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Guilt of the One Left Behind [Ch 5] FMA FanficRoy Mustang was in his office filling out paperwork three days after Ed and Al had been moved from that small, Western town to a hospital in Central. Roy believed it was the right decision. They could get better care here in Central, and Roy couldn't afford to miss any more days of work. Besides, ever since Ed woke up he had been getting a lot better. Al's health had been continuing to improve as well. If things kept going the way they were, the boys would be out of the hospital in no time.Guilt of the One Left Behind [Ch 5] FMA Fanfic by MayaAtMidnight
Roy looked up at the clock to see it was around noon, and about time for lunch. Lunch would be nice, especially since he welcomed any excuse to take a break from his workload with open arms. He finished writing his signature on a few more documents and was about to get up when he heard a knock at the door.
"Come in," he said. The door opened and Riza stepped in holding a phone.
"There's a call for you, sir. It's from the hospital," she informed him in a grim tone. Roy's heart skipped a beat. Could t
FullMetal Alchemist - The fallen Gods Chp2.FullMetal Alchemist - The fallen Gods Chp2. by FerAdami
Chapter 2. Arrive
There are days that Edward Elric doesn't sleep well.
The long journey beyond Amestris was over, he had learned much about Western alchemy while his brother was in the Far East to search on Rentanjutsu. But his return wasn't as quiet as predicted: all summed up in short breaks in cheap hotels or spend hours at train to train. At least he had returned to his country and even if it took another two days to reach Resembool, he was already looking forward to being reunited with Alphonse, he had much research to show to his brother and good stories to tell him too.
As his train didn't arrive, Edward took his breakfast in a busy coffee shop in the city of Yectora. Even with the frantic movement of customers, the mind of Ed remained distant when a small commotion at the entrance of the establishment caught his attention. Spying on his desk, it seemed that the manager was barring a peculiar silver-haired girl for no apparent reason what caused him to come out of curiosi
Dream20130714 - The Amestrian Mineshaft IncidentSunday, July 14, 2013Dream20130714 - The Amestrian Mineshaft Incident by Contraltissimo
I had a friend with me. Another girl, I think.
We had fallen down a mineshaft.
But we were past all that at this point; the two of us were in some kind of hospital. The walls and floors and ceilings were light-colored, and clean. Our beds were soft and sweet. White curtains gave us peace and privacy. We were being well taken care of.
But there was something.... off. Was it something we noticed ourselves? Or had we overheard things? Things people weren’t supposed to say around us?
I remember the tame pink coloring of a few scattered scars. We were pretty beat-up by our ordeal, but our bodies were in fairly good working order. Except.... they didn’t feel like our bodies. I know my friend and I took a few slow and easy walks around our surroundings, but.... were we really walking? Were we in our skin? Did our bodies come with us? Or was it only our spirits? Or were these thoughts only the woozily confused result of our acciden
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