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The river got its name from the brown, silt infested, water it carried from the lake. The water of the river was otherwise normal, however, if properly gathered, and the correct prayers said, the water became a useful ingredient in healing potions.
Due to these unique properties, several temples had built small shrines alongside the river to gather its water, and sometimes hired others to desecrate the shrines of rival temples.