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Al is in the hands of the homunculi, and Ed has precious little time to find him. Nearby, Mustang reveals his daring strategy, turning the Fuhrer's attempt to silence him into a push for ... See full summary »

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Edward Elric (voice)
Aaron Dismuke ...
Alphonse Elric (voice)
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Winry Rockbell (voice)
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Roy Mustang (voice)
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Alex Louis Armstrong (voice) (as Christopher R. Sabat)
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Frank Archer (voice)
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Jean Havoc (voice)
Colleen Clinkenbeard ...
Riza Hawkeye (voice)
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Heymans Breda (voice)
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Vato Falman (voice)
Phil Parsons ...
General Hakuro (voice)
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Sloth (voice)
Wendy Powell ...
Envy (voice)
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Wrath (voice)
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Russell Tringham (voice)
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Al is in the hands of the homunculi, and Ed has precious little time to find him. Nearby, Mustang reveals his daring strategy, turning the Fuhrer's attempt to silence him into a push for revolution. After a rapid chain of events, Ed and Mustang find themselves in a car together, giving the two stubborn alchemists a chance to close old wounds. Written by FUNimation Entertainment

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