List of Fullmetal Alchemist Characters - Protagonists - Edward Elric

Edward Elric

Edward Elric (エドワード・エルリック, Edowādo Erurikku?), the "Fullmetal Alchemist" (鋼の錬金術師, Hagane no Renkinjutsushi?), is the youngest State Alchemist in history. He and his younger brother, Alphonse Elric, scour the world in search of the Philosopher's Stone (賢者の石, Kenja no Ishi?), in the hopes of restoring their bodies. Edward lost his left leg in a failed attempt to revive his mother, Trisha Elric, using Alchemy, and lost his right arm in exchange for attaching Alphonse's soul to a suit of armor. Edward now employs the use of metal prosthetics, known as automail (機械鎧(オートメイル), ōtomeiru?), as replacement limbs. Edward harbors a sharp sensitivity to his short height; a recurring gag in both anime series and the manga is for Edward to overly react to people that call him short. Romi Park and Vic Mignogna voice him in the Japanese and English versions, respectively.ep.1ep.1

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