Pegasus (4e Race)

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"Winged ponies of the sky; they can walk on clouds, fly and manipulate the weather."

Racial Traits
Average Height: 4'2 - 4'8
Average Weight: 110 - 210b
Ability Scores: +2 Dexterity and your choice of +2 Charisma or Constitution
Size: Medium
Speed: 6, 7 (Fly) squares
Vision: Normal
Languages: Common
Skill Bonuses: +2 Acrobatics, +2 Bluff
Wing├Ęd: You gain Flight and can fly naturally. You are forced to walk when exceeding your standard load.
Cloudwalker: You can walk on clouds as though it were solid ground
Your Special Talent: You gain the Cutie Mark Feat.
Weather Control: You gain the Weather Control racial power.
Speak with Beasts: You can communicate with Natural Beasts and Fey Beasts

Weather Control Pegasus Racial Power
You call upon your innate magic to summon thunder, blizzards or tornadoes
Encounter Star.gif Primal
Standard Action Blast 3 within 10 squares
Target: Each creature in burst
Attack: Charisma Vs. Reflex
Hit: 2[W] + Cha mod damage
Miss: 1/2 damage
Effect: Roll a 1d20. 1-9: Nothing. 10-14: Thunder: All enemies hit are dazed and deafened until the end of your next turn. 15-19: Blizzard: All enemies hit are slowed and the area becomes difficult terrain for the remainder of the encounter. 20: Tornado: All enemies hit are thrown 10 feet in the air and are pushed 2 squares.
Special: This power becomes Blast 4 at Paragon tier and Blast 5 at Epic.


Play a Pegasus if you want...

  • To fly around
  • To bend the power of the sky to your will
  • To be 20% cooler
  • To be a member of a race that favors the Paladin, or Fighter classes.

Physical Qualities[edit]

Approximately the size of Earth Ponies, but with wings midway along the back, usually with a wingspan of 8-10'

Playing a Pegasus[edit]


Pegasus Characteristics:

Male Names: Orion, Thunder, Blitz

Female Names: Raindrop, Spark Crash, Sunny Days

Pegasus Adventurers[edit]

Three sample Pegasus adventurers are described below.

Sunny Days was a kind, rather timid Pegasus. That was, until her entire family and village was burned down by a wily group of maniacal orcs. Since then, her best friend and mentor became a minotaur by the name of Karn, who not only taught her to fight, but to lead entire armies against her opponents. Not surprisingly, thousands of orcs have been taken down by her hoof. If only orc meat tasted good, then she would be able to eat for life.

It was not long before Spark Crash learned how to be a bounty hunter. After the kingdom hired her on the spot to stop an invasion of ghouls, she proved to be quite an effective general and commander. Taking lead of the king's army, Spark used every spell in the book of wizardry she inherited from her parents to scare away the foul monsters, almost with no need of anyone else, except for the few brave souls who kept her from being taken down by the hand of the necromancer in control, named Vishtar. Spark was awarded a medal of honor for her bravery afterwards, and everyone celebrated. Since then, she's been a self proclaimed bounty hunter, although she has no where as big an army behind her during battle anymore.

Thunder loved apples. That's what got him in trouble in the first place, as he was hungry enough one day to eat an apple off the next tree he spotted, which happened to belong to a community of monks who worshiped it. Seeing the Pegasus dig its mouth into one of the apples (or "children", as the monks referred to them), was considered sacrilegious. They formed a mob and chased after the poor flying horse. Luckily, Thunder was able to fly too high into the air for any of the monks to chase after him, but he sometimes has nightmares of those monks still out there searching. Could they really still be seeking his blood?

Racial Options[edit]

Heroic Tier Feats:

Paragon Paths:

Paragon Tier Feats:

Epic Destinies:

Epic Tier Feats:

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