- For other uses, see Fire Pea (disambiguation).
- Class: Mega-Grow
- Tribe: Pea Plant
- Traits: None
- Abilities: None
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Uncommon
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- Set - Rarity change: Basic - Common → Premium - Uncommon
Fire Peashooter is a fairly basic plant as far as 2-sun fighters go, due to its relatively decent stats and lack of innate ability. However, it does have a good strength stat for a 2-sun cost plant. In addition, its tribe means that Fire Peashooter can benefit from Torchwood, as it can gain both offensive and defensive benefits by standing behind the plant in question. It can also benefit from The Podfather, as it gets +2/+2 when the latter is on the field. Using both could be even better, managing to deal a whopping 7 damage, possibly to the hero, as long as you have The Podfather out first. If it gets to that point, you can then use Espresso Fiesta to finish off the zombie hero. Otherwise, Fire Peashooter should be treated as Zapricot with less strength, as opposed to more durable plants such as Pismashio. It is also a turn 2 counter to Arm Wrestler.
As Fire Peashooter has a relatively low amount of health, anything that could do at least 2 damage should be able to take it down with little cost. A Fire Peashooter + Torchwood combo, however, is a different story, and you should consider either using Deadly zombies, instant-kill tricks like B-flat or Locust Swarm, damaging tricks such as Bungee Plumber or The Chickening, or cards with plant-moving abilities such as Sumo Wrestler or Terrify to deal with it. If Fire Peashooter is boosted in any way, consider using Rocket Science. Beam Me Up is also a good counter to this plant, since both cancel each other out.
- Unlike in Plants vs. Zombies 2, Torchwood can increase its strength.
- However, feeding Torchwood Plant Food in Plants vs. Zombies 2 can increase Fire Peashooter's damage slightly.