Kimblee's unique type of alchemy involves orchestrating explosions and is centered around the transmutation arrays tattooed on his palms.... read more ›
General Alchemy: Kimblee is capable of general transmutation that involves simply transmuting one object into another. Though he rarely uses this type of alchemy. Kimblee's alchemical explosions. Alchemical Explosions: Kimblee specializes in a form of alchemy that causes alchemical explosions.... continue reading ›
Kimblee is part Xingese, but other people and spiteful relatives called him a 'mutt' as a child; now there is an unspoken rule between everyone who knows him not to point it out at the risk of being blown up.... see details ›
State Alchemist is equivalent in rank to Major. All names with a "+" in the superscript are State Alchemists and/or military officials. During the Ishval Civil War however, State Alchemists were not given the authority of a Major unless they earned it as a regular soldier would.... read more ›
Edward Elric is a major, because this is the default rank for any state alchemist in the series. It's possible to advance beyond major, however, because in Fullmetal Alchemist (2003) Alex Armstrong becomes a lieutenant colonel, and in the manga, Roy Mustang reaches the rank of general.... see details ›
1) Roy Mustang
Roy Mustang, also known as the Flame Alchemist, is the tritagonist of the series. He is regarded as the strongest alchemist in the Amestrian State Military.... read more ›
Why did kimblee get in the way of pride and save Edward? Thanks for the response in advance! Because Kimblee thought that Pride lowered himself down from being a "superior being" to obtain Ed's body. Essentially lost his pride in being a homonculus.... see details ›
So the answer appears to be that because his alchemy is know for large, fiery explosions, he was named after the Red Lotus, which can symbolize the same thing.... view details ›
Users can sense and manipulate the lust of themselves, people, animals and other creatures, whether by increasing, decreasing, causing or otherwise channeling lust, even manifesting the emotional energy to physical level.... view details ›
It can be deduced from his remark and demeanor at the Central City train station that Kimblee recognized Lt. General Grumman even through the old woman disguise.... see more ›
Though fans have likened Roy's eyes to those common among Xingese immigrants, there has been no indication that Roy is of full or partial Xingese ancestry. His nationality, however, is unquestionably Amestrian.... read more ›
Kimblee is a minor antagonist in the 2003 version of Fullmetal Alchemist. Unlike the original manga and Brotherhood version, whose story differs radically from the original anime series, this version of Kimblee stands out as even more psychotic and sadistic.... see more ›
1/10 Roy Mustang
The Flame Alchemist was arguably the third most important character in the series—after Edward and Alphonse Elric—but he was also the most powerful in terms of strength.... see details ›
Mustang is a military slang term used in the United States Armed Forces to refer to a commissioned officer who began their career as an enlisted service member (completing at least one service obligation contract) prior to commissioning as an officer, a limited duty officer (LDO), or chief warrant officer (CWO).... see details ›
In the 2003 anime, Armstrong was promoted to a Lieutenant Colonel, but in Conqueror of Shamballa, everyone still refers to him as "Major."... continue reading ›
- Major Alex Louis Armstrong. ...
- "Old Man" Fu. ...
- Major General Olivier Mira Armstrong. ...
- Greed/ Ling Yao "Greeling" ...
- Alphonse Elric. ...
- Scar. ...
- Colonel Roy Mustang. ...
- Wrath/ Fuhrer King Bradley.
Pride is the first homunculus created by Father and is undoubtedly the strongest among the seven homunculi.... see more ›
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.... see details ›
For me, Kimblee's death was perfect, his showdown with Pride simbolized his ideology pretty well and the scene was marvelous, however, his defeat at the hands of Heinkel, Darius and Al was a bit rushed and it seems that he was killed off pretty soon.... see details ›
Shortly afterward, Kimblee betrays Greed by sending an army unit (as well as Lust and Gluttony) into the hideout, where they kill most of Greed's gang. In doing so, Kimblee is recruited back into the military under Archer's command.... see more ›
Pride's shadowy body was destroyed when Edward converted himself into a human Philosopher's Stone and confronted Pride's soul -- destroying it with a punch. Pride wasn't completely killed; his body was lost and his Philosopher's Stone was weakened, reducing him to a tiny newborn that could fit on Edward's palm.... see more ›
Dante is the main antagonist of the 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist anime series. She is the mother of Envy, the stepmother of Edward and Alphonse Elric, the true leader of the Homunculi and consequently the de-facto ruler of Amestris, who plans to extend her life forever with Philosopher's Stones.... see details ›
1/10 The Philosopher's Stone
It's not always a stone, but this item is powerful. The real-life philosopher's stone was rumored to make an alchemist rich beyond compare. The fictional philosopher's stone can help an alchemist seemingly do transmutations without equivalent exchange.... see details ›
In fact, his speed is so formidable, he appears to have no means of controlling his momentum and is thus incapable of stopping himself without crashing into something. He claims to be the fastest Homunculus, which is fitting, as the sin of Sloth signifies a wasting of one's potential.... continue reading ›
However, after the final fight is over, a former comrade, Tim Marcoh, offers to use a Philosopher's Stone to restore Mustang's eyesight on the condition that he promises that he will be a part of a movement to restore Ishbal. Mustang accepts and is put in charge of the East region as brigadier general.... see details ›
Ed and Al succeeded in bringing their mother back to life complete and alive. But in the clearing haze Ed was able to tell that who he had created was not his mother, but Sloth.... see details ›
Discounting Pride (who can grow larger than Envy, but whose size is too dependent on light), Envy is the largest Homunculus, with his true form being about the size of a building. During his final fight with Roy Mustang, Envy's eyes are repeatedly boiled away by Roy's flames.... read more ›
May Chang is the only character shown in the series to use Alkahestry, though Scar's alchemy uses alkahestry principles.... see details ›
Scar (Fullmetal Alchemist)
|First appearance||Fullmetal Alchemist manga chapter 5|
|Created by||Hiromu Arakawa|
Dr. Yuriy Rockbell (ユーリー・ロックベル, Yūrī Rokkuberu) (also spelled Urey in the 2003 anime) was the father of Winry Rockbell, the son of Pinako Rockbell, the father-in-law of Edward Elric, and the maternal grandfather of Edward and Winry's unnamed children.... read more ›
He doesn't marry anyone. However, it's been clear that if he ever got around to it, it'd be Riza Hawkeye, his master's daughter. And this is a relationship that Riza herself most definitely returns as her trust in Roy as well as his trust in her is one of the most powerful ones in the series.... read more ›
I'd say so, yes. Canonically, they fight in a bonus chapter bundled with the release of volume 3 of the manga, “Military Festival".... continue reading ›
The reason that Ed, Izumi, Hohenheim and Dante are able to perform Alchemy without transmutation circles is because each of them has seen the gate; "the truth." Although Alphonse would have seen the gate while his soul was trapped there, he retains no memory of it which is why he cannot perform Alchemy without circles.... see more ›
In the first anime
Winry continues traveling with the Elrics until she learns that her parents were killed in the Ishvalan massacre by Ed's superior Roy Mustang on military orders.... continue reading ›
Ed keeps at least one automail limb at the end of each continuity. MANGA AND 2009 SERIES • In the volume 2 extras of the manga, Ed is asked how tall he really was. He replied that he was 165 cm (about 5'5") tall.... read more ›
Synopsis: Using the Philosopher's Stone, Alphonse battles Pride and Kimbley.... view details ›
Al is the stronger one when it comes to combat and Ed is the better Alchemist. That way they balance each other out and make for a iconic duo. Remember, Ed healed himself with alchemy after getting a pole stuck into his guts. Without having ever performed medicinal alchemy or using a philosopher's stone.... view details ›
Why is this? He and Alphonse were exposed to the Truth when they attempted human transmutation in their youth. Although Ed lost his left leg as payment, he learned much about how alchemy and the world truly work, and can perform alchemy just by putting his palms together and touching a solid material.... view details ›
In the case of Edward Elric, in addition to being a twisted reference to his prosthetic arm and leg, the title of “Fullmetal” was also made in reference to his stubbornness as the Japanese term 鋼の錬/Hagane (lit. Steel) is apparent used to describe someone with an obstinate disposition.... view details ›
Emmett has no supernatural talents, but his physical strength as a human was magnified when he became a vampire, which makes him much stronger than the regular vampire.... view details ›
Edward's got the upperhand in mind reading and MAYBE speed, while Jacob's got the upperhand in overall strength. I said that Edward might have the upperhand in speed but might not, because although he's the fastest Cullen, werewolves are faster than vampires in general, and it's not like Jacob's slow at all.... continue reading ›
I'd say Naruto would win in a match between these two. Naruto's power is way more powerful with Asura Kurama than Ichigo's power with Merged Hollow. Korra and Edward are pretty much nothing compared to the rest of these guys.... see details ›
Ford Motor Company is ranked #9 in Automotive and Transportation Brands.... see details ›
John Wick features one of the most emblematic cars he's driven, a 1969 Mustang Boss 429 (that was actually a 1969 Mustang Mach 1). Included on many Best Movie Cars Ever lists, there are a lot of reasons why John Wick would kill for this car.... see more ›
1/10 2022 Mustang GT500 Code Red
The final and most powerful Mustang entry is the GT500 Code Red. The company has revived the 'Code Red' after nearly 15 years to make the most powerful Mustang. Its twin-turbo 5.2L V-8 produces 1300 horses and 1000 pound-feet of torque on E85 fuel.... read more ›
Kimblee isn't a homunculus, but he's a deadly fighter who loves to spill blood and watch his enemies burn. He is first asked to hunt Scar, then partnered up with Pride to confront the Elric brothers and delay their movements during the Promised Day.... continue reading ›
As a result of having passed through The Gate and witnessing the Truth, Edward became one of the few alchemists who do not require a drawn Transmutation Circle to perform alchemical transmutations.... continue reading ›
Pride is the first homunculus created by Father and is undoubtedly the strongest among the seven homunculi.... read more ›
Lust is a Homunculus, nicknamed the "Ultimate Spear", and one of the first antagonists in the Fullmetal Alchemist series. She is the first Homunculus to appear in the series and plays a significant role in the plot of both the manga and 2003 anime series.... see details ›
King Bradley (キング・ブラッドレイ, Kingu Buraddorei?) is one of the primary antagonists in the Fullmetal Alchemist series, being that he is one of the seven Homunculi.... view details ›
Although Alphonse doesn't possess the same ability to quickly use his alchemy anywhere as Edward, his armor-bound form means that he doesn't need to. The two spar against each other in hand-to-hand combat constantly, and it's been said that Ed's never been able to beat Al.... see more ›
At the end of the series, Edward is shown to have grown noticeably taller, being several inches taller than Winry and finally being at least equal in height to Alphonse.... read more ›