Fullmetal Alchemist (2003–2004)
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Laws and Promises 

Myunhen 1921 (original title)
The Elric brothers have been on a long and difficult journey, seeking to regain what they've lost. Enemies have been toppled, friends have been buried, and the state has been remade. But ... See full summary »

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Shô Aikawa (story editor), Shô Aikawa | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vic Mignogna ... Edward Elric (voice)
Aaron Dismuke ... Alphonse Elric (voice)
Caitlin Glass ... Winry Rockbell (voice)
Travis Willingham ... Roy Mustang (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Hohenheim (voice)
Ed Blaylock ... King Bradley (voice)
Juli Erickson ... Pinako Rockbell (voice)
Christopher Sabat ... Alex Louis Armstrong (voice) (as Christopher R. Sabat)
Troy Baker ... Frank Archer (voice)
Colleen Clinkenbeard ... Riza Hawkeye / Rose Thomas (voice)
Monica Rial ... Dante (voice)
Christine M. Auten ... Izumi Curtis (voice) (as Christine Auten)
Wendy Powell ... Envy (voice)
Zarah Little Zarah Little ... Selim Bradley (voice)
Luci Christian ... Wrath (voice)
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Storyline

The Elric brothers have been on a long and difficult journey, seeking to regain what they've lost. Enemies have been toppled, friends have been buried, and the state has been remade. But it's not over yet. In this climactic final chapter, Equivalent Exchange gains new meaning, as Ed and Al demonstrate how much they will sacrifice for each other. Written by FUNimation Entertainment

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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18 March 2006 (USA) See more »

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Laws and Promises See more »

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Alphonse Elric: Human kind can not gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain something of equal value must be lost. That is Alchemy's first law of equivalent exchange. In those days we really believed that to be the world's one and only truth. But the world isn't perfect and the law is incomplete. Equivalent exchange doesn't encompass everything that goes on here, but I still choose to believe in its principle. That all things do come at a price. That there's an ebb and a flow, a cycle ...
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