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Pegasi are a species of [[Flying Unit|winged]] horses found in every Fire Emblem game since ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]''. Pegasus are highly attuned to their rider's emotions and mind. They are extremely picky mounts and will generally only accept maidens as their riders. Once they form a bond with their rider, they become faithful lifelong partners. In ''[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'', Pegasi are revealed to be capable of living for many years through the detail of [[Elincia]]'s pegasus, who belonged to her great-grandmother but still looks young and is able to accompany her into battles. Pegasi also tend to bond well with the descendants of their original riders, such as [[Cynthia]] who inherited her mother's pegasus after her passing.
 
Pegasi are a species of [[Flying Unit|winged]] horses found in every Fire Emblem game since ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]''. Pegasus are highly attuned to their rider's emotions and mind. They are extremely picky mounts and will generally only accept maidens as their riders. Once they form a bond with their rider, they become faithful lifelong partners. In ''[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'', Pegasi are revealed to be capable of living for many years through the detail of [[Elincia]]'s pegasus, who belonged to her great-grandmother but still looks young and is able to accompany her into battles. Pegasi also tend to bond well with the descendants of their original riders, such as [[Cynthia]] who inherited her mother's pegasus after her passing.
   
Prior to ''Fates'', male riders were of extreme rarity, appearing only in the ''Mystery of the Emblem'' as enemy units only. They generally do not accept men to ride them alone, especially when untamed or without the presence of their riders. However, as long as their rider is mounted on them, a Pegasus will allow a man to ride on them. This is the reason why the [[Pegasus Knight]] class and its promotions throughout the franchise has been a female exclusive class in most games.
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Prior to ''Fates'', male riders were of extreme rarity, appearing only in the ''Mystery of the Emblem''. They generally do not accept men to ride them alone, especially when untamed or without the presence of their riders. However, as long as their rider is mounted on them, a Pegasus will allow a man to ride on them. This is the reason why the [[Pegasus Knight]] class and its promotions throughout the franchise has been a female exclusive class in most games.
   
 
Pegasi body and wings are normally pure white for all [[Pegasus Knight]] and [[Falcon Knight]] units. ''[[Fire Emblem Awakening]]'' introduced jet-black pegasi who are the mounts for the [[Dark Flier]] class.
 
Pegasi body and wings are normally pure white for all [[Pegasus Knight]] and [[Falcon Knight]] units. ''[[Fire Emblem Awakening]]'' introduced jet-black pegasi who are the mounts for the [[Dark Flier]] class.
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