Fiddler Falls

Fiddler Falls is a waterfall in the village of Durrow. It is named for the melodic sound that its water makes when falling on the blue Weald Clay cliff from which it tumbles. It is considered one of the prettiest waterfalls in Bree-land because of its steady flow, straight trajectory, and the faint bluish tint that it gains from the rock. It is fed by the Midgewater River to the north. A natural solution cave is hidden behind the curtain of water, and has long been a favourite hideout for Durrow's youth.

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