|Tribe||Bean Pea Plant|
|Abilities||This gets +1 /+1 when a Zombie Trick is played.|
|You shoulda seen the other guy!|
Black-Eyed Pea is a premium rare plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and a member of the Mega-Grow plants. It costs 2 and has 2/3 when first played. Its ability gives it +1/+1 whenever the zombie hero plays a trick.
In addition, it may be a reference to "The Black Eyed Peas", an American musical group.
- Class: Mega-Grow Plant
- Tribe: Bean Pea Plant
- Abilities: This gets +1/+1 when a Zombie Trick is played.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Rare
You shoulda seen the other guy!
By itself, Black-Eyed Pea is a powerful plant for its cost, with its 2/3 stats being at the high point for 2-cost cards. However, its real use lies in its effect as a deterrent against heavy trick usage from the opposing hero: As zombie tricks can be highly dangerous to the plants if properly used, Black-Eyed Pea can help cutting trick usage by giving the plants notable benefits with each trick usage and force the enemy to be more careful.
Additionally, since Black-Eyed Pea is a Pea Plant, it can benefit from The Podfather and Torchwood, making it even stronger. Black-Eyed Pea is also a Bean Plant, so this can also help in a bean deck with Admiral Navy Beans and Bean Counters, provided that you use Green Shadow.
Avoid using tricks too early unless the zombie fighters can deal with it. This plant essentially locks down nearly all tricks and is pretty formidable early with its stats. Using powerful zombies will be the key, as well as bouncing this plant. However, Rolling Stone and Weed Spray can take this out immediately. A sneaky strategy is if you have Rocket Science or Cut Down to Size, then you could spam cheap tricks until this plant has a high enough amount of strength points, then finish it off with the aforementioned tricks.
- Before the 1.2.11 update, if a trick was used to get its health exactly to 0, it wouldn't be destroyed; it would still do its special effect and survive with a +1/+1 boost. This does not affect tricks that instantly destroys it like Locust Swarm.
- Despite being called a Black-Eyed Pea, it is also a Bean card.
- This is because the real life plant is a bean; its name coming from the fact that it has the appearance of a "black-eyed" pea.