|Abilities||Binding a soul to a doll|
|Weapon||Bracelet with a transmutation circle engraving|
|Goal||To create a perfect living doll that is based off his long lost love|
|First Appearance||Episode 4 (2003 series)|
|Voice Actor||Kent Williams|
The Elrics first met Majhal after he saves them from Claus's gang. The Elrics soon discover that Majhal is responsible for the zombies, which are actually mannequins that he created, when Ed notices the noise from the doll is the same sound coming from a section within Majhal's house. Having previously failed at Human Transmutation, Majhal's purpose is to perform a spirit attachment, similar to the one used on Alphonse, to bind the souls of village girls (including Claus's older sister) to create living versions of the doll based on Karin, a former village woman who was the love of his life 20 years ago. However, due to the process being incomplete, the souls were rejecting their new vessels which caused some of these dolls to wander into the village after escaping from his house.
Majhal wanted to try to learn the perfected technique that Ed previously succeeded with in soul binding, but then Claus entered his hidden room unknowingly and Majhal attempted to use her as his latest victim. However, Ed discovered that the mysterious old woman, Lebi, that was hanging around Majhal was the real Karin. In his madness, Majhal refused to believe the truth as he was obsessed with Karin's former youthful beauty and tried to attack them with a sword, but Ed transmuted the blue rose from Karin to knock the sword out of his hand which flew into the air and impaled Majhal through the stomach. Even as he was dying, Majhal still refused to accept the truth and died believing that he would be with Karin again.
Years later, while talking with Winry Rockbell in the Southern slums, Ed admits that while Majhal's death was an accident, he still blames himself for being responsible for the circumstances which led to Majhal dying in the first place, which is a part of the reason why he didn't want her to travel with him and Al anymore, due to the highly increasing number of deaths being involved in their journey.
- For unknown reasons, the Alchemist that appeared when Edward explained the use of codes and signs in alchemy writtings bears intense resemblace to Majhal with same gaunt face and long, dark-brow hair.