Author has written 11 stories for Fullmetal Alchemist.
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I love Fullmetal Alchemist. I'm in my 20's. I live in New York City. I started writing fanfics as a creative outlet solely for myself, and only uploaded Perfect Blood on a whim. When it got shockingly good feedback, I kept going. It seems to have snowballed a bit, and I'm okay with that.
I never thought I would be such an angsty writer. But now that it seems I am, I can't say I'm completely surprised. I've always been obsessed with morbid things in artistic, stylized settings. I'm also incredibly romantic for someone who hates sentimental greeting cards and uses humor as a defense mechanism.
I'm not actually a big anime lover. There have been a few in the past that I've enjoyed, but FMA and FMAB are the only ones I've watched repeatedly in their entireties. I think the reason I love it so much is because even though its a fantasy, it has so much realism. It manages to feel so believable, probably because its set in a world so strongly resembling Industrial Revolution era Europe, and automail isn't a far cry from some of the incredible advancements our society had made in the field of prosthetics. Alchemy is a science, even if it's manifested in a different form in the real world, and FMA deals with so many real issues that our society deals with today: The Military, War, Totalitarianism, Murder, Family values, Love and Loss, Science, the Human Condition.
That realism set into something make-believe helps make it easy to put the characters of FMA in Alternate Universes similar to the one we live in, and I've enjoyed experimenting with that.