The Devine Family Legacy

Generation 2 #2

 The Devine Family Tree | Devine Heirs | Scoring

Generation One | Generation Two

(A Legacy Challenge using the Rules by Pinstar)

Through a divine calling that the Founder, Nathan Devine received from the Maker, he conceives the idea that he will start a legacy with ten generations starting with him as the first generation. Nathan also thinks of the idea that it would be great if he purchased a big lot so that his family can grow and soon receive a nice and peaceful life as the family grows in prosperity and becomes bigger while making the house they live on into a mansion full of many items that the family have collected along the way.

And so, follow the life of the Devines through the many happy, sad and dramatic moments they will experience as a family. The Devines will change in many ways, but they will always keep the core value that family should be kept close.

The Devine Family Legacy Challenge follows the following succession laws;

  • Strict Equality – The founder may be of either gender. However, only children of the opposite gender to the founder are eligible to be named heir. This repeats itself for the next generation (the next heir must be a different gender than the previous heir) so that each generation will have alternating-genders as heirs.
  • Strict Traditional – To be eligible to be named heir, a child must be naturally born from their previous-generation parents and be able to trace an unbroken bloodline back to the founder. Adopted children may never be named heir.
  • First Born: The oldest, by order of joining the family, eligible living child is named heir.
  • Tolerant – The species of the child has no impact on their eligibility for heir status.

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