Dalibor is a semi-canon Dragonriders of Pern site. No knowledge of the series or site is required to join; players of all experience levels are welcome here. Founded in 2008 on Proboards and moved to Jcink in 2013, Dalibor has been running for eight years.
Summer, 18th Turn, 11th Pass
Slightly chilly spring days slowly but surely grow warmer as spring gives way to summer. Already the season is proving to be an unseasonably warm one, thankfully breezes have been common giving some relief. Dalibor's denizens can be found frequenting the Weyr's lake more often than in the season before, soaking up all of Rukbat's warm rays while they last.
Though not as common as the springtime there are lingering showers that come and go; thunderstorms are suddenly more common than they were in spring. Word is spreading that Fort Weyr has had an interesting outcome at their most recent hatching: An Orange broke shell and Impressed a genderneutral Candidate.
Rayna of Gold Couineth - Boo
Z'dyn of Iron Baihujinth - Rhia
Jali of Copper Laanasuth - Rii
Arlya of Burgundy Xerocleth - Rowana
Norla of Bronze Norsk - Ivy
Der of Grey Desk - Rii
Oreanda of Bronze Osk - Ruin
Nia of Pink Koeneth - Catsitta
S'vor of Green Absinth - Ruriko
Ijo of Brown Isk - Rhia
Pavir of Blue Pavisk - Captain
Swithin of Blue Swisk - Ivy
Ulian of White Rivath - Ruin
Ra'h of Green Musath - Blot
Zanii of Black Zansk - Leo
Dalibor was created by Bre, continued by Cathaline, and is now owned and operated by Ruin
. Most of the information, rules, and graphics were made, compiled, or written by staff with credit given to those whose resources they used. Stock thanks to credited parties. All characters and posts are copyrighted to the members of the game. No material from this site should be copied in any way, shape, or form without utter express permission from the members and staff. All references to worlds and characters based on Anne McCaffrey's 'Dragonrider of Pern' series are copyright Anne McCaffrey 1967-2017, all rights reserved. The Dragonriders of Pern is registered U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, by Anne McCaffrey, used here with general permission for non-commercial purposes without monetary gain.
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The open skies of Pern, from the clear blue expanse above the Southern Continent, to the brisk crisp winds of the Northern Continent, to the bitter unexplored airs above the Western Continent, and even the windy, spirally storms above the seas. This is where mating dragons take flight with suitors in their wakes, where wings rise up to defend Pern, and where a dragon can take a lazy afternoon glide. The skies of anywhere offer endless possibilities.
||Yesterday at 04:36 pm
In: Magic Carpet Ride
Though the smallest one of Pern’s three continents, the Western Continent is largely unexplored once you move off the beaches. The lowlands are largely temperate rainforests or drier woods with ancient growth. Moving up into the higher lands, the continent becomes filled with low mountains amongst stretches of plateaus with dry, windy plains. Though both the southern and northern beaches are very hospitable, the strait that splits the continent is lined with rocky cliffs.
||Dec 29 2017, 12:44 AM
In: Something Right
||Western Ring Islands
All of the ring islands are largely unrecorded. The eastern ones play host to the holdless. The western ones extend down in a slight arc from the bottom end of the Western Continent. Though the northern ones tend to be larger and mountainous, the smaller southern and middle islands tend to be very warm and tropical. Still, the waters near the beaches can be treacherous with unexplored hazards and the islands are veiled with mystery. Few bother to go to them.
||The Rest of Pern
Pern is a vast and colorful world, and the residents of Dalibor come from every corner of the globe. The Northern Continent displays a variety of climates. From the cold northern air of High Reaches and Telgar, to the temperate nature of Fort, the prairies and deserts of Keroon and Igen, and the tropical paradise of Ista and Southern Boll, the people of the Northern Continent are as diverse as its landscapes. The Southern Continent is lush with thick, green jungles and picturesque beaches, kept safe by the dragons in the sky and the Thread-eating grubs in the ground.
||Feb 15 2018, 12:40 AM
In: What Was Lost
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