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*While a Pegasus in Greek Mythology can be ridden by both genders, the Pegasus in the ''Fire Emblem'' franchise's insistence on having only female riders is a reference to Unicorns, who only allow pure hearted maidens to ride them.
 
*While a Pegasus in Greek Mythology can be ridden by both genders, the Pegasus in the ''Fire Emblem'' franchise's insistence on having only female riders is a reference to Unicorns, who only allow pure hearted maidens to ride them.
 
*Male enemy units have been seen riding Pegasi in the third game.
 
*Male enemy units have been seen riding Pegasi in the third game.
**In the ''Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light ''manga, [[Julian]] and [[Rickard]] are seen riding [[Caeda]]'s Pegasus, albeit with some difficulties. Since the manga was released some days after the third game, it might be a reference.
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**In the ''Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light ''manga, Julian and Rickard are seen riding Caeda's Pegasus, albeit with some difficulties. Since the manga was released some days after the third game, it might be a reference.
 
*[[Karin]] in ''Thracia 776'' says pegasi allowing males to ride them is very rare; either indicating there are exceptions, or referring to the [[Rescue (command)|rescue]] mechanic. 
 
*[[Karin]] in ''Thracia 776'' says pegasi allowing males to ride them is very rare; either indicating there are exceptions, or referring to the [[Rescue (command)|rescue]] mechanic. 
 
*The following is a list of names given to Pegasi by their respective owners:
 
*The following is a list of names given to Pegasi by their respective owners:
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