East Continent/Sirion River
The Sirion River is the longest river on the East Island, nearly twice as long as the Bescanon River. Sirion River has its source in the foothills to the north of the city of Sirion, in the region known as Sir Temple. From Sir Temple the river runs south past the city of Sirion. Below Sirion, the river turns west, to pass north of the city of Avamar. Winding around to the west, then south of the city of Avamar, the Sirion River turns southeast and empties into the ocean north of the city of Karbala.