King Corbray Crannock II

Corbray Crannock II was the fourteenth and last Elyrian monarch of the Crannock Dynasty.

He was slain in the year 1036/6, during the Tunston Uprising. During the battle of Wendonford, King Corbray was impaled by a footmans' pike while leading a mounted cavalry charge into the enemy ranks. Once he fell, his remaining vassals fled the field and Silas' forces won a stunning victory.

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