The Rainbowflow is a tributary of the Greyflow between Greyspace and Realmspace. Most navigators are not aware of it’s existence, and finding it even if the location is known requires a successful astral-navigation check (Arcana DC 5) and several hours of calculations. While it’s reputation is slowly increasing, the flow remains largely uncharted. The flow chiefly flows towards the Greyflow, but a slipstream heads in the opposite direction.
Near the mouth of the Rainbowflow, only a day’s journey upstream, is Pachaspace, the sphere on the flow where most jammers are likely to stop. The only port where craft not registered to the Carayku Empire are allowed to dock is Cuzco. The sphere’s top export of significance are Coca leaves, which are unique to the sphere but only a niche product outside of it. The sphere also produces Coffee, Sugar, Tabacco, Silver, Marijuana and Coaco for export, though the prices are generally only modestly better than in Realmspace or Greyspace, and imports wood, spices, tea and ivory. The sphere also produces gold, but trade in Carayku gold products is restricted to ships registered to the Carayku Empire, and heavily tariffed at that. Carayku goldwork is in reasonably high demand on Selune due to it’s high craftsmanship.
There is only one major trading port far upstream of Pachaspace, Mjitajir in Burespace, which is at least a month’s travel upstream from Pachaspace and is exceptionally lucrative for trading in several goods that are very rare in the Triad and Astromundi: Ivory, Gems, Opium, Dyes and Dyed Cloth, all of which are common in the sphere. The top export, however, is the local cash-crop, the wholly unique native spice of Motma which has a musty, spicy flavor and is worth it’s weight in gold in Burespace, but worth at least 5 times it’s weight in gold in the triad amongst wealthy aristocrats. Mjitajir demands sugar, metalcrafts, tea, coffe, jade and exotic furs. Mjitarjir has very open trade laws and is very friendly to merchants, with low taxes and free air for anyone selling in-demand goods.