Lust is the very first of the main protagonists to appear in the work. At first always accompanied by Gluttony, she is undoubtedly the head of the duo. Indeed, Lust is much more intelligent and especially more cunning than him, which makes her a Homunculus not only feared for the faculties of her philosopher's stone, but also for her devious temperament, always ready to elaborate underhand plans.She is the one who is behind the spread of the fake philosopher's stones that Edward Elric and Alphonse Elric are tracking. Lust is the only Homunculus to have female features. She appears as the archetype of the femme fatale with her provocative outfit and her scowling looks displayed on a face where a cold and evil smile constantly appears, as Funko makes us discover it on this POP of Lust.His Homunculus sigil is displayed at the top of his chest to better highlight the provocative nature of the character. During the events of Fullmetal Alchemist, she will be behind many of the twists and turns that the State Alchemists will encounter, while being careful never to put herself forward. Following Scar's attack in the middle of Central City, she will attack him with Gluttony in order to eliminate him. In vain, however, because he escaped them.Very involved in the Homunculus plot, she will later be joined by Envy whose help she will ask for in order to better monitor the soldiers of Central City. And for good reason, Lust, along with Gluttony, act as cleaners in charge of getting rid of the slightest trace that could be linked to the plot of which they are a part. Also, when Lieutenant-Colonel Hugues uncovered the plot, Lust herself is in charge of eliminating him before he can tell his comrades about it...This will make Lust the privileged target of Roy Mustang who will undertake all possible efforts to avenge his dead friend and to bring to light the plot affecting even the most influential personalities of Amestris. A hatred which, later, will bring Lust to confront Roy Mustang while this one sought to trap him as well as the Elric brothers. This one, at the time of a last confrontation, will then reveal primordial secrets to better clarify the contours of the plot in which she had taken part.The POP figure of Lust emphasizes the femme fatale side of this Fullmetal Alchemist character while highlighting her powers. Indeed, on the figure, Lust displays long and pointed fingers. This is to better remind that she can extend her fingers over long distances to pierce her enemies.On this Lust POP figure, Funko has done some very detailed and meticulous finishing touches to the scope of her thick hair. That's not counting the tight dress, boots and long leather gloves in dark purple. Of course, Funko did not omit the red symbol on the young woman's torso, reminding us of her Homunculus status and attesting to the fact that she is an artificial creation generated from a philosopher's stone. In a nod to this, the Funko POP figure of Lust then depicts the character in a mannered posture that is meant to highlight her exaggerated feminine features; those of the only female Homunculus to exist.
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