>>6037>I am not familiar with it.
So, in FMA, the main character is a kid who accidentally his mom. Tried to raise her from the dead, so now his brother is just a suit of armor and he can "exchange" without a circle.
"magic" in this world is all about balance; the law of equivalent exchange says you can't make something without providing something of equal value.
So anyway he becomes the youngest "full metal" (passed his exams and is employed by the military as fully proficient) alchemist. His earlier failure with him mother's remains leads him to read about the philosopher's stone, which supposedly bypasses equivalent exchange. In working for the military he's sent to catalog the work of a particular alchemist who once, ten years ago, man a chimera that could talk.
"Chimeras" are mixes of different animals, but you can't mix animal and human because we have a soul, and there is no equivalency in animals. But his chimera clearly said to the audience "I want to die" and then laid down and waited to die.
Oh, what? That was Nina's mother, it turns out. Near the end of this episode, we figure out than in order to not lose his funding, he makes a merger of Nina, his daughter, and her dog. Then a bit-player is introduced to the series as we watch him 'unmake' (rather messily) the Nina/dog chimera.
Somewhere in the middle, Nina said the two words here, "hurt." and "play?"
There's a few reasons for my attractions. Nina is the one "furry" in the whole series, and all the artists who depict her make stunning work, whether in the direction of disturbing, or lewd, or just heartstring pulling as we see the loss of innocence, both hers, and thus our own.
and then sometimes, the artist manages all those things at once.
If all of that is too much of a stretch, well. Here are some mares stretching things.