Sough (town)

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Town of Sough
—  Town  —
Country Empire of Aenopia
Region Central Aenopia
Province Aenopian Calver
Settled Mid 20th Century
Established 23 July 2019
 - Body Emperor of Aenopia
 - Emperor Logan Ross
Elevation 160 m (524 ft)
Population (2019)
 - Total 0 (uninhabited)
 - Rank 2nd in Aenopia
Time zone AMT (UTC100 minutes)
Twinned with the city of White

Sough is a town located in the Empire of Aenopia. Located within the territory of Aenopian Calver, it has an area of 150m². It is twinned with nearby city White. It is the smaller of the two cities, and as such is often overlooked. It borders Aenopian Plushunia on one side.


The name of Sough initially came from the name of the local village shop run by retail brand SPAR.[1] This name comes from the underground basin which collects water from several lead-mine soughs which runs through the village before running into the River Derwent.[2] Sough can also mean to make a long high or low sound while moving, particularly whilst referring to the wind or the sea however isn't used in this instance.[3] Other uses of the name Sough include a Hamlet located in Lancashire, England[4] and an underground channel for draining water out of a mine.[5]


Sough was annexed as part of Aenopian Calver on 23 July 2019 upon Emperor Logan I's visit to the area. It was decided to name the 2 cities after the local area, so Sough was named after the local crossroads with the same nickname. Plans have appeared numerous times to absorb the city into White to form one large city due to it's size, however have been thwarted due to the presence of Aenopian Plushunia which would divide the city.

See Also

Empire of Aenopia
Aenopian Calver
North Atlantic Defence Union


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  2. Peak District Online. "Village of Calver". Archived from the original on 27 November 2020.
  3. Cambridge Dictionary. "Sough definition". Archived from the original on 7 November 2020.
  4. Get the Data. "Where is Sough?". Archived from the original on 27 November 2020.
  5. Power water project. "What's in a name? Life, luck, and Derbyshire mine and sough names". Archived from the original on 27 November 2020.