Hagane no Renkinjutsushi (2003)

Hagane no Renkinjutsushi (2003)

"A person cannot gain something without losing something. To gain something, you need something of equal value. This is the Law of Conservation in Alchemy. At that time, we believed that was the truth of the world." - Alphonse Elric
Edward and Alphonse Elric are on a journey to find the Philosopher's Stone. A stone that can return Ed's right arm and left leg, and return Al's body. How did they lose these things in the first place?
They live in a world where the science of Alchemy is real and used on a daily basis. They committed the crime of a human transmutation trying to bring their mom back from the dead. Edward lost his left leg in the process, and Al lost his entire body. In an attempt to bring Al's soul back, Ed sacrificed his right arm to attach Al's soul to a nearby suit of armor. They start their journey with the definite thought of reclaiming that which was once theirs.

Episode Info

Final: 4x10 -- Munich 1921 (Oct/02/2004)

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Megumi ToyoguchiMegumi Toyoguchi
voiced Winry Rockbell
Rie KugimiyaRie Kugimiya
voiced Alphonse Elric
Romi PakuRomi Paku
voiced Edward Elric

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Producer: Hiro Maruyama, Masahiko Minami, Ryo Oyama
Production Designer: Shinji Aramaki
Music: Michiru Oshima
Animator: Kôji Sugiura
Director of Photography: Toru Fukushi
Story Editor: Shou Aikawa (1)
Art Director: Kazuyuki Hashimoto
Character Designer: Yoshiyuki Ito, Junya Ishigaki

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Anime | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: TBS ( Japan)
Language: Japanese
Runtime: 25 Minutes
Premiere: October 04, 2003
Ended: October 02, 2004
• Fullmetal Alchemist (Used In USA)
• Le Alchimiste de Acier (Used In France)
• Стальной алхимик (Used In Russia)
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