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Fullmetal Alchemist End
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Posted 6/14/10
EHHHH??????!!!!! it ended??? crap
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Posted 6/14/10
I had the biggest emotional blow when I read this chapter.
I had just returned from camping and immediately went to reading Naruto and FMA, assuming that 3 weeks of not doing so would bring me a couple new chapters. Here was my experience:
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Posted 6/15/10
I loved it soooo much! I can't wait for VIZ to bring the rest out so I can read it the way it should be read!!!

I can't wait to see what her next work will be!!!
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Posted 6/15/10
nine years? surprisingly! I don't think it would take nine years to end this series...

I'm quite satisfied with the ending, although I still want more chapters....
Ed become taller in 2 years and got married with Winry....
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Posted 6/18/10
man~ I'm gonna miss FMA sooo much.
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Posted 6/20/10 , edited 6/20/10
Hmm..I wonder what happen to Roy x Riza, and also the Armstrong siblings.. XD
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20 / F / NY
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Posted 6/20/10
I'm satisfied with the ending.
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16 / F / New Jersey
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Posted 6/21/10
i find it sad. edward had to give up his alchemistry
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Posted 6/21/10
Am I the only one that doesn't think all the loose ends were tied up? I think Al, Ed and Hohenheim's character plotlines ended well, but what about the whole FMA-universe? That was kind of left as a big question mark... what is the state of Amestris and Xing? There was no real ending for Mustang either. Basically, I loved the way Arakawa wrapped up Ed and Al's storylines, but I still think there are a lot of unanswered questions about their "world" and the future of it, the Gate, and even "Father" and the reason he existed in the first place, what "god" really is, etc. I think a lot of the big questions that were there throughout the story went unanswered, but as fans it was easy to overlook because of the satisfying ending for the characters.

Also, the one thing that nagged me throughout the whole series was the idea of the "human sacrifices" in Al, Ed, Izumi, Hohenheim, and (against his will) Mustang. It was just way too convenient that ONLY such a few amount of people ever attempted human transmutation in ALL the years from when "Father" wiped out all the people of Xerxes. The idea that the number of people that saw the Gate were so few, all lived at the same time (there weren't people before that did it so Father could have carried out his plans then), etc. (not to mention the fact that they all knew one another), was just TOO convenient. It was the only part of the plot that really came across as forced.
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38 / F / Your mom
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Posted 6/21/10
no thats inccorect. theres still one piece, naruto, bleach, psyren and reborn! still going on

and I liked the ending made me feel goo. I like it when series end nicely... its not all rushed.
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Posted 6/22/10
cool al and ed.. will live the way of a alchemist
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24 / M / Deep,deep,deep in...
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Posted 6/24/10
Not really satisfied with how it ende, though it was pretty nice and FMA is worth reading
Posted 6/25/10
i just CAN'T believe it ended!!!! gahhh~!!! so happy with the ending!!! xDDDD
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Posted 6/25/10
i don't know whether to be happy or sad
but i can't wait for more of her work
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Posted 6/25/10

killbethy wrote:

Am I the only one that doesn't think all the loose ends were tied up? I think Al, Ed and Hohenheim's character plotlines ended well, but what about the whole FMA-universe? That was kind of left as a big question mark... what is the state of Amestris and Xing? There was no real ending for Mustang either. Basically, I loved the way Arakawa wrapped up Ed and Al's storylines, but I still think there are a lot of unanswered questions about their "world" and the future of it, the Gate, and even "Father" and the reason he existed in the first place, what "god" really is, etc. I think a lot of the big questions that were there throughout the story went unanswered, but as fans it was easy to overlook because of the satisfying ending for the characters.

Also, the one thing that nagged me throughout the whole series was the idea of the "human sacrifices" in Al, Ed, Izumi, Hohenheim, and (against his will) Mustang. It was just way too convenient that ONLY such a few amount of people ever attempted human transmutation in ALL the years from when "Father" wiped out all the people of Xerxes. The idea that the number of people that saw the Gate were so few, all lived at the same time (there weren't people before that did it so Father could have carried out his plans then), etc. (not to mention the fact that they all knew one another), was just TOO convenient. It was the only part of the plot that really came across as forced.


I dont think they were the only ones who attempted it, but rather they were the only people who survived at a time when the nation wide circle was complete or near complete, Izumi says to Ed that he was a genius just for surviving human transmutation not for seeing the truth. and in one of the ova's they meet an alchemist who went blind from a failed transmutation of his friends granddaughter.
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