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24th Sep '16 3:58:07 PM PurpleElement
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* Basque Grand; [[ExtraOreDinary The Iron Blood Alchemist]], [[TheWorfEffect he did loose against scar]], however his alchemy involves making functioning cannons. [[FridgeLogic In order to do this he would have to make all the moving parts, chemicals, and cannonballs]]. Most alchemist make only one element/compound, the Elric brothers radio repairs, may in fact be MundaneUtility.
5th Sep '16 9:19:31 PM Grounogeos
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*** Plus the fact that he carved the transmutation circle for his flame alchemy into the back of his hand in order to be able to seal his and Havoc's wounds. To be able to flawlessly recreate such a complex design by ''carving it into his own hand'', while nearly passing out from both pain and blood loss, is nothing short of incredible.
10th Aug '16 7:18:40 PM RaustBD
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* After Lust tears a water pipe and drenches Mustang, he reveals he ''isn't'' so useless with water. After all, his transmutation circle moves oxygen. And water has plenty of oxygen in it. Or, more importantly... '''[[MadeOfExplodium hydrogen]]'''. And Havoc has a lighter. [[http://video.adultswim.com/fullmetal-alchemist-brotherhood/got-a-light.html See where I'm going with this?]] [[StuffBlowingUp KABOOM!]]
** Actually it separates hydrogen from oxygen which if you have ever done that, and then tried to light it, it makes a HUGE explosion. Which is what happened to not so poor Lust.

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* After Lust tears a water pipe and drenches Mustang, he reveals he ''isn't'' so useless with water. After all, his transmutation circle moves oxygen. And water has plenty of oxygen in it. Or, And, more importantly... '''[[MadeOfExplodium hydrogen]]'''. And Havoc has a lighter. [[http://video.adultswim.com/fullmetal-alchemist-brotherhood/got-a-light.html See where I'm going with this?]] [[StuffBlowingUp KABOOM!]]
** Actually it separates hydrogen from oxygen which if you have ever done that, and then tried to light it, it makes a HUGE explosion. Which is what happened to not so poor Lust.
KABOOM!]]
10th Aug '16 7:17:42 PM RaustBD
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* After Lust tears a water pipe and drenches Mustang, he reveals he ''isn't'' so useless with water. After all, his transmutation circle moves oxygen. And water has plenty of oxygen in it. And Havoc has a lighter. [[http://video.adultswim.com/fullmetal-alchemist-brotherhood/got-a-light.html See where I'm going with this?]] [[StuffBlowingUp KABOOM!]]

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* After Lust tears a water pipe and drenches Mustang, he reveals he ''isn't'' so useless with water. After all, his transmutation circle moves oxygen. And water has plenty of oxygen in it. Or, more importantly... '''[[MadeOfExplodium hydrogen]]'''. And Havoc has a lighter. [[http://video.adultswim.com/fullmetal-alchemist-brotherhood/got-a-light.html See where I'm going with this?]] [[StuffBlowingUp KABOOM!]]
1st Aug '16 5:28:36 AM GiantCaveMushroom
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* A very minor one, but in the manga when Shou Tucker continues reaming Ed with his NotSoDifferent lecture ''even after'' Ed nearly beats him to death, Al gives him a perfect ShutUpHannibal counter by warning him that if he goes on it any longer, this time ''he'll'' be the one laying into him rather than Ed.

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* A very minor one, but in the manga when Shou Tucker [[spoiler:Shou Tucker]] continues reaming Ed with his NotSoDifferent lecture ''even after'' Ed nearly beats him to death, Al gives him a perfect ShutUpHannibal counter by warning him that if he goes on it any longer, this time ''he'll'' be the one laying into him rather than Ed.
28th Jul '16 8:21:45 AM Willbyr
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* Doesn't the author herself, Hiromu Arakawa, deserve a mention for her story-telling? She took the concept of revenge, and clearly defined it, something that Masashi Kishimoto is still working on in ''{{Naruto}}'', and shows it through Roy Mustang and Scar as the story progresses.

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* Doesn't the author herself, Hiromu Arakawa, deserve a mention for her story-telling? She took the concept of revenge, and clearly defined it, something that Masashi Kishimoto is still working on in ''{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', and shows it through Roy Mustang and Scar as the story progresses.
23rd Jul '16 9:04:49 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Horribly, horribly subverted in Mustang's response to finally finding the person who killed his best friend. It seems like this is taking place when [[CurbStompBattle he proceeds to fuck Envy up]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge fifty ways to Sunday]], including, but not limited to: evaporating the fluid in his eyes ''twice'', thanking him for turning into his monstrous true form because it makes him a bigger target, blasting his lower jaw off to shut him up (just like he promised), and torching him ''while he looked like [[spoiler:Hughes]]''... But the reader/viewer ''is NOT supposed to be cheering for Roy'', but to be '''worried''' because he is about to become HeWhoFightsMonsters and ''completely'' lose what's left of his sanity and morals, which is seen in how Roy [[SanitySlippage clearly goes more and more batshit]] as the fight progresses. Therefore the "Moment of Awesome" is not exactly for ''Roy'', but for '''Ed and Riza''': they tell him that yes, Envy has done everything in his powers to deserve the death Roy wants so badly to deal to him... but then they add that if he does it, '''he will betray the ideals that he, the dead [[spoiler: Hughes]] and others have upheld for years'''. [[spoiler: And then Envy kills himself anyway, which [[FridgeBrilliance is actually a much more fitting end for him]].]] But some fans [[MisaimedFandom keep cheering at Roy's nightmare-ish self-destuctive spiral, gunning for him to lose himself to his darkness, and getting angry at Riza and Ed for not enabling him.]] '''Even in this very Wiki'''.
%%It's best to stop justifying Roy's rampage, specially when canon paints it as a bad thing. It has been discussed to death and it might lead to an Administrivia/EditWar%%

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* Horribly, horribly subverted in Mustang's response to finally finding the person who killed his best friend. It seems like this is taking place when [[CurbStompBattle he proceeds to fuck Envy up]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge fifty ways to Sunday]], including, but not limited to: evaporating the fluid in his eyes ''twice'', thanking him for turning into his monstrous true form because it makes him a bigger target, blasting his lower jaw off to shut him up (just like he promised), and torching him ''while he looked like [[spoiler:Hughes]]''... But the reader/viewer ''is NOT supposed to be cheering for Roy'', but to be '''worried''' because he is about to become HeWhoFightsMonsters and ''completely'' lose what's left of his sanity and morals, which is seen in how Roy [[SanitySlippage clearly goes more and more batshit]] as the fight progresses. Therefore the "Moment of Awesome" is not exactly for ''Roy'', but for '''Ed and Riza''': they tell him that yes, Envy has done everything in his powers to deserve the death Roy wants so badly to deal to him... but then they add that if he does it, '''he will betray the ideals that he, the dead [[spoiler: Hughes]] and others have upheld for years'''. [[spoiler: And then Envy kills himself anyway, which [[FridgeBrilliance is actually a much more fitting end for him]].]] But some fans [[MisaimedFandom keep cheering at still miss how how Roy's nightmare-ish self-destuctive spiral, gunning for him to lose himself to his darkness, and getting angry at Riza and Ed for not enabling him."badass" rampage is a terrible thing in-story...]] '''Even ''even in this very Wiki'''.
Wiki''.
%%It's best to stop justifying discussing Roy's rampage, specially when canon paints it as points out without any doubt that it's a bad thing. It has been discussed to death and it might lead to an Administrivia/EditWar%%
23rd Jul '16 9:03:07 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Horribly, horribly subverted in Mustang's response to finally finding the person who killed his best friend. It seems like this is taking place when [[CurbStompBattle he proceeds to fuck Envy up]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge fifty ways to Sunday]], including, but not limited to: evaporating the fluid in his eyes ''twice'', thanking him for turning into his monstrous true form because it makes him a bigger target, blasting his lower jaw off to shut him up (just like he promised), and torching him ''while he looked like [[spoiler:Hughes]]''... But the reader/viewer ''is NOT supposed to be cheering for Roy'', but to be '''worried''' because he is about to become HeWhoFightsMonsters and ''completely'' lose what's left of his sanity and morals, which is seen in how Roy [[SanitySlippage clearly goes more and more batshit]] as the fight progresses. Therefore the "Moment of Awesome" is not exactly for ''Roy'', but for '''Ed and Riza''' (as their own sections say): they tell him that yes, Envy has done everything in his powers to deserve the death Roy wants so badly to deal to him... but then they add that if he does it, '''he will betray the ideals that he, the dead [[spoiler: Hughes]] and others have upheld for years'''. [[spoiler: And then Envy kills himself anyway, which [[FridgeBrilliance is actually a much more fitting end for him]].]]
** Then again, a fair share of the fandom cheered when Roy cut lose and utterly '''obliterates''' Envy as mentioned above. Additionally, a smaller fraction of the fandom was pissed when Ed and Riza talked him out of his murderous rampage because they wanted to see Envy being grilled to death.

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* Horribly, horribly subverted in Mustang's response to finally finding the person who killed his best friend. It seems like this is taking place when [[CurbStompBattle he proceeds to fuck Envy up]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge fifty ways to Sunday]], including, but not limited to: evaporating the fluid in his eyes ''twice'', thanking him for turning into his monstrous true form because it makes him a bigger target, blasting his lower jaw off to shut him up (just like he promised), and torching him ''while he looked like [[spoiler:Hughes]]''... But the reader/viewer ''is NOT supposed to be cheering for Roy'', but to be '''worried''' because he is about to become HeWhoFightsMonsters and ''completely'' lose what's left of his sanity and morals, which is seen in how Roy [[SanitySlippage clearly goes more and more batshit]] as the fight progresses. Therefore the "Moment of Awesome" is not exactly for ''Roy'', but for '''Ed and Riza''' (as their own sections say): Riza''': they tell him that yes, Envy has done everything in his powers to deserve the death Roy wants so badly to deal to him... but then they add that if he does it, '''he will betray the ideals that he, the dead [[spoiler: Hughes]] and others have upheld for years'''. [[spoiler: And then Envy kills himself anyway, which [[FridgeBrilliance is actually a much more fitting end for him]].]]
** Then again, a fair share of the fandom cheered
]] But some fans [[MisaimedFandom keep cheering at Roy's nightmare-ish self-destuctive spiral, gunning for him to lose himself to his darkness, and getting angry at Riza and Ed for not enabling him.]] '''Even in this very Wiki'''.
%%It's best to stop justifying Roy's rampage, specially
when Roy cut lose canon paints it as a bad thing. It has been discussed to death and utterly '''obliterates''' Envy as mentioned above. Additionally, a smaller fraction of the fandom was pissed when Ed and Riza talked him out of his murderous rampage because they wanted it might lead to see Envy being grilled to death.an Administrivia/EditWar%%
29th Jun '16 4:29:01 AM Saro2775
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** Then again, a fair share of the fandom cheered when Roy cut lose and utterly '''obliterates''' Envy as mentioned above. Additionally, a smaller fraction of the fandom was pissed when Ed and Riza talked him out of his murderous rampage because they wanted to see Envy being grilled to death.
22nd Jun '16 6:49:29 PM jjjj2
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** Scar's dispatching of Basque Grand is pretty awesome too. Gran is a feared hand-to-hand combatant and, when they meet, is in possession of Dr. Marcoh's powerful Philosopher's Stone copy, which previously has enabled Grand to transform into a human buttkicking machine. Scar, however, eliminates him as easily as if he's blowing his nose.
** The Scar vs. Grand fight in ''Brotherhood'' is also quite cool for both combatants. In this incarnation, Grand's alchemy allows him to summon cannons, maces, and bladed chains to throw at Scar. When Scar sidesteps this onslaught, Grand traps Scar in a giant iron box. Against almost anyone else, this probably would've been a victory for Grand right there. Unfortunately, he doesn't actually know what Scar can do, and gets a little too close to the box, allowing Scar to just blow a hole in the cage and [[YourHeadAsplode do his thing with Grand's head]]. This fight is especially nice for fans of Grand; because in the manga, he was revealed, in an {{omake}} no less, to have been taken out in a sneak attack while walking home. In this version, at least he doesn't go out like a chump.

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** * Scar's dispatching of Basque Grand is pretty awesome too. Gran is a feared hand-to-hand combatant and, when they meet, is in possession of Dr. Marcoh's powerful Philosopher's Stone copy, which previously has enabled Grand to transform into a human buttkicking machine. Scar, however, eliminates him as easily as if he's blowing his nose.
** The Scar vs. Grand fight in ''Brotherhood'' is also quite cool for both combatants. In this incarnation, Grand's alchemy allows him to summon cannons, maces, and bladed chains to throw at Scar. When Scar sidesteps this onslaught, Grand traps Scar in a giant iron box. Against almost anyone else, this probably would've been a victory for Grand right there. Unfortunately, he doesn't actually know what Scar can do, and gets a little too close to the box, allowing Scar to just blow a hole in the cage and [[YourHeadAsplode do his thing with Grand's head]]. This fight is especially nice for fans of Grand; because in the manga, he was revealed, in an {{omake}} no less, to have been taken out in a sneak attack while walking home. In this version, at least he doesn't go out like a chump.
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