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* SharedDream: Sang'gre (BlueBlood [[OurFairiesAreDifferent Fairy]]) women can conceive offsprings by [[GRatedSex holding hands]] in dreams, sometimes deliberately with a LoveInterest or a ChosenConceptionPartner, but they can also be guided by the PowersThatBe to conceive with a man they never knew before in reality. The sign of the conception's success is a flower appearing out of nowhere on the Sang'gre woman's palm when she wakes up.


The four kingdoms of Encantadia - Adamya, Sapiro, Lireo, and Hathoria - are guarded by four Sang'gre (princess) sisters, Alena, Danaya, Amihan, and Pirena. The four each guard one of four powerful gems: the Brilyante ng Hangin (Gemstone of Air), the Brilyante ng Lupa (Gemstone of Earth), the Brilyante ng Apoy (Gemstone of Fire), and the Brilyante ng Tubig (Gemstone of Water). These gemstones are essential for balancing the power in Encantadia. But one day, the Hathors from Hathoria threaten to take all four gems for themselves, causing a hostility between them and the other three kingdoms.

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The four kingdoms of Encantadia - Adamya, Sapiro, Lireo, and Hathoria - are guarded by four Sang'gre (princess) sisters, Alena, Danaya, Amihan, and Pirena. The four each guard one of four powerful gems: the Brilyante ng Hangin Tubig (Gemstone of Air), Water), the Brilyante ng Lupa (Gemstone of Earth), the Brilyante ng Hangin (Gemstone of Air), the Brilyante ng Apoy (Gemstone of Fire), and the Brilyante ng Tubig (Gemstone of Water).respectively. These gemstones are essential for balancing the power in Encantadia. But one day, the Hathors from Hathoria threaten to take all four gems for themselves, causing a hostility between them and the other three kingdoms.

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* TitlePlease: In the 2016 reboot, the episodes' titles are never given in the episodes themselves, with their associated [[EngineeredHashtag hashtags]] being used for the titles.


* SeaMonster: Multiple ''bakunawas'' (sea serpents) inhabit Carcero and act as guards to deter any prisoners in the territory from escaping.

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* SeaMonster: SeaSerpent: Multiple ''bakunawas'' (sea serpents) (a type of sea serpent from Filipino mythology) inhabit Carcero and act as guards to deter any prisoners in the territory from escaping.


* DualWielding : Danaya and Pirena in the 2005 original run.

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* DualWielding : DualWielding: Danaya and Pirena in the 2005 original 2005 run.


* LightIsNotGood: In the 2005 series, Arde, the evil god of the underworld, dons gold-and-white-colored clothing. His dragon form has the same color scheme.



* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: In the 2016 series, Arde, the ''bathala'' of Encantadia's underworld, is crimson red with multiple black-colored spots.

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* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: In the 2016 series, Arde, the ''bathala'' of Encantadia's underworld, is crimson red with multiple black-colored spots.accents.

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* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: In the 2016 series, Arde, the ''bathala'' of Encantadia's underworld, is crimson red with multiple black-colored spots.


* LicensedGame: The 2016 reboot of the franchise has a licensed mobile game called ''Encantadia Blast''.

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* LicensedGame: The 2016 reboot of the franchise series has a licensed mobile game called ''Encantadia Blast''.


* LicensedGame: It has a licensed mobile game called ''Encantadia Blast''.

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* LicensedGame: It The 2016 reboot of the franchise has a licensed mobile game called ''Encantadia Blast''.


** Book 2, ''Etheria'', is titled after the fifth kingdom of Encantadia, known as Etheria.

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** Book 2, 2 of the 2005 series, ''Etheria'', is titled after the fifth kingdom of Encantadia, known as Etheria.

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* SeaMonster: Multiple ''bakunawas'' (sea serpents) inhabit Carcero and act as guards to deter any prisoners in the territory from escaping.


* DragonsAreDemonic: Arde, one of the ''bathalas'' that helped to create Encantadia, is punished for attempting to assassinate fellow ''bathala'' Emre by being turned into a dragon and being made to guard Va'alak, Encantadia's hell/underworld.

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* DragonsAreDemonic: Arde, one of the ''bathalas'' that helped to create Encantadia, is punished for attempting to assassinate fellow ''bathala'' Emre by being turned into a dragon and being made to guard Va'alak, Vala'ak, Encantadia's hell/underworld.



* OneWordTitle: ''Encantadia'' is only one word.
* ThePlace: ''Encantadia'' is the name of the show's setting.

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* OneWordTitle: ''Encantadia'' is only one word.
word. Book 2, titled ''Etheria'', also counts.
* ThePlace: ThePlace:
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''Encantadia'' is the name of the show's setting.setting.
** Book 2, ''Etheria'', is titled after the fifth kingdom of Encantadia, known as Etheria.


The 2005 series consists of three installments: the original ''Encantadia'', the SpinOff ''Series/{{Etheria}}'', and the sequel series ''Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas''.

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The 2005 series consists of three installments: the original ''Encantadia'', the SpinOff ''Series/{{Etheria}}'', ''Encantadia'' (Book 1), ''Etheria'' (Book 2), and the sequel series ''Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas''.
Wakas'' (Book 3).



* SpinOff: Has one, titled ''Series/{{Etheria}}''. ''Encantadia'' itself is a spin-off of ''Series/{{Mulawin}}''.

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* SpinOff: Has one, titled ''Series/{{Etheria}}''. ''Encantadia'' itself is often considered a spin-off of ''Series/{{Mulawin}}''.''Series/{{Mulawin}}'', with it taking place in the same SharedUniverse and all.

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* SharedUniverse: Shares a universe with ''Series/{{Mulawin}}'', as the Mulawins' home territory of Avila/Avalon happens to be one of the regions in Encantadia. The ''Mulawin'' characters do not have much involvement in ''Encantadia'', however, apart from in ''Film/MulawinTheMovie'' which is a crossover between the two series.


* SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Amihan is introduced in the second episode of the 2016 reboot.

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* SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Amihan is introduced in the second episode of the 2016 reboot. In the original 2005 series, she appears in the first episode and thus averts this trope.

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