She was introduced as one of the first major antagonists alongside Gluttony. Befitting of her name, Lust has the appearance of a very attractive and voluptuous woman. Often seen as the subject of desire by many men, her smooth black hair, flawless pale skin and large breasts allowed her to easily manipulate most men to do her bidding. Her regular attire consisted entirely of dark clothing, where she wore elbow length gloves, black high heeled boots and a low-cut dress which revealed a large amount of cleavage as well as her Ouroboros tattoo which rested below her collarbone.
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This Villain was Headlined on February, Lust is a major antagonist of the Fullmetal Alchemist manga and its two anime adaptations. She is the first of the Seven Homunculi to be introduced and she plays an important antagonistic role for the first part of the series. Among all homunculi, Lust is one of the proudest of her nature and the most scornful of humanity dismissing it as frail, predictable and hopelessly dumb. Still, she never taunts people and rarely lets her pride get ahead of her mission. She is offended when called a monster, preferring the term "evolved human".
The Fullmetal Alchemist manga and anime series feature an extensive cast of fictional characters created by Hiromu Arakawa. The story is set in a fictional universe within the 20th century in which alchemy is one of the most advanced scientific techniques. Although they basically start the same, the first anime , midway through its run, begins to differ greatly from the original manga; characters that are killed early on in the manga survive to the end of the first anime and vice versa.
To do this, he purged himself of his seven deadly sins, and they each took a different humanoid form. The first three of them to appear are Envy , Gluttony, and Lust, and they all prove to be powerful opponents. Lust, in particular, is a busy villain in the earlier parts of the story, and it took a lot of firepower to finally defeat her for good. There is a lot to know about the man-slayer known as Lust, and her appearance and behavior are in fact symbolic.