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13 December 2005 @ 05:23 am
The English Alchemist (Part IX)  
Well, the FMA community has been thrown into its monthly chaos thanks to the latest manga chapter. And in the midst of this chaos, what better to restore order than a lesson from Izumi Curtis? Brace yourselves, everyone, and don't forget to don your protective gear before entering the classroom...

(Once again, here is a SPOILER WARNING! This book draws on the ENTIRE SERIES for its examples, which means it is chockablock with spoilers. You have been warned.)

And so, without further ado, I bring you, scanned and translated where necessary...the ninth installment of The English Alchemist!

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Izumi's Lesson: Destruction, Diarrhea, and Domestic Abuse

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Coming next time...a lesson passed down through the Armstrong family for generations! ^_^

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The English Alchemist (Part I)
The English Alchemist (Part II)
The English Alchemist (Part III)
The English Alchemist (Part IV)
The English Alchemist (Part V)
The English Alchemist (Part VI)
The English Alchemist (Part VII)
The English Alchemist (Part VIII)
 
 
Current Mood: productiveproductive
Current Music: Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Revenge of the Sugar Plum Fairy
 
 
A Guy Named Goo: Ed/Izumi Forget Regret by okamihoshiaguynamedgoo on December 13th, 2005 04:11 pm (UTC)
You truly learn something new every day. Actually, I may have heard something to that effect once in the past (my best friend was a foreign exchange student in Japan when she was in high school), but if she mentioned it, I have long forgotten it. So I guess you relearn something new every day. ^_^
Arijan (pronounced "AH-ree-yawn")tobu_ishi on December 13th, 2005 04:24 pm (UTC)
*grins* Try living here. Sometimes it feels like I'm learning something new every minute.

Also, your Izumi icons make me exceedingly happy. XD
A Guy Named Goo: Izumi Anti-Sueaguynamedgoo on December 13th, 2005 04:26 pm (UTC)
Thanks. ^_^ If you see any you like, feel free to take them. Just credit me if there's no credit, and credit whoever made them when there is a credit.