Introducing the Founder

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. That’s what they say. In other words, make the best of what you get. For a lot of people, making lemonade comes easy, but for others the sour taste of lemons is just too much. Avery Reynolds is one of those people. For each curve-ball that life threw in her direction, she found it harder and harder to dodge them. It got to the point of no return. She decided it was time to say goodbye to her old life and start fresh in a new place. She couldn’t bear the taste of lemons any longer.

Avery found an ad online for a large block of empty land in a high-end neighbourhood in Willow Creek. It would cost her $10,000 just for the land, which would leave her with a little under $2,000. It wasn’t much, but it would be enough to build a small shack and she could always add extensions when she earned some money. After applying for a job as a Writer’s Assistant at Walrus Books, Avery decided to buy the land. She packed up her essentials and left the rest behind before boarding a ferry to her new home.

Avery Reynolds
Traits: Gloomy, Creative, Family-Oriented
Aspiration: Bestselling Author

Succession Laws

Gender Law- Equality

The Founder may be of either gender. Both boys and girls are eligible for the title of heir.

Bloodline Law- Modern

Both Naturally born and adopted children are eligible to be named heir.

Heir Law- Random

The title of heir is randomly selected from the pool of all eligible children. Every time the eligible pool changes size, The heir must be re-rolled using the new pool.

Species Law- Tolerant

The species of the child has no impact on their eligibility for heir status.

There will be times when I may bend or break the rules, this is purely for the story so I will not be scoring.

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