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'''Sunset''' is a [[pegasus]] who lived in the [[Moonwood]] with his twin sister [[Sunrise]]. The pair were rescued from [[giant]]s by the moon elf [[Tarathiel]] a few years prior to [[1370 DR]] and after this, they served as winged mounts for him and his partner, [[Innovindil]]. Sunset was so named because his mane has reddish tinges down the length of his body. He is about sixteen hands high with strong muscles.<ref name="tTO-p141">{{cite book/The Thousand Orcs/MMP|141}}</ref>
 
'''Sunset''' is a [[pegasus]] who lived in the [[Moonwood]] with his twin sister [[Sunrise]]. The pair were rescued from [[giant]]s by the moon elf [[Tarathiel]] a few years prior to [[1370 DR]] and after this, they served as winged mounts for him and his partner, [[Innovindil]]. Sunset was so named because his mane has reddish tinges down the length of his body. He is about sixteen hands high with strong muscles.<ref name="tTO-p141">{{cite book/The Thousand Orcs/MMP|141}}</ref>
   
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Revision as of 21:47, November 1, 2012

Sunset is a pegasus who lived in the Moonwood with his twin sister Sunrise. The pair were rescued from giants by the moon elf Tarathiel a few years prior to 1370 DR and after this, they served as winged mounts for him and his partner, Innovindil. Sunset was so named because his mane has reddish tinges down the length of his body. He is about sixteen hands high with strong muscles.[1]

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