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As of 835 PD, Ren Sutan was the head physician at The Guided Hand Infirmary in Zadash, replacing Horris Thrym. As an NPC, Ren Sutan was played by Matthew Mercer.



While working at the infirmary, he wore white robes and a mask similar to the nurses there, though his robe was longer-sleeved with more details.

He had very short brown hair on the sides with a pompadour in the front.[1]



Sometime in 834 PD,[2] the House of Sutan ruined the practice and industry of the head physician Horris Thrym and his partner Dolan Thrym at The Guided Hand Infirmary. Ren Sutan took over Horris' clients and much of their wealth.[3]

Campaign Two: The Mighty Nein[]

"Midnight Espionage" (2x12)[]

Caleb Widogast, Fjord, Mollymauk Tealeaf, Nott the Brave, and Yasha Nydoorin went to the Sutan's Guided Hand Infirmary on behalf of Dolan and Horris, looking for samples of Ren's father's handwriting. Disguised as sick people to get inside, Molly and Fjord created a diversion so that Caleb and Nott could enter the building, but they were stopped by Ren Sutan who was not convinced by the deception. Frumpkin clawed Ren who ran into his office and panic started to spread in the infirmary. Caleb and Nott were thrown outside by the staff, and escaped just in time to avoid the crownsguards.

In the meantime, Fjord managed to sneak in and return unnoticed with a handfull of Ren's random papers. Sadly, none of them had the handwriting of Lord Diedric Sutan or the High Richter Dayana Prucine.

Appearances and mentions[]




  1. See "Midnight Espionage" (2x12) at 1:02:12.  Ren Sutan's appearance
  2. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) from 1:01:12 through In 835 PD, Dolan said that his practice was ruined not a year ago.
  3. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) from 1:00:44 through 1:01:55.  Dolan recounts his troubles with the House of Sutan


  1. Fan art of Ren Sutan, by Kileigh Gallagher (source). Used with permission.