Yin and Yang
"The Elements of Harmony"
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"The Elements of Harmony" is the prologue to Book One: Sounds of Avatar: Pegasus.

The Elements of Harmony

Once upon a time, when the beautiful pegasuses roamed the earth, there were two regal sisters who ruled together and created harmony for all the world.

To do this, the eldest used her pegasus powers to raise the sun at dawn. The younger brought out the moon to begin the night.

Thus, the two sisters maintained balance for the world and their subjects—all the different types of pegasuses. But as time went on, the younger sister became resentful.

The pegasuses relished and played in the day her elder sister brought forth but shunned and slept through her beautiful night.

One fateful day, the younger pegasus refused to lower the moon to make way for the dawn. The elder sister tried to reason with her, but the bitterness in the young one's heart had transformed her into a wicked mare of darkness. She vowed that she would shroud the land in eternal night.

Reluctantly, the elder sister harnessed the most powerful magic known to pegasusdom—the Elements of Harmony.

Using the magic of the Elements of Harmony, she defeated her younger sister and banished her permanently in the moon.

The elder sister took on responsibility for both sun and moon.

Then, one day, a new kind creature saw the light, the humans.

The humans taught the pegasuses how to talk, and therefore, they let them stay in their world. Humans and pegasuses had to learn to live together in harmony, and the harmony has been kept in the world for generations since.

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