Joined: 17-February 07
From: Atlanta, Georgia
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I liked this chapter^^ Though, it probably really is her, I agree with some people that the Winry at the end wasn't the real Winry, know what I mean? It's just one of those little nagging feeling that won't go away. It's very possible that it isn't her, too.
Raven's dead! Yay! And the way he went out made me smile:) I really didn't like him...
And Kimbley having the power of the Fuhrer is quite scary...
Joined: 1-March 07
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Now that Raven's dead, I wonder what the Briggs people are going to do about Sloth. After all, Maj. Gen. Armstrong knows what's going on and what Sloth is doing. She obviously has to stop him one way or another. But how will having Kimbley there affect it? Is she going to get rid of Kimbley first and then try to retrieve Sloth or try to get him back and fend off Kimbley (and all military authority) at the same time?
Also, I'm pretty excited to see what the new automail will look like. (So if automail will take 3 days to make at top speed, as seen after Ed busted up his arm against Scar, that means that Winry got to Briggs in about half a week? I guess it's doable, since 4 days of sitting on a train would get you pretty far, but pretty uncomfortable. Poor girl.)
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So if automail will take 3 days to make at top speed, as seen after Ed busted up his arm against Scar, that means that Winry got to Briggs in about half a week?
No she first took care of her customers in Rush Valley. I think that's why she worked on Ed's automail so late in the night : she couldn't afford to waste time on it during the day, because she had more pressing things to do. I think that's why it took her so long to come to Briggs. I want to see her meeting with Olivia, I think it can be funny...