Roy Mustang is the “Fire Alchemist,” having supreme command over warmth and fire through speculative chemistry. Utilizing unique gloves that make a sparkle when he snaps his fingers, Roy can make anything from a little ash to consume a letter, to a furious inferno that can annihilate a humanoid body right away. His exact command over the catalytically improved fire is precise to the point that he can heat up the water in a people’s eyes and can likewise assault foes among a mob without harming any partners.
Ostensibly pompous and energetically manipulative, Mustang is keen and quite often out in front of his rivals, and likes to feel in charge of the circumstance. He is one of the bosses of Edward Elric. By all accounts, he gives off an impression of being just a man of the military who seeks after advancements and acclaim and is viewed as a women’s man who continually goes on dates with various ladies.
Bronco’s actual objective is to become Führer so as to pick up the ability to change the administration so as to clear his wrongdoings in the Ishval War just as improve the nation, alongside the kidding prerequisite for female officials to wear small miniskirts (which impressively expanded Havoc’s dependability to him and caused Hawkeye to be irate with him).
His objectives are praiseworthy enough that he gains the wild dependability of his old buddies Lt Col. Maes Hughes, Major Alex Louis Armstrong, and his own subordinates, among whom are Riza Hawkeye, Jean Havoc, Heymans Breda, Vato Falman, and Kain Fuery. While Mustang has a nearby and genial relationship with the entirety of his subordinates, he seems to impart a more profound obligation of friendship to his second-in-order Riza Hawkeye, who has given her life to supporting him.
This bond comes full circle in the last scenes of the anime when Mustang picks Hawkeye alone to go with him on his most noteworthy and most risky strategy.
Despite the fact that a saint of the Ishval War, he stays frequented by the repulsions of war and languishes extraordinary regret over the lives he took.