The Great South Stream is a broad stream, just a little smaller than a true river, graced with many tributaries. This waterway flows under the mountains separating Mossflower Woods from Salamandastron, including Bat Mountpit, and eventually drains into the Great Inland Lake. The stream current can be very fast in some areas and requires expert navigation to manage its waters like Duddle Pollspike.
Frequent and experienced travelers of the Great South Stream included the Guerilla Union of South Stream Shrews of Mossflower. The stream was originally discovered by Log-a-Log Big Club who gave it its current name and operated a ferry across it.
Known Residents of the Great South Stream and its banks
- Guerilla Union of South Stream Shrews of Mossflower
- Log-a-Log Big Club