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Forming a friendship with Hohenheim, Homunculus granted the man knowledge of various academics, including math, science, and alchemy.
King Xerxes, the leader of the region where Hohenheim lived, strongly desired immortality, and commanded Homunculus to explain how to achieve immortal life.
Homunculus instructed him to form a transmutation circle around the country, with a large massacre at every point. King Xerxes followed the directions of Homunculus, and was, then, instructed to stand at the center of the transmutation circle, where he would receive his immortal body.
However, Homunculus tricked Xerxes into standing away from the center, where Xerxes was killed. Homunculus, smiling, looked up at Hohenheim, who was holding his flask, and told him that he and Hohenheim were standing at the true center of the transmutation circle.
Everyone in the region was killed, except for Hohenheim and Homuculus who both received immortal bodies formed by the souls of the people who had been sacrificed.
Hohenheim, horrified by what Homunculus had done, left Homunculus, vowing to kill him one day. Homunculus in the meantime, became Father and would create other homunculi in his plot.
Following suit, the Homunculi that appear within the manga and Brotherhood are the creations of Father, allegedly to purge himself of his own sins so as to ascend to a godhood state upon The Promised Day.
These Homunculi are created using the various souls within himself to construct Philosopher's Stones, making the Homunculi relatively immortal until their Stones are worn.
However, such sins are still present within Father as seen through his Homunculi. While serving as antagonists as in the manga, the Homunculi of the anime are created through a different means.
In the manga and anime, the Homunculi are the eight primary villainous forces of the series. The central antagonist is the original Homunculus known simply as Father , who was created several hundred years before the start of the series in the presently non-existent nation of Xerxes.
The other seven Homunculi are tangible embodiments of his partly human nature's vices, and therefore parts of himself. In Xerxes, Father used half of the country's population to create his "container", which was in reality a pale copy of the body of Van Hohenheim.
Van was a former slave turned brilliant alchemist whose blood was originally used to create Father back then referred to simply as "The Dwarf in the Flask" by the Xerxesian king's chief alchemist.
By using the souls from the population of Xerxes, Father himself became a living Philosopher's Stone of sorts and thus gained a long-lasting body, as well as the ability to create other Homunculi like himself.
The Homunculi were created by injecting a Philosopher's Stone imbued with one of Father's seven basic vices broken off from Father's own Philosopher's Stone, into the body of a living being.
Five of the Homunculi are based on and have exactly the same composition as humans, which were either artificial bodies transmuted from Father or naturally occurring humans; Envy is based on a disturbing leviathan creature created by Father; and Pride is created from Father's own semi-divine essence, being, and image.
If the Homunculus is based on a natural person like with Wrath and the Second Greed , the stone and the body of the human clash until one overcomes the other.
Most often than not, the stone wins, and the human dies, though sometimes the human wins. All Homunculi dissolve to dust whenever they reach their ultimate death.
This is the psychological effect of their being born with immense strengths. Many of the Homunculi even have ill feelings towards humans.
Out of the Homunculi, the sadistic Envy is the one who hates and treats them the most personally and with utmost bitterness, while Pride has the evilest malice, disdain, discrimination, prejudice and contempt towards humans.
Greed is the only Homunculus that does not openly hate humans in any respect, although it is unclear what he really thought of them before being bonded with Ling Yao.
In Chapter 80 , it is revealed that the Amestrian government, presumably under the supervision of Father, has created an army of lesser Homunculi whose soulless bodies are stored beneath Central Command.
They are then injected with Philosopher's Stones, giving them life. These "Mannequin Soldier" Homunculi are white and red, skeletally thin, hairless humanoids with one eye in their foreheads and green "blood".
They lack intelligence and appear only to follow base instincts toward feeding and destruction, similar to the souls within the Philosopher's Stones who have long since forgotten their true identities.
Envy at one point describes them as mere puppets injected with Philosopher's Stones. Their main attack is to try to eat their victim, since they lack the thoughts of doing much else.
Envy also uses their bodies and their souls to recreate his original body after being reduced to a small parasite from having his own Philosopher's Stone drained.
They do not regenerate as Father's children do, but are able to keep functioning even if their heads are grievously damaged.
They seem to make similar vocalizations to the souls of the people of Xerxes trapped in Envy crying out for help or relations and complaining that they are in pain , but they seem to want to get rid of their 'pain' by eating everything except each other.
They are awakened in Chapter 90 by one of the generals of Central Command in an attempt to quell the insurrection going on in the city. For this foolish act, he is devoured by the monsters, who have no sense of loyalty or authority.
From there, these Mannequin Soldiers begin to spread about the Central Command grounds, devouring anyone they come across. Major General Armstrong manages to remove several of them as a threat by severing their heads, at least at the upper jaw, leaving them mobile, but unable to eat anyone.
Colonel Roy Mustang devises his own method of incapacitating them by burning off their legs with Flame Alchemy in the anime version, he instead incinerates them completely to ash.
Because of the divergence in plotline in the anime, the origins, identities, and secrets of Homunculi differ from those of the manga and second television series.
In the anime, Homunculi are said to be created each time an alchemist attempts a Human Transmutation.
While the transmutation itself will result in a failure in that the person intended to be revived does not return as expected, a new existence is brought about.
The result of the failed Human Transmutation will be a grotesque, vaguely humanoid monstrosity retaining the genetic material, as well as some of the memory, of the resurrected.
The "failed" Homunculus generally remains in this agonizing state until it dies soon after. However, newly created Homunculi who come into contact with Red Stones —much weaker versions of the Philosopher's Stone created by condensing human souls—and consume large amounts of them will have their bodies reshaped into their intended forms and become exact physical replicas of the people they were meant to replace.
The English dub of the anime goes so far as to state that Homunculi aren't failed human transmutations, but that they are simply incomplete. Homunculi all carry the form of human beings, albeit some of them with exaggerated features.
Wrath, indirectly betrayed by the weapon he uses to assert his feelings of anger, is killed by a serial killer: a serial killer who has overcome his own wrath.
The story of Hiromu Arakawa simply hums with irony and symbolism. Her genius continues to shine as the series progresses!
However, he is defeated, and it seems that his sense of pride vanishes thereafter. Perhaps then, it is still right to say that Pride dies.
The sin of pride causes us to look inwards, focusing only on our own personal ego, and also to look down at others, and how they have failed, and also to look above others, thinking them unimportant.
Thus, it is fitting that Arakawa makes Pride one of the most powerful Homunculi, if not the most powerful. Ominously, Pride is depicted as an innocent little boy, who acts like a normal child in one moment, but then in the next, has the voice of an evil spirit, and the stare of one who is possessed.
It all makes sense: pride, being the father of all sins, is so easily overlooked, like an innocent, little boy.
And yet, like an evil spirit, it is able to possess us. Pride is defeated by the main protagonist, Edward Elric Ed.
Unfortunately for Pride, his body has begun falling apart, due to the length of his life and the intensity of the battles he has been in.
Edward is only able to do this, however, when Pride is distracted. Kimblee accuses Pride of stooping from his dignity as a Homunculus to take the body of a human.
Envy wanted to be like humans, and thus he killed himself; Pride stooped for something lower than what he actually was, and lost his edge in the battle.
The next time we see Pride in the epilogue of the show, it would appear that his pride has utterly vanished. It is also worth mentioning that, earlier in the series, Ed always seems to be a prideful, little brat.
And now, in the finale of the show, his character has obviously grown a little more humble…and humility is the opposite of pride.
It sure seems fitting then, that the newly humble Ed defeats the personification of the sin of pride. The last Homunculus to die is Greed.
He wants to be all powerful. He is blatantly the embodiment of greed. Greed, for the most part, is actually on the side of the good guys, since he shares a body with Ling Yao, a friend of Edward.
He sacrifices himself. How does Greed die, and why does he sacrifice himself? Yes, in the end, Greed dies because he realizes that his friends are all he ever needed to be satisfied.
The answer to getting rid of greed is to look at what we have and be thankful, and focus on bettering the lives of others, instead of ourselves.
Many lessons, as we learned, are able to be taken away from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The sins of lust, gluttony, envy, sloth, wrath, pride, and greed are all present in our world today.
But, like in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood , all of them can be defeated. And Sloth was a giant tunnel digging homunculus.
And most of the homunculi in the FMA have sad backstories but I do think that they know brotherhood is because they explain who father is and how he created the homunculi.
I read the manga first so when I watched Fullmetal Alchemist I was disappointed. The 13h if I remember correctly episode was hilarious. Thank you for this piece on FMA Brotherhood.
Specially since I like symbolism. It would be nice to see the character representing Lust to be either androgynous or male.
The entire deadly sins thematic is a bit problematic for me and shot through with overt Christian moralizing, abstracting elements of the human condition far more complex than a singular moniker can explain.
Having an androgynous or male Lust would definitely add an interesting twist to the symbolism. Men are lustful and seductive too, oftentimes in more sinister ways than women.
I would still consider it fitting to have a female Lust, as women are historically and naturally more beautiful than men, and thus their powers of sensual allurement are greater.
On the note of Christian moralizing, something else that Arakawa does to enrich FMA is draw from many different religions and cultures. There are Christian themes, but also Islamic, Western, and Eastern themes also.
As a Catholic Christian, I appreciated the fact that the enemies were named after well-known sins. This was one of the reasons why I was so inspired to write about this, and I hope that can at least be understood, if not appreciated.
Thank you for your thoughtful comment! I feel like whenever FMA is discussed, the topic largely hinges on differences between the animes or the existence of alchemy or the main characters.
They play a huge role in the story and were perfect reflections or oppositions of the heroes i. When I finally read the manga two years, I was honestly in awe over how much of a genius Arakawa is in the use of alchemy and the parallels to our own world history — but the homunculi were definitely something else that just added so much more to the story, their deaths included.
Absolutely, Arakawa is a genius. I have a confession to make: I used to be rather sexist when it came to story telling; I used to believe that male writers were better than female writers.
I am happy to say that Arakawa completely changed my mind, especially since FMA is one of the greatest stories I have ever encountered. I also liked that you focused on the Homunculi, they each have such interesting back stories and endings.
Great analysis! By far, that is the greatest compliment I have received! The post-anime depression for this anime is totally devastating. Best one too!
Pride was the most interesting homunculi in my opinion. He may not have the most unique powers but the idea of them are pretty cool. He is a complete bad ass and he has the perfect attitude to fit is role.
He is more powerful than the rest. The idea of him being shadows or something like that makes him more menacing. He is also a kid making him creepy and we all assumed at first that he was not that really important to the story or much of anything.
Once we figured out he was a villain was surprising unlike the others where you could tell right off the bat that they were bad. Due to the fact that he is a shadow kid makes him seem kind of creepy.Sie zeigt die Vertreibung und Deportation des Volks der Ishbarier und geht über die menschliche Transmutation auf die Problematik des Klonens ein. Gemeinsam besiegen sie ihn; aus Schmach und Abscheu, dass sie aber El Niño - Jagd Vor Gibraltar ihn oder sich gegenseitig aus Hass einfach töten, bringt Envy sich selbst um. Gluttony kann sich 408 und vermag in seiner Wut alles zu verschlingen. Geben Sie eine Frage ein. Dadurch erlangt er die Der Kuss Im Traume, allein durch Zusammenfügen der Handflächen einen Transmutationskreis zu formen und alchemistische Reaktionen durchführen zu können. Olivier Mira Armstrong gibt nun vor, sich an der Verschwörung der Armeeführung zu beteiligen.