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- For other usages of beans, see bean.
|Abilities||When played: All Amphibious Plants get +1/+1.|
|Was *this* close to becoming an Army Bean.|
Navy Bean is a premium uncommon plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Smarty class. It costs 4 to play, and has 2/2. It has the Amphibious and Team-Up traits, and its ability gives all Amphibious plants +1/+1 when it is played.
It is based on a bean, a common name for large seeds of several genera of the flowering plant family Fabaceae, and the naval infantry, an infantry force that specializes in the support of naval and army operations at sea and on land.
Its name is a combination of "navy", referring to its Team-Up and Amphibious traits, and "bean", the real-life plant this is based on.
- Class: Smarty
- Tribe: Bean Plant
- Traits: Amphibious, Team-Up
- Ability: When played: All Amphibious Plants get +1/+1.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Uncommon
Was *this* close to becoming an Army Bean.
- ▲ Sun cost change: 5 → 4
- Set - Rarity change: Basic - Common → Premium - Uncommon
- ▼ Strength change: 5 → 3
- ▲ Trait added: Team-Up
- ▼ Health change: 5 → 4
- ▼ Strength change: 3 → 2
- ▼ Health change: 4 → 2
- ▲ Ability added: When played: All Amphibious Plants get +1/+1.
While Navy Bean's stats aren't the best, its Amphibious and Team-Up traits make up for it. It can be useful to hit the zombie hero or any Amphibious zombies, or act like an offensive Wall-Nut. It can also aid Admiral Navy Beans. Citron has access to Amphibious plants in the Guardian class (the only other class that has plants with this trait aside from Smarty), such as Sting Bean, Sea-Shroom, Water Chestnut, Guacodile, and Smackadamia, having the most Amphibious plants out of every plant hero.
Try to have as many Amphibious plants out at once, as Navy Bean will be able to boost them all and possibly wreck havoc. They don't even have to be played on aquatic lanes. The only downside is that many Amphibious plants don't have amazing stats, but that's a relatively minor downside.
Navy Bean can synergize well with Potted Powerhouse as Navy Bean is able to boost multiple plants at once. Since Potted Powerhouse's ability activates per boosted plant, it can gain a massive stat boost if you have enough Amphibious plants on the field at once.
Do not be deceived by Navy Bean's base stats, as it gives itself a boost as well. This makes Navy Bean immune to the 3 strength-based destroying tricks, minus Slammin' Smackdown. Even if you destroy Navy Bean, there are still the boosted Amphibious plants to deal with. The Chickening helps a little, but out of all the plants that get boosted by Navy Bean, the only plant that is destroyed is Admiral Navy Bean. Taking them out systematically and orderly is the best option. Deadly zombies can easily destroy any of the plants, but the zombie itself is most likely going to be destroyed.
- Its description mentions that it was *this* close to becoming an Army Bean. This may be a reference to the Newspaper Zombie's Suburban Almanac or Almanac entry from Plants vs. Zombies and Plants vs. Zombies 2, as it states that Newspaper Zombie was "*this* close" to finishing his Sudoku or crossword puzzle.
- It has higher stats than Admiral Navy Bean, although its name may make some people think vise versa.
- It, Sunflower, Pea-Nut and Pear Pal are the only plants with the Team-Up trait present in the Multiplayer menu.
- When one receives Navy Bean from a Premium Pack, its head is a bit bigger than what they see in its card. This is probably an oversight.