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Having recomposed the fluids in Sloth's body, Ed effectively destroys another of the Homunculus once his mother while Winry watches in astonishment.
As soon as she reveals herself, Ed and Al both recognize that is it actually Envy who has disguised himself as her. It is too late, however, as he moves quickly to subdue Al. Unable to do anything, Ed watches as Envy carries Al away.
Enraged that his surrogate mother is dead, Wrath attacks Ed only to be halted by Izumi. Still reeling from having to kill his "mother", Ed is helped by Izumi as they go to find his brother.
Back in Central, the Tlingum brothers are detained by the military after having impersonated the wanted Elric brothers.
Using the uprising as a decoy to lure troops out of Central, Armstrong and Mustang's compatriots hold out against other troops from the military. Back in Central, Mustang and Hawkeye don their disguises and leave the hospital.
Meanwhile, General Hakuro has mobilized an expeditionary force to pursue Mustang's forces. The Fuhrer is also informed of the brothers who impersonated the Elric brothers and orders them executed.
Ed and Izumi launch their attack on Military Headquarters only the find that the Fuhrer has left early. During this time, they find the imposters as well as Ross and Brosh.
Fletcher hands Ed a piece of paper from his father's journal regarding the Fuhrer and Ed races off leaving Izumi to deal with the automail Frank Archer.
While escaping, Ed happens upon Mustang and Hawkeye who are also heading toward the Fuhrer's residence. On the car, the two fill each other in on the recent happenings. In the end, the two decide to part ways.