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The Eventide River is a river that divides the city of Ravagog into two halves. One half is carved into a mountainside and the other is underground. The river is polluted, making it harder for a Hydrokinetic to manipulate. In Neverseen, Linh Song uses this river to make a tidal wave and flood part of Ravagog. The river gets filtered out before going out of Ravagog and running past the Wildwood colony. In Nightfall, it says that there are four river changes which are said to be quite jarring.

Lady Cadence's houseboat, Riverdrift, is on this river.

It was mentioned in Neverseen where Sophie and her friends were planning to go to Ravagog.

It is also mentioned in Nightfall when they go back to Ravagog with Lady Cadence.

Lost Cities



CandleshadeChoralmereDawnheathEverglenFluttermontHavenfieldMistmeadRimeshireRiverdriftShores of SolaceSolreefSplendor PlainsSterling GablesWidgetmoor


Black Swan Hideouts

AlluveterreBrumevaleStone House

Neverseen Hideouts

The Sixteen Former HideoutsPallidroseGwynauraValkonianLady Gisela's NightfallVespera's Nightfall

Exile Places

Entrance to ExileGateway to ExileExileThe Room Where Chances Are LostThe Somnatorium


FoxfireThe Gold TowerThe Hall of IlluminationThe Healing CenterThe Silver TowerThe Tutoring Center


The Alenon RiverThe Eventide RiverSpateswale


Blackwater BayClaws, Wings, Horns and ThingsCrooked ForestDawnheath Troll HiveInktide IslandMoongladeOblivymereHall of HeroesPoint of PurityPrism PeaksSiren RockSlurps and BurpsThe Gloaming ValleyThe King's PathThe Matchmaking OfficeThe SanctuaryThe VoidTribunal HallThe Unity FountainWanderling Woods

Neutral Territories

Bosk GorgeBrackendaleMerrowmarshThe Lake of BloodThe Starkrial ValleyThe Strixian PlainsThe Wildwood Colony


ExilliumThe Arch of Dividing