Pegasus Cloth

Some articles on cloth, pegasus, pegasus cloth:

Saint Seiya Myth Cloth - Line-Up - Campaign Exclusive
... excluding Aries Surplus Cloth) 07 Sagittarius Cloth (Galaxy Battle VER.) 2011.03 Comes with Ikki's face as depicted in the series 08 Pegasus Seiya Bronze Cloth ~Limited ...
List Of Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas Characters - Support Characters
... They wear no Cloth and have no mastery over Cosmo ... which it attacks Unicorn Yato, Crane Yuzuriha and Pegasus Tenma during their return from Yomotsu Hirasaka ... thanks to his brother's Altar Silver Cloth, paying that with his life ...
List Of Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas Characters - Protagonists - Pegasus Tenma
... Pegasus Tenma (天馬星座(ペガサス)の天馬, Pegasasu no Tenma?) is the Pegasus Bronze Saint in Lost Canvas ... to Earth, since the mythical ages of Greece, as the destiny of the Pegasus Saint is to forever be at his goddess' side, since he wields the strength to murder gods ... His shown fighting techniques are Pegasus Meteor Fist (ペガサス流星拳, Pegasasu Ryūseiken?)—a shower of punches at supersonic-speeds ...
Pegasus Seiya - Character Outline - Abilities
... The Pegasus Cloth represents the Pegasus constellation, which is associated with Pegasus, the divine winged horse from Greek mythology ... and defeated ten other trainees to obtain the Pegasus Cloth and the status of Saint of Athena ... The Pegasus Bronze Cloth is damaged various times throughout the series, with Aries Mu typically responsible for repairs ...

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    Well designed, fully functional infant. Provides someone to live for as well as another mouth to feed. Produces cooing, gurgling and other adorable sounds. May cause similar behavior in nearby adults. Cries when hungry, sleepy or just because. Hand Wash with warm water and mild soap, then pat dry with soft cloth and talc. Internal mechanisms are self-cleaning... Two Genders: Male. Female. Five Colors: White. Black. Yellow. Red. Camouflage.
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    Such as even poets would admit perforce
    More practical than Pegasus the horse
    If it could put a star back in its course.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)