Top 50 Best Mario Characters Most Famous P3

11. Donkey Kong
First seen in Donkey Kong (1981)

Today, we know DK as a friendly, strong-willed gorilla who hangs out with the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom’s heroes.

But that’s not always the case.

The original DK was just as bad as Bowser, kidnapping women and generally disrupting the peace.

Fortunately, he turned a new leaf to become one of the main heroes of the franchise.

This Kong is always ready to use his massive power to protect his friends – and his banana store – from any wrongdoers.

12. Diddy Kong
First seen in Donkey Kong Country (1994)

Although originally created by Rare Ltd., the success of games like Donkey Kong Country and Diddy Kong Racing has cemented DK’s grandson as one of the most popular and recognizable monkeys in the Marioverse.

He is the epitome of young energy, always looking for the next adventure and ready to take the lead when needed.

Perhaps it was these brave tendencies that helped him get a girlfriend – Dixie Kong.

In a way, you could say Donkey Kong Country is more Diddy’s game than DK’s.

After all, Diddy was playable in every game, while DK was only there half the time.

Also, if you’ve ever played DKC1, I think you know Diddy cleans up.

13. Pauline
First seen in Donkey Kong (1981)

Pauline was the first person to be abducted by Donkey Kong in the 1981 arcade classic.

Despite being off the face of the earth for several years after being replaced by the forcible Princess Peach, Pauline was able to slowly return to fit when appearing in games like Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem and Super Mario Odyssey.

14. Ut
First seen in Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)

Regardless of size, gender or social status, Boos share the same basic characteristics.

They are round, floating, and will usually disappear whenever someone looks directly at them.

You might think of this as some kind of intimidation tactic. But they are very shy – almost like they are naughty and, at times, sadistic.

Strange for a ghost, isn’t it?

You will find Boos anywhere there are people. They are extremely common in most Mario games.

Even the royal palace of the Mushroom Kingdom is not exempt, as anyone who has visited the basement in SM64 can attest to it.

15. Palace maiden
First seen in Paper Mario (2000)

My favorite Boo in particular for so many years Mario has to be Lady Bow, a feminine yet powerful ghost like her with a kind heart.

We meet her as the potentially evil leader of a Boos gang in Boo’s Mansion, but she joins Mario on his quest as an influential member of the group.

Her design is simple – a Boo with ribbons.

However, her facial expressions and stellar character development make her one of the game’s most captivating and memorable characters.

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