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When he became a teen, he started exhibiting PlantSim attributes by having green skin and eyes, but he didn't get his head of leaves until he was a young adult. At the request of his dam, Mike, he keep his appearances to look like a normal Sim so that others in the community wouldn't find out.
He gave birth to his first son, Patrick Gardener, on 2/2/3 who was sired by Jared Plummer. On the same day, Connor Baker gave birth to his twin sons, Anthony and Lawrence Baker. On 3/2/3, he gave birth to Noah Plummer who was sired by Jim Harper.
After his dam died, Eric decided to stop covering up his appearances and reveal that he and his son Patrick are both PlantSims.
As of 2/5/5, Eric is 70 days old. He is the head of the household and handling the work around the garden and the store. He is as good of a gardener as his dam was and possibly even a better business owner.
|Outdoor Plants||423 W Business Loop||Community||§63,622||6|
|The Nursery||620 W Business Loop||Community||§47,125||0|
|Mike's Garden||437 W Main St||Community||§37,912||5|
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- ↑ For the purpose of The Genesis Project, dates will be written as an in game style. The format will be "the season's number"/"how many days left in that season"/"what is the current cycle of seasons, ie year". Since the progression of seasons is Spring-Summer-Fall-Winter, the first day of the Genesis Project is 2/1/1 (which reads as followed: Summer, with 1 day left, of the first year). Also, a calendar can be found here.
- ↑ This term is used to differentiate the difference between the parent who sired the child from the parent who gave birth. While it is generally used to refer to animals rather than people, I have decided to use it in favor of mother due to the fact that there are no female parents. I realize that it isn't a commonly used word, but it is still correct to use it in this fashion.