Robert II Delmade
King of New Britannia
Reign 164 1ENB - 171 1ENB
Ruler of Region New Britannia
Predecessor James III
Successor Henry II
Spouse Melinda de Niben
Siblings James III
Issue Henry II

Robert, Duke of Kingstone

Titles His Grace, Robert II Delmade, King of New Britannia and its Lords, Grand Duke of Arevad, Duke of Kingstone
Royal House House of Delmade
Father James II
Mother Elise of Arthal
Date of Birth 125 1ENB
Date of Death 171 1ENB (aged 68)
Place of Birth Arevad, New Britannia
Place of Death Arevad, New Britannia
Religion Pantheon of the Refined

Robert II "Laurentianus" of New Britannia was the eleventh Monarch of New Britannia. One of his brother's generals, Robert would distinguish himself in the war against the Britannian Empire and would be present at the fall of Kandaria, becoming its governor (though he in practice had no true power as a result of his brother directly overseeing things in the city) during the official occupation, and later becoming the ambassador, granting him de facto control over the city, which was still unofficially occupied by New Britannia. He would be called back to New Britannia when his brother died and his intended successor, Robert's nephew, was killed with him in an ambush by Laurentian Natives. Angry at this turn of events, upon reluctantly becoming King, he would launch a full invasion of East Laurentia, bringing the ambush party and their Grand Chieftan to justice. His continued campaign resulted in East and part of what would someday be called South Laurentia falling to him and weakened the resistance to settlement encountered in the region by great multitudes. As a result of his conquests, Robert would be declared "Laurentianus" in 171 1ENB, dying just more than a month later. He would be succeeded by his son Henry II, though he ordered the ceding of the Dukedom of Kingstone to his second and favorite son, Robert, on his deathbed.

Robert II of New Britannia
Robert Delmade
House of Delmade
Regnal titles
Preceded by:
James III
King of New Britannia
Succeeded by:
Henry II
New Britannian Peerage
Preceded by:
James III
Grand Duke of Arevad

Succeeded by:
Henry II