The Three Bears are creatures alluded to, but not seen directly, in the tenth Dark Parables game, Goldilocks and the Fallen Star. The Bears are implied to have existed and to have played a role in Princess Leda's life at some point, but the details of this are presently unknown. They are paid homage with the three Golden Bears of Barsia.

The Three Bears are based on the three bears from the British fairy tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

Appearance Edit

Without seeing the bears directly, their appearance can only be guessed at using clues given through references to the original bears. All of these clues point to the bears looking like normal brown bears, with two being larger and fully grown (with one larger than the other), while one remains smaller and is assumed to be their child. The bears seem to have walked on two feet most of the time, though whether they wore clothing like humans or went au naturale is open to debate. The puppet show box in the Village of Barsia depicts them wearing clothes and living in a house, much like the bears in the traditional Goldilocks and the Three Bears tale, while other depictions seem to imply they were more animal-like.

Field Notes Edit

The Three Bears are never encountered by the Fairytale Detective. Very little is known about them, though their existence is alluded to throughout Goldilocks and the Fallen Star.

Origins Edit

The origin of the Three Bears is currently unknown. While they appear to be normal bears, it is implied that their interaction with Leda at some point in her past most likely entailed them possessing abilities (speech, improved bipedal movement, humanoid behaviors, etc) greater than those seen in normal bears and yet to be seen.

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