King Coenbrand and General Garris Stone are known to have met in personal combat on three occasions during the Unified War. Two meetings were indecisive. However, at the Battle of Crobern General Stone nearly severed King Coenbrand’s left arm. King Coenbrand is reported to have continued fighting until General Stone had to retreat to supervise the withdrawal of his forces. After that King Coenbrand had to be assisted from the field by his squires. The only other one of Pozzelby’s kings on record as having fought Garris Stone in single combat was King Jeremiah, who was almost killed in the short battle...
Excerpted from J. R. Grimble’s Pozzelby: A History
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