|Abilities||When played: Conjure a Dancing card, and it gets Overshoot 2.|
|Across the cosmos, the passion for dance is the only universal language.|
Cosmic Dancer is a galactic rare zombie card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and a member of the Crazy class. He costs 4. He has Overshoot 2, and his ability is to Conjure a dancing card when he is played and give that card Overshoot 2 if it's not a trick or environment card.
His appearance is based on Disco Zombie.
His name is a portmanteau of the words "cosmic", referring to his appearance and ability; "dancing", referring to the tribe he and the zombies that he conjures are in; and "dancer".
- Class: Crazy
- Tribe: Dancing Zombie
- Traits: Overshoot 2
- Abilities: When played: Conjure a Dancing card, and it gets Overshoot 2.
- Set - Rarity: Galactic - Rare
Across the cosmos, the passion for dance is the only universal language.
- Added to the game.
Despite having low stats for 4, Cosmic Dancer has the Overshoot trait in addition to being able to Conjure a dancing card with a bonus. Since Cosmic Dancer is a dancing zombie, he will benefit from Aerobics Instructor, who will increase his strength, and can also benefit Flamenco Zombie if you keep Cosmic Dancer alive. Disco-Naut will give Cosmic Dancer the Bullseye trait, which will go in tandem with his Overshoot trait. Binary Stars will also double the damage that is dealt by both his normal attack and the attack from his Overshoot trait.
While you cannot stop him from conjuring the extra dancing card, you can prevent him from attacking. Since he only has 2, you can destroy him with Whack-a-Zombie. With 3, he can also be taken out with Berry Blast. However, be careful of the dancing card he Conjures as it can be dangerous, especially with the added Overshoot trait.
Unless you can win this turn or it is necessary, do not Bounce him, as the zombie hero can reuse his ability. Also, do not bother reducing his strength to 0, as his Overshoot trait will still damage you.
- He and Cosmic Scientist technically don't have the name of their tribes in their names, but their names do have part of their tribes' names or a word related to it in them.