Where does Van Hohenheim come from?
The young man who would later go on to be known as Van Hohenheim grew up during the 15th century in the capital of the ancient and advanced country of Xerxes. As a youth, he was the twenty-third house slave of a renowned alchemist in the King of Xerxes' personal employ and was known simply as "23".
Which homunculus is killed by Colonel Mustang?
While breaking into a military laboratory, Mustang kills Lust, an immortal creature known as a homunculus, who was investigating his actions and was going to kill subordinates.
The Elric brothers were born in…
The Elric brothers where born to Trisha Elric and Van Hohenheim of Resembool in the winter of 1899.
How does Envy die?
Because Envy commits suicide, after discovering that he has been envious of humans.
What does Edward sacrifice to get Alphonse’s body back?
He chooses to sacrifice his Gate of Truth (his alchemy powers) to bring back Al's soul and body.
What is Kimblee’s first name?
What is the original name of Van Hohenheim?
Van Hohenheim was not always a free man. Before his descent into the world of alchemy, he was a slave. Hohenheim was then known as Slave #23, and it was there that he met the mysterious figure, Father. Then, he was called the Dwarf in the Flask, otherwise known as Homunculus. It was the Homunculus who gave Hohenheim his name and helped him gain freedom and immortality (at a great cost).
What color are Scar’s eyes?
Being a native Ishvalan, the man known as Scar carries the dark complexion and distinctive red irises of his people.
Who is the snobby guy who always use all of the Elric’s money?
What is the first name of Edward and Alphonse’s mom?
Trisha Elric was the common-law wife of Van Hohenheim and the mother of Edward Elric and Alphonse Elric.
What is the name of the alchemy used in Xing?
Alkahestry (錬丹術, Rentanjutsu?), also called Purification Arts (連弾主, Rendan-nushi?), refers to the slightly different form of Alchemy used in the country of Xing. Alkahestry differs from Alchemy in both its practice and its goal.
What is the name of the fake priest in Liore?
Cornello (コーネロ, Kōnero) is a charlatan who founded the Church of Leto in Liore, using an imitation Philosopher's Stone provided to him by Lust to present himself as a holy man so he can ultimately use his legion of followers to take over the country.
What is the name of the military installation between Amestris and Drachma?
Fort Briggs is an Amestrian Military installation that lies on the border between the countries of Amestris and Drachma. Stretching across a narrow valley between the two countries, the Fort protects Amestris where the mountains cannot.
What was Father called when he was first created?
Named simply "Dwarf in the Flask" or "Homunculus" by the people of Xerxes, this sentient creature contained a vast amount of knowledge, the most important and influential being the skills that would become standard alchemy. The Dwarf in the Flask was unable to perform any alchemy of his own.
Who cut off Lan Fan’s arm?
Lan Fan after losing her arm. Fan draws a kunai and declares that there are several things that can be sacrificed for duty. Biting down on her collar, Lan Fan uses the kunai to cut off her injured arm.
What is Roy Mustang’s special “power”?
Flame Alchemy: Mustang's unique style of combat alchemy is made possible by his custom made gloves. Made of "pyrotex/ignition cloth" and embroidered with unique flame alchemy Transmutation Circles, these gloves create a spark when Roy rubs his fingers together and allow him to manipulate the concentration of oxygen in the air surrounding his target, raising its density to a level at which it becomes a volatile and flammable oxidizer, and creating narrow pathways of oxygen through which he can direct the ensuing flame that blossoms from the spark.
What is the name of Maes Hughes daughter?
Elicia Hughes is the young daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Maes Hughes and Gracia Hughes.
What lab do The Elric Brothers find The Slicer Brothers and Barry The Chopper?
Lab 5's heinous secrets were guarded by the Slicer Brothers on the inside and Barry the Chopper on the outside. The building was also rigged with explosives, so it could be detonated at any time.
Who is the leader of the Homunculi?
Father (in Japanese: お父様, Otō-sama), originally known as Homunculus or The Dwarf in the Flask (in Japanese: フラスコの中の小人, Homunkurus or Furasuko no Naka no Kobito), is the main antagonist in the Fullmetal Alchemist manga series and its second anime adaptation Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
Who helps Maria Ross fake her death?
Using Ross' prison tag, Mustang fakes her demise while she escapes with Havoc.
Which drink does Edward absolutely hate?
One of the running jokes in Fullmetal Alchemist is that Edward hates milk.
How old were Al and Ed when they did their human transmutation?
When Ed and Al preform the human transmutation, Ed was 11, while Al would have been 10.
What is the name of Shou Tucker’s daughter?
Nina Tucker was the young daughter of Shou Tucker, the "Sewing-Life Alchemist". She is 4 years old in the 2003 Anime and 5 in the Manga and 2009 Anime.
Ed is repeatedly taken down by which type of animal?
Where did Riza Hawkeye have her father’s flame alchemy research tattooed?
Riza's father had his research notes tattooed onto his daughter's back; this is another facet of her close relationship with Roy Mustang, who is the only person she has ever permitted to view the notes. It is unclear whether the tattooing was done against her will or with her consent.
What is the name of Elric Brother’s alchemy teacher?
Izumi Curtis (イズミ・カーティス, Izumi Kātisu) is the short-tempered, buxom, yet caring alchemy teacher of the Elric brothers. She agreed to train the brothers to hone their alchemical abilities after their mother died.
Which character killed Winry’s parents?
In the manga, Solf J. Kimblee is unofficially ordered to kill them and stage their deaths as an accident so that the military would not be forced to waste resources ensuring their protection as humanitarians of their nation, but before the Red Lotus Alchemist could arrive on the scene, the Rockbells are killed by Scar, who had just awakened in their makeshift medical center and was driven into a violent rage upon learning that his brother was dead.
Which character did Pride Consume?
Pride later devours the dying Kimblee to absorb his alchemic abilities and his Philosopher's Stone, mockingly stating that he finally lost his bet with his life, but that he would continue to "live" as a part of him.
What is the first name of Winry’s grandmother?
Pinako Rockbell (ピナコ・ロックベル Pinako Rokkuberu?) is the paternal grandmother of Winry Rockbell, the mother of Yuriy Rockbell, the mother-in-law of Sarah Rockbell, the grandmother-in-law of Edward Elric, the maternal great-grandmother of Winry's unnamed children, and also a surgeon and weapon smith living and working in the town of Resembool in the eastern region of Amestris.
What does Colonel Mustang have to sacrifice when he opens the Gate of Truth?
As Roy had seen the truth, he wants something equal in value taken from him. Roy's ambition was to lead Amestris as the next furher and put an end to the military expansions that had claimed the lives of so many men such as the extermination of the Ishvalan race(he was a visionary) and thus he lost his eyesight.
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Fullmetal Alchemist is a manga written and drawn by Hiromu Arakawa. The work was published in the magazine Monthly Shōnen Gangan Square Enix from July 12, 2001 to June 12, 2010 for a total of 108 chapters plus a special chapter, these were later collected in 27 volumes under the label Gangan Comics and published between January 22, 2002 and November 22, 2010. The manga has been translated into several languages, including Italian by Planet Manga, English by Viz Media, French by Kurokawa, Spanish by Norma Editorial and Korean by Haksan Publishing.
The story follows young alchemists Edward and Alphonse Elric, two brothers traveling through the nation of Amestris in search of the legendary Philosopher’s Stone with the aim of regaining their original bodies lost in a human transmutation gone wrong. During their journey they will discover a plan orchestrated by seven beings called homunculus that could destroy the country if not stopped in time.
From the manga two anime television series were produced by the animation studio Bones: Fullmetal Alchemist has 51 episodes, aired between 2003 and 2004, and faithfully transposes the manga only for the first volumes then telling an original story; Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, is a faithful adaptation of the manga in 64 episodes, aired between 2009 and 2010. The series has been a huge success, generating other adaptations as well, including animated films, novels, and video games.
Fullmetal Alchemist Plot
Edward and Alphonse Elric are two young brothers living in the village of Amestris. Their father, Van Hohenheim, left home when they were still young, while a few years later their mother, Trisha Elric, dies as a result of an illness, leaving the two orphans. The brothers then try to bring her back to life through alchemy, but the transmutation does not go as planned and Edward loses his left leg while Alphonse his entire body. In an attempt to bring Alphonse’s soul back to the human world, Edward sacrifices his right arm to bind his brother’s soul to a suit of armor, then having his lost limbs replaced with mechanical prostheses called automails.
After Edward’s nomination as State alchemist, the two brothers begin a journey through Amestris to search for the philosopher’s stone, an alchemical object capable of overriding the principle of equivalent exchange, and thus regain their original bodies. During their journey, the Elric brothers must face several opponents who, like them, are interested in the stone; among them Scar, a survivor of the Ishbar War who plots revenge against the State alchemists for having exterminated his people; and the homunculus, a group of human-looking creatures with strong fighting skills and the ability to regenerate their wounds through the use of philosopher’s stones.
As their research continues, Edward and Alphonse discover that Amestris was founded by the homunculus and their creator, a being known as Father, who secretly control the army and plan to use the entire nation as an alchemical circle to transmute it into a giant philosopher’s stone. Upon discovering the Father’s plan, the Elric brothers, along with some members of the army and other allies encountered along the way, decide to oppose it.
During the final battle, Alphonse sacrifices himself to give Edward his missing arm, thanks to which the boy destroys the philosopher’s stone of Father. Renouncing forever the use of alchemy, Edward manages to recover his brother and the two resume their lives, deciding to travel to see the world and gain new knowledge.
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