King Corbray Crannock II

Corbray Crannock II was the final ruler of Elyria from the Crannock Dynasty. He was killed during the Tunston Uprising.

Corbray was slain at the battle of Wendonford in 1036/6, when he was impaled by a footmans' pike while leading a mounted cavalry charge into the enemy ranks.

Once he fell, his remaining vassals surrendered, and the forces of Silas Tunston won a stunning victory.

Corbray was later succeeded on the Darkwood Throne by King Furion Whitacre; following the events of the Night of the Red Knives.