Lightning Legacy Rules

Succession Law

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

Bloodline Law: Traditional: Children who are naturally born from the previous generation are eligible to be named heir. Adopted children are ineligible to be named heir unless there are no naturally born children, at which point they become eligible for that generation.

Heir Law:  Genetic: Children will inherit based upon genetics in the following order:  Green skin or normal skin + Female over male + Youngest over older + Occult over non-occult

Spouses

Spouses will be chosen from the Boolprop simselves / Boolprop created sims from the gallery.  The most current gender appropriate sim will be chosen at random and without regard to traits.

Children

All traits will be rolled starting from the time the rules were published (generation 3 is already born, so it will be effective with generation 4)

Scoring

The legacy will not be scored for points, other than generation completion points and household net worth at the end of the legacy.


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