Hohenheim tells Ed that he has resigned himself to his fate as a sinner and wants to be killed by Envy in order to use his first-born son's draconic body to open a permanent portal. Though content in his lowly position, without freedom, any knowledge of the world or even a name, the youth's life would change dramatically in his mid-teen years when his master chose him for a particular Alchemical … Dante/Van Hohenheim; Van Hohenheim; Dante (Fullmetal Alchemist) Summary. Hohenheim then appears at the Rockbell residence, where Pinako introduces him as Ed and Al's father. Hohenheim is seen miles away at the same moment, finally confirmed that they are two different people. Tens of kilometers with alchemy. 1915 (2009 series)Resembool, Amestris1922 (2003 series)Munich, Germany Additionally, the instability experienced when a soul inhabits an incompatible body causes the body to rot more and more prematurely with each body transfer. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Slave Number 23 (manga, 2009 anime)Theophrastus Bombastus von HohenheimSage of the WestHohenheim Elric (2003 anime)Hohenheim of Light (2003 anime) Mr. Ho (2009 anime) Personal details Despite disappearing suddenly during their infancy, Hohenheim returns during the course of the series in order to right the wrongs of his mysterious past. Hohenheim later tells Father that he drank so much to satisfy the lust for liquor a soul in him had. Range: Standard melee range. Kanji Full Name The latter sees human beings as… En noches como estas donde la oscuridad se desenvolvía como una manta cálida y protectora, era fácil olvidarse de los errores que poblaban cada momento de su vida. Father tricked Van for immortal life by sacrificing a whole country of people, and took his appearance and created all the homunculus. For the most part, he is menacing, dark, and foreboding, though he can have traces of humanity, as, during his first meeting with the Elric brothers and Ling Yao, Father shows a somewhat comical, lighter side to his personality, similar to that of Hohenheim, but almost immediately after switches back to his very serious demeanor. Of his skills, his most significant is the ability to transmute light, shaping it into a physical form of his choosing and manipulating it remotely, earning him the nickname "Hohenheim of Light". He also wears spectacles over his golden eyes, though whether or not he needs them is unknown. Soon after his appearance in the 2003 anime, he is seen shaping light into Golems (resembling Alphonse's armor), which he causes to attack his enemies. In the manga, Hohenheim frequently wears a white dress shirt and tie under a black vest with matching slacks and a brown overcoat. Turns out that Father is a Doppelgänger who took on Hohenheim's appearance due to some shared history and Applied Phlebotinum. @giliad: Hohenheim's Stone is stronger than Father's. Father is the main antagonist of the manga series, Full Metal Alchemist. Chapter 40 (manga)Episode 43 (2003 anime)Episode 12 (2009 anime) Resembool He is the oldest and most powerful Homunculus and identical in appearance to Van Hohenheim. As a Human Philosopher's Stone, Hohenheim's body is capable of the same level of miraculous regeneration as those of the Homunculi and as such, he has been rendered incapable of dying or even aging - having been preserved in the prime of life and health for roughly four hundred years. Regeneration will not happen if the amount of souls that he has is low, also), Transmutation, Matter Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Attack Potency: Town level (Originally he and Father obtained and divided all the souls of the people of Xerxes between the two of them, he considers himself to be a Philosopher's Stone; therefore, he should have at least comparable power to Kimblee), Speed: Supersonic+ (Had to escape from Pride and is comparable to Father with all the sins removed), Durability: Town level (Took Father's attack while shielding the others). Seiyū He has been described as \"very hand… 451 (2009 series) However, it's implied he can't get drunk or at least hangovers, due to his Philosopher's Stone healing him. Envy is always put on edge and is prone to bouts of rage whenever Hohenheim's name is mentioned and is determined to make him suffer for his abandonment of Envy to live a life with Trisha Elric and their sons, Ed and Al. Weaknesses: He is not used to fighting, and Alchemy and regeneration drain his souls. Xerxesian Alchemist Hohenheim, in his younger years, had a very youthful appearance, with long blond hair extending to his upper back, which he keeps in a ponytail. In the 2003 anime series, Hohenheim sports a slightly doughier build, a softer jawline, and darker hair. If it's final fight Father and Hoenheim vs Alucard then Alucard still wins. Affiliations Ed reunites with his father for the first time in years. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. However, now that she has made his beloved sons her new targets, Hohenheim of Light returns to his offering to tell her why her body is aging in exchange for her promise to leave his sons alone. Family Residence With nearly four centuries of life experience and alchemical study accumulated, Hohenheim's level of alchemical knowledge easily dwarfs that of any other human alchemist in the history of the world. Aliases Slow to anger and apparently a bit of a pacifist, Van Hohenheim would much rather talk out disputes than fight, frequently doing so even while he himself is under vicious attack. Although this change may have been due to the presence of his Greed within him.Father is also narcis… Later, after Ed and Al return to Resembool, Ed reacts with fury at seeing Hohenheim flirting with Maria Ross, and he more or less declares that neither he nor Al had any time for their errant parent. Masashi Ebara (2003 series) Unshou Ishizuka (2009 anime) Daisuke Namikawa (young, 2009 series). It is likely that the alchemy he learned during his youth in Xerxes serves as the basis for the Xingese art of Alkahestry. Despite disappearing suddenly during their infancy, Hohenheim returns during the course of the series in order to right the wrongs of his mysterious past. Language: Español Words: 425 Chapters: 1/1 Hits: 3 Intelligence: Skilled alchemist (Counteracted Father's plan). Van Hohenheim Now, sharing a face and a history, the two have become enemies as Hohenheim has vowed to prevent the next phase of Father's plan. Van Hohenheim—also known in the 2003 anime series as Hohenheim of Light (光のホーエンハイム, Hikari no Hōenhaimu)—is a deceptively ancient and extremely powerful Alchemist as well as the estranged father of Edward and Alphonse Elric. After receiving their aid, his power was augmented to the point that Father could not overcome his shielding with anything less than a nuclear explosion. Alucard will almost certainly burn away before Father does. Trisha is the love of Hohenheim's life who is personally responsible for bringing about changes in his worldview. Independents: Kiri • Rich Couple • Mason • Majhal • Karin • Claus • Lujon • Lydia • Camilla • Jude • Rosalie Hamburgang, Milos: Julia Crichton • Ashleigh Crichton • Miranda - Creta: Colonel Herschel - Germany (2003 Only): Dietlinde Eckhart • Fritz Lang • Alfons Heiderich • Noah, Fullmetal Alchemist Profile: Van Hohenheim. Upon learning that the intruders are the Elric brothers, valuable candidates for the sacrifice… In the meantime, Hohenheim recognizes that Edward has a great deal in common with him and tries to make it clear that he understands the hardships Edward has been forced to endure, mentoring him casually and providing advice and guidance for the future. I've always wanted to do this one after learning about this match up a while back. He has been described as "very hand… As a youth, he was the twenty-third house slave of a renowned alchemist in the King of Xerxes' personal employ and was known simply as "23". Van Hohenheim is the father of Ed and Al, and he is much more than he seems. Father is a homunculus that was friends with Van Hohenheim. However, the last of these gifts proved to be a curse and came at a heavy price due to the Homunculus' own unquenchable hubris. Van Hohenheim (ヴァン・ホーエンハイム, Ban Hōenhaimu) is a deceptively ancient and extremely powerful Alchemist as well as the estranged father of Edward and Alphonse Elric. He also defeated Father during the first round of their battle, and was only overcome when Father revealed his amorphous, undamageable shadow form and enveloped him. Van Hohenheim (ヴァン・ホーエンハイム, Ban Hōenhaimu) is a deceptively ancient and extremely powerful Alchemist as well as the estranged father of Edward and Alphonse Elric. Father, previously known as the Dwarf in the Flask, is the creator and 'father' of the seven homunculi. He didn't give Ed and Al his last name to keep them hidden from Father. To become mortal again (Achieved) While attempting to shakily create a relationship with his boys, he absorbs Edward's hatred and abuse with good nature while nurturing Alphonse's indelible affection for his father. In the end, all he wished was for his sons to have a happy life and no longer burdened with his mistakes. She then sends him inside, after which Hohenheim and Dante never meet again. Seconds later, they escape from the dimensional void inside Gluttony's belly and the Elrics meet Father, whom they mistake for Van Hohenheim. Occupation Dante instead uses Sloth, holding Rose's baby, to distract Hohenheim by reminding him of Trisha while she opens the gate. He typically wears suits. Nationality Fullmetal Alchemist Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. He wears his long, golden-blond hair in a loose, shoulder-length ponytail with two or three loose strands of hair falling over his brow and sports a full Donegal-style beard on his square jaw. By this method, he has managed to elude death for roughly four hundred years, but is still as vulnerable to attack as any human. Alchemy Hohenheim's lover in the 2003 anime series, Dante shared in his misguided passions and mistakes but failed to learn from them, continuing their reprehensible research long after he abandoned her. Having discovered a person with whom he truly and deeply connected, Hohenheim immediately fell in love with Trisha and began to desire a normal life so as not to be left existing without her. With over half a million souls powering his stone, Hohenheim is not only capable of performing transmutations without the use of a Transmutation Circle, but can also transmute without moving his body at all and can even perform biological transmutations and circumvent the law of Equivalent Exchange with ease. It is interesting to note that while Father is defined by his seven sins, Van Hohenheim is greatly defined by the Seven Virtues. He had to remain in the flask in which he had been created, otherwise, he would have died. Wiki. And now I finally got to it … Classification: Philosopher of the West, Philosopher's Stone, Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1 and 3), Self-Sustenance (Type 2), Weather Sensing, Regeneration (Low-High. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009 anime), Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa (2005), Fullmetal Alchemist: Sacred Star of Milos (2011), Characters to appear in the manga and both animes, Episode 44: Hohenheim of Light (2003 series), https://fma.fandom.com/wiki/Van_Hohenheim?oldid=66846, Hohenheim is named after Paracelsus, a prolific real-world 16th century Swiss Alchemist, who was born with the name "Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim", It is also noteworthy that the Dwarf in the Flask suggested the name "Theophrastus Bombastus". Van Hohenheim He made all homunculus named after every sin that mankind has aka The Seven Deadly Sins. He also finally apologizes for leaving them and takes a form of responsibility, saying if he never had left them the boys would have never tried human transmutation to bring back their mother and lose their bodies when he should have been there for them as their father. (ヴァン・ホーエンハイム, Van Hōenhaimu) At the end of the 2003 series, Envy leaps into the gate of truth with Ed to find Hohenheim on the other side, and is left in that world in the form of a serpent, unable to shapeshift in the parallel world. Chief among his personality traits appears to be his hopeless romanticism, given his propensity for spouting sappy lines about his love for Trisha Elric, his readiness to weep openly over her, and his charming treatment of women in general. His stone, however, is far greater than that of any of the Homunculi, as their Stones came from Father's stone, which is the same size as Hohenheim's. Full-Body, Half-Body, Facial Expression, and Eye Sketches for Hohenheim, for the 2009 Brotherhood anime and or the Manga. Scott McNeil (2003 series)John Swasey (2009 series) Aaron Dismuke (young, 2009 series) This is the final, and perhaps most important, difference between Hohenheim and Father. Van Hohenheim. Edward Elric • Alphonse Elric • Winry Rockbell • Roy Mustang • Scar Father vs Naruto Edward Elric vs Sasuke Alphonse Elric vs Neji Van Hohenheim vs Kakashi Roy Mustang vs Maito Gai Darius (gorilla-chimera) vs Rock Lee Alex Louis Armstrong vs Jiraiya Envy vs Itachi Lust vs Tsunade Lan Fan vs Ino May Chang vs Hinata Olivier Milla Armstrong vs Tenten Greed vs Gaara Wrath/King Bradley vs Raikage Solf J. Kimblee vs Deidara Sloth vs Temari Isaac … As he grew older, his facial features aged with time with golden irises, more defined cheekbones, and he grew a beard, which connected his hair with his sideburns. Hohenheim was born as "Slave #23" in the ancient Xerxes city-state, and now, he's a living Philosopher's Stone who's seen and done a bit of everything, and he's adept at planning and using alchemy in … This episode is packed with twist and turns. Age Additionally, it appears to be more powerful than that of any other alchemist with a Stone due to having the support of the Stone's souls. Hohenheim is a fairly tall, broad-shouldered gentleman with the appearance of a man of relatively healthy middle-age. He possibly could have cured Trisha's sickness. First Appearance Though Hohenheim originally bore deep-seated resentment towards him, in Father's final moments, when stating his desire to become a perfect being and to never be bound again, Hohenheim recalled that in the beginning, Father was really the only one that cared deeply enough to help him change his life for the better. In the greatest irony in overview, had Hohenheim stayed in Resembool and not tried to stop The Promised Day, he would have prevented Ed and Al from trying Human Transmutation, leaving the amount of. Whereas Hohenheim's stone is full of souls that choose to help him willingly Father's is full of anguished souls. He also wears spectacles over his golden eyes, though whether or not he needs them is unknown. Additionally, since he has become capable of conversing directly with each of the 536,329 human souls that make up his Philosopher's Stone, Hohenheim's alchemy is extremely versatile and can be implemented in multiple locations at once even without his own will to actively guide it, so long as he has deposited some of his souls there. Character details Blue Squad: (Bald) Pinako mentioned Hohenheim was an old drinking buddy of hers. The Elder Scrolls metaphysics & philosophy, After getting his body reconstructed from getting immortality, Originally he and Father obtained and divided all the souls of the people of Xerxes between the two of them, he considers himself to be a Philosopher's Stone, and is comparable to Father with all the sins removed, Took Father's attack while shielding the others, https://vsbattles.fandom.com/wiki/Van_Hohenheim?oldid=6621948. Anyway, this fight will be between two deadly father figures. AlchemistSlave (formerly) - Monkey D. Dragon vs. Father - Monkey D. Garp vs. Scar - Blackbeard vs. Unique Trait After defeating Father, Hohenheim offers himself to be used for the human transmutation and states that his reason is that Ed and Al are his sons. He also says that it was partly his fault of why the brothers attempted to bring back Trisha because he wasn't there for them when This may not work on Father though since he doesn't seem to have blood. Van Hohenheim lacks the ambition of others, clearly content to take his time dealing with things that do not demand urgency, but in his youth had a hair-trigger temper much like that of his son, Edward, and became irrationally angry when taunted for his ignorance. The young who would later go on to be known as Van Hohenheim grew up during the 15th century in the capital of the ancient and advanced country of Xerxes. His regeneration should be superior to other Homucili like Lust. Through Hohenheim's devotion to Alchemy and the mysterious circumstances under which he was witnessed abandoning his young family gave the impression that he was cold, instead, he is an unexpectedly softhearted, kindly individual who is quick to give compliments but loath to accept them. Paracelsus (/ ˌ p æ r ə ˈ s ɛ l s ə s /; 1493/1494 – 24 September 1541), born Theophrastus von Hohenheim (full name Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim), was a Swiss physician, alchemist, lay theologian, and philosopher of the German Renaissance.. Manga vs Anime: Edward reunites with his father for the first time in years. • Ling Yao, Alexandre • Arzen • Heathcliffe Arbor • Frank Archer • Olivier Mira Armstrong • King Bradley • Heymans Breda • Briggs Doctor • Denny Brosh • Buccaneer • Rebecca Catalina • Charlie • Klemin • Damiano • Darius • Henry Douglas • Edison • Vato Falman • Fessler • Focker • Kain Fuery • Gamelan • Gardner • Grumman • Hakuro • Harris • Jean Havoc • Riza Hawkeye • Heinkel • Henschel • Maes Hughes • Jerso • Karley • Miles • Raven • Richard • Maria Ross • Sheska • Smith • Storch • Yakovlev • Yoki • Zampano • Gold-Toothed Doctor • Doctor Knox, Alex Louis Armstrong • Giolio Comanche • Jack Crowley • Edward Elric • Basque Grand • Solf J. Kimblee • Tim Marcoh • Isaac McDougal • Roy Mustang • Shou Tucker, Roy Mustang • Kain Fuery • Riza Hawkeye - Black Hayate • Vato Falman • Jean Havoc • Heymans Breda, Laboratory 5: (Barry the Chopper • Slicer Brothers) - Youswell: (Yoki • Lyra ) - Rush Valley: (Paninya • Garfiel • Dominic LeCoulte • Ridel LeCoulte • Satella LeCoulte • Baby LeCoulte) During his confrontation with Father, he deflected several sustained energy blasts and called upon the souls of his Stone to aid him. Despite disappearing suddenly during their infancy, Hohenheim returns during the course of the series in order to right the wrongs of his mysterious past. One of the seven homunculi in the 2003 series, Envy revealed himself as the son of Hohenheim and Dante while they were romantically involved in the past. He wears his long, golden-blond hair in a loose, shoulder-length ponytail with two or three loose strands of hair falling over his brow and sports a full Donegal-style beard on his square jaw. In his youth, Hohenheim looked much like his son Edward, save for slightly increased height and a slightly more pronounced jaw. Hohenheim of Light in his usual outfit. He left them and his wife Trisha several years before the start of the series. He wears his long, golden-blond hair in a loose, shoulder-length ponytail with two or three loose strands of hair falling over his brow and sports a full Donegal-style beard on his square jaw. Born I think it's conceivable that Alucard could rip apart Hoenheim and consume him, adding all of Hoenheim's souls to his own stockpile. Hohenheim meets and is easily able to recognize Envy (despite the latter's form). LOST LIGHT 8.7. Hohenheim appears to care very little for his own well-being, much less his dignity (because he thinks of himself as a monster because he became a Human Philosopher's Stone), and is therefore often put in situations that give him the impression of being goofy or eccentric, adding greatly to the series' comic relief. He also wears spectacles over his golden eyes, though whether or not he needs them is unknown. The character as seen in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Goal Considering that they look exactly alike and that Hohenheim is secretive, morally ambiguous, and much longer-lived than any normal human, it's reasonable to assume that they're the same person. He wore gray clothing during his time as a slave. (2003 Anime) 1464, Xerxes (manga and anime 2009)15XX, Amestris (2003 series) As the homunculi continue their plan … The homunculus Father from Fullmetal Alchemist against the adult villian Father from Kids Next Door. He has been described as "very handsome" by several women over the course of the series. Lack of ambitionGolden eyesGolden ponytailGolden Chin Curtain beard Voice Actor Trisha Elric (wife, deceased)Edward Elric (older son) Alphonse Elric (younger son)Father (Homunculus offshoot/clone, deceased) [manga/2009 anime]Homunculi (nephews/nieces) [manga/2009 anime]Winry Rockbell (daughter-in-law) [manga/2009 anime]Unnamed granddaughter and grandsonEnvy (son's Homunculus, deceased) [2003 anime]Dante (ex-wife, deceased) [2003 anime] Brought into being through the use of Hohenheim's blood, the Homunculus known as "Father" initially held a great deal of gratitude toward his blood kin for giving him life, and showed that gratitude by granting Hohenheim three treasures: a name, knowledge, and immortality. After his death at the age of 18 due to mercury poisoning, he was reincarnated as a Homunculus, as a result, a failed Human Transmutation. At the very beginning when he was only named \"Homunculus\", Father looked like an orb of dark matter, (likely pure, physical knowledge) who could form an eye, a grinning mouth, and some small tendrils. He fell in love with Trisha and remained loyal to her even long after her death (Chasity), he never abuses or exploits his power beyond what is necessary for the situation (Temperance), he is willing to sacrifice his own happiness for the sake of others (Charity), he is willing to put in the work to accomplish his goals (Diligence) and is willing to endure great struggle or time in the process (Patience), and despite being incredibly powerful he uses his power to help others (Kindness) and does not see himself as superior to others (Humility). This action touches Edward and finally causes him to call him father. VS Battles Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. In the 2003 anime, Hohenheim is not a Philosopher's Stone, but rather an alchemist who has discovered a method of detaching the soul from a body and transferring it to another body using the Philosopher's Stone to circumvent Equivalent Exchange. The souls encompassing Hohenheim's Philosopher's Stone. Identification details Father (お父様, Otō-sama) is the central antagonist of the manga and 2009 anime series. Even though he loved her dearly, part of his purpose for leaving was to find a way to join his love in death when her time came. Van Hohenheim is a fairly tall, broad-shouldered gentleman with the appearance of a man of relatively healthy middle-age. Father is first fully seen when Alphonse Elric is led into his throne room by Gluttony, who accidentally swallowed Edward, the Xinese prince Ling Yao, and Envy. Aquroya: Clara - Reole: (Cornello • Cray • Rosé Thomas ) - Xenotime: ( Russell Tringham - Fletcher Tringham - Nash Tringham • Mugear • Belsio) - Abilities He is also the creator and leader of the Homunculi. Zpravodaj Klubu Svobodných demokratů Rokycany. Estranged from his two sons due to his ten-year absence, Hohenheim feels a great amount of guilt over leaving them alone as he is unsure how to deal with them upon his return. Van Hohenheim (ヴァン・ホーエンハイム, Van Hōenhaimu) is the Elric brothers' estranged father with a keen knowledge of alchemy processes. Hohenheim is a fairly tall, broad-shouldered gentleman with the appearance of a man of relatively healthy middle-age. Xerxesian Wrath, Gluttony, Envy, Lust, Greed, Pride and Sloth. Died If killed enough times, Van Hohenheim will lose all his souls and will lose his ability to regenerate. After getting his body reconstructed from getting immortality, he is a living philosopher stone.