13th Sep '14 2:23:17 PM lupine123
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The chimeras were willing to hear Ed and Al out because Kimberly was willing to let them die/Al made a parallel to his own body that gave them hope. As far as I can remember otherwise treated the Elrics (particularly Ed, brat that he is) like anyone else. I have no idea where the second interpretation even came from, because I didn't get that vibe at all
13th Sep '14 2:07:07 PM lupine123
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13th Sep '14 12:44:32 PM lupine123
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shonen and seinen are marketing demographics, not genres. Some shows like "Deathnote" have a lot of seinen traits, but are still considered shonen because of audience it is marketed to. Likewise, both fma series are also shonen.
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8th Sep '14 12:09:07 AM AlleyOop
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6th Sep '14 12:27:13 AM Discontent
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Pulled to discussion. All Unfortunate Implications require citation.
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