Reading: Rosé Thomas
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“Holy Mother” (2003 anime)
- Unnamed boyfriend (deceased, manga and 2009 anime only)
- Dead parents, Cain (boyfriend, deceased), baby son (2003 anime only)
- 2 adopted children (first movie only)
Cult of Leto Cornello (former)
Spiritual leader (2003 anime)
To rebuild her town
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Episode 1 ( 2003 Anime )
Episode 3 ( 2009 Anime ) Chapter 1 (Manga)
( 2009 ) Houko Kuwashima (2003), Satsuki Yukino (2009)
Colleen Clinkenbeard Rosé Thomas ( ロゼ・トーマス, Roze Tōmasu ; besides spelled Rose ) is a young daughter live in the eastern Amestrian town of Reole. A early Letoist disciple, Rosé was a devout follower of the assumed prophet Cornello until the Elric brothers Edward and Alphonse intervened in the priest ‘s deception of the town and opened her eyes to the truth. Due to the differences between the original manga storyline and the plot of the 2003 anime serial, Rosé ‘s appearance and fib relevance differ greatly between the two adaptations .
Manga and 2009 Anime
Rosé beginning appears in Chapter 1 of the manga, where she greets the Elric brothers upon their fresh arrival in Reole. After the death of her boyfriend in an accident, Rosé became enamored with Father Cornello ‘s claims that the sunday god Leto was capable of answering any prayer – even the resurrection of the dead – if said entreaty were made by person dear enough and became one of the priest ‘s first believers. She, at first, scoffs at Edward ‘s stem unbelief in resurrection and a higher might, but after the Elrics avail her confront Cornello and reveal that his “ miracles ” were the solve of chemistry and his “ great cause ” a selfish pursuit of military office, she collapses spiritually. As Ed and Al leave the town, she demands angrily why they had to come and destroy the alone hope she had left of reuniting with her lost love, to which Edward replies that she should stand on her own baron and walk forward into a future she decides for herself. Taking Ed ‘s words to center, she helps to rebuild the town, finally reuniting with Al. She makes a comment on how she is gloomy that Ed is not with them, admitting that she has very missed him and that she wishes to see him again. This causes Winry to become slenderly jealous, something Al catches and taunts her with. She subsequently comments to Winry how she is grateful toward Ed for opening her eyes to the false belief and got the town moving on their accord. On The promise Day, Rosé was seen falling victim to Father ‘s Nationwide Transmutation Circle along with the other Reole residents ; but thanks to Hohenheim ‘s fail safe, she was resurrected .
2003 zanzibar copal
In the 2003 zanzibar copal series, Rosé ‘s part begins similarly, but expands differently as the two plots diverge. Rosé first appears in Episode 1 of the 2003 zanzibar copal, she was a young daughter living by herself in her hometown, inferring that her parents died erstwhile when she was a child. When she becomes older, she has a boyfriend who she cared for profoundly, but then died in an accident. When Cornello arrives in their defect town claim he is a prophet of the Sun God, Leto, he fills Rosé with faithlessly hope telling her that he ‘ll bring her dead boyfriend back. She then becomes a dedicate and close believer in the fresh church of Letoism, hoping that if she does well, it will increase her chances of bringing him back. When the Elric brothers arrive in township, they help her open her eyes to the fact that Cornello is a imposter using alchemy to do his miracles, lying to the town about being the son of Leto. Distraught by this, Rosé does n’t know what to do, and Ed just promptly tells her that the merely thing she can do is keep moving ahead because she has two absolutely good legs to stand on .
Near the end of the series as a major character, Rosé returns again, this clock time as the holy place mother of her town. During the genocide in Reole, many of her people were slaughtered and she was captured by the military and rape and raped by a soldier. Due to the trauma of those experiences, she became mute and some time late gave birth to a son, who is implied to be born of that rape. She deeply cared for her baby and frequently carried him around with her, even when she was kidnapped and put into a enchantment by Dante, who was inside the body of her scholar Lyra and planned on transferring her soul into Rosé ‘s body. Throughout all of these experiences, she keeps hold of her memories of Ed. When she meets Ed again, they ballroom dancing, and she finally confesses that she loves him. After Ed is killed by the Homunculus Envy, who is revealed to be Ed and Al ‘s stepbrother, she mourns him with a pain-filled heart. Ed ‘s death manages to shock Rose out of Dante ‘s control. At the end, when Al sacrificed himself to revive Ed and sent Envy to the Gate after failing to stop him, Rosé had been watching and had to fill Edward in on the grim news about his buddy. When Ed wondered how to bring Al second, she told him ( like he told her at the beginning ) to stand up and keep moving forward because he had two firm legs to walk on now, due to the fact of his limb being returned. ( These are obviously individual words of advice between them both ). In the end, when Al is returned as a human, and Ed has disappeared to the other world, Rosé and her baby are seen with the Elrics ‘ acquaintance Winry Rockbell sitting on a hill in Edward and Alphonse ‘s hometown Resembool, her baby a few months older.
conqueror of Shamballa
Rosé appears in the movie, Conqueror of Shamballa. When Al makes his first appearance in the movie, Rosé is amazed because he looks just like Ed, and because he has become so skilled with alchemy. She is seen protecting and giving commands to the town, back in her own town in the desert. When the strange robots invading the town begin to float aside, Al tries to grab them and hold them back, but Rosé grabs him and pulls him away saying, “ Do n’t go, you ‘ll disappear besides ! ” At the goal of the movie, Rosé is seen outside in Resembool once again near Winry and Pinako Rockbell ‘s house residency along with Lt. Colonel Alex Louis Armstrong and Pinako with three children now. One of the small children is her baby from the serial, but the early two are strange. They are presumed to be orphans that she took in, because she does n’t have a family of her own .
besides, in the twin world, Ed meets a Romani woman named Noah who looks just like Rosé. Noah is our global ‘s interpretation of Rosé, though there are some differences. Rosé has dyed her bangs tap, and besides was n’t equally placid as Noah was. Noah besides wears part of her hair in braids, and wears makeup .
- In the first anime series, she is portrayed with having dark skin, purple eyes and dark brown hair with bright pink bangs. In the second series however, she has pale skin, purple eyes and black hair with her pink bangs noticeably darker, much like the original manga.
- In an omake, Arakawa depicts Rosé as a hardened warrior, in Joan of Arc-like style.
- It would appear that Rosé is named for Rosé, a specially-crafted variant of red wine, making her namesake similar to those of Martel, Dolcetto and Roa.