|Tribe||Flytrap Superpower Trick|
|Abilities||Destroy a Zombie with the lowest Health.|
|Chompzilla enjoys eating Zombies whole. She does not enjoy the indigestion that follows.|
Devour is Chompzilla's premium legendary plant signature superpower trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Mega-Grow and Solar classes. It costs 1 to play, and its ability instantly destroys a zombie with the lowest health. If there are 2 or more zombies with the lowest health, Chompzilla can choose which zombie to destroy.
- Classes: Mega-Grow, Solar
- Tribes: Flytrap Superpower Trick
- Ability: Destroy a Zombie with the lowest Health.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Legendary
Chompzilla enjoys eating Zombies whole. She does not enjoy the indigestion that follows.
In the early turns, this trick is useful at destroying glass cannons like Mini-Ninja or Tennis Champ without sacrificing a plant. And in the late-game, it gains much more potential since you can destroy even Gargantuars at a very cheap cost, provided they have the lowest health. However, this trick has trouble destroying threats with high health like Flag Zombie or Jester if there are other zombies with lower health on the field. If there are powerful zombies on the field, and weak zombies on the field, try getting rid of the weak zombies so you can easily destroy the powerful zombie.
The best way to counter this trick is to make sure there is always another zombie with lower health on the field to prevent the key zombie from becoming the target. If the health of a powerful zombie gets very low, heal it with Medic or any health-boosting trick so it gets out of range of being destroyed by Devour.
The single player AI will almost always use this instantly, so it can give you an advantage if you use a weak zombie.
- Despite its name and description, Chompzilla does not actually eat the targeted zombie. She simply bites it instead.
- It is the only flytrap trick in the game.
- Its animation might be a reference to Alien, as both the alien and Chompzilla sneak upon their prey, descend upon them, and take a bite out of them.