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** In episode 7, Zafira yells to let a group of Gadget Drones know that they [[LordOfTheRings "shall not pass"]] as he stomps once on the ground which causes large cracks to appear.

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** In episode 7, Zafira yells to let a group of Gadget Drones know that they [[LordOfTheRings [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings "shall not pass"]] as he stomps once on the ground which causes large cracks to appear.


''but before this, the ship of law that guards the many seas shall be torn apart.''

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''but before this, ''and from there, the ship of law that guards the many seas shall be torn apart.''

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* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The second opening seems to set up a fight between Subaru and Nove, which was also hinted at when Nove said she wanted to get revenge on Subaru for [[spoiler:severely injuring Cinque]]. In the final battle, Teana ends up fighting Nove with Wendi and Deed, while Subaru fights [[spoiler:her BrainwashedAndCrazy older sister Ginga]].


* {{Foreshadowing}}: There's plenty when one pays attention, but a key one is Subaru and all the [[SuperStrength hints]] dropped before TheReveal [[spoiler: that she's a cyborg.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: There's plenty when one pays attention, but a key one is Subaru and all the [[SuperStrength hints]] dropped before TheReveal [[spoiler: that [[spoiler:that she's a cyborg.]]


* MoodWhiplash: Good lord, everything that happens from episodes 15 to 18. [[spoiler:In episode 15, the Forwards get in some good-natured casual training, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming complete with some cute sibling bonding, Vivio is shown getting adorably comfortable with her new mothers]], and then it suddenly ends in a very solemn discussion about the imminent attack. Episode 16 continues the light-heartedness for the first half, until the predicted attack happens. In episode 17, everything just goes to hell - almost everyone at Riot Force 6 is injured, the surrounding area is in ruins, Ginga is captured, Vivio kidnapped, and [[TearJerker the last shot of the episode is of the stuffed rabbit that Nanoha bought for Vivio, mangled and on fire inside the burning building. Finally, in episode 18, we see the aftermath of the battle and the damage. Nanoha keeps herself busy to try and distract herself from Vivio's kidnapping, but that fails when she finds what's left of the stuffed rabbit. The episode ends in Nanoha breaking down into tears in Fate's arms, while Vivio is strapped to an operating table by the villains, fully aware of what they are about to do to her, screaming for Nanoha to help her]].]]

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* MoodWhiplash: Good lord, everything that happens from episodes 15 to 18. [[spoiler:In episode 15, the Forwards get in some good-natured casual training, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming complete with some cute sibling bonding, Vivio is shown getting adorably comfortable with her new mothers]], mothers, and then it suddenly ends in a very solemn discussion about the imminent attack. Episode 16 continues the light-heartedness for the first half, until the predicted attack happens. In episode 17, everything just goes to hell - almost everyone at Riot Force 6 is injured, the surrounding area is in ruins, Ginga is captured, Vivio kidnapped, and [[TearJerker the last shot of the episode is of the stuffed rabbit that Nanoha bought for Vivio, mangled and on fire inside the burning building. Finally, in episode 18, we see the aftermath of the battle and the damage. Nanoha keeps herself busy to try and distract herself from Vivio's kidnapping, but that fails when she finds what's left of the stuffed rabbit. The episode ends in Nanoha breaking down into tears in Fate's arms, while Vivio is strapped to an operating table by the villains, fully aware of what they are about to do to her, screaming for Nanoha to help her]].]]


* ShipSinking: Fate/Chrono already took a blow after Chrono's mother adopted Fate at the end of ''A's'', but it and Nanoha/Chrono is only finally sunk when Chrono [[spoiler:marries Amy]].

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* ShipSinking: Fate/Chrono already took a blow after Chrono's mother adopted Fate at the end of ''A's'', but it and Nanoha/Chrono is only finally sunk when Chrono [[spoiler:marries Amy]]. WordOfGay from [[WordOfGod Masaki Tsuzuki]], Creator/YukariTamura, and Creator/NanaMizuki also sunk Nanoha/Yuuno by this time, made even more palpable when [[HasTwoMommies Nanoha and Fate adopt Vivio together as their daughter]] from this season onward.



* TalkingInBed: Twice. Neither case had anything to do with relationships, but they were both full of LesYay:

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* TalkingInBed: Twice. Neither case had anything to do with relationships, relationships (except for [[OfficialCouple Nanoha and Fate]] via WordOfGay), but they were both full of LesYay:



** Nanoha and Fate had on in their shared room while talking about the Forwards.

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** Nanoha and Fate had on one in their shared room while talking about the Forwards.


* ContinuityNod: [[spoiler:Megane Alpine]]'s wheelchair looks exactly like Hayate's.

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* ContinuityNod: [[spoiler:Megane ContinuityNod:
** The photo of Precia and Alicia that Fate keeps by her bedside is the same one she had back in the first season.
**[[spoiler:Megane
Alpine]]'s wheelchair looks exactly like Hayate's.


* HeroicAmbidexterity: Teana Lanster is ambidextrous, which doesn't escape her future mentor's notice in the manga, so the new Device she organizes for Teana is [[GunsAkimbo a pair of handguns]].

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* HeroicAmbidexterity: Teana Lanster is ambidextrous, which doesn't escape HeroicFireRescue: The season opens with Nanoha rescuing Subaru from a buring airport, an event that had a profound effect on the young girl and [[FollowingInTheirRescuersFootsteps turned her future mentor's notice into the person she is in the manga, so present]]. [[spoiler:It also contained two major pieces of foreshadowing: [[ChekhovsSkill Nanoha's ability to blast through multiple floors with her Divine Buster]], and the new Device first hint at Subaru being a Combat Cyborg (since she organizes for Teana is [[GunsAkimbo a pair of handguns]].was all but unaffected by all the heat and smoke).]]


* FollowingInTheirRescuersFootsteps: PlayedWith for Subaru Nakajima who was saved from a burning building by the title character and resolves to join the Administration Bureau's elite search-and-rescue team, falsely assuming that only one of their ranks could have pulled off such a HeroicFireRescue. Even when she later learns that Nanoha is actually a [[VeteranInstructor magical combat instructor]] who volunteered for rescue duties on that fateful day, she continues to pursue a career in disaster relief operations, anyway.


Following the emergence of a new type of [[LostTechnology Lost Logia]] called Relics, Nanoha, Fate and Hayate seek permission to form "Section Six", an elite rapid response team and training squad composed of powerful veterans and talented rookies.

As their investigation into the Relics continues, Section Six comes into conflict with MadScientist Jail Scaglietti and his [[ImprobablyFemaleCast all-female]] group of [[SuperSoldier cybernetic operatives]], the Numbers. Jail is the mastermind behind a number of illegal projects, such as the creation of Artificial Mages and Combat Cyborgs, and now he has his eye set on the Relics. Section Six also runs into Vivio, a orphan of the same "Project F" that [[CloningBlues created Fate]], who Nanoha and Fate decide to adopt as their own child. When Vivio is suddenly kidnapped by Jail, who intends to use her as the lynchpin of his ultimate plan, Section Six must mobilise to save her and stop Jail's plans once and for all.

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Following the emergence of a new type of [[LostTechnology Lost Logia]] called Relics, Nanoha, Fate and Hayate seek permission to form "Section Six", "Riot Force 6", an elite rapid response team and training squad composed of powerful veterans and talented rookies.

As their investigation into the Relics continues, Section Six Riot Force 6 comes into conflict with MadScientist Jail Scaglietti and his [[ImprobablyFemaleCast all-female]] group of [[SuperSoldier cybernetic operatives]], the Numbers. Jail is the mastermind behind a number of illegal projects, such as the creation of Artificial Mages and Combat Cyborgs, and now he has his eye set on the Relics. Section Six Riot Force 6 also runs into Vivio, a orphan of the same "Project F" that [[CloningBlues created Fate]], who Nanoha and Fate decide to adopt as their own child. When Vivio is suddenly kidnapped by Jail, who intends to use her as the lynchpin of his ultimate plan, Section Six Riot Force 6 must mobilise to save her and stop Jail's plans once and for all.



* MoodWhiplash: Good lord, everything that happens from episodes 15 to 18. [[spoiler:In episode 15, the Forwards get in some good-natured casual training, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming complete with some cute sibling bonding, Vivio is shown getting adorably comfortable with her new mothers]], and then it suddenly ends in a very solemn discussion about the imminent attack. Episode 16 continues the light-heartedness for the first half, until the predicted attack happens. In episode 17, everything just goes to hell - almost everyone at Section Six is injured, the surrounding area is in ruins, Ginga is captured, Vivio kidnapped, and [[TearJerker the last shot of the episode is of the stuffed rabbit that Nanoha bought for Vivio, mangled and on fire inside the burning building. Finally, in episode 18, we see the aftermath of the battle and the damage. Nanoha keeps herself busy to try and distract herself from Vivio's kidnapping, but that fails when she finds what's left of the stuffed rabbit. The episode ends in Nanoha breaking down into tears in Fate's arms, while Vivio is strapped to an operating table by the villains, fully aware of what they are about to do to her, screaming for Nanoha to help her]].]]

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* MoodWhiplash: Good lord, everything that happens from episodes 15 to 18. [[spoiler:In episode 15, the Forwards get in some good-natured casual training, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming complete with some cute sibling bonding, Vivio is shown getting adorably comfortable with her new mothers]], and then it suddenly ends in a very solemn discussion about the imminent attack. Episode 16 continues the light-heartedness for the first half, until the predicted attack happens. In episode 17, everything just goes to hell - almost everyone at Section Six Riot Force 6 is injured, the surrounding area is in ruins, Ginga is captured, Vivio kidnapped, and [[TearJerker the last shot of the episode is of the stuffed rabbit that Nanoha bought for Vivio, mangled and on fire inside the burning building. Finally, in episode 18, we see the aftermath of the battle and the damage. Nanoha keeps herself busy to try and distract herself from Vivio's kidnapping, but that fails when she finds what's left of the stuffed rabbit. The episode ends in Nanoha breaking down into tears in Fate's arms, while Vivio is strapped to an operating table by the villains, fully aware of what they are about to do to her, screaming for Nanoha to help her]].]]



** Nanoha, Fate, and Hayate have them, partly due to the office politics of having too many powerful mages in one department, but also because it disguises the amount of power Section Six has at its disposal from their enemies, [[IAmNotLeftHanded giving them the element of surprise when necessary]]. The ''real'' reason is that they were starting to go OffTheScale and could have easily [[CurbStompBattle curb stomped]] all opposition without needing any help from [[NewMeat the Forwards]], which they very nearly do in the final battle.

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** Nanoha, Fate, and Hayate have them, partly due to the office politics of having too many powerful mages in one department, but also because it disguises the amount of power Section Six Riot Force 6 has at its disposal from their enemies, [[IAmNotLeftHanded giving them the element of surprise when necessary]]. The ''real'' reason is that they were starting to go OffTheScale and could have easily [[CurbStompBattle curb stomped]] all opposition without needing any help from [[NewMeat the Forwards]], which they very nearly do in the final battle.


* FollowingTheirRescuersFootsteps: PlayedWith for Subaru Nakajima who was saved from a burning building by the title character and resolves to join the Administration Bureau's elite search-and-rescue team, falsely assuming that only one of their ranks could have pulled off such a HeroicFireRescue. Even when she later learns that Nanoha is actually a [[VeteranInstructor magical combat instructor]] who volunteered for rescue duties on that fateful day, she continues to pursue a career in disaster relief operations, anyway.

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* FollowingTheirRescuersFootsteps: FollowingInTheirRescuersFootsteps: PlayedWith for Subaru Nakajima who was saved from a burning building by the title character and resolves to join the Administration Bureau's elite search-and-rescue team, falsely assuming that only one of their ranks could have pulled off such a HeroicFireRescue. Even when she later learns that Nanoha is actually a [[VeteranInstructor magical combat instructor]] who volunteered for rescue duties on that fateful day, she continues to pursue a career in disaster relief operations, anyway.

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* FollowingTheirRescuersFootsteps: PlayedWith for Subaru Nakajima who was saved from a burning building by the title character and resolves to join the Administration Bureau's elite search-and-rescue team, falsely assuming that only one of their ranks could have pulled off such a HeroicFireRescue. Even when she later learns that Nanoha is actually a [[VeteranInstructor magical combat instructor]] who volunteered for rescue duties on that fateful day, she continues to pursue a career in disaster relief operations, anyway.


* {{Gainaxing}}: Fate, Nanoha, Teana, and Subaru's breasts noticeably jiggle in their transformation sequences.

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* {{Gainaxing}}: Fate, Nanoha, Teana, and Subaru's breasts noticeably jiggle in their transformation sequences.

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* {{Gainaxing}}: Fate, Nanoha, Teana, and Subaru's breasts noticeably jiggle in their transformation sequences.


* {{Foreshadowing}}: There's plenty when one pays attention, but a key one is Subaru and all the hints dropped before TheReveal [[spoiler: that she's a cyborg.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: There's plenty when one pays attention, but a key one is Subaru and all the hints [[SuperStrength hints]] dropped before TheReveal [[spoiler: that she's a cyborg.]]



** First, Subaru finds that Cinque, Nove, and Wendi [[spoiler:having just defeated Ginga, are loading her up to take her back to Scaglietti for reprogramming]]. Subaru ''[[UnstoppageRage loses her mind]]'' at the sight of this and immediately attacks all three of them [[spoiler:using her Inherent Skill, revealing that she's also a combat cyborg]]. She forces Nove and Wendi to retreat while Cinque [[YouShallNotPass holds her off]], but defeats Cinque in short order as well, though [[{{Intangibility}} Sein]] manages to save her. Then Subaru collapses, from the combination of [[HeroicRROD the massive damage she inflicted on herself as well as the Numbers]] and the fact that [[spoiler:she couldn't stop them from taking Ginga with them when they fled]].

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** First, Subaru finds that Cinque, Nove, and Wendi [[spoiler:having just defeated Ginga, are loading her up to take her back to Scaglietti for reprogramming]]. Subaru ''[[UnstoppageRage ''[[UnstoppableRage loses her mind]]'' at the sight of this and immediately attacks all three of them [[spoiler:using her Inherent Skill, revealing that she's also a combat cyborg]]. She forces Nove and Wendi to retreat while Cinque [[YouShallNotPass holds her off]], but defeats Cinque in short order as well, though [[{{Intangibility}} Sein]] manages to save her. Then Subaru collapses, from the combination of [[HeroicRROD the massive damage she inflicted on herself as well as the Numbers]] and the fact that [[spoiler:she couldn't stop them from taking Ginga with them when they fled]].

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