If the player collects all 120 Power Stars, Rosalina thanks the player, and tells them that she watches over them from beyond the stars.
Rosalina then declares that she and the Lumas are her family now, and goes back to her home planet every once in one hundred years.
During one of her centennial visits to the Mushroom Kingdom, the Comet Observatory is attacked by Bowser, who steals the observatory's Power Stars and Grand Stars.
Rosalina appears during the ending sequence of Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Lubba reveals at this time that he and Rosalina had met before, but the details of their meeting remain unknown.
Once Mario/Luigi collects the first Grand Star, she explains to him that Bowser stole the Power Stars and requests that he help get them back.
As more Power Stars are returned, she appears in the library, where she reads her storybook to Mario/Luigi and some Lumas.Rosalina returns in her second Mario Kart game appearance in Mario Kart 7 for the Nintendo 3DS.This is the first time that Rosalina appears on a handheld game.She can be unlocked by winning first place with at least a 1 Star Rank in all Mirror Grand Prix Cups, having a Super Mario Galaxy save file and play 50 races, or playing 4,950 races.Rosalina rides in Large vehicles, and is the first female character to ever be in this class due to her tall height.In Mario Kart Wii, a Luma orbits around Rosalina and occasionally squeals or giggles when the player performs an aerial trick. Like Peach and Daisy, Rosalina appears in a biker suit while racing on any of the bikes, only that the color scheme is different to the overall color scheme of her main dress.