Re-Peat Moss is a premium rare plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Mega-Grow class. It costs 4 to play, and has 2/3. It does not have any traits, and its ability makes it do a bonus attack every time a plant trick is played.
It is based on the sphagnum, known as the peat moss. Its name is a portmanteau of "repeat," referring to its ability, and "peat moss," the real-life plant it is based on.
- Class: Mega-Grow
- Tribe: Moss Plant
- Traits: None
- Ability: When you play a Trick, this does a Bonus attack.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Rare
"To do what I do... it's TRICKY. I'll leave it at that."
- Rarity change: Uncommon → Common
- Set - Rarity change: Basic - Common → Premium - Rare
Re-Peat Moss' ability to do a bonus attack when a trick is played can be used effectively in tandem with Party Thyme, as every time a plant trick is played, the former will perform a bonus attack, which will trigger the latter's ability that allows the player to draw a card. Later in the game, this card can become very dangerous, as the large amount of sun lets the player play a lot of tricks, allowing them to get free damage in return.
The combination of Re-Peat Moss and Party Thyme not only is effective by itself, but also synergizes well with Bananasaurus Rex. Since Bananasaurus Rex gets +1/+1 every time you draw a card, this combo ultimately lets you do free damage, draw a card, and boost Bananasaurus Rex for each trick used.
Using tricks like Time to Shine or Espresso Fiesta can be fatal to the zombie hero, as Re-Peat Moss will do two or four bonus attacks, respectively, though only Grass Knuckles and Captain Combustible can use Time to Shine.
It is very effective when used with boosting tricks such as Berry Angry or Fertilize to further take advantage of its ability. When it is used with many of these tricks, it can do significant damage to a zombie or zombie hero.
This plant is at its best with Captain Combustible due to his overwhelming amount of stat-boosting tricks, not to mention that his signature superpower, Blazing Bark, can be devastating if you play it on Re-Peat Moss, which can do a lot of damage to zombies and your opponent, as it boosts Re-Peat Moss with a lot of strength for only 1 sun.
Although environments such as The Red Plant-It do not count as tricks, they can still be useful in granting Re-Peat Moss extra attack power for whenever you play a trick.
When you see this, try to use Rolling Stone to destroy it instantly, or your opponent will likely boost it, and when it is out of control, using instant-kill tricks like Rocket Science or Locust Swarm is a must to prevent receiving heavy damage. You can also block Re-Peat Moss's bonus attacks with Gravestone zombies. Zombie Coach is also a good option, as it will make any sports zombie in front of it immune to its bonus attacks.
Play Ra Zombie to prevent your opponent from playing tricks if they plan to play any trick with Re-Peat Moss on the field. It is best to play him on the sixth turn, as your opponent will not have enough sun to use tricks. Defensive End can also hinder your opponent by making them more expensive. However, the best counter for it is Bonus Track Buckethead, which can prevent it from doing bonus attacks in general.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Re-Peat Moss.
- Its description is a reference to its ability.
- During the beta, the animation when Re-Peat Moss was played was longer.
- If the player makes another plant do a bonus attack and the zombie hero blocks it, Re-Peat Moss will hop up and down.
- Before update 1.16.10, it was the only moss card in the game.