Garlic is a harvestable plant in The Sims 3 and The Sims 4: Vampires. Garlic is also a known repellent for vampires.
The Sims 3[edit | edit source]
|Game||The Sims 3|
|Price in game||§15|
Effects on vampires[edit | edit source]With either The Sims 3: Late Night or The Sims 3: Supernatural installed, if a vampire eats garlic they will become nauseous, if a vampire eats too much garlic they will pass out.
The Sims 4: Vampires[edit | edit source]
|An annual bulbous plant. Its bulbs can be harvested for cooking or decorating.|
|Game||The Sims 4: Vampires|
|Number of uses||Stops vampires from feeding|
Garlic is an uncommon plant that can be harvested to serve as cooking ingredients or made as decorations. Sims can get garlic seeds by ordering them from planters or on the computer.
Effect on vampires[edit | edit source]
Garlic is extremely repulsive to vampires who do not have the "Garlic Immunity" power, giving them the "Garlic Induced Irritation" +1 Uncomfortable moodlet. In its presence vampires cannot feed on Sims or drink plasma at all. When eating it, vampires gain the "Grossed out by Garlic" +2 Uncomfortable moodlet. Vampires also see green pungent smells coming off of garlic where as human Sims see none; vampires still see it even after acquiring immunity.
Uses against vampires[edit | edit source]
Garlic is very helpful when Sims suffer from vampire invasions, as it will stop incoming vampires from drinking your Sims' plasma.
A Sim with garlic in their inventory will use it when fighting with a vampire and be more likely to win.
Garlic decorations[edit | edit source]
With Level 5 in the vampire lore skill, Sims can craft garlic decorations that they can place within their homes to ward off vampires. Sims can make Garlic Braids, Garlic Wreaths, and Garlic Garlands, all of which give the "Garlic Induced Irritation" moodlet to all vampires within the same room.