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Favorite Style Of Alchemy
What style of alchemy do you like the most?
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post Sep 12 2004, 03:53 AM
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Plant alchemy is COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLL....

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post Sep 12 2004, 08:25 AM
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QUOTE(Ailuro @ Sep 12 2004, 04:40 AM)
What about the Tringham brothers' Plant Alchemy? Or does no one like them ? >>

biggrin.gif Totally forgot about them. And I like Russell. OK, I like Fletcher too. Ah what the heck, I like RussellxEd. XD Kakakaka~

I did it once again. :rollsyes: I'm such a "bad" person.


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post Sep 12 2004, 10:30 AM
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Heh, Kase. Naughty naughty. :3

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post Sep 12 2004, 11:32 AM
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QUOTE(Ailuro @ Sep 12 2004, 04:40 AM)
What about the Tringham brothers' Plant Alchemy? Or does no one like them ? >>

yeah i totally forgot about them, but yeah those guys are mad talented considering they were one of the only people that can make the red stones other than ed. but still i really have to say that Hohenheim really cant be beat when it comes to mastery of alchemy... think about it he's Dante's sensei, that and those crazy Al-looking light golems he can make.


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post Sep 12 2004, 11:36 AM
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They could only make the red stones by following their fathers research so it wasn't that hard. It was more impressive that they were able to get rid of the red water by the use of trees.
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post Sep 12 2004, 11:37 AM
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Dante's sensei? When did it say that?
I thought they were on roughly the same skill level 'back then', I don't recall him being her sensei.
But eh, I might've missed it. o_O


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post Sep 12 2004, 11:46 AM
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i just checked and you're right it really doesnt say it directly but from the cutscene when they made the philosopher's stone it appears, at least to me that dante was the student/appentice/lackey and that Hohenheim was the man. i just hope he's the one that gets to put the smackdown on dante in the end, considering that he's not technically dead

oh and as a side note, i'm not surprised that roy's winning right now cause his alchemy is seen most other than ed's. but i am surprised that there isnt somebody out there with a demented enough sense of humor to vote for armstrong


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post Sep 12 2004, 11:52 AM
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Hmm.. Maybe they flipped a coin and Hohenheim got stuck with the transmuting. tongue.gif
But I suppose it does seem that way in the flashback.

And yes, I agree. Hohenheim should be the one to put Dante where she belongs.


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post Sep 12 2004, 12:03 PM
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Well i think it was because Hohenhiem was the stronger alchemist that he got stuck with the transmution of the stone. Plus i think he was stronger because he had seen the gate (not using a transmution circle).


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post Sep 12 2004, 12:19 PM
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EIther Armstrong or Scar. Both are simply badass.


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post Sep 12 2004, 01:12 PM
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yeah they are both very hardcore guys but scar really is too much of a stereotypical one dimensional character but as far as the badass club goes roy should really be in there as well, i mean this dude almost never wants to do what he has to but he does it just because it has to be done..... to me thats the true sign being brave/badass


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post Sep 12 2004, 07:14 PM
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A few things I don't get:
- If Ed is a metal alchemist, then how is he able to transform things into metal? I thought alchemy is where you understand the composition of an item, break it down and transform it into something of a different shape but of the same composition?
- Where does Mustang's fire come from? What does he trade to make fire??? (Oxygen??) Also, does it mean he can't transform anything else?
- This is a little unrelated, but why do the better alchemists have different transmutation circles?
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post Sep 12 2004, 07:33 PM
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Uh...I don't really understand your first question. Ed can only transmute metal objects if they original object is of the same composition. Or do you mean his second name? He's known as the metal alchemist due to his automail.

Mustang's fire comes from his gloves. When he snaps his fingers, sparks are ignited (think of a match), and then he changes the concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere and "boom." Roy specializes in fire, so he knows most about transmuting fire and causing explosions. However, I do believe Roy knows other basic alchemy.

All alchemists have different transmutation arrays. This is due to the fact that everyone does their own research. Think of it this way, everyone here has to write an essay on the same topic, but you will never find 2 essays that are exactly alike. So it's the same things for transmutation arrays/sigils, you will seldom find 2 of the same, even if it transmutes the same thing.

Hope that answers your questions. smile.gif


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Personally, I go with Roy's Flame Alchemy. I like fire, battle, and Roy. Therefore, Roy's alchemy, the most battle-oriented of the personal alchemies, really appeals to me!

Yeah, I hate it that he can't do his alchemy without the gloves, or in damp conditions, but hey, we all have our weaknesses. He can do other alchemy though(with circles, etc.).

I can't really judge though... I've only read the manga, up to Ch. 32... mad.gif . Life sux sometimes...


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