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Reed Rose
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Reed Rose
Reed has a reputation for being the most disagreeable person imaginable, but underneath his prickly exterior lies a heart of gold. He keeps himself to himself and spends every moment he can fishing by the lake.
Name Reed Rose
Gender TS2 Male Male
Age TS3-Adult Adult
Life state PlantSim PlantSim
Education and Employment
Unemployed Unemployed
Rose family
Parents Oak Rose
Marital status Single
Child(ren) Daughter Holly Rose
Daughter Lily Rose
Roommates Family Member Willow Rose
Family Member Moss Rose
Larch Rose
Aspiration  Knowledge
Hair color Eye-custom Green
Eye color TS2 Green Eyes Green
Skin color Skin-green Green
Body shape Fit Fit
Other Information
Game The Sims 2 Icon The Sims 2
Playability Playable
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Reed Rose is a Sim from Vpetmad's fanon story, A Garden of Roses. He is the Rose family's resident fisherman.


Image Skill Level
Skill CookingCooking04
Skill MechanicalMechanical02
Skill BodyBody10
Skill LogicLogic06
Skill CleaningCleaning03

Talent badge Level
FishingFishing gold

Scorpio - Big
Sloppy 05 Neat
Shy 03 Outgoing
Lazy 07 Active
Serious 01 Playful
Grouchy 01 Nice

Early LifeEdit

Reed was spawned by Oak Rose as the first Sim of his generation. He was raised by his aunt Willow, who at the time was the family Nurturer. He was an intelligent but irritable child, prone to sulking if things didn't go his way. Despite this, his father could always get him to smile by taking him down to the lake and teaching him about the fish, so naturally he chose fishing as his occupation upon maturing.

Although Reed is known to enjoy solitude, he has spawned two daughters of his own. He is closest to Holly, who lives in his cabin, but also regularly welcomes his younger daughter Lily home, whenever it's home-made fish pie for tea.

In the FanonEdit

Reed starts off in A Garden of Roses by very nearly coming to blows with Larch in the council circle, only to be reprimanded by Willow. He also comments behind Larch's back that he is 'a waste of time', which causes further tension and in fact could be seen spark off the chain of misfortune which eventually leads to the birth of Cherry Rose. Reed, however, is unaware of this and continues about his daily business of fishing, stopping only to support his daughter Holly in her parental studies (and at one point to pull Larch out of the lake). Despite maintaining a cynical appearance during this incident, Holly noted that it left him a little shaken for the rest of the day.

When Lily finds herself afflicted with a mysterious illness (which soon turns out to be morning sickness), Reed allows her to take refuge in his cabin, even grumblingly allowing her to quarantine herself in there. Although he remains unaware of his younger daughter's pregnancy, his suspicion of Larch continues to grow and, after expressing his disapproval of Willow's supposed leniency towards him, warns her that he would 'bring [her] something much worse than a spiteful tongue'.

During Lily's brief absence and Larch's unfortunate tenure as Nurturer, Reed, to his later outrage, allows his softer side to shine through, proving a surprisingly patient assistant to both Moss and Oak as they recover from the mishap with the grill.


  • He is probably the author's favourite character.
A Garden of Roses Portal

The Spring Council - Overheard Words - A Little Mistake

By the Lake - Something Much Worse - A Midnight Arrival

Back to Normal? - Bad Omens - Consequences

Willow Explains it All - The War of the Roses - part I - The War of the Roses - part II

A Garden of Roses - Epilogue


Rufus Lowell: Werewolf of Sim State

XXV 1279: The Making of an Alien


Willow Rose - Oak Rose - Reed Rose

Moss Rose - Holly Rose - Lily Rose

Larch Rose - Cherry Rose

Armand Rousseau - Rufus Lowell - XXV 1279

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