Coram II was the fifth king of Cintra and the son of King Coram I and Queen Rigoberta. In 1178, when he was 22 years old, he married Fiona of Temeria, one of the Houtborg triplets, and they had a son, Corbett.
He didn't take over the throne until 1191, when he was 35 and his father passed away. However, he didn't rule for long as he himself died at 42 years old from injuries during a knight tournament, or so some claim. It was known, however, that he loved tournaments and tried to participate in them in any possible way, though he had rather poor health and wasn't very capable of chivalrous feats.
- During his reign, he slightly changed Cintra's coat of arms. Three lions were crowned.