Four Girls Trapped in an Elevator
Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus: Well, with Peach, Daisy, Rosalina, Toadette, and Birdo all appearing together in Mario Kart Wii in addition to the baby versions of the former two and Mii, I've decided to take the liberty to write something that I found quite humorous, if I do say so myself. And thus, all I have to say is read and enjoy as these three human girls and one humanoid girl become trapped in an elevator with each other, ladies and gentlemen!
Update: Yeah, I gave this two new chapters because even though I got tired of seeing this being popular, I wanted to use this as a chance to revitalize the story. And by that, I mean making use of Birdo and downplaying Rosalina. Because screw Rosalina, no one actually likes her at all.
Disclaimer: Princess Peach Toadstool, Princess Daisy, Princess Rosalina, Toadette, and Birdo all belong to Nintendo.
It was your typical, peaceful day in the Mushroom Kingdom, and of course, this being a random fanfic made by a certain author who likes anything Nintendo, there was an elevator in Princess Peach's Castle. Now, for some reason, this elevator came with the castle, but was never ever used, not even on the castle's opening day. And the reason? Because it appears to be a cursed elevator... and today would prove this very thing.
But first...what is Birdo up to?
Birdo groaned as she was at the Peach Gardens, taking a stroll around the wide open garden as she had her arms folded together, shaking her head.
"Darn it... where is that secret entrance to the castle?" Birdo remarked as she was in the middle of the hedge maze. "I don't want to go through all those Toads inside... I got a special cake baked for the gals, but I can't let the guys ruin it..."
It was then that one of the giant black Chain Chomps spotted the pink feminine dinosaur, chasing her around the Peach Gardens as two more Chain Chomps joined in on the chase.
Now, back with our four, soon to be unlucky heroines...
Princess Peach Toadstool, the young and pretty blonde, pink clad human ruler of the entire Mushroom Kingdom, was bored of chatting with the various Toads, and she entered into the elevator, whistling merrily to herself. It was then that the tomboyish Princess Daisy entered into the elevator after dancing around with Luigi.
"So, pretty decent day you had?" Peach asked as the door closed shut, and the elevator went up one floor.
Daisy nodded. "Yeah. I'm glad I don't have to dance with Luigi again, though. It was brutal." She let out a sigh of relief as the door opened again, the elevator stopping.
Princess Rosalina, visiting the castle to see Mario, entered in with a yellow-colored Luma following right behind her. The door shut close, and the elevator went up again.
"So, you too, huh?" Peach asked as she brushed through her blonde hair with her right hand.
Rosalina turned around and glanced at both Peach and Daisy, nodding. "Yeah. I never knew that Mario had so many interesting things to talk about." She giggled. "He's quite the man, isn't he?"
Peach and Daisy giggled in unison with Rosalina as the elevator stopped again, the door opening. Toadette entered, waving hello to the other three princesses. The door closed, and the elevator resumed going up.
"Well, this is a pleasant surprise," Toadette friendly greeted as she stepped in between Peach, Daisy, and Rosalina, looking upwards at them, smiling widely. "It sure is great to be in an elevator with other three girls."
"I know, right?" Daisy responded as she held her hands together.
Toadette nodded as she wrapped her arms around the back of her big, pink mushroom cap. "Totally, girlfriend!"
As the four girls started chatting among each other, the elevator passed the stops the girls were suppose to get off. It was a few minutes later that the elevator came to a sudden halt, shocking the four girls.
"The elevator... it stopped!" Peach gasped as she tried to open the door from the inside, but with no luck.
Daisy, Rosalina, and Toadette all gave each other nervous glances as they realized shortly that they were all trapped within the elevator, which was now in the top of the castle.