Joined: 17-September 05
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I think Ling is awsome!! I, too was kind of annoyed by him for a while, like, "Go away, Ling!!" But now, I'm completely sold. He's sooo oriental in many ways, and I'm using this term in an admiring way! And, he is very mature for his age, I think more so than Ed. He and Ed are like Ying and Yang, so differnt, yet two of them are being a powerful combination!
I hated, well, I would say I hated... I disliked Ling when I first saw his appearance in the manga because I was totally lost on his PURPOSE to the story, but now, he's grown on me. He's a pretty cool character. I mean, he eleavates all the drama and emo and angst in the storyline <3
Ling is funny, very very powerful, and an absolutely kick ass character. He has some of the greatest moments in FMA, and is one of my five favorites(Ed, Winry, Ran Fan, and Barry would be the others in no order). It's pretty cool when he gets pissed too, the look in his eyes is badass. I will try to contain myself on appluading him for helping out Ran Fan, and yeah he's just an overall amazing guy.
Joined: 5-December 04
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Heck yes, I like Ling! I was immediately fascinated from the first time I saw a picture of him, and caught a glimpse of that positively joyful Chichiri-ish grin. <3333's (Maybe I was just partial, being a Chichiri fangirl and all...)
Joined: 24-September 05
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Ling used to totally annoy me beyond reason, with that smile and his foolish quest for the PS and his "I haf truble wit thes langish" shpeal, but he's since grown on me so now I quite like him...especially after holding his own against Wrath.
Attention Manga Lust fans: Lust is dead. Finished. Kaput. Joined the Choir Invisible. Roy Mustang incinerated her repeatedly until her Philosopher's Stone dried up and dissolved into nothingness ("Mu" for you Japanese cultural enthusiasts). And she will remain killed off, written out of the plot. Greed was reincarnated because Father saved his Philosopher's Stone and had a guinea pig on hand. Lust is gone. Stop trying to play God with the plot line and bring her back at every possibly junction. In the event that Hiromu Arakawa can skillfully maneuver around this narrative plot hole, I will eat my words with a pinch of salt. Nepharski - Our first, last, and hopeful not only line of defense against bad Homunculi theories.