Adamya maintains a close relationship with Lireo. While the Adamyans heavily rely on the Diwatas for protection, they offer their wisdom in return.
Adamya's national emblem features a sirena (mermaid).
- Silver on green
- Gold on green
After Adhara's failed attack at Lireo, its founding queen, Cassiopea quartered the Mother Gem, with each gem representing one of classical element. The territory of Adamya received the Water Gem through its leader, Imaw.
Some time after, King Arvak of Hathoria decided to invade the three other kingdoms to seize their gems, starting with Adamya. Despite Imaw's efforts, the Adamyans found themselves physically inferior to the agile Hathors. Because of this, Imaw begrudgingly surrendered the water gem to Arvak. The ruthless Hathor king left with the gem, but not before stabbing Imaw.
The surviving Adamyans submitted to Lireo, where they were happily accepted by Queen Minea. In return, Imaw offered his wisdom to the Diwata monarch.
The smallest of the four territories of Encantadia, Adamya is located at the southern end of Encantadia.
Adamya is rich in aquatic resources such as fish and shellfish.
The Adamyans are humanoid creatures of small stature.
The sirenas, as the emblem of Adamya, may have originated from this region.
Without the water gem, the Adamyan race is largely magically powerless.
Unlike the other territories which are run by monarchies, Adamya has a less stratified form of government, being led by a powerful elder named Imaw. How Adamyans choose their ruler is currently unknown. The nation's leader possesses a powerful staff called the Balintataw which can summon powerful energy bolts and also to retell the past.
Due to not being a kingdom, Adamya does not appear to have a formal military force, and its only known line of defense are Banak and Nakba. After Adamya's annexation to Lireo, they also receive military support from the Diwata army.
- It is said that the Adamyans joined with Hathoria, Lireo and Sapiro during the Etherian War, but it is difficult to imagine them contributing to the military force. But Episode 206 implied that some tribes within Adamya such as Gunikar have special abilities, implying they (the tribes residing at Adamya) may have contributed to the war effort against Etheria long ago.
In the original series:
- Adamya was a kingdom. Its current status as a territory better reflects Adamya's actual power compared to the other kingdoms.
- Aegen was the leader of Adamyans before passing his leadership to his son Imaw. Dilawan from the third book of the original series was also hailed from Adamya before joining the Punjabwes.
|Territory of Adamya|
|Gunikars||Memfes | Adamus|
|Adamyans||Banak and Nakba|
|Worlds||Tirahan ng Mga Bathala |
Encantadia | Buwan ng Encantadia
Mundo ng mga Tao
|Kingdoms||Hathoria | Sapiro | Lireo | Etheria|
|Heras||Hera Andal | Hera Sensa | Hera Aega | Hera Volo|
|Territories||Adamya | Isla ni Cassiopea | Carcero | Ayleb |
Adjantao | Ascano | Pugad Lawin | Lavanea | Lupain ng mga Nymfas | Punjabwe
|Special||Puno ng Asnamon | Lagusan ng Pagkaligaw | Himpapawid na Lagusan |
Labirinto ng Balbal | Puno ng Buhay | Batis ng Katotohanan | Balasir | Ice Kingdom
|Afterlife||Devas | Balaak|
|Characters | Episodes | Groups | Locations | Gems |
Weapons | Objects | Languages | Powers | Culture | Positions