aged her up
This looks older and she looks like a kid hereDr. Alphys said:This is the first time I've ever heard of that.superlumiella said:Also, we have to take note Peach use to be very young (possibly a child) in her first appearance until they aged her up
This is artwork associated with Peach from her debut appearance in Super Mario Bros.. I don't really get "child" out of that. That seems to be the face of a grown woman.
Where is your information coming from?
Funnily enough, in the Italian version of TTYD, Flurrie is described as being a goddess of the wind, while the Shadow Queen is described as a witch (although there might be an explanation for this latter difference)...The King of all Mario RPGS said:Flurrie: 100
Shadow Queen: 1100
I don't know, I mean, I feel like Mario's voice is getting higher (in pitch) in new games (except Smash Bros.), specially in 3D World. I still can't believe Mario is ~25 years.mettyton said:so i'm just gonna jump in and say that we could potentially estimate how old characters are by their appearances in games and their voice clips