- "Dal Hon, a land of yellow grasses, acacias, huge herds and big cats – savannah"
- ―Mappo Runt
The Dal Hon Plains were located in the southwest part of Quon Tali, just north of Forest Horn. This savannah region was the homeland of the Dal Honese. They were an area of rich grassland with young, fresh winds.
Herds of shaggy-headed great horned Thanu roamed the plains. The plains were also home to zebras, whose genetic heritage was plain in the faint stripes of the crossbred semi-domesticated horses used by the Dal Honese. Annual migrations of animal herds caused the earth to thunder under their passage.