Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost. That is alchemy's First Law of Equivalent Exchange. In those days we really believed that to be the world's one and only truth.
@GayShjtSniper, 👍 best I can do as a double upvote
@GayShjtSniper, well said Mr gay shjt sniper.
I have to mention, none of those are for philosophers stones. The bottom left is human transmutation and the bottom right is a reverse transmutation to release the homunculus father's control on alchemy.
They must've used a big protractor.
I’m just amazed that someone actually took the time to draw these
This pleases me
seize the means of production
overthrow the hierarchy
@Polaroid, swooosh....and there it goes.
@x2 6x 9 lol, He's right, they got a counter human-transmutation circle there also so there's nothing to worry about
@Polaroid, that is from a profile called "facts I just made up", not the LA Times, nor LA in general.
@Polaroid, you edited your post to avoid ridicule...cool. Don’t worry bruh. You only came off as slightly stupid. Lol.
What do you mean “amateur”. Anyone who can draw transmutation circles that well and that large for sure isn’t an amateur.
Has anyone else noticed that it’s George Carlin High School? As in the comedian who has repeatedly made fun of children... Either this is a joke or someone didn’t do their research while naming that school...
Remember, kids, read the title BEFORE you post a comment suggesting that the transmutation circles looked familiar.