||A few women are seen in revealing clothes. Mostly the tops of their cleavage is shown.
Lust wears a dress that is form fitting and shows cleavage.
A character walks in on a girl changing her top, only the bottom of her cleavage is seen.
||Bloodshed is shown periodically to varying degrees, and can be somewhat graphic on occasion. However, the violence is stylized in a way that makes it less violent than other shows, but remains being intense and can get pretty bloody at times.
A woman coughs up large amounts of blood often.
A man is shot, his body is seen laying in phone booth covered in blood.
Scar uses the deconstruction element of Alchemy to explode State Alchemists' heads from the inside out, with brief blood splatter shown and occasionally corpses afterwards.
Some of the bloody fighting and war scenes involve yelling made by the characters as they are sliced or shot.
Particularly bloody flashbacks of when the main characters Alphonse and Edward try to preform 'human transmutation' (bringing a dead person back to life). Al is totally decomposed and Edward has his leg removed by the forces of the transmutation. When trying to retrieve Al's soul he willingly gives up his arm. The stumps of his arm and leg are dripping with blood as he cries with pain..
An antagonist named Greed (and another called Gluttony) are shown being sliced up with some graphic results while their bodies regenerate. Legs, arms and even Gluttony's tongue is sliced off at one point.
A flashback into Scar's past shows dismemberment.
To prove his immortality, Greed asks his henchmen smash his head off. His brain, muscles, bone and skin then graphically regenerate.
Gluttony sucks Ed, Ling and Envy inside of a portal in his stomach. It's revealed to be a vast wasteland covered in an ocean of blood.
Wrath has his arms sliced off at one point. He also bloodily cuts down numerous soldiers in a couple of battles.
The antagonist, Sloth, has a giant spike rammed through his mouth at one point, going out the back of his head, no blood.
At one point, Edward is impaled through the stomach by a pipe. He slowly removes it as blood leaks out.
At another point, Edward has to pull a small structure support pole out of his upper arm. We see brief blood coming out of the wound.
A woman is impaled while hiding inside a sentient suit of armor.
One character is known for killing other characters using their own blood.
A woman's body is seen burned after a man lights her on fire.
A character bites another character in half.
Sloth is impaled on a large pole.
Roy Mustang carves a transmutation circle into the back of his hand.
A character pulls the heart out of a woman's body in an attempt to kill her.
The characters discover that the entire city of Xerxes was sacrificed for Father's plan, resulting in the deaths of millions of innocent people.
A man repeatedly lights a woman on fire, eventually killing her.
One character commits suicide by reaching inside their body and pulling out their heart.
||Mild language, mostly coming from Edward ('bastard', 'hell').
"Bitch" is said exactly three times in the entire series.
The subtitled version may be different.
||Not many episodes contain use of alcohol, but infrequently the older characters may drink beer or similar.
Havoc smokes in a few scenes.
||Wrath and Kimblee are appallingly violent villains.
Soldiers are violently torn up by an unknown force in a fleeting scene. The arm of one of them is found afterwards.
A sympathetic antagonist is violently cut up with swords and lowered into a vat of lava that incinerates his body, killing him as he laughs and yells maniacally.
After her arm is cut off, a girl undergoes painful treatment to prevent infection.
Raven is stabbed painfully in the arm and slashed in the chest before he falls into concrete.
Mustang's hands are impaled to the floor in one scene.
The Sewing Life Alchemist, Shou Tucker, uses alchemy to create a chimera by combining the bodies of his young daughter Nina and the family dog - only in the name of science and without remorse. Both Tucker and Nina are later murdered offscreen by Scar, the latter being a mercy killing. Will be upsetting to some viewers.
Some people might get emotional when Maes Hughes is murdered. The funeral scene could be rather upsetting.
Lust is repeatedly set aflame by Colonel Mustang until her Philosopher's Stone runs out of energy to regenerate, her body dissolving along with her skeleton. Although the disturbing factor is lessened by the fact that it's likely a deserving punishment.
Out of pure vengeance, Mustang repeatedly burns Envy, which some may find to be an intense sequence. However, he is stopped before he fully kills him/her.
Envy's true form resembles a large demon with hundreds of bodies writhing out of it.
One-eyed, human-like zombies with regenerative abilities are featured as foes in a few scenes.
The series is edgier than its original counterpart in some ways, with the violence being realistic, if not terribly gory.
Upon learning that her parents were killed by Scar, Winry picks up a pistol and attempts to shoot him. She can't do it, and is traumatized after he gets away. Ed then tells her that she's not meant to kill, and he consoles her as she starts crying. This scene is very intense and emotional and it will upset some viewers.