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|Tribe||Dancing Superpower Trick|
|Abilities||Make two 1/1 Backup Dancers in random lanes.|
|You put your right foot in! No, wait, you might need that.|
Dance Off is a super-rare zombie superpower trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Crazy class. It costs 1 to play, and its ability summons two Backup Dancers in random lanes. Its plant counterpart is More Spore.
The phrase "dance off" means a competition, or a round in a competition, in which a number of dancers compete against each other until a winner is declared.
- Class: Crazy
- Tribe: Dancing Superpower Trick
- Abilities: Make two 1/1 Backup Dancers in random lanes.
- Rarity: Super-Rare
You put your right foot in! No, wait, you might need that.
There is not much to this card. It will summon two relatively weak units onto the field. The best time to use this card is either in the early game, or in a situation where a weak card can provide a meat shield. Keep in mind this is also a zombie trick, so no plant will be able to get rid of these until the fighting sequence.
The best strategy for using these is to use them in conjunction with other zombies such as Aerobics Instructor, which can increase the stats of dancing fighters, or Flamenco Zombie, which can provide fodder for its ability. Also, it can be used to apply early pressure against the plant hero in the early stages of the fight.
This may not be that much of a problem, but if the zombie hero possesses zombies that can buff the Backup Dancers, beware. While the two damage from the Backup Dancers isn't a big deal, the player must also watch out for the possibility of Flamenco Zombies later in the game.
- Its description is a reference to the Hokey Pokey, a participation dance with a distinctive accompanying tune and lyric structure.