Question from Mario_sonic_man

Why do you think blue and yellow toad went with mario and luigi?

I know nintendo wanted to make a 4-player game but in story wise why do you think they went with them?

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A_nonymosity answered:

There aren't any characters that are purely blue and yellow.
As for Daisy, she's like Luigi's counterpart to Mario's Peach, correct? Wouldn't that be slightly iffy if Daisy went with Mario and Luigi to rescue her cousin?

Also, some games use a sort of standard red, blue, green, yellow coloring to differentiate the 4 players and so the Toads may simply be filler characters.
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SmokeRulz answered:

They went because they wanted to help rescue her. It's really not more intricate than that! They're in the game to make it 4-player, and the Princess got kidnapped again, so let's rush out and rescue her!
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Sindarin8 answered:

Well, why not use Daisy and one Toad instead of two toads?

Fun fact: Toads are called Kinopio in Japanese.
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megamachopop answered:

They were the easiest to change to make similar to Mario and Luigi's models, as well as they're the ones that would want to help save the princess. It was the probably a smart move to make, as they wanted everyone to play the same.
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eskimobob1234 answered:

I think it's because toads have literally NEVER seen the action. and suppose the colors are because red is already taken, and green was never invented. so yellow and blure were the next best colors! :)
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trickster2599 answered:

Why not use waluigi and wario? Or daisy, rosalina,
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Lagunathemoron answered:

According to Nintendo, the animations on Princess Peach and Daisy's dresses would have been too difficult to program. They also figured Wario would need a fart attack and WaLuigi would be too tall. By having Toads, they were able to make just one extra character and clone him to make a second. Also, they share similar models to Mario and Luigi. And Nintendo might use them to fill up two extra slots in the new Mario Kart/Party/Tennis games, so you never know.
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