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22nd Oct '17 12:28:52 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Roy and Riza are a [[CatsCradle Duprass]]]]

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[[WMG: Roy and Riza are a [[CatsCradle [[Literature/CatsCradle Duprass]]]]
28th Aug '17 8:24:55 PM FabulousPhocine
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* I like this because it might be this show trying to convey the message that everyone has their own subjective meaning of life, or truth.
17th Jun '17 10:00:50 AM nombretomado
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Which is a word in KurtVonnegut's religion of Bokononism which essentially means, "two people working together to do God's will who have interconnected lives and always die within a week of each other."

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Which is a word in KurtVonnegut's Creator/KurtVonnegut's religion of Bokononism which essentially means, "two people working together to do God's will who have interconnected lives and always die within a week of each other."
13th May '17 11:17:50 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: God isn't Truth, but instead is [[KatamariDamacy The King of the Cosmos]]]]

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[[WMG: God isn't Truth, but instead is [[KatamariDamacy [[VideoGame/KatamariDamacy The King of the Cosmos]]]]
1st Apr '17 10:18:27 AM Frem3
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* You've got a point there. And Scott [=McNeil=] did voice both Duo and Hohenheim.

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* You've got a point there. And Scott [=McNeil=] Creator/ScottMcNeil did voice both Duo and Hohenheim.
26th Feb '17 5:15:48 PM nombretomado
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Not too off-the-wall, especially as {{WMG}}s go. Courtesy of LiveJournal's moriapolonius, "[[http://community.livejournal.com/fanficrants/9237643.html?thread=284126347#t284126347 I always thought that Roy and Izumi were drawn as if they had Xingian blood. Black hair, narrow uptilted eyes, smaller size.]]" Also note their black irises. Consult ThisWiki's [[Characters/FullmetalAlchemist FMA character sheet]] for reference images.

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Not too off-the-wall, especially as {{WMG}}s go. Courtesy of LiveJournal's Website/LiveJournal's moriapolonius, "[[http://community.livejournal.com/fanficrants/9237643.html?thread=284126347#t284126347 I always thought that Roy and Izumi were drawn as if they had Xingian blood. Black hair, narrow uptilted eyes, smaller size.]]" Also note their black irises. Consult ThisWiki's [[Characters/FullmetalAlchemist FMA character sheet]] for reference images.
25th Feb '17 4:55:34 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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Lust betraying Father was mentioned above, but this is elaborating on it: consider that the lust Father felt/feels is primarily lust for the perfection of [[AGodAmI becoming the new God.]] Given how Lust is literally her father's lust, it would make sense if she also had her desire for power-her occasional attempts to risk killing sacrifices is a sign of this. Unlike Greed, Lust was waiting for Father's guard to be down(likely when Hohenheim attempted to tear through his "old Hohenheim" disguise) and take his place-considering his lust for power/perfection was probably Father's second greatest trait, [[GenreSavvy she'd have to play the part of loyal]] PsychoForHire until the right moment. Her plan would probably involve using Gluttony's [[NightmareFuel stomach of infinite holding]] to [[AndIMustScream trap Father]] in case she's unable to absorb his Philosopher's Stone. Envy would probably be fine joining her since [[ForTheEvulz it would let him mess with people all the same]] and Lust would convince him to hate Father for making him so envious. Sloth wouldn't care given the work would probably be the same(or less). At most, Lust would only have to worry about Pride and Wrath, and even Wrath could probably be persuaded to her side.

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Lust betraying Father was mentioned above, but this is elaborating on it: consider that the lust Father felt/feels is primarily lust for the perfection of [[AGodAmI becoming the new God.]] Given how Lust is literally her father's lust, it would make sense if she also had her desire for power-her occasional attempts to risk killing sacrifices is a sign of this. Unlike Greed, Lust was waiting for Father's guard to be down(likely when Hohenheim attempted to tear through his "old Hohenheim" disguise) and take his place-considering his lust for power/perfection was probably Father's second greatest trait, [[GenreSavvy she'd have to play the part of loyal]] loyal PsychoForHire until the right moment. Her plan would probably involve using Gluttony's [[NightmareFuel stomach of infinite holding]] to [[AndIMustScream trap Father]] in case she's unable to absorb his Philosopher's Stone. Envy would probably be fine joining her since [[ForTheEvulz it would let him mess with people all the same]] and Lust would convince him to hate Father for making him so envious. Sloth wouldn't care given the work would probably be the same(or less). At most, Lust would only have to worry about Pride and Wrath, and even Wrath could probably be persuaded to her side.
7th Jan '17 9:05:39 AM nombretomado
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On a lighter note, I came across [[http://fma.wikia.com/wiki/File:Lingyaofma.jpg this recently]], which was a shot from the original anime wherein one state alchemist looks exactly like Ling, but with Greed's sunglasses. Given that for instance Basque Gran looks the same in both the anime and the manga, I doubt it was a coincidence that Arakawa chose to draw that guy. There's also the cool factor that with the shades, Ling (and the above image) looks like a JohnWoo character.

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On a lighter note, I came across [[http://fma.wikia.com/wiki/File:Lingyaofma.jpg this recently]], which was a shot from the original anime wherein one state alchemist looks exactly like Ling, but with Greed's sunglasses. Given that for instance Basque Gran looks the same in both the anime and the manga, I doubt it was a coincidence that Arakawa chose to draw that guy. There's also the cool factor that with the shades, Ling (and the above image) looks like a JohnWoo Creator/JohnWoo character.
12th Dec '16 7:09:19 PM Doug86
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She's the wife of the Fuhrer is in a family [[spoiler:with two of the most powerful homunculi.]] She's essentially this universe's conterpart to [[DragonballZ Chi-Chi.]]

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She's the wife of the Fuhrer is in a family [[spoiler:with two of the most powerful homunculi.]] She's essentially this universe's conterpart to [[DragonballZ [[Anime/DragonballZ Chi-Chi.]]
25th Oct '16 4:14:17 PM dlchen145
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Think about it; Bradley's spent the entire series saying flat out that the only person he loves is his wife. He's also been the only homunculus to come close to showing doubts about the plan, even if it's only in a twitch of his eye at various points. The way I see it is, Bradley doesn't like the plan, but is far too programmed by Father to try and avert it or do anything but help it to it's conclusion, which of course entails the death of everyone in Amestris, including Mrs. Bradley. So what does he do? He helps the plan through to the end, and then decides it's time to die. Being a BloodKnight though (and the living incarnation of Wrath) he can't simply off himself, so instead he throws himself into one last battle against Scar, one of the most BadAss people in series, and one of the few with a legitimate chance of killing him. The more I think about it, the more it seems to me that this must play at least some part in Bradley's motivation, even if only at the subconcious level. Humanises him a bit too.

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Think about it; Bradley's spent the entire series saying flat out that the only person he loves is his wife. He's also been the only homunculus to come close to showing doubts about the plan, even if it's only in a twitch of his eye at various points. The way I see it is, Bradley doesn't like the plan, but is far too programmed by Father to try and avert it or do anything but help it to it's conclusion, which of course entails the death of everyone in Amestris, including Mrs. Bradley. So what does he do? He helps the plan through to the end, and then decides it's time to die. Being a BloodKnight though (and the living incarnation of Wrath) he can't simply off himself, so instead he throws himself into one last battle against Scar, one of the most BadAss badass people in series, and one of the few with a legitimate chance of killing him. The more I think about it, the more it seems to me that this must play at least some part in Bradley's motivation, even if only at the subconcious level. Humanises him a bit too.



While RuleOfCool also applies, it's very improbable that someone who in military for many years in his life never using gun, But if you watches Maes Hughes, in every scene where he's fighting, he consistently using ''knives''. He spat on Envy by using a ''knife''. In Ishbal, where everyone using ''rifles'' he still brings them and never pick a rifle, or a ''handgun'', for that matter, [[{{Badass}} and still score impressive kills with them.]] It's very possible that he did pick guns at the beginning or the training, but for some reason or another, find knives to be more fit with him. Some possible reason:

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While RuleOfCool also applies, it's very improbable that someone who in military for many years in his life never using gun, But if you watches Maes Hughes, in every scene where he's fighting, he consistently using ''knives''. He spat on Envy by using a ''knife''. In Ishbal, where everyone using ''rifles'' he still brings them and never pick a rifle, or a ''handgun'', for that matter, [[{{Badass}} and still score impressive kills with them.]] them. It's very possible that he did pick guns at the beginning or the training, but for some reason or another, find knives to be more fit with him. Some possible reason:
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