The Elrics, realizing alchemy has yet to unlock the mysteries of creating life, feel powerless when a new friend goes into labor. Winry, however, jumps into action with a young thief named Paninya.

Episode Notes

  • This episode is adapted from content in Chapter 17: The Boomtown of the Broken Down, Chapter 18: The Value of Sincerity and Chapter 19: I'll Do It for You Guys!.
  • In this episode, it is stated that Dominic lives in the mountains because of the high-quality ores that are out there, but in the corresponding manga chapter, it is implied that he simply dislikes people.
  • The incident involving the lightning-struck bridge and Edward's failure to repair it are left out of this episode, as well as Dominic's horror upon hearing Winry is related to his old, unpleasant acquaintance "The Pantheress of Resembool". Dominic's assistance in introducing Winry to Garfiel is more of a sign of thanks in the anime, whereas, as stated before, it was fear in the manga.
  • Ed's arm-wrestling match is also cut. This was how all the passersby came to marvel at his arm after seeing its prowess, but in the anime, they just spot it while he's walking, noting its unique design.
  • Near the end of the episode, as Ed and Al board the train to Dublith, they pass three wanted posters at the station - one depicting Scar, one depicting Yoki and one depicting Greed.

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