As one shared journey ends, many journeys begin. Those most touched by the conflict which surrounded the Philosopher's Stone now go their separate ways. One thing is certain: they will meet again.

Episode Notes

  • This episode is adapted from content in Chapter 108: Journey's End.
  • This is the final episode of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
  • The image which appears in the background of this episode's title card is, instead of being an alchemical symbol as usual, a map of Amestris.
  • The early scenes involving Mustang in this episode are notably different from the manga. In the manga, he is shown in a makeshift field hospital immediately following the battle, sitting alone in despair, when he is approached by Drs. Knox and Marcoh. Marcoh offers to give Mustang a Philosopher's Stone to trade for regaining his eyesight, but only if Mustang will reform the country's Ishval policy, which he agrees. In the episode, similar events take place later in a hospital room shared by Mustang and Hawkeye, but reforming the Ishval policy is Mustang's idea, and he is already working on it with his subordinates when Drs. Knox and Marcoh arrive.
  • In this episode, Edward teases Alphonse about his attachment to May, something that the manga never sought to establish.
  • In Chapter 108 of the manga, Jerso and Zampano reveal themselves to have taken up alchemy, presumably under Alphonse's tutelage, but that fact and their personal conversation regarding it are left out of this episode.
  • Edward's inner monologue regarding the Fullmetal Heart was originally a message from Hiromu Arakawa to fans which she included in the manga's epilogue.
  • The picture at the end depicting Edward and Winry's new family is staged in such a way that it is reminiscent of the family portrait that Van had taken with Trisha. However, while the manga only depicted this new picture with the Elric brothers, Winry, May and the two children, Garfiel and Paninya appear in the version depicted in this episode.
  • The English dub refers to Den as a male, while in the Manga and sub Den is a female.
  • In the epilogue, Ling becomes the Emperor of Xing.
  • Like the preceding episode, this episode begins without an opening theme, and rather shows the series title. "Ray of Light" plays as an insert song. "Hologram" plays during the epilogue of the series.

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