I originally had planned the two secret doors in this location to be very well hidden, but with players suffering from UM burn-out from dungeon exploration ad-naseum; I removed most of the features that would have hidden the two secret doors in this location. I left them as regular secret doors with normal chances of discovery, but the characters blazed past this spot not bothering to check for secret or hidden things and went straight to room 20p. If your players are not suffering from UM burn-out, than modify or delete this encounter.
The Scarred Man of the East Synopsis: In this series of flashback episodes, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric are traveling to Central City to take the State Alchemist certification exam. Once they are state alchemists, they will have access to the knowledge they need to return their cursed bodies to normal.
Unfortunately for them, even the trip back to Central will be a trial as they unwittingly become the frontline against a group of ex-military train hijackers.
Fullmetal Alchemist continues to entertain and amaze with its eclectic mix of humor, action, mystery and drama. To say that FMA is the best show this year is selling it short.
The Elric brothers continue to play off each other extremely well, though not to the point of being stale.
Luckily, the profile in the excellent DVD insert booklet provides his name, Scar. He does appear to be someone who will give the Elric brothers trouble later, so he may be something to look forward to next volume.
Naming of volumes aside, on this disc FMA shines the most at portraying Ed and Al for the children they are. During the train hijacking episode, Edward comes up with some smart and clever transmutations under pressure.
When it comes time to make a grand demonstration of his alchemy skills during the state alchemist certification exam, though, Ed is dumbfounded as to what to do. This serves as a good example of how far from all-knowing Ed is. He has a thirst for knowledge, but lacks the experience to make a unique demonstration of his knowledge.
Rather, he makes it on luck and discovery of an innate ability to pass the test, rather than an impressive demonstration of alchemy. FMA has been enjoyable so far, based on the strength of the plot alone.
But there has yet to be anything that could be called filler, or for that matter, even a throwaway scene. The pace is fast but not overwhelming, interesting but not confusing.
The packaging used to wrap up this volume of FMA is excellent, just like the previous volume. The cover features a very imposing picture of Al poised for battle, while the reverse side has a great action shot of Ed and Al sparring. The trend of including a thick insert booklet continues from the first volume too.
This volume contains lots of character art and two-page spreads, plus some mini interviews. While stuff like this could easily be done as on-disc extras, this definitely feels much more significant and adds more value to the disc.
Fullmetal Alchemist continues to be an altogether excellent release with a lot of appeal for almost any viewer. This volume is required viewing for anyone planning to go the distance, as it provides a lot of information on the background of the Elric brothers and what caused them to choose the path they do.
When their mother died, Edward and Alphonse Elric thought they could bring her back to life. Hoping to use it to regain their lost body parts, their journey leads them first to a town where a selfish alchemist has everyone convinced that he has holy powers. Is it possible that he has the Stone?
And just what happened on the night that the brothers tried to resurrect their mother? How much is a life worth? An arm and a leg? Based off the manga by Hiromu Arakawa, the anime series was met with instant popularity all across the globe.
With strong characters, a suspenseful story, and an endless supply of fresh twists, the show knows just how to work its magic. Without a doubt, Fullmetal Alchemist is quite possibly the best series to be released this year—and this is just after watching the first four episodes.
Captivating from the first frame, the series sets up a web of eerie revelations and mysteries that keeps viewers hooked from beginning to end.Vote on TheTopTens® ,+ lists or create a list of your own.
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