- I think it's named this way because it has no official name, and it's only called that because the waterfall going into it is called Baxtorian Waterfall, so players assume that it's the river's name. But I don't think it should matter, until evidence shows that the river has a different name. C Teng talk 21:27, 4 March 2008 (UTC)
- It was called River (Baxtorian) because it had no concrete name, correct. Cheers, Chicken7 >talk 08:30, 23 March 2008 (UTC)
It's the Dougne.[edit source]
Yup, twist's over.
The river is called the River Dougne, as supported by the 23th postbag: http://www.runescape.com/kbase/viewarticle.ws?article_id=484 -> Mysterious old Guidebook. Glarial's monument to the east of the DOUGNE.
It's the Dougne, I have to have dinner now, but I'll edit it in as soon as I get back.
Its salt water[edit source]
i added the trivia section and also that the river is salt water Fear Nads 07:20, February 16, 2011 (UTC)
The article currently states the river is named after the city of Ardougne. Isn't it much more likely that Ardougne is named after the river, as Lum-Bridge and Kelda-Grim? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by DarwinSighs (talk).