Most Emotional Fullmetal Alchemist Moments
This scene causes some really interesting weather patterns when watched. It rains wherever you watch it, even INDOORS!
Really hit me hard. May sound pathetic, but I cried for almost an hour. The next episodes felt empty without his humor and Elicia's reaction made me feel even worse.
RIP- Lt. col. Maes Hughes.
Nothing worse than seeing his daughter screaming at his funeral, nothing worse at all!
"No, Why are they burying daddy. He has work to do! Mommy! "
This is really sad, especially if you look up the lyrics to "Trisha's Lullaby." Just do it- you'll see what I mean-
Everything here is emotional but I feel like ninas death had more impact throughout the story besides their mother, but ninas death was more crazy and emotional because trisha was only dieing of sickness, and maes hughes was just shot, while nina was transmutated by a crazed father and then had her head blown up by scar
This scene almost made me cry, and not many things make me emotional.
2003 was awesomely sad. It was horrifying, but really REALLY well done.
This is where just about everyone united in hating Shou Tucker.
I cried so much. The pain in Al's voice as he says it and Ed and Winry's reactions were too much for my hecking emotions.
I really loved how this scene reflected Edward's more human-side. He was terrified as he fought Barry, we could all tell. He was still just a kid, you wouldn't expect him to fight bravely with his chest puffed out. Instead, you see him scramble for his life, just barely surviving and managing to save Winry. It was so real and dark, it even brought me to the edge of my seat in my first viewing.
The last thing Ed needed when he was still brooding over Nina's death.
It was JUST so sad! I mean this guy went through so much and just wanted it all to end..and then at the end he got everything he wanted. His sons loved him. And at his last moments he truly felt alive.
When Hohenheim offers himself to bring Alphonse back, and Ed refuses telling him if he ever says something that dumb again, he'll knock him out. It's the first time Ed ever shows love towards his father, and it gets me every time.
People may disagree with me, but I found this death a lot sadder than Hughes's death. While yes, Hughes's death was so sad, I found Ed's sadder due to how much Ed's been through. I mean, Hughes had a happy family and a happy life, Ed on the other hand lost EVERYTHING. And to realize the truth about Envy and being killed by him just makes it sadder. Sure he may have come back later on, but that moment was so sad I nearly cried, and I barely cry during a character death in any source of media - TheDarkOne_221b
One of the reasons I prefer 2003 over Brotherhood is because Lust was much more developed. In 2003, she's been going through so many memories as a human and how she was born, but in Brotherhood, she's just a bland character.
All she wanted was to be human, yet Edward never tried to help her. Even though, like Lust pointed out, Al is liek her too, he has no body or a actual soul. Even after that she helps Ed recover Al from Tucker and aids in weakening Sloth. Her last words are haunting...