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How to get the Pegasus, Black Unicorn and Rainbow Unicorn skins in Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Who wants a normal horse in Assassin's Creed Odyssey? Pfft, screw that why not get a rainbow trailing unicorn, or even a winged Pegasus? There's a range of Phobos skins that both totally historically inaccurate and also amazing. Here's how to get them and show ancient Greece what it's missing. 

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How to get the Pegasus in Assassin's Creed Odyssey

The ultimate Phobos skin is the Pegasus, which is available in the Ubisoft Store, for a fairly expensive 750 Helix Credits. It does have wings though. But I'll warn you, he absolutely cannot fly, but it is more of a cushioned landing. Sorry folks. 

How to get the Black Unicorn and Pegasus in Assassin's Creed Odyssey

You can actually get the rainbow-themed unicorn skin in the game via the Blacksmith's shop, and it only costs 6400 drachmae. However, these Phobos skins spawn randomly, so you might have to go to a few before you actually see the Epic Unicorn Skin pop up as a purchase option. It's rather awesome, as it comes with a purple horn, and rainbow trails coming off its hooves. 

But, if you want to go one better, you can splash out using some real-world cash in the Ubisoft Store and get yourself the black unicorn, which comes with a silver horn and white sparkling hoof trails for something a little more… subtle. It does cost 500 Helix Credits though.