On the widest edge of the crack, a thunderous and voluminous river pours down. A mist gathers around where it first tumbles to the riverbed. The current is quick, strong, and disrupted by very few rocks. The water seems to rage against only itself as it flows in a relatively straight path down the mountain. It rushes down to a turbulent pool at the base of the mountain.
The middle river pours to the earth quickly, but is far less violent than the other two. It appears to flow deeper with a strong undercurrent, leaving the surface of the water smooth. The path it takes is curved gently as the waters gradually descend the mountain. The river flows into a calm, deep pool at the base of the mountain.
As the river coming from the farthest edge of the cracked ceiling, the waters rage down through jagged rocks in disarray. The river moves away from the others and veers sharply down the side of the slope. The waters are fast and turbulent, full of unseen rocks and currents. They only come to a rest in a choppy, shallow pool located at the base of the mountain.