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Jurassic Fossilhead

Jurassic Fossilhead2
Fossil skulls not only provide a huge amount of damage absorption, but are also extremely classy.
Almanac statistics
Toughness Machined
Speed Stiff
In-game statistics
Absorbs 99.25 normal damage shots
Special Speeds up when losing headwear.
Eating speed increased by 50%
Weakness Shadow-shroom2 (poison ignores skull)
First seen Jurassic Marsh - Day 1
Contrary to his name, Jurassic Fossilhead's fossil head isn't actually a fossil. That's skull's maybe a week and a half old, tops.

Jurassic Fossilhead is a zombie encountered in Jurassic Marsh in Plants vs. Zombies 2. It has no special abilities. Rather, the Jurassic Fossilhead is just a tougher Buckethead Zombie, which is a trait that shares with Knight Zombie and Blockhead Zombie.

Jurassic Fossilhead and Jurassic Bully are the only two 'unique' zombies in Jurassic Marsh.

Description

Jurassic Fossilhead wears a skull of a dead Triceratops that covers a little area over its head. The rest of its body and facial hair is just the same as a normal Jurassic Zombie.

Almanac entry

TOUGHNESS: Machined
SPEED: Basic

Fossil skulls not only provide a huge amount of damage absorption, but are also extremely classy.

Contrary to his name, Jurassic Fossilhead's fossil head isn't actually a fossil. That's skull's maybe a week and a half old, tops.

Overview

Jurassic Fossilhead absorbs 99.25 normal damage shots and changes its appearance upon absorbing 27, 54, 90 (when its skull is destroyed), and 95 normal damage shots before dying at 99.25 normal damage shots.

Encounters

Player's House: Piñata Party

Jurassic Marsh: All levels including La Brainsa Tarpits

Modern Day: Days 24, 34, and Highway to the Danger Room (portal only)

Strategies

Like Knight Zombie and Blockhead Zombie, this zombie can be problematic if you do not prepare. Additionally, Jurassic Fossilhead has the highest toughness out of the three when using certain instant kills. Just like Blockhead Zombie, its skull cannot be pulled off by Magnet-shroom, making it the hardest to deal with. If you spot it in the seed selection, choose instant kills (such as Chili BeanPotato Mine, Shadow-shroom, or a Plant Food-enhanced Sun Bean) to kill it instantly. Especially, a Sun Bean fed with Plant Food is highly recommended, as a full-health Jurassic Fossilhead will give a huge amount of sun when killed. However, it should be kept in mind that a single Squash cannot destroy it. This zombie is doubly dangerous if combined with Jurassic Bucketheads, Jurassic Gargantuars, Jurassic Bullies, and dinosaurs. Try to use a Blover quickly when it is affected by a raptor, stegosaurus, or ankylosaurus, as this zombie can cause massive havoc if you do not act fast enough. You can also use a Celery Stalker to defeat it quickly.

Among the introduced plants in Jurassic Marsh, Primal Peashooter can help push back Jurassic Fossilhead. It is best to have at least two Primal Peashooters and a Primal Wall-nut on one lane for a great combination. Primal Potato Mine is also useful due to its fast arming speed and can even defeat groups of Jurassic Fossilheads.

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Trivia

See also

Zombies
Plants vs. Zombies 2
Player's House
Ancient Egypt
Pirate Seas
Wild West
Frostbite Caves
China
Lost City
China
Far Future
Dark Ages
China
Neon Mixtape Tour
China
Jurassic Marsh
Big Wave Beach
China Shell Zombie
Modern Day
Kongfu World
Sky City
Others
China

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