Winry drags Ed and Al to the famous Rush Valley, the auto-mail capital of the world, where mechanical limbs are a shockingly common sight. Amidst workshops and street-smart swindlers, they encounter a tough girl named Paninya, who confronts Winry with an important question: Why is she helping Ed, if he doesn't even care? Written by
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Introduction of the character Paninya who has two automail legs and an automail arm. In the original Manga (and the follow-up FMA Anime "Brotherhood") she only has automail legs and both of her natural arms. See more
Edward's letter to Col. Mustang at the start of the episode writes about reimbursing the science museum as it "shows how broad and multi faceted a contribution modern Britain is making to science and technology". This cannot be true as Fullmetal Alchemist is set in an alternate world where Britain is not recognized as a county. The characters in fact live in Amestris. See more
[about Edward in an arm wrestling match
Nah, I couldn't possibly ask *this* shrimp to take on the champ...
I'm not a shrimp!
[leaps at the referee, but is held back by Alphonse
Whoa, you're a pretty feisty shrimp, aren't ya? Looks like you salvaged that automail from the bottom of a scrap heap!
Alphonse. Let go of your brother.