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Never as you've planned. The world is a very arbitrary place, isn't it? It's a place where you can be locked in a battle with your dearest friend for stakes neither can afford to lose.
From this, his cheating to beat Yugi and kidnapping Solomon, Mokuba, and Seto Kaiba becomes somewhat understandable.
Furthermore, Pegasus himself honors his pledge to Yugi Muto claiming to be both "duty bound" and a "man of [his] word", releasing the souls of Solomon Muto , Seto and Mokuba Kaiba before being defeated in a Shadow Game by Yami Bakura.
Despite cheating with the Millennium Eye himself, Pegasus showed a dislike for people who cheat for personal gain, such as Bandit Keith who cheated right in front of him.
In the anime, he was somewhat light-hearted in this aspect, simply making fun of Keith while dropping him with a trapdoor. However, he allowed the Duel to continue, presumably to see how Joey had grown as a Duelist.
In the manga, Pegasus often puts on a timid facade to trick his enemies. He pretends to be discouraged by minor upsets in his duels with Yugi and Kaiba, then acts as if his strategies are purely luck-based.
When Kaiba attempts to use the duel disk prototypes, Pegasus pretends that he's too weak to carry the device, forcing Kaiba to use Pegasus' arena.
Years later in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX , Pegasus dropped his ruthless facade completely and became more laid back and jovial.
This was shown during his Duel against Vellian Crowler and Jean-Louis Bonaparte. In the English dub of Bonds Beyond Time, Pegasus is portrayed with an extremely vain personality.
Being an American, Pegasus has a tendency to use English words when speaking in the Japanese version. In all Japanese versions, Pegasus is known as Pegasus J.
In the dub and manga, the name is instead Maximillion Pegasus. In the English Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses video game, and in the instruction booklet for Yu-Gi-Oh!
Forbidden Memories , his original name, Pegasus Crawford is used, while in the other games his dub and manga name is used.
Pegasus is unusual in that his English name is used in the English manga while most Yu-Gi-Oh! In the video game, Yu-Gi-Oh!
The Falsebound Kingdom , the character representing Pegasus within the virtual world of the game is named Pegasus J.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction , Pegasus takes an alias. In the dub, he takes the name Sol Chevalsky , an approximate name when compared to his Japanese alias Sol and Taiyou translate into "Sun".
Maximillion Pegasus first met Cecelia at a party thrown by his businessman father in Las Vegas 14 years before Duelist Kingdom.
The two fell in love and made plans to live together. Pegasus often spent time painting portraits of her. In the dub, the two got married. Cecelia died of illness at the age of Pegasus searched the world looking for anything that could possibly revive the dead.
His quest led him to Egypt, where their beliefs of an afterlife intrigued him. Here he met Shadi , the ghost of a guardian of the Millennium Items.
Shadi warned him that he wouldn't find the solutions to his problems here and tells him to leave. Pegasus is impressed as he thinks Shadi just read his mind.
He ignores Shadi's warning and follows him to an underground temple. After Shadi realizes Pegasus followed him, he puts him to the Millennium Eye 's test.
If Pegasus was worthy of the Eye, he would be granted his dearest wish, which was to see Cecelia again. Pegasus has his left eye replaced with the Millennium Eye, which Shadi forced into Pegasus' socket.
After receiving the eye, Pegasus saw a vision of Cecelia for a brief moment, enough to hug her before returning to reality.
Pegasus soon learned of the ancient Shadow Games that were played in ancient Egypt and became obsessed with their powers. Having created Industrial Illusions , he started a new game in the United States, Duel Monsters , a card game based on the Duels of ancient times.
Combining the magic of the Millennium Items with these cards had the same effect as using them with the stone slabs originally used.
On a second trip to Egypt, Shadi took Pegasus to an underground city and led him to chamber, containing a tablet of carvings of the Egyptian Gods.
Pegasus then returned to America to create the God Cards, basing them off what he'd seen on the tablet. However, everyone Pegasus employed to work on the God cards died or disappeared in the dub.
Despite this, Pegasus refused to stop this project. He continued to paint the God Cards himself. As he did so, he fell asleep and dreamed of a Egyptian city being destroyed by the Gods.
Shadi appeared to Pegasus in the dream and warned him of the danger he was unleashing. He told Pegasus that his only hope was to return the God Cards to their resting place.
Fearing for his life, Pegasus returned to Egypt, and had Ishizu Ishtar , a current guardian, bury the Egyptian God Cards in the Pharaoh's tomb.
In the dub, during some unprecedented time in the creation of Duel Monsters , Pegasus had also traveled to Eastern Asia, where he drew inspiration from the religions and mythologies to create the Spirit monster card variety.
Pegasus receives a proposal from Seto Kaiba from KaibaCorp inquiring about developing a Dueling Arenas to amplify Duel Monsters. Pegasus participated in the Intercontinental Duel Monsters Championship tournament and faced Bandit Keith in the finals.
Pegasus toys with Keith and reads his mind using the Millennium Eye. He scribbles down some notes and calls a kid, named Sam , from the audience over.
He hands Sam the instructions and tells him to use them to defeat Keith. In the meantime, Pegasus sits with Kaiba and happily accepts his proposal to develop the holographic system, as they watch Sam defeat and humiliate Keith.
Pegasus is also present at the regional Duel Monsters championship in Japan. He hands the prizes to the winner Weevil Underwood and invites him to participate in his Duelist Kingdom tournament.
Pegasus is the inspiration for Dungeon Dice Monsters , a game that Duke Devlin created. After playing Duke in a game, Pegasus approves the creation of Dungeon Dice Monsters, wanting to expand it further.
Upon Pegasus' request, Duke allows him to make an addition to the game. Pegasus adds " Dark Magician " as a monster, which Duke doesn't learn of until later.
Pegasus also hacks into KaibaCorp's computer system and adds some of Dungeon Dice Monsters' data. Pegasus is informed of the uncontested Duel Monsters champion, Seto Kaiba , being defeated by Yugi Muto.
He struck a deal with The Big Five from KaibaCorp in an attempt to overthrow Seto Kaiba and gain control of KaibaCorp.
Pegasus planned the Duelist Kingdom tournament in the hopes of defeating Yugi Muto to restore the company's reputation and take Yugi's Millennium Puzzle in the dub.
He planned to use KaibaCorp's Solid Vision technology to create a holographic version of Cecelia. In the dub, he planned on using the Millennium Items and the technology to revive Cecelia.
But even without that, Pegasus had something pretty impressive going for him with the cards he played. His deck was full of Toon monsters and creepy monsters that could steal his opponent's cards, making it impossible to win the battle.
Unless the player were the King of Games. This could only work in the anime. The card allows the player to tribute a Toon monster after the opponent special summons a monster.
The trap then special summons a Toon Monster from the hand or deck with the same name as the summoned monster. This card had the weirdest abilities when it was introduced.
But it also allowed any monsters Pegasus had to transform into Toon Monsters, and any Toon Monsters would be unable to be attacked with normal monsters.
This made it into one of the most powerful cards in the game, and easily the best field spell of that era. Trap Displacement decides that whatever trap is activated, the opponent receives whatever the effect of the trap is.
Aster Phoenix , and 5. Jesse Anderson. He explains that Jesse was the only Duelist who could use the " Crystal Beast " cards he had given him.
However, Jesse did not have the " Rainbow Dragon " card as its tablet had not yet been discovered. While Jesse and everyone else at Duel Academy were trapped in another dimension, the tablet is discovered and Pegasus uses a high tech portable card designer to create the card right then and there.
After it's finished, the card is transported to the other dimension so Jesse could use its power to take the school back home.
Sometime later, when several cards stopped working on Duel Disks, he hired Axel Brodie to investigate. Among other moments, Pegasus' discovery of the Tablet of Lost Memories is shown.
A poster for the WRGP lists one of its sponsors as the "Pegasus J. Crawford Memorial Foundation", suggesting that by 5D's he had passed away.
In the unaltered events of Bonds Beyond Time, an old article depicted the tournament that Pegasus held at Domino Plaza went smoothly without a problem.
The article presented a photo showing that Yugi had won the tournament with Pegasus shaking his hand in congratulation. Pegasus is the target of Paradox , the main antagonist in Yu-Gi-Oh!
Here, Paradox aims to kill Pegasus using Yusei Fudo 's " Stardust Dragon ", eliminating Duel Monsters from existence in order to prevent his future from being destroyed by Synchro Summoning.
When Paradox came to Yugi Muto 's time during a tournament that Pegasus was hosting, he used his Malefic Dragons to destroy buildings in the plaza, resulting in Pegasus' death as he was crushed under a collapsing building, along with several other bystanders, including Solomon Muto.
Yugi then traveled back in time with Yusei Fudo and Jaden Yuki to a point prior to both Pegasus's arrival in Domino City and Paradox's, so that the three can defeat Paradox.
After Paradox's defeat, Pegasus is then shown distributing cards at the event. Pegasus makes a number of appearances outside of the various Yu-Gi-Oh!
He appears as an opponent in many of the video games, using his signature Toon themed Deck. His most prominent appearance in the video games is in Yu-Gi-Oh!
Reshef of Destruction , in which Pegasus once again appears as the main villain. Having found an ancient stone tablet, Pegasus is possessed by an ancient creature known as Reshef the Dark Being, and renames himself "Sol Chevalsky".
Using his resources, Pegasus summons forth all of his former minions, including the Paradox Brothers and PaniK from the Duelist Kingdom arc, and sends them to claim the Millennium Items while he prepares to free the Dark Being from its stone prison.
Ishizu Ishtar foresees the calamity that the Dark Being could unleash and recruits Yugi, Joey, and the player's character to put an end to Pegasus' evil plans.
They eventually succeed in freeing Pegasus and defeating the Dark Being, but Reshef attempts to possess him again. Saddened by his evil actions, Pegasus allows the Dark Being to take his soul, telling Yugi and his friends to seal him away with Reshef trapped inside of him.
Pegasus ultimately accepts his fate, expressing his gratitude at having faced such powerful Duelists before he is sealed into the stone tablet.
During Duelist Kingdom , aside from his Toon cards, Pegasus utilizes control cards to disable enemy monsters, such as " Trap Displacement " and " Magical Neutralizing Force ", and cards that can turn an opponent's cards against them, such as a combo of " Dragon Capture Jar " and " Dragon Piper ", or " Doppleganger ".
These cards take full advantage of Pegasus' mind-reading abilities to anticipate and counter his opponent's moves. As an extension of this control, Pegasus created the cards " Relinquished ", " Thousand-Eyes Restrict ", " Thousand-Eyes Idol ", and " Dark-Eyes Illusionist " specifically for his Duel with Yugi, the cards having the ability to block enemy attacks and absorb the power of Yugi's monsters.
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