|Abilities||When played: If you made at least 6 this turn, draw a card.|
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Sage Sage is a premium rare plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Solar class. He costs 2 to play, and has 2/1. He does not have any traits, and his ability gives the plant hero a card if 6 or more sun has been made on the turn he is played. His zombie counterpart is Cell Phone Zombie.
His name and appearance are both puns on two meanings of "sage," a person who has attained the wisdom which a philosopher seeks, and a perennial, evergreen subshrub with medicinal and culinary uses.
- Class: Solar
- Tribe: Leafy Plant
- Traits: None
- Ability: When played: If you made at least 6 this turn, draw a card.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Rare
Got his start writing messages for fortune cookies.
- Set - Rarity change: Basic - Common → Premium - Uncommon
- Rarity change: Uncommon → Rare
Sage Sage is mostly like a Cell Phone Zombie whose ability can only be activated in the late-game. While Sage Sage has slightly better stats compared to Cell Phone Zombie, his situational ability makes Sage Sage inferior in most situations. An alternative to Sage Sage is Morning Glory, as both have abilities that activate when 6 is made, but Morning Glory is relatively better due to her stats. While he can be paired with Bananasaurus Rex to boost his stats, other cards with the same ability such as Flourish, Holo-Flora, and Party Thyme are more effective. If you want to use this though, it is advised that you focus on creating lots of sun early on.
Because he is used for his ability and not his stats, it should not be that much of a threat. Sage Sage's ability encourages your opponent to play him much later in the game, when plants with stats these low have nowhere to stand. However, if Sage Sage is played in the early-game, be careful since Sage Sage can still take your zombies down. Use weaker zombies to destroy him, as he only has 1 health. Total Eclipse will make short work of him without activating his ability, rendering him useless.