True Pegasus Mutation [by: SkettiApostle]

ATTENTION BREEDER INDUSTRY

Below, we present the hottest article in the quarterly Fluffy Breeder Association (FBA)'s news bulletin: The story of the rarest mutation known to the industry.

Behind the scenes
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A day in the life of Freakarus - the million dollar fluffy.

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Well, if he’s going to be that ungrateful about it I guess there’s no option but to take away his legs.

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Clips the wings and harvest all the semen you’ll ever need. Prolonging his life only increases profits so make him happy and health.

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agreed, in a monetary standpoint, having him relaxed and stress free would make him more willing to reproduce and live longer so the owner can reap more of the proffits

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Humans not caring about a fluffy’s best interests, EVEN FOR THE HUMAN’S FINANCIAL BENEFIT, is a consistent thing it seems.

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Poor Freakus, living in a society and stuff.

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I always relish on the suffering of these pitiful creatures.

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He should just fly away

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Yeah, having the wings removed or just simply clipped short would drastically improve this cash cow’s health and thereby make more money in the long run. From what I understand about fluffy wings is that they are either 50-80% feather and fluff, seems easy to fix.

Sad to see an actually valuable fluffy in the hands of an incompetent breeder.

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This is Dumbo, but with the 20xx era of, is for science, even if this thing can say it suffers like hell.

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When you got the one-in-a-million chance to be born a true “wingie fwuffy”…
…but you still can’t fly.

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He’s so sad but he also has really pinchable cheeks.

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…how does he have a “special friend” if she’s scared of him…I think he’s a lair aswell as a freak.

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i dont think he has one, id imagine the wing weight woudnt let him breed naturally, they must just grab his sperm and inseminate artificially

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Funny how it seem like any offspring would also be unable to move due to the weight, so these babies that people are probably paying a fortune for are also going to be miserable and more of a pain than a regular fluffy.

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He’s not the only fluffy she owns and has a lot of wishful thinking.

True that was misleading in the text. The offspring has “normal” sized wings, i.e. do not share the crippling oversize.

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Oh, I see now.

Does she refuse to remove the wings in an attempt to make people more interested in having their own through breeding?

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Mostly because having the only Pegasus in the world is also a major revenue stream in addition to selling his gene seed.

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Makes sense. Need to have actual proof that you do indeed have the gold mine.

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