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Field Report.
Completed by: Major Leo Di Rossi (Codename : TERRA)
Compiled by: Sergeant Amecus Rye

During the second investigation of the room under the mine, there was a little cave-in. It showed that the west wing of the mine is very dangerous, and typically harmful. The cave in luckily didn't prove any fatalities, and all of the men that went are still accounted for.

There were many more hospital rooms, but none other had bodies, thankfully.

We found sodium chloride on many of the worktables. Samples have been taken.

The machinery and such date back to the late 1870's, just recently. There seemed to be an organization down here, most likely a secret one. All of the reports are written in code, especially the ones we found in Amestrian and Drachman. Also, there seems to be another third language that has not been recorded.

More to be seen later. The investigation of the mine has been left off for next month.

To : ( Major General ) Edward Elric ; Codename : FULLMETAL
Briggs Control Center
Northern Wall

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Notes

- Remember to give Hawkeye the new files. Tell her to give them to the General.

- Apparently, there's a map room. Gotta visit.

- Pick up lab reports.

- Don't die.

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7th of November, 1918

I'm really starting to feel guilty about the Christmas thing. It's been grating hard on my nerves, but I can't do anything about it. I'll just have to make sure that this doesn't happen again next year. Writing this to Win is especially painful - how will she react?

The mine's incident is clearing up faster than I thought.

Obviously, they were trying to create some super-human type thing from steroids. It didn't work out too well, and the chemicals in the mines and the fumes reacted with the drug, creating an anti-reaction that either kills the human or sends them to a de-activated state; or, in other words, a coma. Most of those were expirimented on. Honestly, I don't know how humans could be so cruel sometimes.

Then I remember the Fuhrer of that time.

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From the Journal of,
Edward Elric

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November 8th, 1917

It's alright Ed; I understand why you can't make it home.

Granny has gotten sicker. She's been...in a state for a long time now. Alphonse says that he'll be as bastardly as he wants, and that he gets it from you. Ed, don't let your anger out on those poor men! They've done nothing to you! Matt's there? No wonder - there must be more people from Risembool there too! I haven't seen most people there in a while...

Bombings. Ed, they're bombings. Of course I'd be worried, you alchemy freak.

You better get back home.

Win

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TELEGRAM FOR MAJOR GEN. EDWARD ELRIC (CODENAME ; FULLMETAL )

214 STOP Infection STOP Investigate STOP Do not leave any evidence behind STOP Something odd is going on STOP

FROM : GENERAL OLIVIA M. ARMSTRONG
North City, Briggs, Northern Wall Military Fortress P.O. 666930

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TELEGRAM FOR GENERAL OLIVIA M. ARMSTRONG

I know STOP

FROM : MAJOR GEN. EDWARD ELRIC (CODENAME ; FULLMETAL)
North City, Briggs, Northern Wall Military Fortress P.O. 666930

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Short Part III. Intended to be short. Sorry of the long wait. Broke my leg. :(