February 25, 2008
Artificially evolved from their smaller ancestors, the domesticated Great Dolphin is the transportation of choice across the great seas of the world. Ever since the Big Melt of the 22nd century, humans have learned to use these beasts of burden to perform a multitude of underwater tasks. Their great strength and intelligence have made them prime choices for use in our world today. Riders are equipped with a breathing apparatus that is set to refill when the Great Dolphin comes to the surface to breathe (approximately every half hour).