Fate Testarossa (フェイト・テスタロッサ, Feito Tesutarossa?), later known as Fate T. Harlaown (フェイト・T・ハラオウン, Feito T Haraoun?) in A's epilogue and StrikerS, is a fictional character in the anime series Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha. She is voiced by Nana Mizuki and is named after the Ferrari Testarossa.
In the first season, Fate is a mage from the Garden of Time, who is sent to collect Jewel Seeds, which puts her at odds with rival Nanoha Takamachi. She is aided on her quest by an animal familiar, a mature dog-woman named Arf. She later becomes friends with Nanoha. The second and third season of the series showed her career as a Time-Space Administration Bureau officer and the development of her relationship with Nanoha. The two had begun to live together and later on joined by Nanoha's adopted daughter, Vivio Takamachi.
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