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"The Answer is Alchemy": Dr. Alchemy uses the stolen Promethium to try to give himself the powers of the Philosopher's Stone. The power becomes too much and Alchemy is turned into stone.



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Synopsis for "The Answer is Alchemy"

Dr. Alchemy uses the stolen Promethium to try to give himself the powers of the Philosopher's Stone. The power becomes too much and Alchemy is turned into stone.



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