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Old 2004-09-04, 13:43   Link #1
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[Anime] Episode 47: Homunculus Sealed

Just one word for this ep...intense...

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Old 2004-09-04, 14:18   Link #2
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yes pretty good episode overall

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Old 2004-09-04, 14:27   Link #3
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yes pretty good episdode overall

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That's what happens when the Anime team dont start to change the script of the Anime untill they are close to catching up to the manga :P
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Old 2004-09-04, 14:41   Link #4
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That's what happens when the Anime team dont start to change the script of the Anime untill they are close to catching up to the manga :P

Or Ed could have just been telling himself that lie all along and believing it. The sloth issue was decided in the anime since the beginning. Since Juliette Dougulas appears really really early. It's really obvious that Ed never destroyed the body, even in the early flashbacks. He wouldn't have been able to given the timeframe. His answer to "What did you do to the creature" was given so he didn't have to think about the consequences. He pretty much admitted that when he said to Sloth that he's been deliberately ignoring the truth.
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Old 2004-09-04, 14:55   Link #5
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Or Ed could have just been telling himself that lie all along and believing it. The sloth issue was decided in the anime since the beginning. Since Juliette Dougulas appears really really early. It's really obvious that Ed never destroyed the body, even in the early flashbacks. He wouldn't have been able to given the timeframe. His answer to "What did you do to the creature" was given so he didn't have to think about the consequences. He pretty much admitted that when he said to Sloth that he's been deliberately ignoring the truth.
ho my memory is bad, i watched again ep 29 and al says that when he woke up the thing that should have been their mom wasn't there, sorry !
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Old 2004-09-04, 15:15   Link #6
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Man this episode....so sad and good ;-;

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Old 2004-09-04, 15:17   Link #7
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Al becomes more and more annoying with his overly naive attitude. I want him to die now
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Old 2004-09-04, 15:17   Link #8
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yes pretty good episode overall

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That was a bit odd but...

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Up to this episode I was quite confident that BONES could wrap things up but...

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Tringham brothers are the ones whu assumed the elric's name..and created the proto PS rite??..
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Old 2004-09-04, 16:17   Link #10
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Tringham brothers are the ones whu assumed the elric's name..and created the proto PS rite??..
Yeah, they pretended to be the Elrics but they didn't create the proto PS, they were working on a method to crystalize it using plants as I recall. Perhaps they're still pretending to be the Elrics ...
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Yeah, they pretended to be the Elrics but they didn't create the proto PS, they were working on a method to crystalize it using plants as I recall. Perhaps they're still pretending to be the Elrics ...
well they did successfully crystallized some proto PS, the older brother even used one to fight against Ed. Also they made some fancy device to utilize the red water directly for alchemy I think...

one would wonder how there can be a stream of red water underground that town? Isn't the red water actually made from people's lives? So is that underground flow of red water natural or artificially created?
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well they did successfully crystallized some proto PS, the older brother even used one to fight against Ed. Also they made some fancy device to utilize the red water directly for alchemy I think...

one would wonder how there can be a stream of red water underground that town? Isn't the red water actually made from people's lives? So is that underground flow of red water natural or artificially created?
Well, if it is either natural or artificial I wonder how can it contain humans too. Unless it's a natural by-product of human decay and crystalizing it creates the proto-PS which has some powerful properties but not as potent as sacrificed souls, whose lives are 'contained' within the PS in the process. The red water was certainly abdundant, perhaps the vats of it in Lab 5 came from Xenotime in the first place.

I've always assumed those stone fed to the Humonculus must be PS to contained lives that they can trade upon each death. If it was red water, surely it wouldn't be powerful enough to enable them to escape the Gate.

I still can't figure out how the Tringhams can be involved at this late stage, unless there's something we're missing...

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Well, if it is either natural or artificial I wonder how can it contain humans too. Unless it's a natural by-product of human decay and crystalizing it creates the proto-PS which has some powerful properties but not as potent as sacrificed souls, whose lives are 'contained' within the PS in the process. The red water was certainly abdundant, perhaps the vats of it in Lab 5 came from Xenotime in the first place.

I've always assumed those stone fed to the Humonculus must be PS to contained lives that they can trade upon each death. If it was red water, surely it wouldn't be powerful enough to enable them to escape the Gate.

I still can't figure out how the Tringhams can be involved at this late stage, unless there's something we're missing...

I'm not sure how can human decay be used to trade for alchemy amplification... if that's the case, I guess lots of alchemists would be grave diggers

Hmmm... I hope it's not another lifestream theory now...

For Tringhams brothers... I guess BONES just don't want to waste side characters... Wonder if Psiren will play some more role later
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Random language question: "Homunculus Fuhin" just means "Homunculus Seal" literally, doesn't it? The past-tense isn't implied in any way, right? (Tho probably makes more sense as an English title)
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Old 2004-09-04, 19:07   Link #15
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Otherwise that was a really good episode!
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Old 2004-09-05, 02:26   Link #17
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Random language question: "Homunculus Fuhin" just means "Homunculus Seal" literally, doesn't it? The past-tense isn't implied in any way, right? (Tho probably makes more sense as an English title)
Though original Japanese title lacks a subject, in this case "Homunculus Fuuin" means "seal Homunculus" . Not Homunclusus do, but be done.
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....Wrath....needs to DIE. As quickly as possible. Irritating SOB -_-.

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