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Izilen
14 July 2010 @ 12:58 am
Fanart Featuring Team Mustang, drawn by me.


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East City, 1920. A Photograph.
 
 
freakyfeline
14 July 2010 @ 01:43 am
FMA  
FMA fanart and cosplay - http://freakyfeline.livejournal.com/2132.html
 
 
Current Location: my room
Current Mood: mischievousmischievous
 
 
wumei_chang
14 July 2010 @ 08:46 am
Ya! I would like to know which season for this Envy scene?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lC4rd-Y4t3U

Thanks! >w
 
 
Current Location: Office
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
 
 
The Binary Alchemist

Fic: Half Lives, Chapter 3: There Are No Villains—Only Victims

Author:binaryalchemist 

Rating: PG13 to NC17 for yaoi sex and references to domestic violence and spouse abuse.

Pairing: Roy/Ed, references to past Roy/Hughes. There is a het relationship refered to—but it has gone badly. Very badly.

Genre: Hurt/Comfort, Yaoi romance.

WARNING: This is yaoi. If you aren’t comfortable, don’t read. Wank will be ignored.

Spoilers: Years have passed since the Father’s Fall (chapter 108)  Things in Resembool have not gone well and Ed has the scars to prove it, seeking healing and refuge in his work at Central Command…but Roy Mustang has never been one to calmly stand by and see his friends hurt…

SUMMARY : Winry awakes to be confronted with the aftermath of her outburst. Roy recalls a chilling confession from Alphonse—and Ed discovers that friendship doesn’t require logic or explanation—it’s as simple as a hand clasp in the dark

A/N Again, for rueme  , with gratitude for her amazing artALSO--the title has been changed after it was suggested by a reader that I was possibly excusing violence by suggesting that the agressor is a victim too, condoning the violence.  I have changed the title and made a small edit that clarifies this, hopefully.

 

“She made him an arm. She built him a leg. Sounds like in all that time when she should have been focusing on her apprenticeship she was building an Edward Elric in her mind—a fantasy image of Edward as husband, not brother…only it was a bad fit, it seems. But no matter how much she complains or cried—or uses force in her arguments—Ed is still Ed. That won’t change. If she can’t accept that….”Collapse )