Countless symbols occur and reoccur within the installments of Dark Parables. This page is dedicated to gathering clear photos of them for reference and examination.
Emblems are arranged by the installment they appear in; Installments are arranged chronologically by release date.
- Blue Tea Games Logo: a cup of blue tea on parchment, which couldn't be more simplistic or fitting.
- Dark Parables Logo: changes in appearance every game. The details the title is shrouded in directly correlate to the content of the installment. The only component that remains the same besides the font is a single red feather. The meaning behind the feather is unknown.
Princess Briar Rose is constantly associated with astral/lunar symbolism in every game she appears in. A small moonstone can even be seen in the credits section (where items with significant plot ties are always placed). The reasoning behind this relation is unknown, but it is most likely inspired by one of the first tellings of Sleeping Beauty, in which she gives birth to two children during her slumber. She later names these children 'Sun' and 'Moon'. She is also heavily associated with roses because of her name.
- Moon Emblem: a small golden relic, circular in form. Both a sun and crescent moon appear on its surface.
- Sun Emblem: originally found in halves, this artifact comes together to create a golden disc with reliefs of the sun's rays.
- Star Emblem: Found at the foot of the Unnamed Prince's tomb. Note that it is not removable, only decorative.
The symbolism in The Exiled Prince is extremely predictable, but still just as beautiful and ornate in looks as the other emblems.
- Dragonfly and Bug Seals: two symbols that fit into the slots on the frog statue on Exiled Prince Road.
- Rose Emblem: a blue disc with a metallic rose inlay that opens the first door seen in the underground.
- Leaf Compact: a tiny, round box with leaves set in a resined-like manner on the cover.
- Tree Disc: pictures a gold tree sprawled over it's black exterior.
Similar to Curse of Briar Rose, many astral symbols pop up in this game as well. Snow White's castle is full of entrancing galaxy motifs, making these emblems a perfect reflection of the kingdom's ornamentation.
- Gwyn's Silver Pendant: a vibrantly decorated locket with an image of an ailing Gwyn and his mother on the inside, beside an inscription. This item is also sneakily placed in the credits section of the game, along with a shard from the False Mirror.
- Moon Insignia: quite similar to the Moon Emblem from Curse of Briar Rose. It contains a blue moon and a yellow sun.
- Star Insignia: twin to the Moon insignia, this has a blue, five pointed star on it.
- Sisters' Coat of Arms: the Order of the Red Riding Hood Sisters' symbol, which includes the iconic red cloak, bow, and arrow. Below it, the credo "To train. To protect. To honor." occasionally appears. This symbol surfaces all over the Sisters' treetop headquarters, and is even seen on Ruth's uniform.
- Mist Kingdom coat of arms: depicts a trophy/chalice, adorned with a jeweled king's crown (which matches King Audon IV's)
- Wolf King Symbol: appears on parchment posted in the bonus game The Boy Who Cried Wolf. It fittingly pictures an intimidating wolf.
- Goddess Flora/Guardians Symbol: features a multicolored tree, one half full of leaves, the other half bare. At the foot of the tree are two flowers (one purple, one red), and a pair of green leaves.
- Floralia Coat of Arms: centers around a small sword/dagger, ornamented with a golden king's crown.
- Rapunzel/Belladonna's Symbol: a beautiful illustration of the infamous tower Belladonna was forcibly confined in for most of her cognizant life.
- Fiery Rosa Symbol: very literal, as it's only component is a rose in flames. Besides the lion, it's the most popular representation of Ross Red and his magical abilities.
- Ross Red's Emblems: the first being two roses encircled in wreathes, and the second a lion's head.
- Prasino Coat of Arms: an eagle standing guard, encircled in five roses (most probably representing the royal daughters). Above the eagle's head, a king's crown hovers. At the center of the crest is a six pointed star, below it an illegible credo is engraved.
- Kokkino Coat of Arms: two silver swords crossing one another to form an 'x', behind their mingling a shield divided into quarters. At the top of the crest there is a knights helmet.
- Barsia Symbol: on Leda's right arm she proudly wears the symbol of Barsia, which is a round, red patch with a golden bear paw on it, and a matching golden border. It can also be seen on her belt, and on waving banners in cutscenes.
- The Swan Kingdom Symbol: a white swan, wings outstretched; Just beyond it the Dire Tree and Swan Lake can be viewed.
- Unknown Coat of Arms: in the introduction to the game, eight royal family crests are shown being checked off in a book. These do not seem to match up with any of the royal families we have encountered thus far in the game series.