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Dr. Toxic is the Rare toxic variant of Scientist in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. Any plant that stands near Dr. Toxic will suffer from poison damage over time.
They call him Dr. Toxic because he's so toxic. His portable Reactor Pack and Radiation Blaster gives him a green aura that's hard to miss.
Dr. Toxic inflicts Plants with toxic damage just by walking near them!
Its primary weapon is the Radiation Blaster. It poisons plants, dealing three damage to them every second for around five seconds unless they are hit by another toxic attack, in which case the duration is reset.
It deals around 10 to 11 damage at long range, around 16 to 19 damage at mid-range and 26 to 47 damage in close quarters.
Sticky Explody Ball
Sticky Explody Ball is an explosive ball which explodes when an enemy plant is in a meter radius. It deals 50 damage.
With Warp, the player teleports to a location in preferential vision. The player deviates upward to go up stairs, small fences, etc.
Zombie Heal Station
The Zombie Heal Station heals all zombies within its radius.
Mega Heal Bomb
An alternate ability of Sticky Explody Ball, Mega Heal Bomb is a huge ball like the Sticky Explody Ball with a bigger radius. Heals all zombies in its radius by 50 health.
An alternate ability of Warp, Energy Warp allows the Scientist transferred into a pure energy that travels with the ability of invincibility. The Scientist is able to travel freely but can neither jump nor attack. It also gains a small speed boost.
Armored Heal Station
An alternate ability of Zombie Heal Station, Armored Heal Station heals at a slower rate than the Zombie Health Station, and self-destructs the same time as the Zombie Heal Station. Its incredible size allows players to jump on it to get to most buildings.
Sticky Cheetah Ball - GW1 Only
An alternate ability of Sticky Explody Ball, Sticky Cheetah Ball is orange in color with black spots, deals 75 damage.
Cheesy Warp - GW1 Only
An alternate ability of Warp, Cheesy Warp has the same use as Warp but deals 30 damage to all plants after reaching its destination.
Cheetah Heal Station - GW1 Only
An alternate ability of Zombie Heal Station, Cheetah Heal Station heals much faster, but also self-destructs faster.
Heal Beam of Science - GW2 Only
The Heal Beam of Science is the Computer Scientist's first activatable ability. Similar to Heal Beam, it will heal any zombie targeted by it, healing faster the closer the Scientist is to the healed target.
Heal Beam of Science (GW2 Exclusive)
The Heal Beam of Science is the Scientist's first ability in Garden Warfare 2. Similar to the Heal Beam, it will heal any zombie targeted by it, healing faster the closer the Scientist is to the healed target.
Yes! The Toxic Reloader is toxic. It reloads faster too.
Enriched Urbrainium Storage
Urbrainium Storage increases ammo capacity through enlarging the thing that holds the ammo.
More Toxic Toxins
By exposing the toxins to toxic materials, the damage output has been increased.
- It is actually related more to radioactivity than toxicity. This is because the symbol on its blaster is the universal warning sign for radioactivity. This is a very common mistake in media. Also, the game mentions its weapon of choice is Urbrainium which is a parody of Uranium, a radioactive metal.
- In terms of toxicity, the only thing toxic about this variant could be radiation poisoning, which is harmful to living organisms.
- It is one of three Scientist variants that wear two shoes, the other being the Paleontologist and the Zoologist.
- In Garden Warfare 2, the glass in its gas mask is less reflective, making it easier to see its face.