The Guardians of Danville
Danville river is the river that flows through the centre of Danville. It is technically part of the Mississippi catchment, and rises in the hills north and west of Danville, before flowing south. The City itself is built upon the banks, and the river is the dividing line between West Danville Districts and the East Danville Districts. There are a number of lakes within the catchment, many of whom are artificial, from damming. Some of these dams are historical in nature, stemming from mining work, but are left intact as storm barriers for the city.
the River also feeds the M.O.A.T. but this is the result of an unfortunate accident, as the M.O.A.T. was originally intended to serve as a storm overflow for the river.