|Appears in||Oblivion, ESO|
Sutch was a settlement located in the Gold Coast region of Cyrodiil. County Sutch extended north towards the Brena River, an area which is now considered part of County Kvatch. Sutch was connected to the Gold Road north of Anvil.[UOL 1] Jorunn the Skald-King visited Sutch in his youth, sometime between 2E 546 and 2E 572. Phrastus of Elinhir visited the marketplace of the city at some point, and two towers near Sutch could be seen behind Varen's Wall around 2E 583.
Thief of Virtue tells the tale of Ravius Terinus, a master thief of the Thieves Guild, who attempted to rob the coin collection of Baron Ignace from his castle in Sutch. Ravius failed to steal the coins, but instead slept with Baroness Veronique in order to hide from the guards. The book states that Sutch was a city in Hammerfell, although it is an unreliable source, as the author also believes the Thieves Guild to have been wiped out four hundred and fifty years prior to the book's writing.
The city was still marked on maps around 2E 864. By 3E 433, nothing remained of the settlement but the ruins of Fort Sutch Abbey. The fort was home to a band of mercenaries until their leader, Roderick, was poisoned by the Dark Brotherhood, although it was made to appear that he had died of a disease. The fort was attacked by Daedra during the Oblivion Crisis when an Oblivion Gate to the Deadlands opened outside its walls. This portal was destroyed by the Imperial Legion, with the help of the Hero of Kvatch.
Two towers near Sutch circa 2E 583
- The author Charonius of Sutch presumably hailed from Sutch, sometime before 2E 582. Thendaramur Death-Blossom, Boethiah's Conduit who oversaw dozens of Gauntlets, also came from the city.
- Map of West Tamriel
- Pinarus Inventius' dialogue in Oblivion
- Jorunn the Skald-King — Helgreir Lute-Voice, Bard of Windhelm
- Field Guide to River Trolls — Phrastus of Elinhir
- Events of ESO: Dark Brotherhood
- Thief of Virtue
- Bad Medicine quest in Oblivion
- Attack on Fort Sutch quest in Oblivion
- Thibaut's Cairn and its History — Charonius of Sutch
- The Rite of Boethiah's Gauntlet — Thendaramur Death-Blossom, Boethiah's Conduit of Sutch
Note: the following references are not from official sources. They are included to provide a rounder background to this article, but may not reflect established lore.