We present multi-band results for GRB071010B based on Swift, Suzaku, and ground-based optical observations. This burst is an ideal target to evaluate the robustness of the E-peak(src) - E-iso and E-peak(src) - E-gamma relations, whose studies have been in stagnation due to the lack of the combined estimation of E-peak(src) and long-term optical monitoring. The joint prompt spectral fitting using Swift/Burst Alert Telescope and Suzaku/Wide-band All-sky Monitor data yielded the spectral peak energy as E-peak(src) of 86.5(-6.3)(+6.4) keV and E-iso of 2.25(-0.16)(+0.19) x 10(52) erg with z = 0.947. The optical afterglow light curve is well fitted by a simple power law with temporal index alpha = -0.60 +/- 0.02. The lower limit of temporal break in the optical light curve is 9.8 days. Our multi-wavelength analysis reveals that GRB071010B follows E-peak(src) - E-iso but violates the E-peak(src) - E-gamma and E-iso - E-peak(src) - t(jet)(src) at more than the 3 sigma level.