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Repeater (Plants vs. Zombies Heroes)

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Repeater (PvZH)
StrengthPvZH Strength HeartPvZH Health SunPvZH Cost
2 2 3
Set Basic
Rarity Common
Class PvZH Mega-Grow Icon
Tribe Pea Plant
Abilities After combat here, this does a bonus attack.
"Yes! Yes! Let's do this! Let's do this!"

Repeater is a basic common plant card appearing in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the PvZH Mega-Grow IconMega-Grow plants. It costs 3SunPvZH to plant, and has 2StrengthPvZH/2HeartPvZH. Its ability causes it to perform a bonus attack, provided that the plant survived the combat in the battle phase.


Repeater is based on the Pisum sativum, commonly known as the pea. Its name is a play on "repeater," a movement to do something again, and "pea."


  • Class: Mega-Grow
  • Tribe: Pea Plant
  • Abilities: After combat here, this does a bonus attack.
  • Set - Rarity: Basic - Common

Card description

"Yes! Yes! Let's do this! Let's do this!"



Repeater is fragile, but potentially rewarding offensive plant. Its main strength lies in its guarantee bonus attack after battle, which can double the value of any offensive boost attached to it. This also means however that any armor on the opposing zombie will have twice the effect as the armor will apply to both attacks.

As demonstrated in the tutorial, a Repeater behind a Torchwood is a good combination of plants and can cause a lot of damage to a zombie or a zombie hero. Keep in mind that there are other peashooting plants that can replace the Repeater, like the Skyshooter.

Planting a Repeater while The Podfather is on the field will increase the strength and health points of the Repeater by 2. Party Thyme can also be used in conjunction with Repeater to set up a draw engine and get additional cards per turn.


Try and quickly get rid of this, because of its special effect. Leaving no zombie to combat it will result in the Zombie Hero losing 4 health, which is 1/5 of its health, which could be troubling. Try using a zombie that will do at least 2 damage. Tennis Champ is good for combating this, however, it will be destroyed in the process. The zombie will get 4 damage that turn and surely take this plant out. Its brain cost makes this more efficient. Jester can also pressure the Plant Hero, as it will survive the attack from Repeater.

Beware when this plant teaming up with other plants such as Torchwood or The Podfather, as they will boost this plant, making it more threatening. In this case, going after these plants is a must, or the zombie hero might face losing early.

Tricks can easily take out this plant before the fight wave begins, so using them is a good idea.




V · T · E
Plants in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes
PvZH Mega-Grow Icon Mega-Grow
Heroes Green Shadow · Chompzilla · Grass Knuckles · Captain Combustible
Fighters Bonk Choy · Party Thyme · Pea Pod · Peashooter · Sweet Potato · Torchwood · Black-Eyed Pea · Cabbage-Pult · Doubled Mint · Fire Peashooter · Grow-Shroom · Muscle Sprout · Repeater · The Podfather · Bananasaurus Rex · Re-Peat Moss · Skyshooter · Potted Powerhouse · Whipvine · Super-Phat Beets
Tricks Fertilize · Flourish · Plant Food · Espresso Fiesta
Superpowers Blazing Bark · Devour · Power Pummel · Precision Blast · Embiggen · Holo-Flora · Time to Shine

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