In ‘Why Can’t Casita Help in Bruno’s Room? ‘, Mirabel sneaks into Bruno’s room and starts climbing countless staircases. As she gets higher, she swings onto another ledge. There, she finds pieces of the vision that Bruno had lost. She puts them all together and discovers a picture of herself. She then runs out of the cave.
This happens in multiple episodes. It’s surprising to learn that the apparition of the “Casita” isn’t a person with any powers the first time the reader encounters her. Casita does not have the ability to stop the falling sand from Bruno’s bedroom, but she does assist Mirabel in her room. Mirabel, in turn, finds it impossible to be alone in her room.
She doesn’t understand why Casita needs to help Bruno when she first sees his room. Bruno was already a “golden” child when she gave him a room. People were impressed with his gift. But once he started causing trouble, they rejected him. Now that she has restored Casita, she is able to help Bruno in his bedroom.
Casita doesn’t have this ability, but she does help the other children in the house. Mirabel also benefits from her magic. Mirabel, who is in hiding, is the only child with this power, sees the cracks in Casita and notices that it’s not right for her. Casita’s power to help Bruno helps her to overcome this fear.
Bruno is ready to gift Mirabel the gift. Mirabel asks Bruno to help her visualize her future. But Bruno knows that visions are not good and that they can bring bad luck. He is concerned about Mirabel’s wedding day magic. Mirabel is also worried about magic, but Bruno’s new vision can help. Mirabel sees Isabela and Bruno as one. Casita is saved by this vision.
Dolores’ powers are another fun element of ‘Encanto’. She seems to be very protective of her family. Although she doesn’t seem to be concerned about her brother, she is protective of her younger sister. Eventually, however, she can’t stop Camilo from saving the Miracle Candle. Dolores has never been negative about her uncle, but she seems to be compassionate towards Bruno.