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Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable:
The Gears of Destiny
Gears of Destiny
Video game
DeveloperWitch Craft
WriterMasaki Tsuzuki
Genre3D fighting
PlatformsPlayStation Portable
ReleasedDecember 22, 2011

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable: The Gears of Destiny (魔法少女リリカルなのはA's PORTABLE -THE GEARS OF DESTINY-) is the sequel to Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable: The Battle of Aces. It was released on December 22, 2011.


The story of The Gears of Destiny starts around 3 months after the "Dark Fragments Incident" in The Battle of Aces.



Different rare costumes can be unlocked by earning "lyrical points" and inheriting save data of The Battle of Aces:

  • Lounge wear
  • Swimming suit
  • Namco collaboration costume

The following are available only by entering (merchandise) product codes with authentication:

Supplemental materialsEdit


See Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable: The Gears of Destiny: Material Girls. for details.

Sound StagesEdit

  • Sound Stage M (Megami Magazine) "From the sky in Eltria": Story about Nanoha and Fate of the movie continuity dimension-travelling to Eltria.
  • Sound Stage A (Animedia Magazine) "Under the night sky of Midchilda": Story about Materials time-travelling to 0080's Midchilda, being four years after StrikerS, where they meet Nanoha and others again.


As the story of the game is related to time and space, characters from other series at different time-points are also playable. Known playable characters include:

Unplayable characters:

  • Unison Hayate Yagami
  • Amitie Florian (With Kyrie Florian's Variant Zapper)
  • "Load" Dearche Trinity Form
  • Unbreakable Dark (With Examia's power)


Most of the additional settings introduced in The Gears of Destiny, especially those related to Eltria and the Florian sisters, are considered to be based off and crediting to Wild Arms ("WA") game series, as the game's producer Akifumi Kaneko is also the producer/game designer of WA series. Below is a list of certain references between the two games:

In The Gears of Destiny In Wild Arms series
Eltria (slowly destroying world) Fargaia
Formula Eltria Arnaud Vasquez's Formula magic system
Lock On Clive Winslett's Lock On
Accelerator Accelerator
Vulcan Raid Jude Maverick's Gatling Raid (gun attack)
Finest Cannon Dean Stark's Finest Arts (twin gun attack)
Hyperion Smasher Fairylights' Hyperion Blaster

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