This article is about the Combat Vehicle. For the Vincent Mk. 42-class WarShip, see Pegasus (Vincent).

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Pegasus Scout Hovertank
Production information
Manufacturer Exeter Organization, Scarborough Manufacturers,[1] Valiant Systems[2]
Production Year 2791[3]
Mission Reconnaissance/Spotting
Type Hovercraft
Cost 835,125 C-bills
Technical specifications
Mass 35 tons
Armor ProtecTech 6 Standard
Engine GM 105 I.C.E.
Speed 129.6 km/h
Crew 3
Communications System Exeter LongScan w/ReconLock
Targeting Tracking System Salamander Systems CommPhase Unit
Heat Sinks 3
BV (1.0) 419
BV (2.0) 640


The Pegasus is a popular recon unit, due to its good speed, decent armor, and respectable firepower. It can be found in almost all militaries, having been introduced in the First Succession War.

Weapons and Equipment[edit]

The Pegasus mounts considerable weaponry for its size, a pair of StarStreak Heavy SRM 6s and a Medium Laser.


As a recon vehicle, known variants of the Pegasus include removing weapons altogether or conversely removing the sensors and adding more SRM ammo.

  • Pegasus (Unarmed) 
    This version of the Pegasus removes all the weaponry. It has twelve tons of cargo space available. BV (2.0)=317[4]
  • Pegasus (Missile) 
    This Pegasus variant replaces the Medium Laser with an extra SRM-6 and an additional ton of ammunition. BV (2.0) = 678[5]
  • Pegasus (Sensor) 
    This version replaces the SRM 6 racks with a pair of SRM-4 launchers. The freed space is occupied by a Remote Sensor Dispenser. BV (2.0) = 571[6]
  • Pegasus C3 
    This version mounts more armor than the typical 3058 upgrade version, and carries a pair of Medium Pulse Lasers and Streak SRM-4 launchers in the turret. Room for all this weaponry comes at the expense of the electronics equipment mounted in the typical 3058 Pegasus. This version does, however, include a C3 Slave in the tank's hull which allows it to share targeting data with friendly units. BV (1.0) = 569[9], BV (2.0) = 785[10]
  • Pegasus MRM 
    This version carries a turret mounted MRM-20 launcher and an ER Medium Laser. It also carries a Guardian ECM Suite and a C3 Slave. BV (1.0) = 571[11] , BV (2.0) = 781[12]
  • Pegasus (Sealed) 
    This version is environmentally sealed and uses Heavy Ferro-Fibrous armor to provide protection. The electronic equipment (TAG,Guardian,Beagle) give this variant futher protection. It also uses a Light Engine and replaces the standard weapons with twin MML-3 launchers and as reserve a MPL is installed.[13] BV (2.0) = 618[14]
  • Pegasus (X-Pulse) 
    This is the production name of the Pegasus X described below. The only difference in the tank is the name. Performance, protection, and weapons are all identical. BV (2.0) = 1,119[15]

Custom Variants[edit]

  • Pegasus X 
    This was an experimental variant produced by Scarborough Manufacturing Annex of Algedi in 3070s. Designed to use experimental weaponry and equipment, it was intended become generation of the Pegasus in recon and harassment actions. The vehicle was fitted with a 210 XL Fusion Engine with a Supercharger. This allowed the vehicle to achieve flank speed of 170 km/h and 220 km/ph when the Supercharger is successfully engaged. Mounted in the turret, the vehicle has twin Medium X-Pulse Lasers co-axed with a Streak SRM 6 launcher. To enhance its spotting abilities, the vehicle has a C3 Slave fitted. The hull is protected by 4.5 tons of Heavy Ferro-Fibrous Armor. BV 1.0 = ????, BV 2.0 = 1,119[16]

Design Quirks[edit]

The Pegasus (X-Pulse) variant is subject of the following Design Quirks:[15]



  1. Technical Readout: 3058 Upgrade, p. 78
  2. Handbook: House Davion, p. 175
  3. MUL online date for the Pegasus
  4. Record Sheets: 3039 Unabridged, p. 79
  5. Record Sheets: 3039 Unabridged, p. 77
  6. Record Sheets: 3039 Unabridged, p. 78
  7. Record Sheets: 3058 Upgrades, p. 92
  8. Record Sheets: 3058 Unabridged (Inner Sphere), p. 69
  9. Record Sheets: 3058 Upgrades, p. 93
  10. Record Sheets: 3058 Unabridged (Inner Sphere), p. 70
  11. Record Sheets: 3058 Upgrades, p. 93
  12. Record Sheets: 3058 Unabridged (Inner Sphere), p. 71
  13. Technical Readout: 3085, p. 191
  14. Record Sheets: 3085 Unabridged — Old is the New New, p. 30
  15. 15.0 15.1 Technical Readout: Prototypes, p. 39
  16. Experimental Technical Readout: Kurita, p. 8, 21, "Pegasus X" - Stats and fluff for the experimental variant of the Pegasus.