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This Fern is relatively High Tris for this game. 

It is intended for use in small quantities to decorate gardens, parks, landscapes.

Do NOT mass plant this with the brush tool or otherwise, unless your machine is powerful. 

I don't take responsibility for any hardware malfunctions :P 

798 Tris 

1024x512 texture. 

No dirt patch at base when plopped. 

All credit for Models goes to Nobiax, thank you for letting me use your models man. 

Ported and modded by me. 

 

HD Screenshot by Jenkins





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