Mustang must make a difficult choice: will he break alchemy’s greatest taboo? Or will he watch the person dearest to him die? Meanwhile, it grows ever more difficult to discern where Ling ends and Greed begins.

Episode Notes

  • This episode is adapted from content in Chapter 100: Holding the Gate and Chapter 101: The Fifth Human Sacrifice.
  • The scene of Greed and Wrath hanging off the side of the fortress is changed somewhat. When Wrath throws the broken piece of sword at the Briggs soldier trying to shoot him, it hits him in the leg in the manga, but stabs his arm in the anime.
  • Ling's outfit is changed ever so slightly from the manga. In the manga, he is wearing the sleeveless shirt underneath his trenchcoat from the start. However, here, the shirt underneath the coat was another two sleeved kind of shirt, which he rips into the sleeveless manga outfit. This was presumably done for dramatic effect.
  • Due to the previous episode including a scene in which Izumi fills Olivier in on the Gate, this episode has a slight continuity error. The conversation did not take place in the manga, so thus when Izumi disappears, Olivier asks "What is the Gate?" just as in the manga, apparently forgetting that Izumi already told her about it one episode prior. This mistake is present in both the original Japanese and English dub.
  • There is someone that looks like Dante in this episode. She is seen with an old man, presumably her husband, discussing the activities in Central.
  • Captain Buccaneer is given a silent titlecard.

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