(To the side is roy's transmutation circle thats on his glove :D)
"Mom I can explain." I said, I felt defeated.
"I know you can, but I don't want to hear it, you disappear and all I get is a box with your fathers' ashes. I don't care if it's not legal. I disown you." She said, sweetly.
I sighed, that hit close to the heart. "Alright, can I stop by and pick up a few things?" Whatever the answer was, I was still going back.
"Yes, just bring that general with you; I need to have a personal word with him." As she spoke the evil crept back into her tone.
I felt the blood drain from my face, I spoke again weakly. "He's a Cornel, and you're not going to hurt him, he saved my life."
"Whatever, I'll see you in a few days."
"Don't hold your breath!" I screamed into the phone before she hung up. I shook my head and made my way back to the table. As I sat down, I noticed everyone was quiet and looking at me. I bowed my head in silent apology and began to eat again.
After dinner, I decided to explore the house. I quickly found an alchemy haven. There we books lining the walls and filling up the space of the room. I walk along them, intrigued. I picked up a few and headed back to my room.
I dived into one the books, it was simple, but the way it was written made an interesting point of view. Soon, I was finishing off the books like a burning match, yet on the last one I couldn't hold up and fell slowly to sleep.
I awoke the next morning to a zapping noise, spilling the books that were on my lap to the floor. I shook my head, clearing it of haze. I looked around the room, books on the floor, a new outfit on the chair, goo-
"ALL ALCHEMIST UP AND READY TO GO. MEET BY RIVER." I fell out of bed in shock as I looked up; a horn/speaker was coming from the ceiling. Amazing, I thought as I got changed and picked up the room, slipping the books under my bed.
The attire I was forced to wear was black shorts and a long white shirt that I had to tuck in. I laughed to myself as I made my way to the bathroom. Shoes, I thought, I didn't bring any.
I gazed into the mirror at a healthy looking stranger. My brown hair seemed healthy but still a bit pale, but my eyes where an electrifying green. I ignored my eyes; they didn't seem to be mine anymore.
I made my way out of the house; everyone seemed to be outside already. My theory was proven when I stepped out the door and bumped into Mustang.
"Thanks for keeping us waiting," He said dragging me towards the river. "We had to suffer though another one of Armstrong's fits!"
I ignored the scolding, and went with the more innocent thing. "Hey Mustang," He turned his head towards me, raising an eyebrow. "Thanks." I said with a small smile as he turned forward again.
He let go and I followed him at a slower pace, seeing the gang all by the river. I arrived shortly after Mustang, Edward started to speak. "Alright, today we're going to train. It's for the sake of not getting rusty, and seeing what this newbie can do." He gestured to me and I blushed on cue.
He set up fighting partners, believe it or not, I was stuck with Al. Ed instructed us to start with hand to hand with no Alchemy.
"Do you know any self-defense or offense?" Al asked me as we spread apart.
"Just a little, but I'll do my best." He nodded then shot at me like a bullet.