The original Pegasus sprung from the Gorgon Medusa after she was defeated by Perseus. Eventually the horse was flown to the heavens by Bellerophon, where it became on constellation. Never completely happy with the quiet life among the stars, Pegasus took a new form: Twilight Pegasus.
Not willing to settle into life among the stars, but not wanting to leave the night sky bereft of a constellation, Pegasus takes the form of Twilight Pegasus, allowing itself to roam the world once again when it desires a new adventure. On cloudy nights when the stars remain invisible, the flying horse transforms into Twilight and leaves its space in the heavens.
Twilight Pegasus carries on the tradition of brave flying horses, returning from the stars to the Earth as a steed for the greatest champions. Twilight Pegasus represents the more adventurous and daring side of Pegasus the flying horse.
The sleek black of Twilight Pegasus stands in stark contrast to the traditional Pegasus—steed of heroes. But this 5.5-inch-long figure is a creature of the night, only leaving the sky in starless darkness.