The River Eboro is a fast-flowing river that descends from the eastern reaches of the Irrana Mountains, and slows in its paces as it describes a long and lazy loop across the Estalian Plain, before quickening again into the gorges by which it navigates through the Abasko Hills to reach the sea beyond Tobaro.[1a]

The northern shore of the Eboro is a lonely place without a proper path. No ferrymen stations reside along this reach for few travellers come this way. Paths following through the nearby forest are used only by woodcutters and hunters, who have little reason to cross the barer land which separates them from the river's course.[1a]


  • Eboro is likely a play on the Spanish River Ebro.


  • 1: Zaragoz by Brian Craig
    • 1a: Chapter 1

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