The Queen is the Wild symbol, paying a nice 500x the total bet for getting 5 of them, and substitutes for other symbols except the Scatter and Multiplier symbols. Nope, it doesn't double any wins with it, it doesn't become stacked or expanded, and is therefore a dumb Wild symbol. The Temple is the Scatter symbol, paying a very low 20x the total bet for 5 of them. Getting 3, 4 or 5 of these Scatter symbols trigger 15, 30 or 90 free spins with a random multiplier of 2x or more, but more free spins cannot be retriggered. The Parrot is the non-paying Multiplier symbol, and whenever it appears anywhere on reel 3 during the free spins, it adds +1 to the free spins multiplier. As for the other symbols, the Leopard pays 100x, and the others pay from 50x to 10x, all per total bet for 5 of each kind. The paytable is quite good actually.
However, many players would be deterred from playing this game, because the lowest coin value has been fixed at 0.10, making the minimum starting bet per spin at 1.00 EUR, which is very high for any 10-paylines game. Why Wazdan made it this way, only Wazdan knows, but to the players, it's too expensive to play, that's all they know. A big mistake on Wazdan part, I would say, even though this game does offer a random Jackpot prize, but how much the prize is, I wouldn't know. Nothing has been indicated in the paytable.
Also worth mentioning here, is that I had played this game in both the fun mode and in real money mode, as I always usually do in testing out any new game, in order to get a better overall picture of it. Needless to say, Lucky Queen plays very nicely in the fun mode, with ever so frequent paying spins, that my fun credit balance never went below its starting amount! It was win, win, win, most of the time. Ridiculous! My real money play went totally the opposite way, with non-paying spins, or with blardy low payouts each time it pays. A very deceiving fun mode play as against the real money play, so all players be aware!