QUOTE(Preypacer @ May 19 2005, 04:55 PM)
Oh wow, you mean I was right on how they set it up?
Reflections could have very well come from that DVD set. It obviously had to come from somewhere, right?
BTW, What all else is on the set?
Better than my own description, here's descriptions from a couple of places to buy it:http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/detailview.html?KEY=ANSB-1248
Disc 1 contains live footage featuring Romi Paku, Rie Kugimiya, Swoelu, Cool Joke, YeLLOW Generation, and more. Disc 2 contains animated footage aired on the eventhttp://global.yesasia.com/en/PrdDept.aspx/...anime/did-7314/
True fans of Fullmetal Alchemist should dig this 2-DVD set of the Fullmetal Alchemist FESTIVAL - Tales of Another. Occurring in Tokyo and Osaka in 2004, the FESTIVAL was put on for fans of the popular anime, and was a one-day event that featuring plenty of Fullmetal Alchemist merchandising and cosplay. The key event, however was a performance and mini-games played by the Fullmetal Alchemist voice actors! Official seiyuu Paku Romi (Edward Elric), Kugimiya Rie (Alphonse Elric), Toyoguchi Megumi (Winry Lockbell), Ookawa Tooru (Roy Mustang), Fujiwara Keiji (Maes Hughes), and Yamaguchi Mayumi (Envy) lent their voices to edited sequences from the anime, and this DVD contains those clips! In addition, various live performances were recorded, including some Kitade Nana , Bepa, Sowelu, COOL JOKE, YeLLOW Generation, and more! The second disc includes animated footage shown at the Festival. For those fans who couldn't make it to the festival - and even those who actually did go - this DVD set is an invaluable collectible.
Report from a festival attendee is here:http://www.fullmetal-alchemist.com:81/foru....php/t1981.html
Note that this event occurred in Dec 2004 and the DVDs were first sold in April 2005. (I pre-ordered mine .. fortuately I already have a region-free DVD player.) SO when was the Reflections special aired?
Perhaps part of the "animated footage shown at the festival" was the Reflections special. It is the same footage shown in the live shots with the seiyuu reading in front of the giant screen.
There is also a short trailer for the movie, repeated with various combinations of voice actors talking VERY rapidly ... I wish I had a translation of those lines!!