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Pegasus is a rare white creature type used for cards that depict winged horses. The original Greek Pegasus was the child of Poseidon, in his role as horse-god and the Gorgon Medusa. He was born of Medusa's blood after she was beheaded by Perseus. According to legend, everywhere the winged horse struck his hoof to the earth, an inspiring spring burst forth. It carried Bellerophon in his attack on the Chimera.
Storyline[edit | edit source]
Dominaria[edit | edit source]
The most famous pegasi in Dominaria live in eastern Aerona, near the village of Sursi. According to the local custom, Sursi brides-to-be visit their territory, hoping a pegasus will judge her worthy and bless her and her family.
Rath[edit | edit source]
A small number of pegasi existed on Rath, although it is implied that they did not much like it there. After the planar overlay, it can be assumed that any surviving Rathi pegasi continued to survive in Dominaria.
Ravnica[edit | edit source]
The pegasi of Ravnica, as far as can be told, are all wild. Although it is surprising that such a useful animal could survive on the city-plane without being domesticated by someone, there is no evidence that they have ever been tamed. Equenauts of Selesnya Conclave ride pegasi, combining the role of mounted warriors and scouts (Conclave Equenaut, Flight of Equenauts). However, Gideon Jura rode a pegasus called Promise in his attack on Nicol Bolas.
Theros[edit | edit source]
Pegasi are very common on Theros. Unlike those of other planes, Therosian pegasi are often used as mounts or hitched to flying chariots. (In Theros block, only Gild depicts a pegasus without harness or rider.)
Vryn[edit | edit source]
Pegasi are the favorite mount of military commanders (Vryn Wingmare).
Tokens[edit | edit source]
|Token Name||Color||Type Line||P/T||Text Box||Source||Printings|
|Pegasus||White||Creature — Pegasus||1/1||Flying|
|White||Creature — Pegasus||2/2||Flying|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Giant Mantis depicts pegasi which have fallen prey to an giant insect.