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Episode 46:
 
Tucker agrees to teach Al how to use the Stone, in return for getting to use the Stone himself. He freely admits to knowing about the homunculi presence in the army for many years.
 
Izumi describes her master Dante as a people-hating person.
 
Bradley sends Brigadier General Mustang with the army to the north. Armstrong worries about the security of Central while they wrongfully attack... I mean protect the northern border, but Bradley assures him that Archer can handle it. What??
 
Envy goes nuts, displaying his superhuman strength (since when is he???) upon hearing Hoenheim is destroyed. Dante manipulates Envy into going after the Elrics and doing a little (no, LOTS) harm to them.
 
Tucker tricks Al. He decides to use that big Stone that is Al to restore his daughter Nina. He also admires the genius that is Ed.
 
Lust and Wrath fight with Ed. Ed tries to upset them by asking how badly they want to become human. Lust offers her protection services to Ed if he would make her human with the Stone. Wrath gets pissed off, uses the Lust-hair-locket on Lust, freezing her. Ed swipes the locket off Lust. Lust stabs Wrath in the forhead. Bye bye for now, Wrath.
 
Sloth shows up once Tucker is finished creating his soulless Nina, taunting him that only a very strong will can bind a soul to something. Al sees that the Philosopher's Stone, as it gets used, erodes away, evidenced by the hole in his armor.
 
-Yeah, why DO alchemists keep their work secret if it is meant for the good of the people? Wait, that's not learning anything...
-the Gregorian calendar hasn't been used in over 400 years
-Fury has a malignant athlete's foot affecting his brain
-Dante created Greed and Pride; Hoenheim created Envy.

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