Line Dancing Zombie is a premium super-rare zombie card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Sneaky class. She costs 3 to play, and has 3/1. She has the Gravestone and Strikethrough traits, and her ability moves her onto a selected lane when she is revealed.
- Class: Sneaky
- Tribe: Dancing Zombie
- Traits: Gravestone, Strikethrough
- Ability: When revealed: Move this Zombie.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Super-Rare
In her opinion, there's no better song to line dance to than the "Zombie Shuffle."
- ▲ Health change: 1 → 2
- ▲ Trait added: Strikethrough
- ▲ Ability change: This moves to another random lane. → Move this Zombie.
- ▼ Strength change: 4 → 3
- Name change: Do-si-do Zombie → Line Dancing Zombie
- Description change: Was originally Grab your partner, Do-Si-Do! Eat their brains and away you go!
- ▼ Health change: 2 → 1
Despite her poor amount of health, her Gravestone and Strikethrough traits, ability, and dancing tribe can be used to make up for that disadvantage. In most cases, it is recommended that you use her ability to move her a safe lane where a plant can't hurt her through regular attacks or Splash Damage. If done correctly, she can help you to flat out deal 3 damage to the opposing plant hero, assuming that the hero didn't manage to block the attack with the Super-Block Meter. You could also move Line Dancing Zombie in a lane with plants that have Team-Up like Pair of Pears or against an aggressive plant with low health, as her Strikethrough trait and 3 strength can do big damage to plants and the plant hero. As she comes out of a gravestone, you can use Headstone Carver to boost her stats, dealing 4 damage, which could destroy more kinds of plants. Alternatively, you may use tricks such as Vitamin Z or Camel Crossing for Line Dancing Zombie to keep attacking, applying pressure to the plant hero.
Line Dancer Zombie is a good counter to swarm decks, as many plants in said deck tend to lack in health, which she can destroy easily.
With Impfinity, when you play her on the field, you can play an Aerobics Instructor next to boost her. Assuming that Line Dancing Zombie moves to a safe lane and is not destroyed during the fight phase, during the next turn, Aerobics Instructor will boost her strength, which can be quite troubling for a Strikethrough zombie. It is not recommended to place the said Aerobics Instructor after the turn Line Dancing Zombie is played, as it is possible that the plant hero might target this zombie. Alternatively, you can play Flamenco Zombie the following turn to do bonus damage to your opponent.
As she comes out of a gravestone, you may use Grave Buster to destroy her before she even gets to do anything. Once she is revealed, you can destroy her with cards such as Sour Grapes, Chomper, or Whack-a-Zombie. Iceberg Lettuce may be used to stop her from attacking, allowing you to destroy her without letting her hurt your plants or you.
- She is the only dancing card in the Sneaky class.