The longest-ever serving He took the position of Emperor in 595 AR at the age of five. Fortunately, the Shogun at the time was from his own Dragon clan, and rather than attempting to seize power, he protected the young emperor until he reached maturity at 16. Before his death in 655 AR, Saza summoned all the daimyo to him in the capital. He made them swear loyalty to his son, Toki Katsu, and promise they would support him through to his majority. The emperor passed away only a few months later, leaving his 5-year-old son as the ruler of the empire. Katsu would reign for less than 2 years before dying under mysterious circumstances and being replaced by his Shogun, Enoeda., reigning for 60 years. He brought peace, stability and prosperity to the empire. He took an active interest in the peasants of the empire, forcing the daimyo to reduce taxes. Under his guidance, the infrastructure of the empire was rejuvenated and rebuilt. Roads were upgraded. A postal service was introduced.