Barry just looked fat to me not muscular. And that big change from the slender Barry the Chopper in the original Anime to the fat man in Brotherhood is exactly why I choose him as Gluttony in the first place. I kinda imagined it being that Barry the Chopper when he was actually human would look more like he did in the original anime. After his soul ended up in the armor and his body becomes Gluttony he'd just start eating crap till he turns into the Brotherhood version. Though he would still have the mark on his tongue because he's gluttony where else would it be? Also out of all the characters in the two anime, he always struck me as the one with the most drastic change in appearance. Don't get me wrong, the original Greed I think had a much better design and better embodied the Sin in what little time he had. But it just kind of annoys me that he shows up just to die in both series. Ling didn't really seem Greedy at all, in fact quite the opposite because everything he did was out of devotion to his people as the ruler of his own nation. The only thing is he had more of a character arc in the series. I really want to like the first Greed but he's in the opening credits for the show longer than he's actually in the show itself. Even in Brotherhood, he lasted a little bit longer but not by much. Ling was Greed for the longest and we actually got to see him developed as a normal human character before becoming Greed. Because of that he ended up being a more interesting character. And I'd rather have one definitive Greed. Plus since I'm combining aspects of the different versions anyway, I can keep his character arc and then have him as a much different more Greedy character once Ling dies. Well the others did have to constantly check up on him. He wasn't constantly digging cause every chance he got he would just fall asleep in the middle of work. Hell even when he was actually moving half the time it seemed like he was sleep walking, not really aware of anything going on around him. I know officially he was male. Making him a woman is entirely from my own head cannon cause the character always appeared like a flat chested female to me. As I mentioned before, some women actually do have flat chests. While most women develop breasts during puberty some actually remain flat chested till their first pregnancy. Being that Envy has presumably never been pregnant before since she was created from a girl who died before birth it would make sense that she could still have a flat chest. As for the voice, I was actually talking about the English voice actor. Ed and Al being voiced by women is actually quite common because they're kids not adults. Though I believe in the original Anime they were actually voiced by kids and you can hear how their voices have changed when they were brought back for the animated movie cause they were about 10-12 when the series started and about 13-14 in the movie. In Brotherhood they were voiced by adult women. The difference with Envy is that he is an adult so his voice should be much deeper than the 12 year old Ed Elric. Also I just looked it up and he was voiced by a woman in Japan too but I was talking about Windy Powell the English voice actress for both versions of Envy. Also I had it wrong before, Ed was actually the same guy in both show. Only Al went from being voiced by an actual kid who hit puberty at some point while working on the original anime to a woman pretending to be a little boy in Brotherhood. That must of been odd for Ed going from working with another dude as his brother to working with a woman as his brother. For some reason I thought the entire cast was different but some characters are actually the same in both anime... I wish Scott McNeil was brought back for Brotherhood, especially since it would mean voicing Father as well as Hohenheim. Confidence is a form of Pride. Also, I wouldn't call someone who doesn't show their anger wrathful. That shows control, an ability to hold back your anger is a good thing. I've seen people who get angry at the littlest things, things that they wouldn't even care about if they stopped and took a moment to calm down. People with some serious anger management issues. Wrath isn't someone who rarely gets mad, that's a person who doesn't sweat the small stuff. Someone who realizes it's not that big a deal. Wrath is someone who is easily pissed off by the most mundane and meaningless thing. Wrath is a child throwing a temper tantrum when he doesn't get his way. The whole point of Wrath is that it's a form of anger where the raw emotion of whatever you're mad about is in control. Being calm, cool, and calculated in your attacks, that's impossible under the influence of Wrath. Even the most skilled fighter will lash out wildly in frustration when they're losing. You never see that with Bradely, he's always in control because he doesn't think he can lose, that's Pride not Wrath. Plus he was a brat and was totally ok with killing his own allies if they pissed him off. It seemed fitting to have Al's body rather than another dead infant and better explains how he ended up with Ed's arm and leg when they were both taken at the same time. Personality wise Brotherhood's Pride was much creepier, that kid scared the crap out of me. The original Anime's Wrath, while I kinda like his origin the personality of the character was kinda... well he was more just sad and pathetic than a true Wrath. He was also a terrible villain cause I pretty much just felt sorry for him the entire time he was on screen. I should not be sympathizing with the evil soulless villain child. If he were a real child then sure, but he's an artificial human with no soul. I don't want to have sympathy for him, I want to be terrified of the devil child. So he gets the personality of Brotherhood Pride, that terrifying little demon child.