The Yurdon River is the principle waterway in the Holy Land. It is formed from tributaries coming out of the Flatlands and from the Galean Sea. It is also fed by the many streams draining out of the hills in the Holy Land, especially during the rainy seasons of Late Fall and Early Spring.
The river is the principle source of commerce for the Holy Land, and also one of the chief means of food production (fish). It flows southwards past Yesulam and into the Sea of Yajiit.