Season #1 Episode #1
Synopsis: Encantadia is a vast and enchanted realm. It comprises three major kingdoms: Lireo, Sapiro and Hathoria and one autonomous territory, Adamya. At the beginning, Encantadia was at peace, there was only one gemstone, the Mother Gem, given by their deity, Emre. It ensured the balance of nature in Encantadia. But greedy encantados such as a fairy named Adhara, wanted to seize the power of the gem. Also, distrust among the four territories made a fragile political climate in their realm. The other territories think that Lireo, the queendom of fairies, wield too much power since their queen and founder Cassiopeia is the keeper of the Mother Gem. They think that too much power could corrupt the fairies. To balance the powers to each kingdom and to make it harder to seize the powers all at once, the keeper of the Mother Gem, Cassiopeia, made the fateful decision and cleaved the gem. It resulted in a violent explosion and the once single gem became four parts. Each gemstone was given to the fou
Genre: Drama, Fantasy

Ang Dalawang Makapangyarihang Diwata

Aquil tells Minea, Queen of Lireo, that she has a visitor. Amihan entered. Minea said she had been gone for a long time, so she missed her. Minea hands over the document she was reading to Ades. Amihan asked to be left alone with Minea, so everyone in the room left. Amihan said she has something important to tell her sister. Amihan embraced Minea. Speaking with Adhara's voice, Amihan told Minea that she is easy to fool. Minea recognized Adhara's voice, and Adhara revealed her true form. Minea asked where her sister is. Adhara said she hid her in a place that only she knows about. The two diwatas fought each other with energy blasts. Aquil and other soldiers were alerted, but a barrier prevented the Lirean guards from assisting their queen. While fighting off the energy blast from Adhara's staff, Minea changes into her armor. Minea demanded to know where her sister is. Adhara summoned two of her soldiers to appear. Aquil and the other soldiers tried to break the barrier, but they could not. Minea slew Adhara's soldiers, who vanished upon death.[1]Minea said Adhara could hurt her, but not her sister. She asked again where Amihan is. Adhara said she would not say, unless Minea surrendered her gem. Minea was enraged and attacks Adhara, mortally stabbing her. But when she held her face, Minea saw that it was Amihan again. Amihan called Minea's name, and called her "sister." Minea said she did not know, and asked for her forgiveness. Amihan said Minea had done her no wrong. Amihan dies. Adhara appeared again. She asked Minea why she was mourning, even though it was what she wanted, because she wanted to keep her gem. Minea cursed Adhara, and ordered the Air Gem to take her breath away; because what she had done is unforgivable, her penalty would be death. Minea said Adhara should go to Balaak. Adhara cursed before she was sucked into a black hole. With Adhara's death, the barrier was broken, and Aquil and his soldiers were able to approach. Minea cries, shouting Amihan's name.

Lust for power is the root of troubles in our world, called Encantadia. And it originated from the mystical gem once kept by the ancient queen of the diwatas, Cassiopea. It was a powerful gem that had been desired by people of ill intent within our world.

In a flashback, Adhara and her sky ships attacked Cassiopea in her island, which was protected by a barrier. Cassiopea weeps and looks at the statue of Emre, whose face glowed. Adhara said they must acquire the Mother Gem, and ordered her ships to attack faster. Adhara saw Cassiopea raising the Mother Gem, and observed that Cassiopea would violate Emre's orders, for she would use the gem against them. Adhara was enraged and teleports away. Using the power of the Mother Gem, Cassiopea expands the barrier protecting the island, which destroyed Adhara's ships upon collision.

And in order to protect the Mother Gem, even if it would incur Emre's wrath, Cassiopea divided it.

Cassiopea used the Kabilan to strike the Mother Gem, which sent a pillar of light into the sky. Cassiopea held four gems in her hand, Earth and Air on the right, and Fire and Water on the left.

She divided it into four parts that embody the four elements which give life to Encantadia. And she distributed these four parts to the four races and kingdoms of Encantados.

She awarded to us Adamyans the pure Water Gem, that gives life to all plants and creatures in Encantadia. We were the ones she entrusted with its keeping.

Cassiopea and the Adamyans bowed to each other.

Cassiopea gave the Water Gem to Imaw. The Adamyans were excited to have it. Banak or Nakba and the others were jumping with joy.

In the Kingdom of Sapiro, home of the valiant and magnanimous Encantados — to them Cassiopea granted the keeping of the Earth Gem, source of food and many other gifts from the environment.

When she arrived in Sapiro, the Sapiryans saluted Cassiopea. Armeo waited for Cassiopea, with Alira Naswen, Asval, the Queen of Sapiro, and Raquim behind him.

Cassiopea gave the Earth Gem to King Armeo. His queen and Raquim approached to look at the gem. Armeo looked at the gem and smiled.

The Air Gem, which gives breath to all creatures, fell into the hands of caring and brave diwatas, the race from which Cassiopea sprung.

Cassiopea gave the Air Gem to Queen Minea, with Muros, Aquil and Ades behind her.

And in the Kingdom of Hathoria, the realm which mines and smiths the strongest weapons that then defended our world, to them was granted the keeping of the Fire Gem, in the hope that the Hathors would use it for the benefit of all.

When Cassiopea arrived in Hathoria, the Hathors saluted her, including Agane. Prince Hagorn was talking to his father King Arvak, seated on his throne. Arvak stood up.

Cassiopea gave the Fire Gem to King Arvak. Hagorn and Agane approached to have a closer look.

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