In his human form, General Susumu is depicted as a towering Tian-Min man with red skin and bristling eyebrows; he wears an ornate set of black o-yoroi armour. He rides a black winged horse and, in battle, he wields an iron longbow that shoots arrows of pure fire. When his anger is truly roused General Susumu abandons his human form, instead becoming an enormous crimson dragon with obsidian tusks.1
Church of General Susumu
General Susumu is worshipped primarily in the monstrous realm of Chu Ye; the lands of the Horse Lords, Hongal; the aggressive hobgoblin kingdom of Kaoling; the samurai kingdoms of Minkai and Shokuro; and Xa Hoi. General Susumu has been known to appear at the site of great conflicts, sometimes to merely watch but at other times leading a great army of deceased samurai into combat for the sheer thrill of fighting.1 Dhucharg, the capital city of Kaoling, boasts a particularly large temple dedicated to General Susumu called the Palace of the Black Daimyo.2
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