I wonder what that the man that threw the match box does for it's life. Is it he a spy or something or how the hell he just happened to have that box and came up with the information that Al was at the bar.
And by all mean's Ed. It's always a great idea to point out you'r enemies weaknesses to them.
"Urushibara Ruka. The mannerisms and voice of a woman... No... More feminine than any woman. But he's a guy. Taller than Mayuri, but so very thin... But he's a guy. Looks great in a miko outfit... But he's a guy. It's already twilight And yet, it's so hot. The cicadas are crying. But... He's a guy."
kodial said: If you have not read the manga (perhaps) or haven't watched the first series of FMA, you wouldn't know who that guy who wanted to catch Scar, was.
How is that a fail exactly? I actually knew because I've seen him featured somewhere before. I haven't read the manga and I was about to watch the first anime, but then people kept telling me I should watch Brotherhood first because it's closer to the original story. Tell me how that makes me fail? :)
Awesome fight stuff, and Elric figuring out Greed's weakness was pretty epic. Poor Al, getting kidnapped. I kind of expected the fight to be resolved by the end of the episode, considering that's the end of "Part 1" on Netflix, but oh well! Just another excuse to keep watching, considering it's another cliffhanger!
Really liking FMA:B so far, can't believe it's taken me this long to finally start watching it
Greed - craves women (among other things), wants to get rid of his physical body to gain eternal life... Logic so much. How would you like to spend eternal life without possibility of ever having sex, Greed?
Certain moments of the narrative are the same, more than the contexts are the dialogues, because the situations and places are different events that arise are different from those seen in the FMA and also lead here to a drastic reduction of the events, it is a and less naive than the FMA, but much better in the use alchemy. Drawings and animations good overall.
Greed makes his dreadful introduction and he revealed that the Sins are a group of homunculi and what successful chimeric transmutations actually look like as opposed to Nina's grotesque transmutation.
Ed's fight with Scar really came in handy because he learned how to use destructive alchemy and Izumi certainly knows how to counter Greed's shielding capabilities as well.