|Family|| Chrysaor (brother)|
Jupiter, Pluto (uncles)
Euryale, Stheno, Juno, Ceres, Vesta (aunts)
Diana, Apollo, Minerva, Mars, Vulcan (cousins)
Pegasus Clones and Tornado Warning (clones)
|Friends||Paelen, Venus, Emily Jacobs, Joel DeSilva, Queen Segan]], Prince Tobin, Tirk, Nirads, Cupid, Diana Clones, Cupid Clones, Paelen Clones, Alexis, Earl, Frankie, Thomas|
|Enemies||CRU, Agent R, Agent PS, Agent T (formerly), Tornado Warning (formerly), Agent J, Agent O, Benedict Richard Williams(formerly)|
|Appearances||Pegasus and the Flame, Pegasus and the Fight for Olympus, Pegasus and the New Olympians, Pegasus and the Origins of Olympus|
| Spoiler warning!|
This article contains spoilers to the Pegasus series.
-Emily Jacobs, Pegasus and the New Olympians, page 316
Pegasus is the title deuteragonist in the Pegasus series. He is the son of Neptune the god of the sea and the gorgon Medusa and the twin brother of Chrysaor.
Pegasus, along with his brother Chrysaor, was born from the neck of Medusa after she was beheaded by Jupiter's son Perseus.
Pegasus is described as a glowing white stallion with large feathered wings, dark brown eyes and golden hooves. He is twice the size of a normal horse, as Emily discovered when they tried to find a correctly fitting harness for him at "O'Brian's Livery" in Pegasus and the Flame.
Pegasus is majestic and proud, yet fiercely loyal to his family and friends. Although we are not able to see exactly what he is saying for most of the books, he seems calm and friendly and teases Emily about her crush on Cupid in Pegasus and Olympus at War, and later laughs at her jealousy of Alexis the Sphinx. He loathes being called a horse and never hesitates to make it obvious, but is otherwise quite easy to get along with. However, even he can lose his temper sometimes, especially with some certain people or creatures - Tornado Warning being a good example.
- When Emily becomes a full Xan and therefore gains the ability to understand Pegasus, she learns he calls her "my pet"
For pictures of Pegasus, click here.'