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30 July 2004 @ 06:55 pm
Episode 31 screenshots and Envy Theories  
Instead of making two separate posts, I'm doing this all at once.

Episode 31 screenshots can be found here. There's 94 of them.

Armstrong X 1
Ed X 8
Fuery X 1
Sheska X 1
Izumi X 11
Kimblee X 9
Roy X 2
Scar X 4
Rick X 1
Misc. X 1
Group X 28
Envy X 11
Greed X 7
Sloth X 3
Wrath X 5


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Where to start?

In episode 31, Greed started a sentence concerning Envy, and the trailed it off. He started saying something about Envy being the "most powerful". At least according to Sonchou, he did.

As we know, Envy managed to trap and seal Greed. He also hates "That Person". And there seems to be a tense air around him and Sloth.

Maybe he sealed Greed because he and Greed had gotten into some sort of power struggle. Maybe he hates "That Person" because That Person took his power from him. And he seems to be awefully angry at Sloth whenever she tries/does tell him what to do.

Envy = most powerful Homonculis and therefore leader of the Sins? I like to hope so.



Idea's? Input? Think I should shut up? I'd like to hear it ^^;;
 
 
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Appetizers for men! POW!jpegasus on July 30th, 2004 06:10 pm (UTC)
ah, the way I saw it translated was "Ah, Hello Ultimate--oh wait, you liked to be called a monster" because Envy greets Greed as "hello Ultimate Shield". I figured Greed was going to call Envy by whatever his "ultimate whozzaa" name is. Lust, for example, is the Ultimate Halbred, while Manga!Wrath is the Ultimate Eye. :)
skeptisch: Guardian... [Fulle/Deafault]lelldorin on July 30th, 2004 06:28 pm (UTC)
Hm... an interesting idea. My own theories are based mostly on the manga... Greed left the other homunculi because he wasn't allowed to exercise his desire for material posessions while working for "father", in the manga. In the anime, I think it was probably something similar - he left the others because he wanted freedom to do what he wanted. Envy was probably sent after him with the skull to punish him, and he did. I think Envy's hatred of "That Person" has nothing to do with Greed - it's more of him being a rebellious underling - i.e., he thinks he can do a better job. Because, you'll notice, no matter how much he says he hates "that person", he's obviously too afraid to do what Greed did, and just leave, and he does do what he was ordered to do... eventually.