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Hanging Garden of Babylon
Babylon

Origin

Babylonia

Type

Potted Plant

Effects

Grows a city

Downsides

Uprooting the plant will cause the city to decay

Activation

Planting

Collected by

Warehouse 5

Section

Eden-0208G

Aisle

Arbor-41072E

Shelf

784498-1116-405

Date of Collection

584

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OriginEdit

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon is one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World. It is the only one whose location or even existence has not been fully confirmed. According to legend, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II built it for his homesick wife, who missed the green fields and gardens of her homeland.

EffectsEdit

A small potted unidentified bush that, when planted, grows into a massive complex of various flowers, trees and other plants. Growth is slow but exponential and will gradually terraform the area into tiers of foliage. Once the garden is large enough, it will begin to "grow" a city around it made of clay and limestone. Uprooting the original plant will cause the "grown" city and other plants to quickly break down and vanish, but geographical changes will remain.

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