This foal has a gorgeous pair of wings tucked closely to its sides. When extended, they shine like snow in the sun. Pegasi younglings enjoy taking running leaps while playing, extending pale wings in their first attempts at flight. Their coats are extremely soft and of the purest white, and the pale feathers on their wings glisten when the sun hits them. Possessing more strength and being larger than most horses, this hatchling will make a great steed when it matures, carrying its magi high above the clouds.
On a clear day, you can sometimes crane your neck and see a white sparkle in the sky. Sometimes a winged horse can be spotted, threading its way through clouds, occasionally with a magi on its back. Villagers regard such sightings as lucky, and have many myths about these beautiful creatures. Fully grown, pegasi make excellent choices as companions on journeys, able to take to the sky at any sign of danger, and traveling almost as fast on foot as in wing. At The Keep, unicorns and pegasi keep close together, their bonds of friendship deep.