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Nachdem die Erde durch einen Nuklearkrieg Heckenwirtschaft wurde, wie Nadine Fullmetal Alchemist Nina bzw. - ProduktbeschreibungKundenservice vor Ort Du erreichst uns Mo. Nina's deathThis scene is so trizscientific.com that chimera talks it's like a knife in a heart. This event happens fairly early on in all versions of Fullmetal Alchemist. In the manga, this takes place in the fifth chapter, collected in its second volume. In the original anime, it's in episodes 6 and 7. In Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, it's even earlier, happening in episode 4. This was the source of many viewers' realization of just. This page is a Stub. Please help by contributing your knowledge of Nina Tucker/List of Appearances, and to help improve the Fullmetal Alchemist Wiki. The following page is an overall list of all-time appearances in every media of the Nina Tucker character from Fullmetal Alchemist (franchise). From the Blu-Ray release. In the anime, Nina's role is expanded somewhat as the story is changed. Rather than visiting the Tuckers to study bio-alchemy, the Elrics stay with Shou and Nina for several months during the series' flashback while they prepare for the State Alchemy Exam. Her Role in the Story.
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The Encounter With Lady Dimitrescu In The 'RE: Village' Demo Inevitably Spawns A Format. Nina Tucker was the young daughter of Shou Tucker , the "Sewing-Life Alchemist".
She is 4 years old in the Anime and 5 in the Manga and Anime. Nina tended to refer to both Edward and Alphonse as "Big Brother" in the Manga and Anime.
In the Anime, Nina referred to Alphonse as "Big-big brother" and Edward as "Little-big brother" which Ed notably did not get annoyed at, making her one of very few characters to call him "little" without making him mad.
Nina was generally a seemingly happy, playful and excitable little girl and was usually seen playing with or embracing her large pet dog, Alexander.
She also loved her father very much and never stopped believing in him although this faith of hers and her bond with Alexander would indirectly lead to their demise.
Young Nina first appears in Chapter 5 , when Edward and Alphonse Elric arrive at her father's estate in East City in order to study bio-alchemy with the help of his specialized notes and resources.
However, the lonely little girl quickly forms a rapport with the Elric brothers, convincing them to spend a great deal of their time each day playing with Nina and her lovable dog, Alexander.
This immediately attracts Alphonse's attention but Ed gets annoyed at Al for getting distracted. The three kids and canine grow very close over the few days of their acquaintance after Nina confides in the boys that her loneliness is largely due to the fact that her mother had left her father two years ago, just before Shou Tucker received his State Alchemist certification, after which point his increasing immersion into his research greatly limited the amount of time he was able to spend with his young daughter.
The Elrics immediately understand how Nina feels as they remember their own father paying little attention to them and declare their intention to play with Nina and Alexander and the three kids and dog spend most of the rest of the day playing together.
Unfortunately, what the little girl did not understand was that her mom had not abandoned her family as Shou had claimed, but rather had become an unwilling human test subject in the secretly deranged State Alchemist's chimerical experiments and died.
As Shou's yearly assessment approaches and his license comes into jeopardy, Nina attempts to console her depressed father, but her reassurances merely inspire the man to begin his depraved practice once again.
While the Elrics are away, Shou transmutes Nina and Alexander into a Human Chimera using the same method with which he transmuted his wife.
As he attempts to pass Nina off as his second speech-capable chimera, however, Edward realizes the horror of what the Sewing-Life Alchemist has done when Nina speaks innocently to him from inside her new monstrous form.
But while Edward loses his temper and begins to thrash Tucker, Nina intervenes sadly, understanding the situation just enough to plead piteously for her father's life.
Incapable of reversing the transmutation and not knowing what else to do, Ed and Al apologize to Nina and leave, but report Shou's actions to Colonel Mustang at Eastern HQ.
The Tucker House is labeled a crime scene as Shou and Nina are held under house arrest in anticipation of Sewing-Life's incarceration and court-martial, but before his transport to Central City arrives, the Tuckers are visited by the State Alchemist-killer Scar , who assassinates Shou.
He is overly formal, causing some of his comrades to wish he would lighten up. Falman does not play a large role in the first anime, only being another of Mustang's subordinates.
He is subsequently transferred again, this time to Briggs' Fortress where he is given what amounts to janitorial duties. There, he reunites with the Elric brothers and helps them and Briggs' forces plan against the homunculi.
In the first anime, he is voiced by Takehiro Murozono in Japanese, and by Kyle Hebert in English. His chess code name is "The Pawn".
He is overly kind in nature, both to people and to animals. He was recruited by Mustang for his technological expertise. As such, he primarily helps Mustang with communications, both in creating secure lines and tapping into others.
He is transferred to Southern Headquarters when Mustang's group is broken up by the homunculi. He eventually defects from the military so that he can help Mustang overthrow King Bradley.
In the first anime, his Japanese voice actor is Tetsu Shiratori , and his English voice actor is Kevin M. Throughout the history of the country, it has existed to put down uprisings and annex surrounding hostile countries into its borders.
It is led by King Bradley , and uses a ranking system common of most real-world militaries. He works in the military's intelligence division but spends much of his time using the military phone lines to brag to Mustang about his family.
After his daughter, Elicia, is born, he fawns about how cute and talented she is and bombards others with pictures of her when he sees them.
Despite his over-the-top comical tendencies, Hughes is a valuable ally to Mustang's goal of becoming Führer, supplying whatever classified intelligence that may be beneficial.
He has also been shown to be a capable fighter, skilled with throwing knives. His general understanding of others' emotions and desire to help them similarly gains the affection of the Elric brothers and their friend Winry Rockbell , as he always offers advice or hospitality to them when they need it.
However, he is shot and killed by Envy , disguised as Hughes' wife, Gracia. Because of his extremely muscular build, this usually causes great personal injury to others.
Armstrong is very proud of his strength and of his muscular physique, frequently taking off his shirt so that he can flex to show off.
As a final element of his comedic properties, he has the tendency to "sparkle", a trait apparently shared by the rest of his family; when first appearing in a scene or taking off his shirt, pink stars radiate from his body.
He is not fond of violence and will try to end conflicts peacefully, and will break down and cry if an innocent person is killed.
Armstrong comes from a wealthy family of aristocrats who has earned renown in most professions. He has mastered many of his family's talents for himself, and when displaying such a talent, he brags and remarks it to have been "passed down the Armstrong line for generations.
He takes his honor as a soldier and as a leader seriously, and always looks out for his peers' and subordinates' best interests.
Unlike her brother, who is cheerful and rather emotional, Olivier is stoic and distrusts everyone when she first meets them; she has no patience for formalities or idle conversation.
She is also, similarly, a firm believer in survival of the fittest. This has earned Olivier a reputation within the military, and in Drachma, as one who should not be crossed, though her subordinates hold her in high regard.
Because she readily joins them in hostile situations and disregards the orders of superiors if she disagrees, her subordinates will answer only to her.
Despite her cold attitude, she is heavily implied to care greatly for her subordinates and family, and in rare instances shows some emotion before reverting to her usual personality.
She always carries a sword at her side, and is proficient enough to be able to defeat her brother in combat. Olivier crosses paths with the Elric brothers when they arrive at Briggs' Fortress.
After Sloth infiltrates Briggs, she is able to convince them to tell her about the homunculi that control the military.
Once she learns of plans to create an army of immortal super-soldiers, Olivier fights against the homunculi.
Although she has no direct control of Briggs, her subordinates still operate it under her wishes, eventually sneaking into Central to help Olivier take control of the government.
Ross is framed by the homunculi for the death of Maes Hughes. Before leaving, she asks that her family and Brosh not be told that she is alive so as to keep the secret from getting out.
Brosh is voiced by Masao Harada in the Japanese version of the first series, Yuki Hayashi in the second, and Jim Foronda in the English dubs of both series.
Because she spent all day reading the many documents stored there, instead of doing her job, she was fired. She has a photographic memory and can remember and reproduce anything she has ever read, with word-for-word accuracy.
Because of this, after the library burns down, the Elric brothers seek her out to see if she can remember any research papers by Tim Marcoh. She transcribes the entirety of his research for them, earning enough pay to last her a year for her troubles.
When Maes Hughes learns of how she helped the Elrics, he hires her to help recreate the criminal records that were destroyed in the fire.
Naomi Wakabayashi voices her in the first anime, and Gwendolyn Lau in the English dub. These experiments, performed in secret by the State Military to dispose of injured soldiers or those that have taken part in secret missions, endow the human with abilities reminiscent of the animal.
A group of chimeras works for the homunculus Greed during the series. Because of this, he is tasked primarily with intelligence gathering and relies on others to defend him.
He and Dolcetto are killed by the homunculi while trying to defend Greed. She uses this ability during her introduction to infiltrate Alphonse Elric 's hollow armor body and control it from the inside.
Martel is killed during King Bradley's attempt to capture Greed, while inside Alphonse. She is ultimately killed by Bradley in much the same way as in the manga, though not before informing Al that Bradley is a homunculus.
A total of four chimeras are introduced in the series as Solf J. Kimblee 's bodyguards. The ending implies that Darius, Heinkel, and Yoki joined the circus.
Their god is named "Ishballah" "Ishvala" in the second anime. The majority of their population was slaughtered by the State Military during the Ishbalan Civil War.
The few survivors live as criminals and refugees in various slums across the country, usually leaping at the opportunity to fight against Amestrians.
Scar was also implied to have been granted amnesty afterward, as a photo shows him living as a Warrior Priest again. Its people are Asian in appearance and are split into fifty clans under the rule of a single emperor who fathered a child in each family.
In the current storyline, the emperor is in failing health, and his children of which there are 43, 7 implied to have been assassinated if not die of natural causes , whose families are not in good standing with one another, seek to earn his recognition in his final days.
Two of his children, Prince Lin Yao and Princess May Chang , go to Amestris in separate attempts to find the fabled Philosopher's Stone and gain immortality, hoping that doing so will convince the emperor to make them his successor.
He is an older man and the grandfather of Lin's other bodyguard, Lan Fan. Though committed to his duties and stern in nature, he cries for his granddaughter after learning that she sacrificed her arm for their prince.
He leaves his prince's side for an extended period of time when helping Maria Ross escape to Xing, and again when taking Lan Fan to get automail surgery.
She is the granddaughter of Lin's other bodyguard, Fu , and is implied by Lin to be younger than Lin is. She is a skilled fighter despite her age and can keep up with or defend against seasoned warriors.
She is fiercely protective of her prince, and instantly attacks anyone who speaks poorly of him. While protecting Lin, Lan Fan is severely injured by King Bradley , having to amputate her arm in order to escape.
After regaining consciousness, she and her grandfather leave Lin so that she can get automail surgery to replace her arm.
Mixing her two specialties, Pinako is also a prominent automail engineer and presumably the founder of Rockbell Automail, a family-run automail atelier within the town.
Pinako also happens to be the neighbor and close family friend of the Elrics - Van Hohenheim , Trisha , Edward and Alphonse. As Winry's only remaining blood relative after the death of her parents, and the closest adult to the Elric brothers after their mother's passing and their father's disappearance, Pinako acts as caretaker to the three youngsters, training Winry in automail engineering and serving as Ed and Al's home base whenever they return to Resembool.
Two serial killer brothers who are made to guard the 5th Laboratory, and like Barry The Chopper, have their souls attached to a suit of armor, called Number Although they are brothers, their souls are bound to the same armor, the older brother to the helmet, the younger brother to the rest of the armor.
Like Barry the Chopper, the government pretended to execute them two years earlier. Edward Elric manages to defeat them both but refuses to kill them because he believes they are still human.
Lust kills the older brother before he can tell Edward who they work for, and the younger brother is killed by Envy. Slicer Brothers are voiced by Shinya Ohtaki as the older brother and Koichi Sakaguchi as the younger brother in the Anime and Dai Matsumoto as the older brother and Kenji Nojima as the younger brother in the Anime in Japanese and Bill Jenkins as the older brother and Duncan Brannan as the younger brother in the and Anime in English.
Her husband Van Hohenheim leaves her and their two sons behind to find a way to escape his immortality and achieve this goal.
She is a devout believer in her town's local faith, believing that serving the Church of Leto would bring her dead boyfriend back to life.
In the first anime, she instead becomes the mute "Holy Mother" of the townspeople, giving them a symbol of guidance as they rise up against the State Military.
Her voice actress in Japanese is Houko Kuwashima in the first series, and Satsuki Yukino in the second. Truth is a mysterious being that lives on another plane of existence.
Truth shows itself to all who try Human transmutation or try to open the Gate of Truth. It is unknown what gender Truth is.
When it meets people, Truth tells everyone that Truth is what people call God, The Universe, The World, All and One. When people cross the Gate of Truth they must pay a toll, for Edward Elric, his right arm and left leg for Alphonse his entire body, Izumi Curtis her ability to have children, and when Father uses Roy Mustang to open the Gate, Truth takes away his sight.
When Father is defeated, Truth mocks him for trying to become something greater than himself saying human faults are what make them strong and Father never believed in himself and used others to do the work for him.
As punishment Father is forced to rejoin the Gate of Truth, this is an even exchange for the fact that Father boasted that Truth was the arbiter of order and keeps men in their place.
When Edward gives up his alchemy to get Alphonse's body and soul back, Truth congratulates him saying Edward finally understood, that even without alchemy he still has his friends.
Thus, Truth takes Edward's alchemy and gives Alphonse his body and soul back. Truth is voiced by Luci Christian , Maxey Whitehead , and Vic Mignogna in the English language for Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
She is the former lover of Hohenheim and has used Philosopher's Stones to transfer her soul to new bodies for around four hundred years.
Several centuries prior to the series, she and Hohenheim had had a son together who died of mercury poisoning and was made into the homunculus, Envy.
However, Hohenheim realized how corrupted Dante had become and left her, leaving behind only a small fragment of a Philosopher's Stone which she quickly used up.
Dante leads the homunculi, either creating them herself, or finding them after they are created, and uses them to create conflicts in the hope of having a desperate alchemist create a new stone for her.
She first appears as an elderly woman, who is the former alchemy teacher of Izumi Curtis. As Lyra, she is voiced by Yumi Kakazu in the Japanese series, ep.
Their characters are adapted by the first anime from the light novel The Land of Sand , not the manga. To help them in this endeavor, they impersonate the Elric brothers to gain access to resources and locations reserved for State Alchemists.
While Fletcher is reluctant to do this, Russell insists that nobody will mind. Although Edward and Russell fight near constantly, Fletcher and Alphonse are able to get along.
The two Tringham brothers tend to utilize alchemy involving plants. Fletcher is voiced by Minako Arakawa in Japanese, ep.
He is cool, calm, and collected, with a love for violence and war. He dreams of becoming a hero on the battlefield, viewing it as a way to rise up the ranks of the military.
To this end, he does whatever is necessary to please his superiors and always ensures that his actions earn him some publicity. Archer loses the left half of his body when the Philosopher's Stone is created in Liore and receives automail modification in order to regain his mobility.
After the operations left him mentally unstable, Archer rages through Central, carrying out King Bradley's ordered executions. Riza Hawkeye shoots Archer down while he tries to kill Roy Mustang.
Isaac McDougal is a character exclusive to Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood , better known as the Ice Alchemist. He is a former member of the Amestrian State Military until he deserted the army after the Ishval Civil War.
He has been working with the anti-establishment ever since, planning to use a Philosopher's Stone to destroy central command and King Bradley, whom he believes to be a war criminal.
However, the Elrics, Alex Louis Armstrong, and Roy Mustang manage to defeat him and prevent this. He manages to escape, but King Bradley intercepts him.
McDougal tires to kill him using ice weapons made from his own body, but he's no match for Bradley. Action figures, busts, and statues from the Fullmetal Alchemist manga and anime have been created by leading toy companies, primarily Medicom and Southern Island.
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