Deep in the upper mountains near the Tourondel River is a small waterfall known as the Nymph’s Flow. Rumor has it the waterfall is a result of a fey river nymph’s crying for her lost love. The waterfall plummets some 300 feet down to a small pool before running as a small brook to the Tourondel River itself. On the shores of the pool is a small town that takes its name from the waterfall. Over time, the local citizens have taken to dropping the word “Nymph” from the town’s name and call the town affectionately “Flow”.
The easiest way to get in and out of the city is via the river, but there is alsoa small pass to the north. During the winter months, the river freezes over and the pass becomes blocked. The small town of Flow is securely protected from all travel for the three winter months of the year. The Feywood (known as the Fangwood in certain parts of the realm) come very close to the city of Flow and the isolated citizens can be very superstitious.