History NightmareFuel / FullmetalAlchemist

14th Sep '17 4:47:03 PM SomeoneElse17
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** The incident weighs on both men so much that Roy has to ask for 30 seconds to recouperate and get back up and Hughes gives him that time, neither man moving a muscle. The sun was down at the start of the 30 seconds. It was up again by the time they finished. That's a hell of a weight to carry on your shoulders. It also makes it look pretty freaky when Roy, Maes, Gracia, and some walking soldiers seen in a far shot from above are the only ones moving in the train station scene afterward.
14th Sep '17 4:34:35 PM SomeoneElse17
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* In "Yet Another Man's Battlefield," a FreezeFrameBonus is one you may want to miss. When Maes Hughes shoots Heathecliff (who'd just shot Roy), the look on his face is one you'd never expect to see on the guy: unrestrained, sheer fury. Considering we never see anything quite like this with him, it's actually quite disturbing and terrifying to see, and makes one wonder what Maes might have gone on to do if Roy had been killed. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCWZ5Jxakts Take a look for yourself at 1:46 and say I'm wrong.]]
* When Scar is healed by his brother in Ishval, he is helped by Winry's parents and wakes up in a medical tent. In the last attack, he'd lost his arm... so you can understand his confusion and horror when it looks like he woke up ''with his brother's arm in its place''. No wonder he had a major FreakOut.

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* In "Yet Another Man's Battlefield," a FreezeFrameBonus is one you may want to miss. When Maes Hughes shoots Heathecliff Heathcliff Erbe (who'd just shot Roy), the look on his face is one you'd never expect to see on the guy: unrestrained, sheer fury.fury mirroring Heathcliff's own furious despair. Considering we never see anything quite like this with him, it's actually quite disturbing and terrifying to see, and makes one wonder what Maes might have gone on to do if Roy had been killed. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCWZ5Jxakts Take a look for yourself at 1:46 and say I'm wrong.]]
** From the same: his response to Roy's ArmorPiercingQuestion at 3:16. That desperate look in his eyes gives away that yes, he has realized the horror of the guilt of which Roy speaks as well as how very little he can do about it now.
--> "Can you really hold the woman you love, with your blood-stained hands?"
* When Scar is healed by his brother in Ishval, he is helped by Winry's parents and wakes up in a medical tent. In the last attack, he'd lost his arm... so armůso you can understand his confusion and horror when it looks like he woke up ''with his brother's arm in its place''. No wonder he had a major FreakOut.
31st Aug '17 8:34:35 AM GrammarNavi
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* Pride [[spoiler:what with all the giant mouths and eyes. And the anthropophagy. And the homunculus cannibalism]]. And all those {{Slasher Smile}}s after [[spoiler:eating Gluttony. EnfanteTerrible indeed.]] More so in ''Brotherhood'' than the manga, since apparently StudioBONES learned a bit when they animated ''Anime/SoulEater''; he grins like Medusa.

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* Pride [[spoiler:what with all the giant mouths and eyes. And the anthropophagy. And the homunculus cannibalism]]. And all those {{Slasher Smile}}s after [[spoiler:eating Gluttony. EnfanteTerrible indeed.]] More so in ''Brotherhood'' than the manga, since apparently StudioBONES Creator/StudioBONES learned a bit when they animated ''Anime/SoulEater''; he grins like Medusa.
30th Jul '17 9:33:49 AM CJCroen1393
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* King Bradley [[spoiler:revealing himself to be a homunculus]] is way more chilling and foreboding in this version, certainly helped by the fact that in this version, [[spoiler:TheReveal was much later in the series, and Bradley's true identity as the Homunculus Wrath had not even been foreshadowed. It's a much more terrifying version of the above mentioned change to Hughes' death, as it not only gives the idea that the Homunculi can be everywhere and nobody is safe...but they have [[ParanoiaFuel so much hidden influence]] that ''the leader of the country'' is one of them]].

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* King Bradley [[spoiler:revealing himself to be a homunculus]] is way more chilling and foreboding in this version, certainly helped by the fact that in this version, [[spoiler:TheReveal was much later in the series, and Bradley's true identity as the Homunculus Wrath Pride had not even been foreshadowed. It's a much more terrifying version of the above mentioned change to Hughes' death, as it not only gives the idea that the Homunculi can be everywhere and nobody is safe...but they have [[ParanoiaFuel so much hidden influence]] that ''the leader of the country'' is one of them]].
1st Jul '17 3:02:15 PM finlandsberet
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** To be more specific, Ed and Al hear word of an alchemist named Jude, servant of a noble family, who has successfully performed Human Transmutation to bring back their daughter Rosalie after her untimely death. For this, he has to pay a toll of both his eyes, rendering him incapable of seeing the smiles return to his masters' faces. The kicker? [[spoiler:The Harbinger family is actually lying to him to spare his feelings. Not only did he fail to revive her daughter, they wind up adopting a young girl to pretend to be Rosalie in order to keep up the charade. Meanwhile, a room in the house now contains a bed hosting the zombified remains of what was brought back during the Human Transmutation. And given what we discover about Ed's attempt at reviving Trisha, it's not even the real Rosalie in that bed.]]

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** To be more specific, Ed and Al hear word of an alchemist named Jude, servant of a noble family, who has successfully performed Human Transmutation to bring back their daughter Rosalie after her untimely death. For this, he has to pay a toll of both his eyes, rendering him incapable of seeing the smiles return to his masters' faces. The kicker? [[spoiler:The Harbinger Humbergang family is actually lying to him to spare his feelings. Not only did he fail to revive her daughter, they wind up adopting a young girl to pretend to be Rosalie in order to keep up the charade. Meanwhile, a room in the house now contains a bed hosting the zombified remains of what was brought back during the Human Transmutation. And given what we discover about Ed's attempt at reviving Trisha, it's not even the real Rosalie in that bed.]]
8th Jun '17 2:12:31 PM Nononsensecapeesh
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* The lifeless Nina dolls that Tucker has created in his attempts to revive her.
1st Jun '17 3:08:41 PM Nononsensecapeesh
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** As if that wasn't enough, the same nightmare then features Nina and Alexander [[spoiler:turning into a chimera]].

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** As if that wasn't enough, the same Said nightmare then features Nina and Alexander [[spoiler:turning into a chimera]].
1st Jun '17 3:07:29 PM Nononsensecapeesh
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** As if that wasn't enough, in ''Brotherhood'' Ed's nightmare switches focus to Nina and Alexander [[spoiler:turning into a chimera]].

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** As if that wasn't enough, in ''Brotherhood'' Ed's the same nightmare switches focus to then features Nina and Alexander [[spoiler:turning into a chimera]].
1st Jun '17 3:05:42 PM Nononsensecapeesh
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** As if that wasn't enough, in ''Brotherhood'' Ed's nightmare switches focus to Nina and Alexander [[spoiler:turning into a chimera]].
15th May '17 4:32:15 PM millingtonnn
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**[[spoiler: Don't forget, all of this is coming from a kid, who's first appearance is gushing over Ed. When you re-watch it, all of Selim's interactions prior to being found out as Pride are incredibly creepy.]]
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