For those unaware, in FMA a character hid vital information by disguising his notes as recipes. The protagonists have to spend a few weeks deciphering shjt before they can figure out what it is they're looking for.
All I wanted to do was bake a German Chocolate Truffle cake, but the next thing I know I’m learning how to commit mass genocide just to make a stupid rock
@Thane of Deez, and even after all of that, you can't save one little girl
@Thane of Deez, *looks after the recipe*
'maraschino syrupy can be used in place of human souls'
"Now they tell me"
I'd recommend FMAB over FMA. Follows manga a little closer, but also I'd recommend both as FMA will leave you wanting more
@MavHunter, fmab is definitely better, but it rushes the beginning bc it assumes you watched fma. Fma is really good, but the ending... Let's just say they needed to make fmab for the real ending bc jeez. Anyway, I think the watch order is like first 10 of fma and then start at like 4 of fmab or something
That doesn't sound right, but I dont know enough about Full Metal Alchemist to refute it.
@fettman1138, I can assure you that is exactly what happened.
@fettman1138, would recommend watching. Only 51 episodes
@fettman1138, it's not the whole story, but it is an important plot point
@fettman1138, watched it last year. That is legit what happened.
Just get to the recipe would you!?