History Main / Pegasus

28th Oct '17 1:01:26 PM ANTMuddle
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*** Scootaloo is one of the Cutie Mark Crusaders and an example of a flightless Pegasus; she can't fly in the ''air'' -- her inability to fly and her self-image issues stemming from this are actually a plot point in one episode -- but put her on her scooter and watch her run!

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*** Scootaloo is one of the Cutie Mark Crusaders and an example of a flightless Pegasus; she can't fly in the ''air'' -- her inability to fly and her self-image issues stemming from this are actually a plot point in one episode -- but put her on her scooter and watch her run!stand back. On the other hand, "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" showed she can definitely hover a few inches above the ground [[CentipedesDilemma when she's not thinking about it]].
22nd Oct '17 11:18:35 AM shokoshu
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* Scientific American, in one of its Recreational Math columns (about the Goat-Goat-Car puzzle) had some Pigasus appearing. (That {{Pun}} appears more often than one might think - even Creator/JohnSteinbeck did it before.)
9th Oct '17 3:56:17 PM ultimomant
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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', Bellerophon, the Noble Phantasm of the Servant Rider, can be used to control even the most powerful mythical beasts. Rider [[spoiler:due to her part in the creation of Pegasus]] is able to summon Pegasus and perfectly control it in battle with Bellerophon.

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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', Bellerophon, the Noble Phantasm of the Servant Rider, can be used to control even the most powerful mythical beasts. Rider [[spoiler:due to her part in the creation of Pegasus]] Pegasus as his mother, Medusa,]] is able to summon Pegasus and perfectly control it in battle with Bellerophon.
9th Oct '17 3:27:06 PM AgProv
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* Pegasii, long thought extinct, return to the ''{{Discworld}}'' after a gorgon policewoman is swiped across the face by a troll and gets a bad nosebleed. lord Vetinari and sir Samuel Vimes take advantage and upgrade the Air Watch with the resultant marvellous flying horses. Later on it is discovered that whilst created by magical accident, they are capable of breeding with normal horses. Piloted by Witches and navigated by attendent Feegle, a Pegasus can get a rider plus load ''anywhere'' on the Disc via the Feegle magic of the craw-step... in a matter of ''minutes''. Read more in the tales of Creator/AAPessimal.
18th Sep '17 4:25:09 PM Theriocephalus
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* [[TheHero Teppei]] from ''Anime/BtX'' rides a ''mechanical'' pegasus. Notably, this manga is from the same artist who made ''Manga/SaintSeiya'', [[Creator/MasamiKurumada Masami Kurumada.]]
** Not quite. X is meant to represent a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qilin Kirin.]]



* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'': Pegasi have appeared throughout the history of the franchise as one of the "standard" variants of ponies.

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* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'': Pegasi have appeared throughout the history of the franchise as one of the "standard" variants of ponies alongside {{unicorn}}s and unadorned earth ponies.



*** The breezies also reappear, although among their insectoid wings, very small size, and more stylized and slender bodies than their G3 incarnations had, they're more like an equine take on fairies than anything else.

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*** The breezies also reappear, although among their insectoid wings, very small size, size and more stylized and slender bodies than their G3 incarnations had, they're had make them more like an equine take on fairies [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies]] than anything else.
28th Aug '17 8:25:13 AM Oecchi
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* In ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', Märchenland has a holiday known as the Pegasus Day, in which the locals use the light of the candles on a starry night to make a wish to a pegasus that flies across the sky. [[spoiler:Said pegasus also grants the Cures their second power-up attack, Rainbow Burst.]]

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* ''Franchise/PrettyCure'':
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In ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', Märchenland has a holiday known as the Pegasus Day, in which the locals use the light of the candles on a starry night to make a wish to a pegasus that flies across the sky. [[spoiler:Said pegasus also grants the Cures their second power-up attack, Rainbow Burst.]]]]
** In ''Anime/KiraKiraPrecureALaMode'', SixthRanger Cure Parfait has the pegasus as her [[AnimalMotifs animal theme]], having [[LittleBitBeastly horse ears, a horse tail and wings]].
23rd Jun '17 5:17:03 AM CorahsUncle
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* The Tri-Star logo.

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* In the {{Literature/Dragonrider}} series by {{Cornelia Funke}}, pegasi are intelligent and can [[TalkingAnimal talk]]. They are descended from the original Pegasus who sprung from the blood of a gorgon, and are now a critically endangered species, with an unusual life-cycle. They are oviparous, laying eggs which are initially no bigger than a henís egg, which the mother pegasus has to lick to enable the eggs to grow (ultimately to ostrich-size), so that the foals within them can develop up to the point of hatching (when they are the size of a hen).

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\n* In the {{Literature/Dragonrider}} ''Literature/{{Dragonrider}}'' series by {{Cornelia Funke}}, Creator/CorneliaFunke, pegasi are intelligent and can [[TalkingAnimal talk]]. They are descended from the original Pegasus who sprung from the blood of a gorgon, and are now a critically endangered species, with an unusual life-cycle. They are oviparous, laying eggs which are initially no bigger than a henís egg, which the mother pegasus has to lick to enable the eggs to grow (ultimately to ostrich-size), so that the foals within them can develop up to the point of hatching (when they are the size of a hen).















* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uchchaihshravas Uchhaihshravas]] is a ''seven headed'' flying horse from Hindu Mythology.

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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uchchaihshravas Uchhaihshravas]] is a ''seven headed'' flying horse from Hindu Mythology.
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*** The breezies also reappear, although between their insectoid wings, very small size and more stylized and slender bodies than their G3 incarnations had, they're more like an equine take on fairies than anything else.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' character Blue Eyes, who appears in a few episodes as Smurfette's friend.
* WesternAnimation/SouthPark: Pegasus appears as a character in the ''Imaginationland'' trilogy, among the fictional characters.

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*** The breezies also reappear, although between among their insectoid wings, very small size size, and more stylized and slender bodies than their G3 incarnations had, they're more like an equine take on fairies than anything else.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' character Blue Eyes, who appears in a few episodes as Smurfette's friend.
friend, is a pegasus allegedly voiced by an uncredited Creator/PattyMaloney.
* WesternAnimation/SouthPark: ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': Pegasus appears as a character in the ''Imaginationland'' trilogy, among the fictional characters.
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23rd Jun '17 5:00:27 AM Fliegenbein400
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*In the {{Literature/Dragonrider}} series by {{Cornelia Funke}}, pegasi are intelligent and can [[TalkingAnimal talk]]. They are descended from the original Pegasus who sprung from the blood of a gorgon, and are now a critically endangered species, with an unusual life-cycle. They are oviparous, laying eggs which are initially no bigger than a henís egg, which the mother pegasus has to lick to enable the eggs to grow (ultimately to ostrich-size), so that the foals within them can develop up to the point of hatching (when they are the size of a hen).
*In ''City Of Stars'' in the {{Literature/Stravaganza}} series by Mary Hoffman, winged horses are a mutation that occurs periodically among normal thoroughbreds. They are seen as a sign of good luck, especially in Remora (the fantasy counterpart of Siena). They grow much faster than normal horses, and are capable of flying with a rider by the age of a few months.
9th Jun '17 9:59:42 PM Theriocephalus
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* Some of the Franchise/{{My Little Pon|y}}ies are winged horses.
** And the Flutter Ponies from TheMovie. The Flutter Ponies are an unusual example, as they have iridescent wings like those found on insects and not the feathered, birdlike wings of Pegasi.

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* Some ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'': Pegasi have appeared throughout the history of the Franchise/{{My Little Pon|y}}ies are winged horses.
** And
franchise as one of the "standard" variants of ponies.
** The
Flutter Ponies from TheMovie. The Flutter Ponies ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie'' are an unusual example, as they have iridescent wings like those found on insects and not the feathered, birdlike wings of Pegasi.pegasi.



*** Scootaloo is one of the Cutie Mark Crusaders and an example of a flightless Pegasus; she can't fly in the ''air,'' but put her on her scooter and watch her run!

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*** Scootaloo is one of the Cutie Mark Crusaders and an example of a flightless Pegasus; she can't fly in the ''air,'' ''air'' -- her inability to fly and her self-image issues stemming from this are actually a plot point in one episode -- but put her on her scooter and watch her run!



*** The breezies also reappear.

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*** The breezies also reappear.reappear, although between their insectoid wings, very small size and more stylized and slender bodies than their G3 incarnations had, they're more like an equine take on fairies than anything else.
6th May '17 12:21:34 AM Dvandemon
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*** The breezier also reappear.

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*** The breezier breezies also reappear.
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