He is a former killer of state alchemists driven by revenge for the genocidal attack against Ishval (his country). Alive (2002) [Kojima]: Shoots himself in the head. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. After Lust's death by Colonel Roy Mustang, Envy takes over as the Homunculi representative and Dr. Tim Marcoh's jailer. Fullmetal Alchemist (Japanese: 鋼の錬金術師 Hepburn: Hagane no Renkinjutsushi, lit. Abilities Disclaimer: They belong to Hiromu Arakawa. Tim Marcoh's scarred face later in the series. Amestris Pride (プライド, Puraido) was the first and strongest Homunculus Father created. He is so repentant of his actions that when he sees Scar for the first time he begs him to kill him and even refers to him as a God at that moment. takes part in a ruse to deceive the two along with Heinkel and Alphonse. He deeply cares for others, using the Philosopher's Stone he ran away with in order to heal the people of the village he was staying in. A gentleman artist through and through, he considers his alchemically-induced explosions to be of the highest aesthetic and aims to make them as \"beautiful\" as possible in terms of scope, destructive capability and sound - sound apparently being the most important criterion based on his oft-showcased keen ear for explosives and his manic enthusiasm for loud eruptio… He is an elderly man with prominent wrinkles and a large jaw. Occupation Dr. Marcoh is one of the oldest known alchemists of the series and as such has incredible knowledge regarding alchemy. Notes: Written for a horror-genre prompt at … Alphonse gives Marcoh the Philosopher's Stone that Heinkel gave him, which he then used to heal Heinkel's wounds while Alphonse acted as a diversion. Despite Marcoh's wishes, Grand authorizes the use of Marcoh's research to amplify the powers of the State Alchemists to quickly end the war, not caring about the lives of the Ishvalans since the deaths of soldiers and civilians is a part of war. In addition, he was forced to work with the homunculi once again due to their threat of annihilating his village. His most notable knowledge is related to the creation of the Philosopher's Stone, knowledge given to him by the homunculi. ! Kôji Totani was born on July 12, 1948 in Nagoya, Japan. Akatora is one of supporting characters of Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin. Date Of Death: Sep 5, 2013. (In the 2003 anime series, he has dark green hair.) Brice Weeks Armstrong (born in Dallas, Texas) wasa retired anime voice actor who primarily works on the properties of Funimation. Once known as the Crystal Alchemist, Marcoh was involved in the creation of the Philosopher's Stone, … He refuses to return to the government due to the disgust towards their actions and even attempts to shoot Major Armstrong when he believes he was sent to retrieve him. Rating/Warnings: PG for canon character death. He is also very intelligent, having been the main researcher in creating the Philosopher's Stone. He was voiced by late Kōji Totani who also voices Tim Marcoh from FullMetal Alchemist 2003 Anime in the Japanese Version. He is an honest, hardworking man, and is not used to bluffing but was able to bluff Envy into releasing Yoki as his hostage by feigning apathy towards sacrificing him. He has the homunculi's red lines across his body, including a red triangle on the headband that covers his forehead, and his Ouroboros mark is located on his left thigh.Envy's humanoid form is not his real one though, mor… Marcoh smiled and opened the door wider to allow his guests inside. Seeing Scar as a means to an end, he tells the Ishvalan of his involvement in the Ishval Civil War in the hopes of being killed in vengeance. Human Personal details First Appearance Marcoh is still barely alive at the end of this scene but his death is all but confirmed as he is never seen again. The Stone is absorbed by Scar's arm and he briefly loses his alchemical abilities and is forced to retreat. Their meeting is a tense one as Marcoh fears that Edward has come to drag him back to Central so that he can continue his previous work on the Philosopher's Stone. Dr. Tim Marcoh is a supporting character in Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Marcoh comes to play a significant role in resolving the events of Brotherhood, though he dies in the 16th episode of the 2003 series, just two episodes after he first appears. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is an anime, and a remake of Fullmetal Alchemist, which starts out similar but follows a very different path. One of his first dubbing roles was as the narrator in Dragon Ball and as Lord Slug in the Dragon Ball Z film of the same name. Tim Marcoh (ティム・マルコー, Timu Marukō), formerly the "Crystal Alchemist" (結晶の錬金術師, Kesshō no Renkinjutsushi), was the leading researcher in … Weapon In addition, he holds no grudge towards Scar for horrifically and painfully disfiguring his face, claiming it was the face he deserved.