Differences in Sins Between Fullmetal Alchemist and Brotherhood

Fullmetal Alchemist is a popular anime that has two different series: the original 2003 anime and Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. While many of the characters are the same in both series, there are some notable differences, especially when it comes to the Homunculi, the powerful and sinister beings that play a central role in the story.

In the Fullmetal Alchemist manga and Brotherhood, the Homunculi are created beings who take after the seven deadly sins, with each one representing a specific aspect of the villain. However, in the 2003 anime, the Homunculi work differently. In this series, each Homunculus represents an attempt at reviving a dead person via human transmutation. As a result, the Sins in this series have unique backstories and personalities that are quite different from those in Brotherhood.

The two Homunculi that differ the most between the two series are Sloth and Wrath. In Brotherhood, Sloth is a giant with exceptional strength who spends much of his time digging. In the 2003 anime, however, Sloth is based on the failed attempt at resurrecting Ed and Al’s mother, and is a water-based Homunculus with surprising strength. Meanwhile, Wrath in Brotherhood is actually the secret identity of King Bradley, the leader of Amestris. In the 2003 anime, however, Wrath is a child who was created in an attempt to bring Izumi Curtis’s stillborn child back to life. He has a close relationship with Sloth, who he considers his mother. In the 2003 anime, the character that would later become Wrath in Brotherhood is instead known as Pride.

The differences between the two versions of Fullmetal Alchemist go beyond just the Homunculi, of course. In Brotherhood, Pride takes the form of Bradley’s son Saleem, whereas in the 2003 anime, he doesn’t exist at all. Meanwhile, Greed is the only Homunculus who is replaced entirely in the story of Brotherhood. In the original series, Greed does appear, but his abilities and personality are somewhat different from those of the second Greed, who possesses the body of the Brotherhood-exclusive character Ling.

Despite the differences between the two series, the Homunculi are still among the most memorable and fascinating characters in Fullmetal Alchemist. Both versions have their own unique takes on the Homunculi, with the 2003 anime’s versions offering a darker and more complex perspective. Fans of the series are likely to have their own preferences when it comes to which version of the Homunculi they prefer, but regardless of which series one watches, the Homunculi are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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