|Susano Card||Triple Triad Card||1|
|The Pool of Tribute||Unknown||63|
|The Pool of Tribute (Extreme)||Unknown||70|
|The Lord of the Revel||63||Alisaie|
|Songs in the Key of Kugane||70||Wandering Minstrel|
From the myriad kami, the mighty Lord of the Revel arose from the desperation of the Kojin and the three sacred treasures which they believe to house his spirit. This divinity of the sea sees battle as a celebration, but challengers will find no revelry nor mercy at the edge of his fabled blade, Ame-no-Murakumo.
Out of all the kami that exist in Far Eastern mythology, none is so revered as Susano. The mythology says the first kami born was Amaterasu, the god of day and the sun, Tsukuyomi, divinity of the night and the moon, then followed Susano, who came into existence as the god of the sea. However, Susano is also seen in other myths as a great hero, slaying many ancient villains in a time when the gods walked the land. On his grand journey he acquired several sacred treasures, the most coveted by the Kojin being the mirror Yata-no-Kagami, the talisman Yasakani-no-Magatama, and the katana Ame-no-Murakumo. The Kojin have worshipped this deity for untold generations, aspiring to bring together his three great treasures.
In meeting with the Blue Kojin to convince them to help their cause, the Scions of the Seventh Dawn were sent to recover one of Susano's relics, the Ame-no-Murakumo from the bottom of the Ruby Sea. After much trial and tribulation, they succeeded in bringing the katana back to Bunchin, the Kojin elder. He then gave them a ceremonial dagger, bidding them to bring the relic to their vault on the Isle of Zekki. This was a twofold plan, as it would also draw the Red Kojin away from their Imperial masters, leaving them to fend for themselves.
What no one could have guessed is that while their plan worked flawlessly, the relics being so close together caused them to react, bringing forth Susano. He challenged the Warrior of Light to a battle, who accepted. After a thoroughly challenging battle, the Warrior finally laid the Lord of Revel low. This would serve to drive a wedge between the Red Kojin and the Garlean Empire, who did not condone the act of summoning.