March Hanover is the third generation of the Hanover Family.
March is the child of February Hanover and Rashawn Palacios. Her father was picked for no other reason than that February wanted a daughter with blond hair. March was born thin and stayed thin. February disappeared just before March's 6th birthday. When February disappeared, March was raised by the butler, Michaela Lo. Michaela took it upon herself to raise March according to the wishes of January. Michaela enrolled March in LaFromage Art School. March received a $294 discount because of her incredible artistic vision. March loved art school and never once asked to go home
Young Adulthood and AdulthoodEdit
March graduated from LaFromage Art School as an honor student. She gained the trait Photographer's Eye and learned Bass, Piano, Guitar, and Charisma. Her lifetime wish was to have a World-Class Gallery. She learned from Michaela (who died from hunger the day March came home from school) that her grandfather, January, wanted to buy all the businesses in town so she became a business partner at Little Corsican Bistro. She learned the cooking skill and decided to travel to Egypt so she could expand her portfolio.
March traveled to Al Simhara, Egypt where the first person she saw looked a lot like her mother. She followed her to base camp and found out that it was February! They visited some tombs together and found many ancient artifacts. She got to know her mother during her short vacation (but never found out why February ran away) and tried to get her to come home with her. February elected to stay in Egypt and March went home to Riverview.
When March got home, she was changed. Her favorites changed and she even looked a little different- harder and a little more worldly. March had learned the photography skill in Egypt and threw herself into her career by registering as a self-employed photographer and taking pictures of anything and everything. March moved houses so that she could make a home gallery and moved into a Mediterranean style home. March soon realized that photography wasn't for her and changed her lifetime wish to be Super Popular. She got a job as a Test Subject in the Science career track and was soon promoted to Lab Tech.
One morning, March heard the doorbell ring and was surprised to see February of her front porch. February was dying of old age and wanted to spend her last moments with her daughter. March reluctantly let her in and made her as comfortable as she could. The confusion and hurt of her childhood came rushing back at her, but March did her best to push it aside and love on February. That evening, February died.
After the death of February, March threw herself into her work. She was quickly promoted to Useless Contraption Manipulator. That summer, March attended the Summer Festival and won an eating contest and became a partner at Wilsonoff Community Theatre. Just after she was promoted to Fertilizer Analyst, she hired Michael Kramer as her butler. It was love at first sight and March became pregnant with Michael's baby. The baby was born on time- a girl who March named April Hanover.
Because she wanted to provide for her baby, March became a partner at two more businesses- Doo Peas Corporate Towers and County Care General Hospital. March finally achieved her lifetime wish and got her 20th friend. Her friends were Trigger Broke, Jarrett Graves, Ruby Broke, Korey Gore, Deena Francis, Edith Snowden, Lora Bauer, Alexandra Akers, Giuseppe Skaggs, Camilla Tomlin, Erich Himes, Coy Trejo, Ken Branham, Abbie Snowden, Tammi Sykes, Michael Kramer, April Hanover, and Christi (March's Kenspa).
March decided that she wanted April to have a more stable home life than she had so she proposed to Michael. Michael accepted but quickly became overwhelmed by the fact that he was a new father, newly engaged to a Hanover (whose wealth was becoming well known all over the Sim world), and a bulter for his fiance. In the middle of the night one evening, Michael quietly packed his things and disappeared. March was devastated but determined not to show her grief around her child. In a fit of grief, March bought out the spa and renamed it Hanover Spa.
April grew up quickly and March sent her to the School of Peace and Love. March found a dusty lamp which turned out to contain a genie. She wished for the one thing that seemed to elude her- happiness. She received eternal joy and was happy for the rest of her life. Needing a rebound relationship, March seduced Trigger Broke and asked him to break up with Alexandria. She also bought out the theatre and renamed it Hanover Theatre. Michael came back and asked for forgiveness from March which she gladly gave him. They were married in a private ceremony which April came home from boarding school to attend. A couple of days after they were married, Michael died of old age. March buried him next to February in the cemetery.
A week after Michael died, March pulled out her genie lamp and wished for fortune. She was rewarded with $100,000. March had her one year anniversary working at the Soil and Water Research Facility and her coworkers threw her a party. She was promoted to Aquatic Ecosystem Tweaker soon after that. With her newfound fortune, March bought Plumbob Pictures Backlot and renamed it Hanover Studio Pictures. She was promoited to Genetic Resequencer and became a partner at the Outstanding Citizen Warehouse Corp. that same day.
While gardening one fall, March was struck by lightening. She barely escaped with her life and became determined to learn as many new things as she could. She learned the fishing skill and caught 100 kilograms of fish.
March became an elder and worked hard to improve herself. Deciding she needed a bigger investment, she purchased Riverview Gynasium and upgraded it to level three. The gym became the Hanover's biggest investment, paying out $30,000 per week.
March died at age 76 on Love Day Eve and was buried next to her husband, Michael, at the Old Town Cemetery.
Businesses owned at March's death:
Flying V's Coffeehouse (C)
Riverview Gymnasium (C)
Hanover Market (C)
Hanover Spa Hanover (C)
Fine Volumes (C)
Hanover French Bistro (C)
Hanover Field (Home of the Fighting Hanovers) (C)
Hanover Medical Center (C)
Hanover Corporation (C)
Hanover's Classic Diner (C)
Hanover Research Lab (C)
Hanover's Non-Suspicious Warehouse (C)
Hanover Studio Pictures (C)
Hanover Theatre (C)