The Princess of the Sky Kingdom is a minor character first seen in the Dark Parables: Jack and the Sky Kingdom bonus game, Rumpelstiltskin and the Queen. She is the daughter of King Eurig and the Queen of the Sky Kingdom, and an ancestor of Emma

Appearence and PersonalityEdit

We only knew The Princess of the Sky Kingdom when she was a baby, so we don't know much about her. The only thing we really know about her is that she had golden blonde hair, and seemed to love her parents.


Before she was born, her mother was the daughter of a simple miller. Her life was rather average, though her father wanted nothing more than to be the center of attention. He began to boast that his daughter could spin wheat into gold, even though she had no such skill.

The news reached King Eurig, who said he would marry the miller's daughter, if the claim of her talents was true. If it proved to be false, he said, he would have the man's daughter executed. The miller's daughter was certain that death would befall her, until an imp came to visit her and said he would spin the wheat into gold if she would only promise him her first born child. The girl agreed.

When the King saw all of the gold the next morning, he was delighted and made the miller's daughter his Queen the very next day. They were happy together and even grew to share a great love. In time, they had a child, the Princess, and the imp returned to make his claim on it.

The King and Queen chased the imp through a portal to a magical forest. There, the imp said that he would return the child only if they could guess his name correctly. The King guessed rashly and was cursed, turning into solid gold! The Queen, however, used her wits and investigated until she had found both the imp's name and a magical grimoire that would allow her to control him.

Having rescued her daughter, her husband, and even a tiny child she'd found during her quest, the Queen of the Sky Kingdom returned home to enjoy her happily ever after. But it was not to be. The curse cast on her husband by Rumpelstiltskin had corrupted his very soul. While the King has always enjoyed the finer things in life, he was now downright obsessed with gold, wealth and treasure. No amount of it could sate his hunger, and his sanity was slowly being lost. Eventually, the Queen saw no choice but to take her young daughter and leave her husband. Her fate after this is mostly unknown. As she is an ancestor of Emma's though, it seems she married and had children.