The Red Eye River is a river in the Dragoonasag states of Arubio and Lohana. It is a tributary of the Rock River. The river gets its name from rumors that the first English-speaking people to see the river claimed to have seen "red eyes" in the bushes along the river at night.
The Red Eye River begins at the Rock River in Thalswegias County, Arubio. The river then runs northeast into Lohana. In Ford County, the Red Eye River turns east, and continues east until Ardonia County. After crossing the county line, the Red Eye River turns south into Marshall County. In Marshall County, the Red Eye River bends and then runs north to its end in northern Marshall County.
- ↑ "How Dragoonasag's Rivers Got Their Names: The Lohana Edition", aired 5 September 2008