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So I've been going on my "don't call women by their husband's last name unless we knoooowwww!!!" rampage lately, and this may be a little far-fetched, but here goes:
Is it ever really mentioned that Preston is the heir of the Northwest fortune? Do we know it's not his wife? I mean, I know it's pretty rare for a family to take the last name of the wife (and the Northwests don't strike me as a progressive feminist family or anything), but if the wife was the heir to a powerful fortune and the husband came from a family of hog farmers with the last name "Scheksmurzerschein", wouldn't it make more sense to take her name? My suggestion if that we change the Northwest pages to make it more neutral, since we don't know who's the real Northwest. What do you think? Mr BKnew yourfather I did! 15:15, February 19, 2015 (UTC)
I've wondered the same thing, but I guess one might be able to infer that since Preston seems to be the more dominant of Pacifica's parents, he's probably the family patriarch and heir. Still, we could use some more confirmation, I dunno.17:20, February 19, 2015 (UTC)
This is something that I have mentioned and asked numerous times but I guess that this might be brought up a few times but in Weirdmageddon Part 1 his facial orifices are shuffled around and he collapsed in front of his family and is not seen getting up nor in the time skip.
Users added this as his fate implying that he died as a result but this debated by a few people (obviously including me) it's commonly believed that he died while others believe that he is unconcious but is still alive.
Thanks for the clarification but do you think you should a notice saying users should not add that as a death or just leave it as it is because its commonly believed he died so I think a notice should be added as a precaution. - Psychoking (talk) 08:057 30th October
Well, is the "Fate" bar strictly for cause of death? Because I would think that it would then say "Cause of Death". I thought the "Fate" bar was for their current condition, not necessarily cause of death. Mr BKnew yourfather I did! 00:47, November 1, 2015 (UTC)