|Tribe||Pea Superpower Trick|
|Abilities||Attack for 5 damage in the middle lane.|
|Green Shadow's approach is right down the middle.|
Precision Blast is Green Shadow's premium legendary plant signature superpower trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Mega-Grow and Smarty classes. It costs 1 to play, and its ability does 5 damage to whatever is on the middle lane.
- Classes: Mega-Grow, Smarty
- Tribes: Pea Superpower Trick
- Ability: Attack for 5 damage in the middle lane.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Legendary
Green Shadow's approach is right down the middle.
Due to its cheap cost and its capability of doing a high amount of damage, Precision Blast is a good trick to play in the early-game, mid-game, and even the late-game. You can either play it on the first turn to start with an early 5 damage to your opponent (Keep in mind that your opponent is free to play zombies or tricks to hurt you too), destroy a threat with 5 or less health, or a really annoying zombie like Zombie Yeti or Kangaroo Rider.
Playing cards that can move zombies such as Sweet Potato or Whipvine with this trick can be used as a good combo to take out a high priority target on any other lane, as they can move said target onto the middle lane, allowing you to strike it with Precision Blast.
However, this trick has a very obvious weakness, since it can only be played on the middle lane. This means that your opponent can play powerful zombies on all lanes but the middle lane to wreak havoc without worrying about this trick. Hence, you may do 5 damage to your opponent, but the damage trade-off may be a bit too huge in such situations. Make sure your opponent does not have a particularly full Super-Block Meter; otherwise, you run the risk of wasting your Precision Blast. Additionally, avoid playing Precision Blast if there is a Gravestone or Shielded zombie on the center lane as it will not get harmed and waste Precision Blast unless you need to activate Re-Peat Moss's ability.
Note that, oddly, despite being classed as a card in the pea tribe, and even though The Podfather reacts to it with the animation it uses for boosting a pea plant with its ability, it and Torchwood do not seem to have any effects on the damage of Precision Blast.
Your opponent may have this card at any time. So as a safety precaution, avoid playing valuable zombies on the middle lane so that they don't get destroyed, but also do not keep the middle lane empty as you take 5 damage if you do. Instead, try to bait your opponent into playing this by playing a cheap but powerful zombie on the middle lane, like Tennis Champ. Or even better, stop her from playing this trick entirely by playing a Gravestone zombie. However, beware of Grave Mistake.
- In the tutorial, the player does not receive Precision Blast at the start of the game, but as a card on the 3rd turn. This is the only time a superpower is obtained without getting it at the start of the game or by blocking an attack besides Conjuring a superpower via Thinking Cap, Quasar Wizard, or by the rule of a Daily Challenge.