Grand Principality of Comtat
Flag of the Princepality of Comtat

"Et Pacem"
"March on, Comtat".
Pumland Map

Capital city Rosé
Largest city Rosé
Official language(s) Official: English, Spanish
Official religion(s) Lutheranism
Demonym Comtaté, Comtatish
Government Electoral Principality
Grand Chancellor Marius Indicus
Legislature Grand Council
Established May 5, 2014[inactive]Re-established December 21st, 2016
Population 17
Currency U.S Dollar
Time zone Pacific Time
National dish Sushi
National drink Coconut Water
National animal Wheaton Terrier
Patron saint St.John

The Grand Principality of Comtat

The Grand Principality of Comtat (official) or Comtat, is a small principality occupying territory in North America, and in the Indian Ocean. It is usually accepted to be the successor state of Pumland, and Pumpland.

History; Mainland

The Principality was re-organized on December 21, 2016. It was an attempt to re-form out of Pumlands demise.

History; Cosmoledo

"The name Cosmoledo is said to honor a Portuguese navigator, which was part of Juan de nova's crew.[1]Menai and Wizard islands were named after ships that explored the atoll on the Moresby Expedition in 1822. In 1878, Sergeant Rivers visited the atoll and reported that judging by the turtle remains on the beach, the atoll was frequently visited by fishermen and whalers. He found a recently destroyed hut and ‘turtle park’ on Menai; a hut on the southern point of Wizard built from the wreckage of the Merry Monarch (wrecked in April 1874), which had been burnt. He reported that Menai was virtually covered with tall mangroves. Cosmoledo was settled shortly after this and a visitor in 1895, noted 200-300 coconut trees, maize and goats. By 1901 there were just two men on Menai, one on Wizard and four on North-east Island. Exploitation of guano on North-east Island was taking place in 1901, when 120 tons had been removed. A few years layer, mangrove bark had become an important product; it was dried and exported for tannin. The atoll was inhabited as a fishing and turtling station until 1992 when it was abandoned." (Cited from;