The Real Cosa is a method of apportioning votes in the Cosa that relies on the distribution of a small set of indivisible seats (historically fixed at 20). It may be contrasted with the current EM200 method. The Kingdom of Talossa had a Real Cosa from the introduction of the Organic Law in 1997/XVIII until 2003/XXIV, when the nation returned to EM200. Different individuals have since called for its reintroduction at various times, calling the EM200 Cosa a "D&D Cosa" and "silly," and pointing to the increased difficulty of obtaining seats in the Cosa as a benefit that would increase political competition and spur Talossa's elected representatives to greater efforts.
- Madison, Robert Ben. Ar Pats. 2008. p.78