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Poppy Playtime Daisy

In our Poppy Playtime Daisy guide we dive into everything you need to know about the character, from her history and personality to her appearances.

Poppy Playtime's Daisy in between two hands and looking creepy

Poppy Playtime’s Daisy is perhaps one of the more obscure toys in that she isn’t the first one you think of. Actually, she probably doesn’t crack the top five, and that’s because, as of yet, the not-so-delicate flower is yet to make an impact on players. Still, we want to tell you all about Daisy, so here we are to dive into who she is, the role she plays, and what her personality is like.

However, we do understand that Poppy Playtime’s Huggy Wuggy and Poppy Playtime’s Mommy Long Legs are more immediate threats, so maybe deal with them first. Oh, and let’s not forget Poppy Playtime’s Bron, Poppy Playtime’s PJ Pug-a-Pillar, Poppy Playtime’s CatNap, Poppy Playtime’s Kissy Missy, and Poppy Playtime’s DayDog, Poppy Playtime’s Boxy Boo, Poppy Playtime’s Poppy, and who knows what other Poppy Playtime characters are out there. Good luck, you need it.

Anyway, here’s what we can tell you about Poppy Playtime’s Daisy.

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Who is Poppy Playtime’s Daisy?

Not an awful lot is readily available when it comes to Daisy’s history, and that’s likely because Playtime Co. rejected her. Following some tests and performances, the company found that she scares children to the extent that they cry. This is likely due to her appearance, as the toy certainly appears malevolent.

What is Poppy Playtime Daisy’s role in the story?

For a time, she was set to be one of the secondary antagonists in Poppy Playtime Chapter 2, though this never came to pass as Bunzo Bunny serves as the villain in the musical memory game instead.

Poppy Playtime Daisy’s personality

Given Mob Entertainment chose to scrap her appearance in Chapter 2, we don’t know too much about her and, therefore, can’t deduce much about her personality. However, we’d wager that prior to the experiments, she was all rainbows and sunshine, wanting to bring joy to children, even if they feared her. In this day and age, it’s likely that her soul is twisted beyond repair as she likely seeks revenge on those that wronged her.

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Poppy Playtime Daisy’s appearances

Daisy is only present in Chapter 2 through the mention of her rejection form and a plaque in Elliot Ludwig’s office. Who knows, perhaps she’s due to appear in Poppy Playtime Chapter 3 or some later entries.

And that’s everything that you need to know about Poppy Playtime’s Daisy. For some similar spooks, check out our FNAF Freddy, FNAF Puppet, FNAF Roxy, FNAF Foxy, and FNAF Chica guides. We also have an FNAF characters guide, should you want to learn about all the animatronics. Though, for a different kind of terror, take a look at our Dead by Daylight codes, Dead by Daylight killers, and Dead by Daylight characters articles.