By David Pescovitz at 12:03 pm Wed, Dec 8, 2010
ah ha! you can tell by the pixels that someone will comment that it’s “shopped”
It’s definitely Pegasus. In fact, I’m going to consider it a Pegasus Chaser for all of the horrible things I’ve been reading about in the WikiLeaks cables. I need to unthink some of that stuff for a few minutes or my brain is going to implode from anger with my fellow humans, and I think pondering Pegasus is a great way to do that.
Pegasus with horns = WIN
Then again, some antelope getting chased by a crane has its own special je ne sais quoi…
Lol, it’s a Bogrotavian Donkey! (for real, what history are you americans studying? the 30 year struggle to breed Bogrotavian Horses with Borgotavian radishes, anyone? the subsequent 12-years famine? The Donkey Solution???)
Plus he has a cool neckbeard.
It’s Pegasus, you can tell by the tattoo of a bird on it’s lower neck
Why would a crane chase an antelope? I know that some cranes are carnivorous and eat rodents, but an antelope is a little too big to take on.
If the crane is defending a nest it will chase just about anything.
Probably got too close to the nest?
As well as the neckbeard, he appears to be a priest. Perhaps not Pegasus but an angel?
[rifles through D&D Monster Manual]
It’s a Peryton!
[rolls for initiative]
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