*Episode Preview from FMA-2 official JP site: (Translation by Tombow, wthe episode title is from official sub on Funimation.com) Episode 16: "Footsteps of a Comrade-in Arms" From Barry Roy has learned some truth about the murder of Hughes. But, soon Homunculus learn that Roy is searching for the truth about Hughes's murder and Roy has met Barry. Meanwhile, Ed, Al, & Winry come to Central. Ed and Al learn about Hughes' death from Maria Ross at the Headquarters. Meantime, not knowing his death yet, Winry heads straight to Hughes' home.......
Also, FYI, preview of the next episode (episode 17) from FMA-2 official JP site (Translation by Tombow, the episode title is from official sub on Funimation.com) Episode 17: "Cold Flame" Ross is under the military custody as an suspect for the murder of Hughes, and the situation seems turning worse for her. Then, to her surprise, Barry attacks the brig where Ross is being held, and together with Ling, helps Ross escape from the military custody. The military issues an order to capture Ross, even shoot to kill if necessary. Ed and Al head for the Headquarters to find out the truth. But, even before Ed and Al find out more about the situation, Roy shows up before Ross, and shoot the flame toward Ross......
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Am I the only one who wants to talk about the whole 503 thing? Is that really the only reason 503 is EdxWin's number? Really? 'Cause I was under the impression it had to do with something like... jeans called Edwin or something? I don't remember, someone please explain. >_<
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