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Julieta, nodding sagely: We all have our demons.
Félix, carrying Pepa: This one's mine!
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rivedraw · 18 hours ago
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✨ Gift Swap AU Part 3✨ This is my design if Julieta had Bruno’s gift of the future ⏳ a bit more on it on my tik tok @rivecreates !
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honeymilkbubbletea · 2 days ago
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✨ it's finished ✨
I based this on one of Alphonse Mucha's posters
I wanted to make Pepa and Bruno as well but we'll see about that
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shavonnesart · 2 days ago
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sibling gradient complete
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giok3ry-san · a day ago
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Bruno, Julieta and Pepa wants to battle✨
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carlaerosie · 18 hours ago
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evils-corner · 2 days ago
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ENCANTO Q&A ANSWERS PT. 3
These posts are getting quite a bit of traction, so here's a part 3 to the Q&A from Director Jared Bush over on Twitter!
You can find Part 1 and 2 here!
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I'll continue making parts as I find interesting bits of trivia and lore in his responses!
Pt. 3/?
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cartoonfangirl444 · 2 days ago
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I can just imagine a young Bruno feeling left out because he’s the only boy in the Madrigal house at the time. He also doesn’t have a lot of friends because he was already building up a bad rap of making bad things happen, so the only people he was close to were his sisters.
Cause of this, he felt really left out when they were kids, as Julieta & Pepa would do so called ‘girl’ stuff. So as a way to include him, Julieta & Pepa would dress Bruno in some of their extra dresses, when their mamá wasn’t around. Then they’d just sit their and braid each other’s hair (cause y’all know Bruno’s hair is long enough to braid)
Then, when they were teenagers, whenever either Julieta or Pepa (mainly Pepa, cause she had a lot) had a crush, he’d just calmly listen to them go on and on about who they liked. And when either of the two were on their period, he’d always try to do whatever he could to comfort and make them feel better.
Bruno was 100% supportive when both his sisters started dating and when they got married. Actually, Julieta & Pepa both supported Bruno when he was told them that he didn’t really want to get married cause he didn’t really seem to like anyone in town.
Like these three constantly supporting each other is so wholesome. And I imagine that after Bruno ‘left’, whenever they celebrated their birthday, the two would act happy during the celebration...but then afterwards Julieta & Pepa would hold each other and cry.
Also, their first birthday after Bruno ‘left’, was the hardest and they didn’t even actually celebrate their birthday that year
Like, I swear, the Madrigal Triplets are amazing!
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ahurricaneofjacarandas · a day ago
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Y/N, shaking Camilo: tell me! how can i calm down?!
Dolores: it's just Tía Julieta!
Y/N, turning to Dolores: that's just it! it's Julieta!
Pepa, storming: calmate! *strikes y/n with lightning*
Julieta, descending the staircase: mi amor? why is your hair as straight as a ruler?
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artsploon · 2 days ago
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:) okay, I'm passing on a lil idea then to get your take on it! (pls feel free to ignore if you want)
Prompt: madrigal triplets + first gray hair(s)
waha imma pile onto this one (ramble below) + a doodle based on said ramble
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i'd place the triplets in their late 30's i think (timeline-wise camilo and mirabel would already be born)
pepa would be the one to get them first with how much she has to stress about her gift
bruno follows, man is anxious and i bet his visions stress him out (poor rat man)
and then there's julieta, i think she embraces them tbh
it's less noticeable on pepa seeing as she's a ginger, while bruno and julieta have dark hair, but when pepa notices she notices
cue pepa's thunder, bruno and julieta in the kitchen like "????"
pepa walks in and they're hit with a huge gust of wind
i imagine juleita tilts her head inviting pepa to explain and pepa just bursts out "a gray hair, julie!"
to which bruno snorts, he's gotta save himself from choking on an arepa he'd been snacking on
pepa is quick to turn her gaze onto bruno, sending him a deathly glare
julieta swears she's about to witness a murder (she's got the arepas ready tho)
pepa is quick to grab at bruno's ruana and tackle him to the floor (casita softens the fall for them dw)
for a second bruno thinks pepa is actually gonna throw hands so he crosses his fingers and holds his breath
imagine his surprise when pepa instead moves to grab his hair looking for a gray hair
she finds it quickly (again it stands out more on dark hair) and lets out a triumphant yell
bruno chuckles when the realization hits and he playfully calls her "vieja loca", to emphasize the gray hair situation
pepa definitely punches his shoulder at that comment to which he begins his dramatic lil attitude
"OH *insert a telenovela gasp* how could you wound your own brother! pepa, how could you do this to me! after everything we've been through together"
he plays dead and julieta is not amused, reminding them that they're taking up kitchen space
bruno doesn't move, pepa snorts at her brother's antics and watches as julieta pulls up her sleeves ready to pull bruno up
it's there that pepa notices julieta has a gray hair tucked away, "julie, you have one too!"
bruno is quick to sit up ready to tease julieta to which she raises an eyebrow, ready to revoke his food privileges
bonus: félix and agustín are their respective wife's #1 hype man, they also hype the cuñado but bruno gets embarrassed when they do
honestly this was fun! i had to draw something for it as soon as the ideas took over
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Julieta: It only takes a minute to get a crush on someone, an hour to like someone and a day to love someone. But it takes a lifetime to forget someone.
Bruno: Once Mamá forgot me in the parking lot.
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camilosluvr · a day ago
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can you do pepa and julieta (if you can only do one then pepa) dating a bimbo if that’s alright :D
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Pairings: Julieta Madrigal x Fem Reader and Pepa Madrigal x Fem Reader
Genre: Fluff
Synopsis: The Female Madrigal Triplets with a Bimbo! GF
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Julieta Madrigal
Julieta is literally the nicest person you will ever meet so when you don't understand certain things, she always helps you
You like to help her cook a lot and sometimes you hurt yourself because you genuinely don't know what you're doing so julieta always gives you a plastic knife or a rubber knife that she gives antonio when he wants to help cook and it may make you seem like you're a kid and she treats you like one but she doesn't, she just wants you to be safe
Wherever julieta is, I guarantee that you're trailing right behind her like a lost little puppy and doing whatever she needs you to do
You're always holding her hand, you just like to hold her hands and also because they're really soft
You like to be as helpful as possible because of your low intelligence, it doesn't allow you to do a lot of things so you try and help julieta the best way you can!
Julieta was just cooking in the kitchen when you walked in and interrupted her "Mi amor?" You asked as you glanced down at the dough she was rolling as you walked beside her and julieta looked at you with a smile "Yes mi vida?" Julieta answered and you leaned your chin on your hand as you rolled your eyes but not in a sassy way like in an 'I'm about to ask a dumb question' way "Well..., I wanted to know, why do you have gray hairs if your hair is already grown in?" You asked the Colombian woman which made her a little startled.
See, you thought that hair grew from the ends and not from the roots the bimbo you are and nobody had ever told you that it grew from the roots and not from the ends because well, they assume that you knew but you didn't "What do you mean amor?" Julieta asked as she continued to knead the dough with her flour-covered hands as she glanced between you and the dough "I mean, your hair grows from your ends so why isn't just the ends gray?" You asked making julieta chuckle.
But then it slowly turned into loud laughter "I'm sorry but, your hair grows from the roots and my hairs are gray because I'm old." Julieta explained making your lips form a frown as you looked down at the floor "Oh..." You mumbled out a bit embarrassed and julieta grabbed your cheek softly with her flour-covered hand that had her ring on it and she raised your head to face her and she had a small smile on her face "Hey, it's okay that you didn't know that because now you know it." She said basically reading your mind as you were just about to say how stupid you were, you smiled back at her "But it is weird though because how does your hair get longer then?" You asked and julieta chuckled a bit and went over to wash her hands "Don't worry about it Hermosa." Julieta said as she kissed your cheek and you nodded.
Pepa Madrigal
Pepa is a sweetheart just like her sister but she does have a temper so sometimes your questions get on her nerves but she doesn't get upset at you because you can't help but ask questions
Pepa always helps you with things that you don't understand because it's best to just answer than tell you to not worry about it because you're just gonna ask it later
You're always following her but if she has a rainy cloud or a thundering cloud over her head, you will stay a bit away from her because you don't wanna get wet or get electrocuted because of the lightning though you will always be around her no matter what because well, you don't exactly trust yourself alone nor does pepa
You try and help with pepa's mood swings as best as you can but sometimes you can't really help that much because you literally don't know what to do or how to do it but you try!
You are a complete sweetheart so if pepa's emotions ever get out of control you're there to hold an umbrella or try to get rid of the clouds that's if she wants them gone
Pepa marched back and forth throughout her room as she was stressed and upset because of camilo as camilo ate all of the food that was meant for the town but he was helping julieta make them again but she was still upset about it "Pepa, please calm down...you're thundering!" You yelled as you tried to fan the cloud away from over her head and then the lightning struck the paper you were fanning it with making it set on fire, you dropped it on the floor and jumped on the bed in fear.
Pepa looked down at the burning paper and groaned as he stepped on it putting it out in the process while she ran her hands over her curly ginger hair that was currently in a braid, you sighed in relief as you didn't really know what to do but pepa always knew what to do! You grabbed the umbrella and tried to put it over her head but pepa grabbed it and threw it across the room "Don't do that amor, you're gonna hurt yourself!" Pepa said as she grabbed your hands but then you winced making her look at your hands as she laid her hands flat and let your hands rest in her palms.
She saw a small burn on your finger from the fire, the cloud then became rainy instead of a thundering one "See, you got hurt? Don't try and help with the thundering ones." Pepa said as she kissed your burn and you smiled at her "Okay pepa! But, can I get the umbrella because you're getting us both wet and I really like this outfit!" You said as you looked down at your now soaking wet outfit and pepa chuckled.
She grinned showing her tooth gap "Okay but we need to get you to julieta though." Pepa said as she let your hands go so that you could get the umbrella "Your gap is cute! It must've been painful to space your teeth out though.." You mumbled as you went to get the umbrella and pepa looked at you a bit confused until she realized what you meant "That's not how you get a gap but thank you." Pepa said as you put the umbrella under the cloud and over her head, you may have been a bit dumb but you were a sweetheart and she loved you and that's all that matters.
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sleepingvalentine · 2 days ago
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Imagine madrigals triplets as children preparing Alma's birthday. How cute could it be ?!
Pepa picking the prettiest flowers she grew in the garden to make a bouquet, Julieta cooking a tiered cake and Bruno... Idk ? Drawing them all and writing how wonderful the familia will be thanks to his premonitions ??
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destinywritessometimes · a day ago
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Triplets of Encanto Book 1: Pepa Madrigal
Chapter 2: The Size of a Dime
before the 3rd generation of Madrigals were navigating the world, their parents dealt with their own struggles. so let’s go back a couple decades and see what life was like for them.
Everyone’s worried Pepa can’t keep her emotions in check, including her, but what happens when her cloud acts out of turn, and their concern turns into fear?
Word Count: 3, 502
Tw: mention of burn injury (idk if that’s a trigger but might as well just in case)
First Part, Next Part
a/n: AH sry this is a whole week late hope the word count will make up for it, anyways hope you like this chapter :)
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Every time their birthday came around, each of the Madrigal triplets had a separate party.
Even though they insisted they’d be fine if they were all celebrated at once, Alma insisted on it, proclaiming that each one of her little amors deserved their spotlights.
Each year they’d take them celebrating their actual birthday, and this year it was Pepa’s turn.
The three of them were turning fifteen, and now the time had come for Pepa’s celebration, right on her birthday.
She’d swapped with Bruno the year before because their birthday fell on a super moon night that year and he’d always been into astrological events, so she let him have it.
Pepa had grown into a nice young woman. Her eyebrows were perfectly defined and her hair resembled that of Aphrodite’s in the Birth of Aphrodite.
She would have been textbook pretty if not for the noticeable gap between her teeth. But despite this, none could deny that she was one of the most beautiful girls in all of Encanto.
But with her growing up came concerns, specifically concerns about her emotions.
Whispers and mutterings were shared about all the possibilities of what might happen when her ‘teenage emotions’ took control of her.
People prepared for funky weather, especially the farmers who would adjust their planting to whatever Pepa Madrigal happened to be feeling.
At times she’d hear them blame her for it. Like she asked for any of this. Her gift was fun but only when she was alone or just with Juli and Bruno.
But other times of course she was amazing because her crying brought them out of a dry spell.
They were all concerned about what she was feeling in the worst ways possible.
Even though the Madrigals were the sort of head family of the village, their birthday parties were usually private.
But since this year their birthday fell upon the final day of harvest, which they usually had a celebration on anyways, it was public this time.
That’s where she heard most of the rumors spread about her.
Often she’d have moments where she felt a strong emotion and silently panicked until it went away, no need to repeat the fiasco that went down at her gift ceremony.
Pepa stepped away from the crowd and stood off to the side, half hazardously gazing up at the mountains that surrounded the Encanto.
The summer air was one of her comforts. Sometimes just standing there and letting it wash over her was enough for her to be ok.
“Pepi!”
She turned to see Julieta running up to her and a smile immediately graced her face.
“Did you try the pound cake Carlos brought?” Julieta laughed when Pepa shook her head, “you have to! It's amazing! But you better get over there, Bruno’s already eaten like half of it.”
Running off with Julieta towards this supposedly amazing pound cake, Pepa forgot about whatever was troubling her.
Her siblings were her main outlet. Whether it was picking flowers with Juli or drawing pictures with Brunito she loved them both to death.
But then came time for the singing.
Pepa had grown to hate the birthday song, or at least when it was being sung to her. All that attention wasn’t something she enjoyed.
Of course, she used to love it, but that was back when she didn’t have to wonder why people were staring at her, whether they were laughing with her or at her.
Seated at the head of the table, she simply panned around at all the singing guests, hoping whatever expression she wore on her face was pleasant and didn’t seem forced.
The thought that it would all end soon was the thought that kept her going, and the constant reminders that her siblings had her back helped too.
That night, when the three of them were supposed to be sleeping, they all met up in the nursery to talk before bed, as they usually did.
The nursery was where they’d all stayed before they’d gotten their gifts and rooms along with them.
What started as a barren green room, now had writings and drawing covering the walls.
Pepa often focused on a part of it they’d all contributed to when they were around 8.
She’d written, ‘Pepa was here’, in big yellow letters, and Julieta had added, ‘you live here idiot’ in blue. And of course, ever the peacemaker, Bruno had written in his favorite pink marker, ‘I love you guys and they’d added hearts all around it.
“I think this year went well,” Bruno was lying on the floor parallel to the two of them when he looked up and noticed Pepa’s face, “honest!”
“It may have looked that way,” Pepa shook her head, “but I had so many close calls.”
“No one could even tell,” Julieta spoke in a soft tone, sitting behind Pepa as she braided her hair, “besides, even if you let a few clouds, who would care?”
“Everyone would Juli!” Pepa sighed, “everyone except you two. And it would’ve been a big disaster.”
Julieta and Bruno shared a look.
“Do you want comfort or advice, Pepi?” Bruno asked.
“Advice,” while comfort would be nice, it wouldn't have helped her in the long run. She just wanted a solution. A way to not feel so much. Or at least as deeply as she did.
“Well,” Julieta began, “I don’t know how to suppress your emotions, but I’d recommend whenever you’re feeling something harsh, you try and remind yourself of something not so harsh. Maybe a favorite food, flower, etc. And if that doesn’t work, step aside and take a minute or two to let it all out.”
She’d always been the best at giving advice, and her reputation remained accurate.
“Step aside and let it all out,” Pepa repeated the words quietly to herself. That sounded good. She could do that.
“Have I ever told you guys you’re the best?” Pepa grinned at the two of them.
Bruno faked embarrassment, “Oh stop it.”
“I’m sure you have,” Juli nudged her, “but I’m always open to hearing it again.”
Pepa laughed.
She’d be sure to try out Juli’s advice when the time came, and she was almost certain it’d come soon.
And sure enough, it did.
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A couple of days after the party, the three of them had lessons in the school building near the center of town.
Bruno and Julieta usually stuck with Pepa anyways as they had most of their classes together, but they were sure to be especially attentive to her.
Pepa thankfully didn’t hear anything people were saying about her, because she was sure they were talking, but she still did get people staring at her cloud.
She already felt insecure as is just being a teenage girl, she didn’t like having to worry about her emotions being on display.
Trying her best to ignore it, she hugged Julieta and kissed Bruno on the cheek as they left for the only class they didn’t have together.
“Pepi!” Bruno pulled away, “not right now.”
“Oh! Suddenly shy of kisses are you?” Pepa accused, wearing an offended look on her face, “I'll see about that!”
She grabbed his face and started covering one side of it in little pecks, and soon Juli took on the other side.
“Stop! People are gonna start staring! You’re making a scene!” Bruno tried to sound stern, but they both could hear the playfulness in his voice.
“Now we should go,” Juli looked at the two of them, “don’t want to be late.”
Bruno and Pepa both nodded, and with that, they were off.
Pepa simply had to round the corner to get to her class.
Sitting down in her usual spot and pulling out her, she’d grown used to the subtle shadow that her cloud cast. She didn’t always have one, a cloud that is, but today when she was constantly feeling gloomy as ever, she’d had one consistently.
“Surprised you didn’t explode yesterday, Madrigal,” some girl Pepa didn’t care to look at remarked, “I even remembered to bring my umbrella this time, just in case.”
Focusing all her attention on her textbook, Pepa drowned everyone else out until the teacher walked in and class officially started.
Pepa liked her teacher, she was good at teaching and always seemed to have good intentions, but Pepa admitted that at times she could be somewhat ignorant to things happening in her classroom.
Including when a couple of kids decided to start throwing crumpled balls of paper at Pepa.
She couldn’t see who was doing it, because she sat in the second row near the center of the classroom. And of course, it wasn't anyone in the first row, that’s where all the goodie goodies sat.
Pepa took in a sharp breath after the next piece of paper hit her back, and tried to imagine something that would calm her down before she did something she’d regret.
“Clear skies, clear skies,” she mumbled under her breath and her eyes followed the words her teacher was writing on the board.
“Alright class,” the teacher glanced at the time before looking back at the class, “it’s quiet hour, but this time I will step out to finish a few things. The same rules apply.”
And with that Pepa was left alone in a classroom of people who just loved to tease her.
Trying to make the best of the situation, she pulled out her textbook.
At least then she’d have something to focus on when they bugged her.
But then instead of people throwing things at her, they started whispering.
“Imagine if she killed all the crops just because she was having a bad day.”
“At least I can control my emotions.”
“Literally why can’t she just calm down.”
Her cloud growing just seemed to encourage them all.
“Hey Reina del drama!” this girl however wasn’t whispering, and Pepa couldn’t help but listen, “does it rain blood when you get your period?”
Whipping around, Pepa glared daggers at her.
“How dare you say such a thing!” She started yelling. How was she expected to just ‘stay calm’ while every one of her classmates was doing their best to make sure she couldn’t?
Pepa was thundering, and it wasn’t like she hadn’t thundered before, but soon her cloud would act out of turn.
Sometimes her cloud seemed to be a separate entity, something that she couldn’t control.
And what it did would change everyone’s perspective on her. From now on, people wouldn’t simply tease Pepa Madrigal, they would fear her.
In her rage, a lightning bolt rained down and struck a boy on the arm. The teacher’s son.
Guilt was the only thing Pepa felt.
He hasn’t even been involved. He hasn’t even been teasing her or being mean to her, yet he got hurt anyway.
“I’m sorry, sorry, I didn’t mean to,” she started rapidly apologizing. In her eyes, the wound looked massive, in all actuality it was just a small mark the size of a dime.
But Pepa wasn’t just gonna let that slide. And neither were the other students that witnessed it. Except for the boy, he didn’t look upset.
When the teacher came back, the other students weren’t shy to exaggerate the tale, and Pepa believed everything they said, despite knowing deep down they weren’t true.
Up until then, she’d thought of her gift as harmless, annoying but harmless.
Punishment was inevitable, and eventually, she found herself in an empty classroom.
The Encanto always seemed filled with the warmth of home, as if everywhere you went there was some sort of familiarity that would never leave you.
But in that room, Pepa felt no familiarity. It was cold, like harsh rain blown into your face like sharp winds. And her constant coughing due to the chalk dust didn’t help.
She’d been made to write lines on the chalkboard,
specifically ‘I will not thunder’.
She had to get better at suppressing her feelings and learn to shrink her clouds. She couldn’t let something like this ever happen again.
Drowning in her thoughts, the sudden call of her name pulled her out of it.
“Pepa!” Julieta ran into the room, Bruno holding onto her arm, both of their faces were filled with concern.
Had the school day already ended?
She’d lost track of time.
“Dios Mio,” Julieta put her hands on her mouth when she looked at the countless lines on the wall, all written by Pepa, “how could they?”
“How dare they,” Bruno’s wasn’t usually angry, and if he was he didn’t show it on his face. But it was always clear to everyone that he was.
Pepa had been trying to keep it together, but now that she was with her siblings she broke down.
Running into Juli’s arms, Pepa started explaining everything, including the story about how she electrocuted that boy, which at that point was more of a fairy tale.
Thankfully, Julieta had heard the story in the halls and knew it wasn’t as awful as Pepa claimed it was.
“How could she do this to you?” Julieta muttered to herself, “we have to tell mom.”
“She’ll just get angry! Please don’t,” Pepa pleaded with her.
“I’ll tell her,” Bruno spoke up, and Pepa nodded. Pepa knew he had a way of saying things that got their mother to feel for him, even if he wasn’t talking about himself. And Bruno knew that the story wasn’t that bad, so he wouldn’t even need to be convincing.
Wiping her eyes, Pepa breathed in deep, “I’ll be ok, we can just go home.”
Julieta just nodded, pulling her eyes away from the wall.
The two of them went to leave but Bruno put his hand on Pepa’s shoulder.
“I won’t stand for this,” he shook his head, “who did this to you?”
“Bruno, no one did,” Pepa’s voice was cracking with guilt, “I’m the one that messed up.”
She starts going on again about how awful of a person she’d been.
Bruno once again shook his head, “No, no,” he pushed past them out into the hall, muttering to himself as he did.
Sharing a worried glance the two sisters followed him.
The other students were lingering in the halls, not seeming to notice when Bruno went to stand among them.
Pepa and Julieta were both worried he was going to lash out. Bruno was usually slow to anger, but once he was pushed far enough there was no telling what he would do.
“Hey!” Bruno waited for them all to quiet down, before sticking his arm out towards a blond girl, “you!”
Pepa recognized her to be a friend of the girl who’d made the blood rain comment towards her.
Just as casually as he would’ve asked one of them to pass the salt, he said, “I had a vision, and you’re going to die in two days.”
It was a quiet few seconds before subtle panic broke out.
“Come on,” Bruno motioned to his sister as he walked to the door.
Pepa knew she should’ve scolded him like Julieta eventually did, but she couldn’t help but find it funny.
“Thanks, Bruno,” she kissed his cheek. She knew they’d never mess with her again.
Soon enough Julieta laughed, “I have to admit it was quite brave of you of our little Brunito.”
“Stop!” Bruno always got defensive about being the shortest of the three of them.
When the three of them reached home, Bruno kept his word and was the one to tell Alma about what had happened, while Pepa stood with Julieta listening in on the conversation.
It was safe to say within five minutes Alma was marching down to the school to have a word with that teacher, dragging Pepa along with her.
Pepa would have enjoyed laughing about it all outside the school while her mother spoke to her teacher, but Alma had instructed Bruno and Julieta to stay home.
So there Pepa was sitting outside alone, crouched down in the dirt.
She made a small rain cloud and drew pictures in the mud it made.
How would the teacher even react to that?
She'd probably be targeted in class for this if it went awfully. Pepa loved her mom, but sometimes she was a bit, well, fiery.
Guess she knew where Bruno got it from.
After drawing a very accurate stick figure portrait of her family, a shadow was cast over her work.
She ignored it, chalking it up to just her cloud enlarging or shrinking or whatever it felt like doing.
“I’m sorry about what happened in class today.”
Pepa looked up to see the boy. The same one she’d burned in class.
Felix.
He was short, shorter than Pepa at least, with black tightly curled hair, light brown streaks running through because of his time spent in the sun. His clear dark skin also reflected that.
Pepa always noticed how mischievous he looked no matter what he was doing.
She’d spoken to him a few times when they were younger, they were on a soccer team together once when they were 6, but that’s all she could recall.
Her face became paler than it usually was, and she shook her head, “It was my fault,” she tried to keep her words sparse. Not wanting her cloud to go wild again.
She couldn’t help but glance down at the burn she’d left on his stem before she turned back to her mud.
“It wasn’t,” he leaned his shoulder against the schoolhouse, looking down at her, “Maria shouldn’t have said that to you, and I shouldn’t have stayed silent.”
Pepa was taking her turn now to stay silent.
“I get it if you don’t want to talk to me,” he sighed, “but I really am sorry.”
It was quiet for a while, neither of them talking, the only sounds being whatever noises the mud made as Pepa painted circles in it.
After a while, she looked up at him and nodded, still not saying anything.
He returned it, though a bit awkwardly, as if he’d gotten used to the silence.
Then without another word, he turned and walked away.
“Pepa!”
She was stunned out of her thoughts, not being able to help her habit of overthinking every interaction she had with anyone.
It was Bruno.
He ran up to her, though his eyes were trailing after Felix.
“Why are you here?” Pepa didn’t mean for it to sound as mean as it did, “didn’t mom tell you to stay at home?”
“Well yeah,” Bruno shifted a bit, “but I wanted to make sure you were alright.”
She smiled at his efforts, “I’m fine.”
He gave her a look.
“Really, I am,” she stood and put her hands on his shoulders, “I’m fine.”
He seemed satisfied with that answer, and moved on to another topic.
Furrowing his brows he asked, “Why was Felix talking to you?”
She was about to ask how he knew his name, but Bruno knew practically everyone.
“Oh,” Pepa had almost forgotten, “he was just apologizing for earlier.”
“Was he the one that made that comment about you?” Bruno looked like he wanted to run after him.
“No, no!” She laughed at his suspicion, “it was some other girl, apparently named Maria. He’s the boy I burned.”
“Not surprised,” he scoffed, “still weird he came to talk to you. Glad he left.” He started looking in the direction he had gone, a glare forming on his face.
Pepa sensed his tone of voice, and a small smile formed on the corners of her mouth, “Bruno, are you getting protective?”
Bruno quickly looked back at her, “Of course not, I was just worried some boy was messing with my sister.”
She still didn’t believe him and it showed on her face.
“Really! I’m not,” Bruno crossed his arms.
“Alright then,” she still wasn’t convinced but let it go, “head back to casita before mom catches you, Vamo, vamo, vamo!”
He did as she said, and soon enough Alma came ‘round the corner to fetch Pepa, and they headed home.
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“He really stood there with you all that time!” Julieta was in shock.
Once again the three of them had met up in the nursery, recounting the day's events, and Pepa had been telling Julieta about Felix. If there even was enough to say for it to be considered telling about.
Nonetheless, Julieta was interested, and Bruno was rolling his eyes.
“They barely even spoke!” He was once again sprawled out on the floor.
“That’s the good part,” Julieta had started obsessing like a mother, “he waited there for her, and didn’t push her at all to speak, it was so subtly perfect.”
“Wasn’t it?” Pepa has to admit she’d thought it was sweet.
“It wasn’t.”
“Bruno!” Julieta kicked him, and the two got into a friendly argument, while Pepa sat there, thinking.
Of course, this was all nice to think about, but she didn’t need anyone else to think about.
Anyone else to feel for.
She was probably thinking too far into it.
Bruno was right, it wasn’t that big of a deal.
Surely it wasn’t.
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Yay! Enter Felix :D I love him sm isnfjdbdb but yeah I was looking for a way to add him into the mix and I thought this would be a cool way especially since I love the idea of Pepa and Felix being childhood sweethearts
Anyways yeah that’s all for this week the next one will come out sooner 😭
Have a nice day and night !! ⛈
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hurricaneonanesthesia · 14 hours ago
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Encanto Incorrect Quotes as Things I've Heard in My Math Class
Mirabel *to the village kids*: I’m not a person who gives you the help you want. I give you the help you need, do you guys understand that? So anyway, I have a bag of Mexican candy for you guys.
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Bruno: In high school, I wanted to be that guy who would go in front of a homeless person and burn a $100 bill and say "Life choices, buddy."
Camilo: *grins* I am that guy.
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Camilo *to Bruno*: Hey, you seemed really nice in theory. *sips coffee aggressively*
Bruno: The fuck does that mean?
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Isabela: *pointing to the instrument case in Mirabel's room* Is that a violin?
Mirabel: No, it’s a violation.
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Isabela: Yeah, Mirabel's not mature enough to…
Camilo: Give up?
Isabela: ...to want to learn.
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Camilo *in school*: Hold on a second, I need to check my notes...but I don't take notes.
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Camilo *still in school*: We killed so many trees! It’s not fair! It’s not fair! *trips and bangs into a locker*
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Bruno: You broke the movie projector!
Mirabel & Camilo: There weren’t enough buttons, so we pressed them all.
Bruno: wELL tHeN fiX iT!
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Bruno: What's your name?
Camilo: C-
Bruno: Wait, no, let me guess. Christopher?
Camilo: ...Camilo.
Bruno: Well, it turns out that Christopher in Spanish directly translates to Camilo.
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Camilo *at 3 am*: bAiLaNDo!
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Felix *trying to help all the kids with math homework*: It’s going to screw you on the homework—actually, I shouldn’t say the phrase ‘screw you’ because some of you guys are weird.
Camilo, Dolores, and Mirabel: Heheheheh
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Felix *still trying to teach his kids math*: r is to…
Antonio: Seven.
Felix: Seven, what the hell…
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Julieta: These are mentally healthy cows so you don’t need to worry.
Luisa: Damn, mentally healthy? That’s better than me.
Agustin: *concerned* Woah, woah.
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officalaizawa003 · 9 hours ago
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Drinking Trio (encanto au) @funtimes000
Bruno *grabs Julieta by the shoulders*: YoU aRe An AnGeL aNd YoUr So SwEet AnD aGuStUiN iSnT gOoD eNoUgH fOr YoU!
Julieta: Come on lay down-
Bruno turns to Pepa: YoU neEd tO lEt It AlL oUt GuRl! I kNoW yOu NeEd A gOoD cRyInG sEs!
Felix to Agustuin: What is he doing?
Agustuin to Felix: I think he's saying what he thinks about everyone-
Agustuin: Oh boy looks like Im next!
Bruno to Agustuin: YOU! YoUr A F****** p**** bOy WhO dOeSnT dEsErVe JuLiEtA's ArEpaS! Y-You..y-you..*straight up just falls face first onto the floor and falls asleep*
Julieta and Pepa: ...Did Bruno just...curse?
Agustuin trying not to cry: *sniff* Yes he did..
@funtimes000
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bassclarinety · 2 days ago
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I want to psycho analyze the Madrigal’s gifts by the triplets’ line.
Bruno’s is the most obviously worse out of the Triplets. Physically taxing, mentally scarring in some cases, and drives a wedge between him and everyone around him. I think if Bruno had had any cannon children, their gifts would have been similarly bad. -100/10, the future is overrated.
Pepa’s line is interesting to analyze in my opinion.
Pepa has a difficult gift in the first place- she has to bottle up her own emotions to maintain a perfect weather cycle, has to force negative (in most cases) ones to change the cycle, and her bottled up emotions have a chance of exploding in a quite nasty way. I think we can see her gift’s difficulties reflected in her children’s. 2/10, I would be raining all the time, and I would give a big fat middle finger to anyone telling me “you have a cloud!”
Dolores’ is obvious in my opinion- she literally has a heightened sense tuned to what seems to be roughly a mile around the Encanto (give or take), and if she is able to concentrate on a certain set of noises, which in of itself is a difficulty, she’s left with the decision to either share or act on anything she hears. Her gift has slim to no upsides, and I’d go as far as saying that it has no upsides at all. -∞/10, even though my hearing sucks atm.
Camilos’ is a little more subtle, but certainly still prevalent- he/they literally have the ability to shift any part of their body into anyone he has a clear image of- or to even change things about his body he doesn’t like- hello, body dysmorphia?? And I can’t imagine that this ability isn’t taxing- so if he wasn’t constantly eating Tia Julieta’s miracle food, I would bet that his muscles would be sore ALL the time. And having to eat constantly to replace burned energy! -7/10, I already don’t like my face, but I don’t want to have a cure-all for it!
As for Antonio, I don’t honestly know if his gift would have huge upsides like his siblings- but I think it would be like Julieta’s side- subtle, but really serious. Antonio can understand any animal- and they’re probably more compelled to be nice to him (i hope) but that would mean that Antonio probably won’t be doing much socializing outside of his family. Possible social anxiety? He’s got a really good net of people to help him though, so I can’t honestly see much downside to his gift. 10/10, the only good rating, I want to hear gossip from animals about the humans.
And oh, ho, ho! We’ve arrived at Julieta’s side of the family!
At first glance, I think Julieta’s gift looks pretty much without downside- just eat some of her cooking and wow! No more seriously broken bone!
Two things immediately pop out to me- this hinges on Julieta’s cooking, nobody else! I’m obviously not sure how persnickety magic is, but assuming it’s extremely picky, Julieta has to do everything- that means from raw ingredients to fully cooked, and she has to make a LOT. No rest for the weary here!
Second- relying on a magical cure for sickness and injury is concerning to me in two ways. What happens in a situation where (like after Casita falls) Julieta’s cooking isn’t a heal-all? Does she know anything about identifying injuries or treating them? I’d wager very little- given how much time she has to spend preparing her magical food.
And lastly- we saw a pattern here! Julieta has no time (or very little) to do literally anything else other than working with her gift. I’d wager she’d kinda get resentful of having to cook so much- it keeps her from paying attention to people who need her, not her food! Julieta’s gift gets a -2/10 for me, and that’s with me considering that her food could remove nausea.
Isabella Perfecta- on the outside I’d see her gift as pretty damn amazing- grow any flower, make a tree speed run growing, make any garden flourish? Cool!
But I think before Isabella actively changes what she’s growing, I think she could cause more harm than good. Any non-native plant can become an invasive species, if left unchecked. Now I think this is where it gets more complicated- I have a feeling that at least a certain amount of Isabella’s abilities are linked to her emotions, and if she set her mind to it, Isabella could likely remove plants in a wide area, much more effectively than a regular person. So, meh on the oof scale.
However! Her gift is incredibly unique, and we certainly saw that she used it ALL the time, often to try to appease Abuela. Now I’m going to try not to rant about Abuela’s influence on this side of the Madrigals, but the sheer energy Isabella spent on appeasement must’ve meant physical exhaustion. On my scale I’d say 6/10, because I realized that her abilities would help curb deforestation. In terms of taxing, 5/10.
Luisa. Oh, wonderful, beautiful Luisa.
I don’t have a lot to say really, your gift means you’re expected to do all the heavy lifting. You’re taken advantage of to move a building (seriously why did they have her move the church? No enough godly light??) and other things that HAVE NO BUSINESS BEING MOVED! REROUTING A RIVER IS NOT A THING TO BE DONE BY ONE PERSON!
This also means you’re away from the people you want to spend time with- you can pry my thoughts about how much Luisa loves her little sister from my cold dead hands, I’m a last child, I know how older siblings (with 5+ age gap) really want to treat their siblings, and it’s to play/spend time with them at the drop of a hat.
On top of all this? Her entire mental image of herself is being able to serve others in increasingly over complicated ways. She lost her cool at the dinner because she couldn’t do what a GUEST asked her to do. If I was the head of a household and my guest asked my (overpowered and certainly capable) child to move a large object for their own whim, I would kick them out! (Seriously! Mariano is fine, but Señora Guzman is on thin fucking ice!)
In my terms, Luisa’s gift is a 3/10, and that’s because she’s gotta have a heightened balance ability somewhere in there too.
And finally, Mirabel. Oh Mirabel, I literally sobbed every time you felt the gap between you and your family members- as a third child, you are so relatable and it broke my heart!
As a giftless Madrigal, you were seen less than, maybe not intentionally- but the feeling of uselessness was constantly being projected onto you, just because those with gifts wouldn’t allow you to help.
Because of that feeling of uselessness, I think Mirabel overcompensated- tried to do things that would “make my family proud”, show that she’s just as special as the rest of her family, and she shouldn’t be pushed aside just because she has no gift.
However, in a way, I think the lack of a gift saved Mirabel a lot of pain- the pain of never being enough, not if she couldn’t stretch herself to her very limits just to make people happy.
My diagnosis? Mirabel’s lack of a gift is a 8/10, and it’s only an 8 because no gift caused her so much pain.
Long story short, I think that the Madrigal’s family followed a pattern in gift types/burdens, and in the end I would call the gifts the drawback of creating a safe haven. They might be cool, but I would not want a Madrigal’s gift for myself, not even if it meant clear skin.
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evils-corner · a day ago
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ENCANTO Q&A ANSWERS PT. 4
These posts are gaining a lot of traction and people really love them, so I'll keep making them as long as I find cool and interesting trivia for you guys!
You can find the previous three parts here!
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cartoonfangirl444 · 2 days ago
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*First time meeting Julieta boyfriend*
Alma: Where is he?
Julieta: I don’t know Mamá, he’s normally not this late
Pepa: Well, I’m adding this to the list of bad traits
Julieta: You’ve literally never met him! How can you already have a list of things you don’t like about him?!
Bruno: Is that him?
*They all see a young Agustín running in their direction while being chased by a swarm of bees*
Julieta, sighing: Yeah that’s him...
Agustín, screaming as he runs: Oh, hi Julieta!
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echo-bleu · 18 hours ago
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Quick Bruno and Julieta study (30 min).
[ID: Digital sketch of Bruno and Julieta from Encanto. Julieta has her arm around Bruno’s shoulders and they’re both smiling. The first sketch is in dark purple and cream on a light brown background and the second is the same with added colors.]
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