|Pride (2003 Series)|
|Place of Creation||Created By Dante|
|Date of Creation||Unknown|
|Age||Unknown (likely to be 4th oldest)|
Super Strength Regeneration Age Swordsmanship Ultimate Sight
|Unique Trait||Ultimate Eye|
|Goal||To possess a Philosopher's Stone for the benefit of his master.|
Pride (プライド) is the identity of Fuhrer President Bradley in the 2003 Series. Created by Dante, he has reached the top of the State Military in order to pull the strings of society to create a Philosopher's Stone for her. By possessing the title of 'Fuhrer' King Bradley, enabling him to carry out his reign with little opposition, as well as possessing the heightened abilities of a Homunculus, Pride's position makes him the most powerful entity in the world.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
This Homunculus has been gifted with two abilities, unlike his brethren. The ultimate form of vision, which is accompanied by his extraordinary swordsmanship, as well as the unique ability to age. Unlike his manga counterpart, Wrath, Pride has retained the ability to regenerate any wound. This regenerative ability was demonstrated to its fullest degree when allowing "his entire body to explode" whilst battling Roy Mustang. Pride also appears the strongest Homunculus, more so than Envy who the oldest. Rather than a testament to his powers growing with age, he is rather a more advanced and perfected Homunculus according to Dante.
Personality and AppearanceEdit
He has retained the exact same appearance and personality as his manga counterpart, although, for unknown reasons; he seeks to become a human.
- Pride is the name thought to be given to the strongest Homunculus. However, it's possible that the 2003 incarnation of Envy is stronger than Pride.
- Another plot hole is that Pride can age yet also regenerate: the reasons behind this have not been disclosed in the series. Note that the concept of a human-based Homunculus was never covered in the 2003 anime.
- It's currently unclear if he has any genuine feelings towards his wife like his manga counterpart does, through the way he looks down on mankind, and the fact that he mercilessly strangled his son in a fit of rage makes it very unlikely.
|Father | Lust | Gluttony | Envy | Greed | Sloth | Pride | Wrath|
|Wrath | Sloth | Pride|