my eyes snap open. I look around, the room is empty, the walls look see through, perhaps glass? or plastic? it is unclear right now. a doctor walks in. "hello.' he says simply. "wh-where am I?" I ask "who am I?" I had no idea, about anything. the Doctor smiled as if I had said a joke. "you are in the lab." he said simply. "your amnesia is getting worse my friend. that is a blessing for us." he said. I was scared, angry, and confused at the same time. "please, answer my question!" I beg him. "all you need to know right now is that you are in the lab." the man said. "what is the lab?" I ask frantically, desperate for answers. "the lab is a top secret government facility." the man said. "during world war II the Germans where experimenting on humans." the man said. somehow I knew what world war II was, even though I didn't know my own name. "experiments on humans? isn't that illegal?" I ask trying to get more out of him. "yes, it is illegal, officially, but during the time no one knew." the man continued. "this experiments where to create better soldiers, mutent soldiers." the man said. "they perposfully mutated a human so they could become stronger, faster, better in all ways." he said. "and when germany was defeated we found out. naturally it was made illegal, but that didn't stop other countries from trying." he said. "so we secretly continued the germans work as well, to combat the other countries." the man said. "so you are doing illegal experiments on humans? on me?" I ask angrily. "yes, ofcurse." the man said as if it where a stupid question. "do not think of it as something inhuman, it is to save humanity. think of it as a new version of the manhatten project." the man said. "only instead of a devistating nuclear bomb, we are making controlled human weapons, much more tacticle then just flying over something then dropping a bomb on it." he said. "but we are human being! living breathing people!" I say. "not officially, because all records show you as dead." he said. "and now your not even human, you're a weapon for our future." he said. "which means I can do anything I want to you without breaking any laws." he stuck a syringe in my arm. "good night, subject 7" he said.
my eyes shoot open once again, I throw my hands up, ready for them to be tied down. they are not, and I swing myslef up farther then I was prepared for. "whoa!" I shout confused. I looke around, this looks like a park, but that's not right, I was in the lab, what was going on? suddenly I hear laughter. I turn to see a little girl, couldn't be more then 6 years old, playing in a sandbox. i walk over to her. "um...hey, do you know where we are?" I ask her uncomfortably. she looks up at me and smiles. "we are in the Lab." she says plainly. "I am starting to get tired of people giving me that answer." he said. she giggled at that and stood up. she walks over to a swing set and sits on them. I follow and sit on the one next to her. "so, what is this place really? I mean, I know we are in the lab or whatever, but where are we in it?" I ask. she starts to swing "we are at the playground." she says "it's a holographic chamber that uses prismatic light to create infrastructures out of thin air." she said. "then it hardens this light using a special machine that solidifies pretty much anything you want it to." I look at her dumbfounded. "those are some, pretty big words." I say. "yeah will, It's my mutation." she says. "you're mutation is that you are super intelligent?" I ask. "no, I picked up all that information from being here. my mutation is cellular regeneration. they wanted to make a soldier that would be able to heal on the battlefield, but since they tested on me so young my cells regenerated so fast that I never age." she says "that's why it seems like I know so much for such a little girl. I am actually older then you." she says. "oh really?how old are you?" I ask. "well, I was the first successful mutation in the world, I was a prisoner of the nazi's and they used me and my family to try mutations, they finally got it to work, then the base was found and stormed by the american army, and i was captured by them. 70 years, and I'm still a prisoner of war." she said. they use me to ease people into the process, to prove that the mutation process has advanced so far since I was first created." she said. "let me show you what I mean by regenerative." she said then she jumped off the swing while it was still going and landed face first into the ground. "Hey, are you ok/" I start to ask, then I see her get up grinning, a tooth had fallen out, and it was instently replaced, a scar ran down her cheek, she whips the blood away and it's as clean and smooth as ever. "wow...that's amazing." I say "yeah, but they can't recreate the regeneration mutation, they have studied me for ever but they still don't know how the germans succeeded. it is the hardest mutation tried so far." she said.
Arakawa thinks Winry has the most difficult position of the three.D.Gray-Man Costumes Winry's occupation in the series was inspired by Arakawa's opinions about how people had to work hard in order to eat. Additionally, the way Winry and her grandmother Pinako welcome the Elrics into their home after the Elrics' mother's death reflectedFullMetal Alchemist Costumes Arakawa's views on how people should react to social problems.