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Bombegranate
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Bombegranates explode and leave 3x3 grids of exploding seeds that damage zombies.
Almanac statistics
Sun cost 150
Recharge Slow
Damage Massive
Area 3x3
Usage Single use, instant
Special activates instantly
In-game statistics
Weakness Imp Dragon2 (can't be blown up)
Hair Metal Gargantuar2 (shockwave can wipe out all seeds in front of a plant)
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Costumes
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Bombegranate is explosive, but she likes to think that there's more to her than that. She's also deciduous and exarillate!

Bombegranate is a premium plant in Plants vs. Zombies 2 released in the 5.2 update. It is the second plant released not based on any world or event, after Kiwibeast. When planted, Bombegranate explodes and leaves behind nine pomegranate seeds in a 3x3 area on the lawn, which will explode when a zombie steps on them, damaging the respective zombie. These seeds can be planted on and can also be shovelled up, but will not refund sun.

Origins

It is based on the pomegranate, a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree. Its name is a portmanteau of "bomb", referring to the fact it is an explosive, and "pomegranate", the real-life fruit this plant is based on.

Almanac entry

Bombegranate

SUN COST: 150
RECHARGE: Slow

DAMAGE: Massive
AREA: 3x3

Bombegranate explodes and leaves 3x3 grids of exploding seeds that damage zombies.

Usage: instant

Bombegranate is explosive, but she likes to think that there's more to her than that. She's also deciduous and exarillate!


Upgrades

Level upgrades

Level Seed Packets Coins Upgrades
Sun cost Recharge
(Slow)
Damage
(Massive)
Special
(Seed Damage)*
Area
1 0 0 150 35 seconds 90 nds 10 nds 3x3
2 20 2,000 150 34 seconds 90 nds 12.5 nds
3 100 10,000 150 33 seconds 95 nds 12.5 nds
4 200 20,000 150 32 seconds 95 nds 15 nds
5 300 35,000 125 25 seconds 100 nds 17.5 nds
6 400 50,000 125 24 seconds 100 nds 20 nds
7 500 100,000 125 23 seconds 105 nds 22.5 nds
8 600 150,000 125 22 seconds 110 nds 25 nds
9 700 250,000 125 21 seconds 115 nds 27.5 nds
10 800 400,000 100 20 seconds 120 nds 30 nds

*For each tile.

Strategies

Bombegranate is a mix of Potato Mine and Cherry Bomb, so it should be used like one. Planting it mid-way during the level would help clearing out the zombies.

Like Grapeshot, Bombegranate can be seen as an upgrade to Cherry Bomb. Instead of producing grapes that ricochet off of walls and zombies though, Bombegranate leaves behind seeds that zombies can step on. When stepped on, the seeds will damage the zombies that step on them. Like the aforementioned plants, Bombegranate has quite a long recharge. Bringing Imitater can help alleviate its long recharge.

In Far Future, Bombegranate's initial explosion can destroy almost any mechanical enemy instantly. So using this plant in Terror from Tomorrow is recommended.

In Lost City, Bombegranate proves itself useful for shutting down big threats such as Excavator Zombies, Parasol Zombies, Relic Hunter Zombies, and Imp Porters. Also, Turquoise Skull Zombie cannot instantly destroy the seeds.

It should be noted that Bombegranate seeds do not spawn on plankless lanes in Pirate Seas or on water in Big Wave Beach, though they will spawn on Lily Pads.

Like Grapeshot, Bombegranate really does not differ in usage from Cherry Bomb, but it is a worse option compared to Grapeshot since the seeds often times are not as good of an upside as the grapes are, unless you are facing a Jester Zombie.

The player should be aware of Hair Metal Gargantuars in Neon Mixtape Tour, during metal jam, as their shockwaves can easily wipe out all seeds in front of the plant they're targeting.

Never use this against Imp Dragon Zombies, as it is counted as a fire effect, not damaging it in any way.

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Trivia

  • Bombegranate, Pomegranate Machine Gun, and Pomegranate-pult are only plants based on pomegranates.
    • However, this is the only pomegranate-themed plant that is not Chinese-exclusive.
    • It is also the only one that is an instant-use.
  • The words "deciduous" (meaning "falling off at maturity") and "exarillate" (meaning "having no aril", with the aril being a tissue surrounding the seeds of a fruit) in its Almanac are traits of the Pomegranate, the fruit this plant is based on.
  • Bombegranate is the second plant that is a direct upgrade to Cherry Bomb, the first being Grapeshot.
  • Although Ankylosauruses push zombies via the ground, they do not set off its seeds. This also goes for zombies that did not die from the initial explosion.
  • Bombegranate can appear in the Zen Garden, although the boost does nothing. Its appearance in the Zen Garden is most probably a glitch as no instant-use plants can be boosted.
  • Bombegranate's second costume is very similar to Kiwibeast's second costume with the difference of a color.
  • In a notice on the device's entry screen, Bombegranate is referred to as a male, despite being considered a female in the Almanac.
  • The seeds have a similar appearance to Dave's mold colonies, except for the fact that the seeds are red while the mold colonies are green.
  • Imp Dragon Zombies are vulnerable to the pomegranate seeds despite having fire immunity, causing them to burn up and die if they touch the seeds.
  • Jester Zombie can destroy its seeds without stepping on it when Jester Zombie deflects Coconut Cannon's projectile to the seeds.

See also

V · T · E
Plants
Plants vs. Zombies 2
Player's House Peashooter · Sunflower · Wall-nut · Potato Mine
Ancient Egypt Cabbage-pult · Bloomerang · Iceberg Lettuce · Grave Buster · Bonk Choy · Repeater · Twin Sunflower
Pirate Seas Kernel-pult · Snapdragon · Spikeweed · Spring Bean · Coconut Cannon · Threepeater · Spikerock · Cherry Bomb
Wild West Split Pea · Chili Bean · Pea Pod · Lightning Reed · Melon-pult · Tall-nut · Winter Melon
Frostbite Caves Hot Potato · Pepper-pult · Chard Guard · Stunion · Rotobaga
Lost City Red Stinger · A.K.E.E. · Endurian · Stallia · Gold Leaf
Far Future Laser Bean · Blover · Citron · E.M.Peach · Infi-nut · Magnifying Grass · Tile Turnip
Dark Ages Sun-shroom · Puff-shroom · Fume-shroom · Sun Bean · Magnet-shroom
Neon Mixtape Tour Phat Beet · Celery Stalker · Thyme Warp · Garlic · Spore-shroom · Intensive Carrot
Jurassic Marsh Primal Peashooter · Primal Wall-nut · Perfume-shroom · Primal Sunflower · Primal Potato Mine
Big Wave Beach Lily Pad · Tangle Kelp · Bowling Bulb · Guacodile · Banana Launcher
Modern Day Moonflower · Nightshade · Shadow-shroom · Dusk Lobber · Grimrose
Epic Quests Gold Bloom · Electric Currant · Aloe
Premium
Money Snow Pea · Power Lily · Torchwood · Imitater · Starfruit · Chomper · Sap-fling · Dandelion · Toadstool · Strawburst · Cactus · Electric Blueberry · Jack O' Lantern · Grapeshot · Cold Snapdragon · Blooming Heart · Escape Root · Wasabi Whip · Explode-O-Nut · Kiwibeast · Bombegranate · Apple Mortar · Witch Hazel · Parsnip · Missile Toe · Hot Date · Caulipower
Gems Squash · Jalapeno · Hypno-shroom · Pea-nut · Ghost Pepper · Homing Thistle · Sweet Potato · Hurrikale · Fire Peashooter · Lava Guava · Shrinking Violet
Others Marigold

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