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Winter, 17th Turn, 11th Pass

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Winter continues on but for a lucky few it is not a factor as they travel south. Grove Weyr has called on Dalibor to assist them with exploring the deep jungle to the southeast of the Weyr. Warm weather sounds great and for a few days it is for the explorers.

Good things never last and those on the expedition soon meet huge snakes capable of crushing a human, huge felines - some of which are taken alive to be delivered somewhere, new fruits, new medicinal plants, and also a gorgeous bloom that no one has ever seen the likes of before! Other fauna in the jungle proves to be far more friendly as a number of riders and handlers return with winged snakes and some kind of bushy tailed rodent? No one is quite sure what they are but the beasthall will surely be interested in the new species!

Illness spreads through the expedition goers and then through Dalibor as well - possibly spread by someone who returned early from the expedition. No one is entirely sure what the catalyst for the illness was and it has an alarming fatality rate. For days there are large groups of people that are touch and go, healers work non-stop to keep them from perishing; for some their effort is in vain.


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An Overview of Dragons


Though this knowledge is long lost to time, the dragons of Pern were originally genetically engineered by a woman named Kitti Ping from the native species called firelizards to be larger and more intelligent in order to combat Thread.

Dragons are sapient, carnivorous, oviparous, warm-blooded animals ranging in size from that of a draft horse to that of a gray whale. Like all of Pern's native fauna, they have six limbs: four feet and two wings. Their blood, referred to as ichor, is copper-based and green in color. They have multifaceted eyes that change color depending on their mood: red for anger, hunger, fear, lust, or pain; orange for alarm, hunger, agitation, panic, suspicion, excitement, or agitation; yellow for anxiety, fear, worry, or concern; green and blue for happiness or contentment; purple and lavender for worry, stress, or lust; and gray for deep sadness or pain. Their head and general body are similar in shape to those of horses. On their heads they have small headknobs, similar to those of giraffes, and no visible ears. Unlike the dragons of Terran legend, they have a smooth hide rather than scales; the texture of their skin is described as being reminiscent of suede with a spicy, sweet, somewhat musky scent when clean. Their tails end in a slight fork.

Newly hatched dragons are the size of small dogs to small ponies and they reach their full size after eighteen months. Sexual maturity is typically reached three to six months after that for males and six to twenty-four months for females. Due to the fact that young dragons grow rapidly, their riders must regularly apply oil to their hides to prevent the skin from cracking or drying out.

Dragons, like their firelizard ancestors, can breathe fire by chewing a phosphine-bearing rock, called apatite on Earth and firestone on Pern. The rock reacts with an acid in a special second stomach dragons possess. This forms a volatile gas that can be exhaled at will and ignites upon contact with air. The flame is used to burn Thread from the sky before it reaches the ground. However, the chewed firestone must be expelled from the body after it is used due to the fact that dragons cannot digest the byproducts.

Dragons are capable of subconscious telekinesis that allows them to lift incredible loads in flight despite their wingspans and size. However, this ability is not known and cannot be consciously activated. Dragons also have the ability to teleport by briefly entering a hyperspace dimension called between. They are even capable of betweening through time, though the practice is extremely dangerous and knowledge of it is not readily taught.

Dragons can communicate via telepathy with anyone they desire. However, they typically limit their communication to their rider and other dragons. Some dragons are more talkative than others; many may speak to humans with close emotional ties to their rider. Rare humans called HADs or Hears-All-Dragons have the ability to hear what a dragon says regardless of whether the dragon bespoke them specifically or not.

Each dragon has a personality and most have a well-formed sense of self. However, the intelligence of most is overall more limited than that of the average human. Long-term memory is nearly nonexistent in many dragons. As a species, they are generally pacifistic. They very rarely fight one another, violence usually reserved for the rare occurrence when two ranking females come into estrus at the same time while in close proximity to one another. The great majority also pose no threat to humans, except for shortly after they hatch or when they have a clutch they feel is threatened.

As a safeguard against the damage that could be caused by such powerful creatures, Kitti Ping engineered dragons to be profoundly dependent on their riders. When they first hatch, they form a bond in what is called Impression to a young adult, called a candidate, who is presented to their clutch. Any dragonet that fails to Impress to a human shortly after hatching will die. When a dragon hatches, they are also aware of their own names and announce them to their new riders upon Impression. Pernese dragons' names always end in -th. If a dragon's rider dies, the dragon immediately commits suicide by going between without a destination. The only exception is when the rider of a clutching female dragon dies while the female is gravid; the dragon waits just long enough to lay her eggs and see them hatch before disappearing between. Humans who lose their dragons typically commit suicide as well. However, some do survive, although the experience leaves them deeply scarred. Dragons and humans are considered to be "soulmates." Though there may be conflict within such a relationship, its loss leaves a profound hole that traumatises the one left behind.

When a dragon reaches their thirties, their hide begins to gray. Fertile females stop producing eggs around that point in their lives. By their forties, they start to show true signs of old age, their joints becoming stiff. However, a dragon will live as long as their human partner with proper care. Illness is rare; injury is the leading cause of premature death for dragons.

Dragons come in a series of color classes based on size and gender. This organizes them into a rough hierarchy that influences the rank structure within Weyrs. For further information on colors, see our full article on Dragon Colors in the Dragons & Whers board.

Most female dragons experience a periodic mating urge where they rise in flight before intertwining with their chosen suitor. During these flights, the riders involved feel the emotions of their dragons as their own. Infertile females typically rise more often than fertile females, but a fertile female will rise more often during a pass. At the end of a pass and during each interval, a fertile female dragon may rise to mate only once every four or five turns. Infertile females typically fly the same number of times each turn regardless of the threat level. Though any male can pursue any female, larger males are the only ones who typically have the stamina to catch larger females and smaller males are the only ones who typically have the agility to catch smaller females.

During a female dragon's flight, the interested males compete to catch her. The female will pick whichever male she prefers at that moment. The pair then mates in midair. The Pernese commonly believe that longer flights result in larger clutches for fertile female dragons and the dragons are thus encouraged to blood kills rather than feed directly preceding a flight to cut down on weight. Three months after the flight, a clutch is laid if that is the result; five weeks after that point, the clutch hatches. Further information on clutch sizes and flights can be found in the threads entitled Dragon Colors and Clutch Charts for Dragons.
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Alternating Wings
Male is 6', Female is 5'5", only some wings visible for comparisons


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Wingless
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Gold & Gray
Male is 6', Female is 5'5", direct comparison of Dalibor's largest and smallest dragons

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Queens and Kings



QUEENS
females - large - clutch consistently - do not flame - one percent of population


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Personality: Strong and proud, golds are natural leaders. They tend to be dominant and strong-willed, though relatively calm and non-aggressive. Loyal to their Weyr and rider, they expect that loyalty to be paid back to them, and are loath to tolerate dissent or disrespect. They often have strategic minds. Golds Impress only to females.
Occurrence: 0.5% of dragon poplulation
Size: 51-55 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Like the eggs that hold them, golds have a metallic sheen to their hides. Many have bright yellow hides, though faded, dusky tones are also possible. They have large and powerful frames. Gold dragons are unable to flame even if they chew firestone.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Golds rise once every 1-5 turns. They tend to choose higher-ranking males.


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Personality: Coppers are fierce and temperamental, especially compared to the typical gold. Their pride is often closer to vanity, and they are likely to use force to deal with a threat or insult. Though blunt, they are not necessarily tactless, refusing to dance around a subject. Coppers are extremely intelligent, though their fiery personalities may obscure this. They Impress only to females.
Occurrence: 0.5% of the dragon population
Size: 48-52 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Like their shining eggs, coppers have metallic hides that shine in the light. A mixture of red, orange, and yellow melds in their hides; most are darker in color than golds, varying shades of orange and brown. They are long and lean, more graceful than golds, though their size keeps them from true agility. Copper dragons are unable to produce flame even if they chew firestone.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Coppers rise once every 1-5 turns. A copper is more likely than a gold to select a higher-ranking male due to her vanity.



KINGS
males - large - catch any female - flame - four percent of population


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Personality: Stoic and calm, irons are typically quiet but strong of presence. When they speak, they do so carefully, never wasting words. Though not prideful, they are natural leaders who are willing to take command, and they loathe to have their authority questioned. There is often a distinct air of nobility and purpose to the way they behave. They Impress only to males.
Occurrence: 2.0% of the dragon population
Size: 46-48 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. While still metallic, their hides tend to be duller than those of bronzes. They are gray in color, but their hides often contain hints of green, orange, or blue. Due to their wide frame, irons tend to be bulky and have enormous wingspans to help carry their weight.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.


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Personality: Bronzes are creatures of both plans and action; which they prefer is dependent upon the dragon. They are leaders, levelheaded and noble, though prone to flights of passion. They tend to be vain, ambitious, and competitive, constantly striving to be the best. They are much more prideful than irons. They Impress only to males.
Occurrence: 2.0% of dragon population
Size: 44-47 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Built for strength and stamina, their bodies are typically well-proportioned. Their hides are metallic and mix shades of brown and orange with hints of green.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.
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SUB-QUEENS
females - large - clutch inconsistently - weak flame - four percent of population


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Personality: At odds with their gentle appearance, oranges are usually elitist and prideful. They have high opinions of themselves. Though they are not very intellectual, they can be determined and forceful enough to act as leaders in a pinch. Many will hide their sharp edges behind a facade of ladylike pleasantness. They can be flirty, but they tend to be extremely picky when it comes to potential mates. They Impress almost exclusively to females, with male riders possible but exceedingly rare.
Occurrence: 1.3% of the dragon population
Size: 40-43 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Most oranges have bright hides toward the median of the hue, though cream and burnt tones are possible. They typically have delicate, narrow wings and slender bodies. They produce small, weak flames, the size of a fighter's.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. They rise once every 1-5 turns, and produce medium-sized clutches approximately once every four flights.


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Personality: Tans are largely known for their lack of intelligence, with poor memories and a tendency to misunderstand things. However, they are also sweet, gentle souls, comfortable living as followers and content with what they have. Most are endearingly quirky, living with their heads in the clouds. They almost exclusively Impress to females, with male riders possible but exceedingly rare.
Occurrence: 1.3% of the dragon population
Size: 40-42 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Tans have dull, pale hides, ranging from cream to tawny and without any real hint of color beyond brown. They tend to be simply built, more slender than browns but without the serpentine quality noted in oranges. They produce small, weak flames, the size of a fighter's.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. They rise once every 1-5 turns and produce medium-sized clutches approximately once every four flights.


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Personality: Short-tempered and volatile, reds are considered the most dangerous class of dragon. They lack patience and are extremely demanding and aggressive. They are jealous and protective of things they consider their own, sometimes to the extent of being possessive of their riders; they will only Impress to stable people who are capable of controlling them at their most vicious. They almost exclusively Impress to females, with male riders possible but exceedingly rare.
Occurrence: 1.3% of the dragon population
Size: 39-42 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Their hides range from bright crimson to maroon, but they are never particularly pale. Solidly-built, reds tend to have longer tails than most dragons. They produce small, weak flames, the size of a fighter's.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. They rise once every 1-5 turns and produce medium-sized clutches approximately once every four flights.



SUB-KINGS
males - large - catch any female - flame - ten percent of population


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Personality: Viridians are known for a near-total lack of a sense of humor, at least when it comes to themselves - they hate to be made fun of, and most have a terrible bedside manner to boot. They are somber, critical, and extremely serious, ranging from merely dour to outright obsessive. Though focused and ambitious, they have a selfish streak a mile wide which often keeps them from leadership. They tend to be inflexible but obedient. They Impress almost exclusively to males, with female riders being exceedingly rare.
Occurrence: 3.3% of the dragon population
Size: 40-42 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Their hides tend to be among the more vibrant shades of green, tending toward yellow and without any hint of blue. They are generally rather bulky, large and tall.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.


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Personality: Stable and calm, browns tend to be unflappable, or at least present a placid appearance when startled or upset. They tend to have a soothing manner on others, kind and gentle. They are loyal and willing to listen. Though generally not ambitious, they make excellent leaders when called upon, and make friends easily. They Impress almost exclusively to male candidates, with female riders being exceedingly rare.
Occurrence: 3.3% of population
Size: 38-41 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Browns are solid, sturdy dragons, typically wide of wing and thick of tail. Their hides range from light and sandy to dark and chocolatey, occasionally with a hint of red undertone.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.


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Personality: Fun-loving and with a notable vitality, purples enjoy having a good time. They are jokers and entertainers, always out to cheer others up, sometimes at their own expense. They are never totally serious, and will try to make even the most somber occasion into a more upbeat affair. Their lighthearted attitude tends to keep them from leadership, though they have the ingenuity to function in such positions when necessary. Prone to flirting, they tend to be fickle in their attentions. They Impress almost exclusively to male candidates, with female riders being exceedingly rare.
Occurrence: 3.3% of the dragon population
Size: 37-40 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Purples are longer and leaner than viridians and browns, which makes them more agile than the other subkings. Their hides can be any shade of purple, from lavender to indigo.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.
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Sports
females or males - large or small - flame - two percent of population


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Personality: Yellows are sweethearts, loving and cheerful. They are all but incapable of hatred, and most tend to eschew any form of negative emotion. Their mission in life is to make the world a happier place. Typically naive, they may come across as cute and youthful, though most have good memories despite their gullibility.
Occurrence: 0.7% of the dragon population
Size: 34-37 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Yellows generally have bright, radiant hides, though more creamlike or dusky tones are possible as well. Most yellows are light and slender. Yellows produce strong, narrow cones of fire when they flame.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Female yellows fly once every 1-5 turns and clutch rarely, about once every five flights.


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Personality: Extremely intelligent and gifted with long memories, whites have gained a reputation for having strange traits. At base, however, they are playful, energetic, and sweet. Most are quite talkative and open, having a particular gift for empathy. Whites tend to be extremely curious.
Occurrence: 0.7% of the dragon population
Size: 15-18 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Despite their name, almost all whites are not truly white. Pale shades of pink, blue, green, cream, violet, and yellow mix on their glossy hides with infrequent, small patches of white and light gray; they are truly a rainbow of color, though one would have to look extremely close to notice. They are built for agility and possess little stamina. Whites produce small but strong flames.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Female whites fly once every 2-6 turns, and typically clutch once every two flights. Whites are notoriously disinterested in flights, however, particularly the males.


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Personality: Dour, quiet, and aloof, grays tend to be extremely sensitive to their rider's emotions. Though perceived as moody and withdrawn due to their preference for their rider's company, they have a vivid inner life, imaginative and inventive. They are very thoughtful and quite intelligent.
Occurrence: 0.7% of the population
Size: 12-15 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Grays tend to have extremely large wings, and are strong despite their diminutive size. Their hides can range from near-black to silvery, and have a dull, stony quality. Grays produce small but strong flames, appropriate for their size.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Female grays fly once every 2-6 turns and clutch roughly once every three flights.
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MALE FIGHTERS
males - small - catch any non-Queen female - flame - thirty percent of population


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Personality: Emotionally stable, blues are the most common searchdragons due to their ability to be both sensitive and calm. They are loyal and usually obedient, though they can be stubborn and opinionated as well. They are known for being well-balanced, though some can be fierce.
Occurrence: 10% of the dragon population
Size: 29-34 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Built along solid, wide lines, they have both strength and stamina. Their hides tend toward middling shades of blue, though they can range from cornflower to navy.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.


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Personality: Burgundies are go-getters, aggressive and always seeking action. Not necessarily interested in leadership, they make excellent fighters, brave and relentless in pursuit of their desires. Many are unforgiving and short-tempered, but they are not particularly violent dragons. They can be quite demanding, forward to the point of tactlessness.
Occurrence: 10% of the dragon population
Size: 28-30 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Burgundies tend to have dark red hides, never especially vibrant or bright; they have more of a purple tint to them than reds do. For the most part, they are bulky and muscular, built for strength.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.


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Personality: Blacks are best known for an aura of mystery. Though their internal life can be varied, from sweet to vicious, they tend to be quiet and shy, keeping their motives and thoughts to themselves. Most dislike violence and loud noises. They are excellent communicators in spite of their preference for silence.
Occurrence: 10% of the dragon population
Size: 18-21 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Blacks are the swiftest fighters, built on slim, aerodynamic lines. Though their hides may bear slight tints of color, they have the least range of any dragon, and most are jet black.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months.
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FEMALE FIGHTERS
females - small - infertile - flame - forty-nine percent of population


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Personality: Cyans are known as the most versatile dragon color, with a wide variety of potential traits. As a whole, however, they tend to be purposeful. They set goals, though whether they are traditionally ambitious or more frivolous depends on the dragon. Whatever their particular desire, however, they tend to be strong-willed, and they take themselves and their rider seriously, though they may have excellent senses of humor.
Occurrence: 16.3% of the dragon population.
Size: 29-31 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Cyans tend to be more heavyset, though their build may vary. In color they are a mixture of blue-green, and many are easily mistaken for one or the other at first glance. However, they share a distinct glossiness to their hide which sets them apart.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Cyans fly once or twice each turn, and are infertile.


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Personality: Greens are empathetic and emotional dragons, highly attuned to their riders. They tend to be more outgoing than cyans or pinks, and are known to be flirty, flighty, impatient, and energetic. Brave and quick to act, they are often stubborn and opinionated. Some are short-tempered, and most become irritable around the time of their flights.
Occurrence: 16.3% of the dragon population
Size: 24-29 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. Built for agility, they typically have long, narrow wings and lanky, lean bodies. Their hides tend toward brighter shades, but can range from lime to forest.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. Greens fly three or four times each turn, and are infertile.


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Personality: Pinks are friendly and loving, and while most are energetic and talkative, some can be more shy and withdrawn. Many are curious and adventurous, and most love to explore and meet new people. They are as a whole good-natured and sweet, but they have an awareness and intelligence which sets them apart from the more gullible tans and yellows.
Occurrence: 16.3% of the dragon population
Size: 21-24 feet
Appearance: Physically mature at 18 months. They are built delicately, with fragile wings, slender tails, and a narrow neck. Most of their hides are a light, creamy pink, but they can be a darker magenta or so pale they are nearly white as well.
Sexuality: Sexually mature at 18 months. They fly two or three times each turn, and are infertile.
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Dragon Clutch Charts

Male partner color has no effect on color spread.

KEY
LIMITED: 0.1% to 1.9% of eggs.
RARE: 2.0% to 5.0% of eggs.
SPORADIC: 5.1% to 9.9% of eggs.
COMMON: 10.0% to 14.9% of eggs.
ABUNDANT: 15.0% to 20.9% of eggs.


OFFSPRING Gold Copper Orange Tan Red Yellow White Grey
Gold limited limited -- -- -- -- -- --
Copper limited limited -- -- -- -- -- --
Iron rare rare limited limited limited -- limited --
Bronze rare rare limited limited limited -- limited --
Orange rare rare rare limited limited limited limited --
Tan rare rare rare rare limited limited limited --
Red rare rare rare rare rare limited limited limited
Viridian sporadic sporadic rare rare rare rare rare limited
Brown sporadic sporadic rare rare rare rare rare limited
Purple sporadic sporadic sporadic sporadic limited rare rare rare
Yellow limited limited limited limited limited limited sporadic sporadic
White limited limited limited limited limited limited sporadic sporadic
Gray limited limited limited limited limited limited rare rare
Blue common common sporadic sporadic sporadic sporadic sporadic sporadic
Burgundy abundant abundant common common common common common common
Black common common common common sporadic common abundant sporadic
Cyan abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant common sporadic sporadic
Green abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant common
Pink abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant abundant common
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