Leythunder River

The river was named by the areas tribesman for it’s fast rapids as it passes by the Talonfrey Mountains, which can by heard from miles away. It is also believed to have magical properties. Certain pools are protected by members of the Salmon Tribe as holy places. Waters from these pools are highly prized amongst the tribesman.

The river then splits into two forks. The East Fork flows into the Redfern Swamp and into the bay. The North Fork flows into the Trackless Sea.

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Leythunder River

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