Gargantuars' Feast is a premium legendary zombie trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Crazy class. It costs 11 to play, and its ability makes 3 random Gargantuar zombies on random lanes.
- Class: Crazy
- Tribes: Gourmet Gargantuar Trick
- Ability: Make 3 random Gargantuars in random lanes.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Legendary
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- ▲ Brain cost change: 12 → 11
Due to its high brain cost, it can be hard to play and therefore is rarely used. However, using multiple Gentleman Zombies and Gargologists can easily allow the player to play this earlier. Keep in mind that if there are 2 or less empty lanes, this trick is less cost-effective than playing two Gargantuars individually. Therefore, it is best to play this trick if there are at least three empty lanes.
Since it is in the gourmet tribe, Cheese Cutter has a chance to Conjure this trick and make it slightly cheaper. If you manage to play this, you will most likely win, as you will get three zombies of the most powerful tribe in the game as soon as you make 10 brains. Due to being a Gargantuar trick, Z-Mech can combine this with Gargologist and/or Zombology Teacher, allowing him to play Gargantuars' Feast as early as turn 9.
Impfinity can play Mixed-Up Gravedigger on the next turn, as he will hide all Gargantuars plus himself in gravestones, resetting their stats and all damage done to them during the previous turn, as well as re-activating Rodeo Gargantuar or Zombot 1000's ability, if there are any. Electric Boogaloo can support these Gargantuars by using boosting tricks or Loudmouth, or even instant-kill tricks. However, only follow this strategy if your opponent survives the turn you played Gargantuars' Feast.
However, the best hero to use Gargantuars' Feast is Professor Brainstorm, as he has access to cards specializing in ramping up brains. For example, playing Brain Vendor in Medulla Nebula can allow you to earn 3 extra brains, making it easier to play Gargantuars' Feast as early as turn 8. You can also play Cryo-Brain to slowly ramp up brains in order to play Gargantuars' Feast slightly earlier.
However, this card is very luck-based, meaning you can end up as lucky as getting a Zombot 1000 or unfortunate enough to get a Wannabe Hero when you are low on health. Therefore, only use it if you are in need for some Gargantuars.
While ground and heights lanes have an equal chance of making any Gargantuar, if the aquatic lane is chosen or is one of the few lanes available, the Gargantuar made will always be a Deep Sea Gargantuar due to it being the only Gargantuar with the Amphibious trait.
If you have Unlife of the Party on the field, he can boost himself by up to +3/+3 when you use this trick.
This is the list of Gargantuars you can get from this card arranged by brain cost:
- Gargantuar Mime
- Hippity Hop Gargantuar
- Imp-Throwing Gargantuar
- Smashing Gargantuar
- Supernova Gargantuar
- Surprise Gargantuar
- Cursed Gargolith
- Deep Sea Gargantuar
- Gargantuar-Throwing Gargantuar
- Defensive End
- Gas Giant
- King of the Grill
- Wizard Gargantuar
- Nurse Gargantuar
- Rodeo Gargantuar
- Wannabe Hero
- Zombot 1000
This card is rarely used, so the player should only worry a little about this card being played. However, when the time comes, the player has a very little chance of properly dealing with it. The player should try and quickly defeat any zombie hero with the Crazy class just in case this happens. Should you survive the attack after the trick, using plants like Kernel Corn or The Great Zucchini could help lower the threat.
In the worst case scenario, use Squash to destroy some of the Gargantuars if the player is using a Solar hero. Since all Gargantuars have 4 strength or more, using Doom-Shroom should be able to get rid of all those spawned Gargantuars easily assuming the player survived the onslaught. Beware, Doom-Shroom will also destroy your strong plants if you use it. Grapes of Wrath can also help ease the situation, as it can provide an easy 6 damage to the zombie hero if one of the made Gargantuars has destroyed it.
If you see the zombie hero saving up 11 brains, there is a high chance that they are about to use this trick, so prepare your defense against it. If you can, use Brainana to take away all of the zombie hero's brains or play Dark Matter Dragonfruit or even Forget-Me-Nuts to delay the usage of Gargantuars' Feast. Another way to avoid letting someone play this card is to defeat the opponent before turn 11, because it is a death trap, especially if your opponent is a Crazy hero (keep in mind that Brainy heroes can also acquire this card via Mad Chemist or Triplication, while Beastly heroes can acquire this card via Cheese Cutter and King of the Grill).
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Gargantuars' Feast.
- It is the most expensive card in the entire game so far, costing 11.
- It and Zombot's Wrath are the only cards to feature Dr. Zomboss in person.
- Coincidentally, both of them are tricks from the Crazy class and are in the Gargantuar tribe.
- Maniacal Laugh also features Dr. Zomboss, but only seen in a screen.
- Excluding signature superpowers, it, Wall-Nut Bowling, and Teleport are the only legendary tricks in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes.
- There is a glitch when Surprise Gargantuar is made, the message asking the player to choose a lane for Surprise Gargantuar to move to will appear even if there are less than 2 open lanes. When this happens with no open lanes, the game will softlock.
- It and Maniacal Laugh are the only robots or part-robots to not be in the science tribe.
- It and King of the Grill are the only cards in the game to be in the gourmet and Gargantuar tribes.
- Dr. Zomboss seems to be shorter than usual in the card's animation.
- Dr. Zomboss' sprite from this trick is reused in the advertisement for the Feastivus Bundle, where he holds Exploding Fruitcake.