Unlike the manga and Brotherhood version , who was more of a comic relief, this version's Barry was shown as a much more serious villain. Barry the Chopper ( バリー・ザ・チョッパー, Barī za Choppā? A former serial killer, he became a human test subject in the military's alchemical experiments and, in lieu of execution, had his disembodied soul bound to a suit of armor, similar to Alphonse Elric . Mass murder On the surface, Barry comes off as an imposing and threatening individual, often introducing himself to potential victims in a histrionic fashion. 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, To chop up humans, especially curvaceous women. Barry, however, relies on one of Lab's 5 many hidden bombs and escapes into the night. Barry the Chopper (also called "Number 66") is a villain in the Fullmetal Alchemist series. Observing that the body has entered the building, they deduce that Lab 3 is the enemy base while Mustang opts to pull out and regroup for another day. He was voiced by Jerry Jewell in the English, and Kentaro Ito in the version Japanese both of 2003 and the original. He is given the code name "Number 66" and paired with another soul bound armor, Number 48 and ordered to guard Central Alchemical Laboratory #5 and the horrible secrets therein. Barry enthusiastically attacks but soon becomes frustrated when met with Al's expert resistance and unexpected speed. Riza and Al finally catch up to Barry in a huge white room with an enormous pair of stone doors only to find that the Chopper has finally mutilated his human body. As Ed rushes toward the explosion, Barry and Ling seize their chance to escape and head back to the safe house before the Military Police find them. It wants to transport more human organs, too, and is currently the leader in the U.S. Northeast. Barry in the 2003 series, in his armor (left) and human forms (right) Barry the Chopper is a villain in the 2003 anime version of Fullmetal Alchemist . Furthering his desire to kill is Barry's morbid intention of slaughtering his own flesh and blood body, especially after confronting it and pointing out that the body and soul are naturally attracted to one another. Title: Barry By: Skeren (forgottenlover) Worksafe Art Notes: Well, in essence, I just spent the last couple hours trying to find pictures of this guys human form. A former serial killer, he became a human test subject in the military's alchemical experiments and, in lieu of execution, had his disembodied soul bound to a suit of armor, similarly to Alphonse Elric. He is further shocked to find that she does not react when he removes his helmet, firing again and explaining that she knows someone with the same condition. Barry pretends to be one of Roy's girlfriends until the Colonel can get to a non-secure outside line and Barry proposes that he can get Ross out of jail. He was given the name Number 66 … Barry then mistakes Alphonse for yet another death row inmate mutilated by the government, but an offended Al reveals that it was his brother who bound his soul to save his life. Barry was once a simple butcher living in Central City. Ling asks Barry to free him, a request that the ex-murderer has little interest in, but when Ling mentions that he is from Xing, Barry changes his tune, realizing that the eastern nation would be a fine place to hide Maria. Barry the Chopper (also called "Number 66") is one of the two armor guards ordered by the Homunculi to kill any intruders to the Fifth Central Alchemical Laboratory. Fullmetal Alchemist is an anime series adapted from the manga of the same title by Hiromu Arakawa. Barry's carving knife remains intact after his initial battle with Al in the 2009 anime (where it is destroyed in both the manga and 2003 anime) and he also whips it out from time to time afterwards as well. Origin Barry, knowing the back streets of Central, suggests an escape route and rendezvous point and Mustang explains that they should have Falman act as the hostage of a serial killer during the incident. Evil-doer Undeterred, Barry rushes in recklessly after his body, refusing to listen to such an order. She chooses the latter and the three depart the jail, hurrying through back streets toward the rendezvous point in the warehouse district where Mustang is waiting. Barry, knowing the back streets of Central, suggests an escape route and rendezvous point, during which Mustang suggests that they should have Falman act as the hostage of a serial killer during the incident. The feet are a pair of leather boots with iron guards. Truth, Chopping up meat, including humans (formerly). One day, Barry decided to chop his wife into pieces after a brief family fight. Both replacements also voice other important characters in the series. With Tenor, maker of GIF Keyboard, add popular Barry The Chopper animated GIFs to your conversations. Goal A former serial killer, he became a human test subject in the military's alchemical experiments and, in lieu of execution, had his disembodied soul bound to a suit of armor, similarly to Alphonse Elric. Having missed his target, Barry presented himself to the young alchemist, but omitted his true identity as he believed that if the alchemist knew who "Number 66" truly was, claiming that Alphonse would "wet himself with fear". Barry's body and soul both die instantly. Mannequin Soldiers | Barry the Chopper, also known as "Number 66", is one of the two armor guards ordered by the Homunculi to kill any intruders to the Fifth Central Alchemical Laboratory. Barry and Falman are attacked by the human puppet and, recognizing that this is part of Roy's mission, attempts to keep Vato from killing it. Of course, Barry, not caring to explain the situation to his roommate, opts to knock Vato out with a blow to the head instead.