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Fullmetal Alchemist by Makoto Inoue
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Mar 17, 2014

it was amazing
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Based on the manga "Fullmetal Alchemist" by Hiromu Arakawa, Makoto Inoue describes the ongoing journey of the Elric brothers. Continuing on, Edward and Alphonse look desperately for the Philosopher's Stone, a blood stone said to be able to solve their..."problems." Considered "geniuses" for their ages, Edward joined as a "dog of the military" yet Alphonse couldn't, now that he'd been forced into a vintage armor owned by the father, Hohenheim, who'd left quite early.

Here though, in the second volume, the military finds trouble calming the civilians. Kidnappers cause the military trouble and civilians do not find militarymen trustworthy when a number of victims disappear. Colonel Mustang, militaryman who recruited Edward Elric, finds a connection in the crime. Edward soon finds himself having to work with Mustang who ticks him off like an explosive. Although Edward agreed to helping with the military issues in order to find hope, he seriously disliked the Colonel. Yet in the end, everything worked out fine between the military and civilians.
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