King Irovar Cyrenäe II

King Irovar II of Iskandar was the 32nd ruler of the Cyrenäe Dynasty, who was killed during the Great Uprising.

King Irovar assumed the Onyx Throne in the year 822/4 upon the death of his father, King Idris. During this period, Iskandar was desperately trying to hold on to the their conquered territories on mainland Corwyn. This struggle for control had led to what the Iskari called the "Occupation," but the Vaas natives called it the "War of Terror."

At the Battle of Vickers, Irovar was slain by Magnus Gildayne; a Vaas rebel who then went on to rule the city of Karthis. His death caused the Iskari to permanently withdraw from the Highlands.