"How did you get him?" she asked as she stroked Soldad's mane. "I lived in Tysia when I was young," she answered, meekly, "they're are as common as dogs there. I've had him since I was a child." Dali was amazed. She tried to picture a place in which pegasii walked around like stray like the stray dogs in Defiate used to. It was beyond her comprehension. A land like that couldn't possibly exist. She tried to imagine what the land must look like high in the sky, on pegasus-back. It seemed even more impossible.