Dobroslav II (died ca. 1134) was King of Duklja 1101-1102. Dobroslav was the son of Dioclean King Mihailo I and his second wife. According to the Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja, Dobroslav II was selected by the people to become king. However, his reign was short as the Grand Prince of Rascia, Vukan, along with the pretender to the Dioclean throne, Kočopar, attacked Dioclea, defeating Dobroslav at the Battle of Morača. Dobroslav was overthrown and was banished to Rascia. In the meantime, the Rascian army, along with Kočopar and Vukan, took over Dioclea. Kočopar wasn't able to hold his position in Dioclea, and thus escaped to Zachumlia, where he died. Vladimir, Dobroslav's nephew, assumed the Dioclean throne after Kočopar's death. Dobroslav was later released from prison in Rascia and returned to Dioclea. However, upon arrivial, King Vladimir imprisoned Dobroslav in Scutari. Dobroslav, a victim of dynastic conflicts, was blinded. He died in the Monastery of Saint Sergius and Bacchus on the Bojana without issue.