WELCOME TO BRUNANT!Country Wiki is all about the fictitious country of Brunant. Everyone is welcome to create or edit articles about this country. Create your own character and become a citizen of Brunant today! As a citizen, you will be able to: participate in the politics as a representative in the congress, set up your own businesses or political parties, and contribute to the cultural and intellectual developments of this vibrant society. The Kingdom of Brunant is a small island nation situated in the Mediterranean Sea. Brunant is a unitary state that is governed as a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Helene as its head of state. It is also a bilingual nation with both English and Dutch as official languages at the national level. A highly developed country with a well-diversified economy, it has one of the highest standards of living in the world. Brunant consists of twelve parishes, and the national capital is Koningstad. Other major cities and towns include Cape Cross, Carrington, Donderstad, Grijzestad, and Roodstad.
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Johan II (born Johan Bart Edward, 23 October 1881 - 15 November 1967) was King of Brunant from 23 October 1913 to his death. Johan's reign, the longest in Brunant, oversaw a number of changes in the country's history.Becoming king in a tumultuous period, following his father's assassination in the October Plot, he oversaw the redenomination of the thaler to usher in economic stability, helped push Brunant into the Great War in 1915, oversaw a recession and the Great Depression and was a key figure in the fight against the German occupation of Brunant in World War II from abroad. Following the war years, Johan would largely leed a more private and secluded life, with his son, Prince Martin and wife Aleksandra taking on greater roles in representing the monarchy and nation. In 1963 the King celebrated his Golden Jubilee, his one major public event in the postwar years, with 1964 seeing his son and daughter-in-law being made official regents in his stead.