|Affiliations||Amestrian State Military|
|Goal||To be granted immortality in exchange for Amestrian citizens|
|First Appearance||Chapter 50|
Episode 24: Inside the Belly (2009 series)
|Voice Actor||Brett Weaver|
Brigadier General Clemin was a member of the Amestrian Military Command and as such, is in on Father's plan for The Promised Day and has sold out his country for the sake of his own immortality. Clemin is in charge of locating and arresting Izumi Curtis for use as a Human Sacrifice and also commands the ground troops when Roy Mustang's platoon begins their attack on Central Command. He gives rather harsh orders, caring only about the outcome of the battle, commanding that all of the rebels be killed but Mustang (who still has to serve as a Human Sacrifice), gives permission to shoot Mrs. Bradley if need be and prepares an order to fire on the civilian residential area outside the Central Command gate. He is eventually captured by the soldiers from Briggs and held hostage in Chapter 96 just before he could order a counterattack on the Briggs Tank full knowing that there were civilians nearby.
Knowing full well Father's plans, Clemin becomes erratic once the eclipse arrives and he is still being held captive. He furiously shouts to his captors to "put him at the center", or else he will die. Clemin's soul is one of the millions absorbed by Father at the climax of The Promised Day, but thanks to the efforts of Van Hohenheim, he is brought back to life very much confused for what's happened.
After the Final Battle, he is shown arrested with his colleague Brigadier General Edison as the only surviving members of Central Command (not counting Olivier Mira Armstrong as she defected from them during the battle). Both are blamed as part of the mastermind on trying to destroy the entire population of Amestris through an Alchemical Experiment.
- Clemin's name is pronounced as "Cremin" in the English dub.
- His name could also be seen as ironic, as clemency is another word for "merciful", something that General Clemin definitely is NOT (especially when he orders the squad to fire on a civilian sector regardless of the harm to innocents that would almost inevitably follow).