Fullmetal Alchemist: What Are The Real Powers Of Homunculus Gluttony?

In the work of Hiromu Arakawa, Fullmetal alchemist The main opponents are played by the Homunculus, very powerful beings who take their name from the seven deadly sins and represent a fundamental element in the immense and ambitious plan of the Father.

The homunculus are a far cry from the archetype of the classic villain of a Shonen series, and although some of them still manage to hold their own in close combat against the protagonists, there are several traits that they act with a more strategic approachand if there is one of them seven who is not in the least inclined to face-to-face confrontation, it is gluttony.

Gluttony is often considered the weakest of the homunculusIn fact, his skills have proven extremely useful on numerous occasions. From his first appearance it was clear how different he was from lust and envy. Your small group was led by Lustwho was able to show his skills as a great assassin thanks to his Perfect Lance, while Envy was responsible for gathering information thanks to the ability to change form, and Gluttony was in all of this the person who was the target in particular through his Sense of smell identified developed.

Likewise Wrath, also known as King Bradley, will use this gluttony ability to his advantage In order to locate and confront Fu, Lan Fan and Ling Yao, Pride himself realizes during the fight against Edward's group in the forest that he has to rely on the power of Comrade Homunculus. Another ability of gluttony is that of be able to eat it alland when useful, for example, when Lust's group killed Father Cornello, and to hide the evidence of Father Gluttony's plans, they literally devoured the body.

After all, gluttony was used by the father as a guinea pig to create a false portal of truth. All these powers only underline the uniqueness of gluttony, which differs from the other homunculus mainly in its poor fighting ability, but is characterized by things that the companions cannot in the least.

Recall that according to fans, there is no way to hate Maes Hughes, and we'll leave the Briggs fortress to be featured on the series.

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