Xavier Pruett left home attempting to prove his mother wrong by not going to college and still being successful. He took the inheritance from his father’s death and bought a plot of land in Willow Creek. He got a job and began looking for a wife as he embarked upon a journey to forge a successful family legacy. From humble beginnings, the Pruetts rose from being just another family to becoming legendary pillars of the community.
- Strict patriarchy: The Founder must be male. Only boys are eligible to be named heir. Female children cannot, under any circumstance, ever be the heir to the next generation.
- 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.
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