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|Abilities||Bounce a Zombie.|
|His favorite season is Fall.|
Spring Bean is a basic common plant trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Smarty class. It costs 3 to play, and its ability gives the Bounce effect to a selected zombie. Its zombie counterpart is Backyard Bounce.
- Class: Smarty
- Tribe: Bean Trick
- Ability: Bounce a Zombie.
- Set - Rarity: Basic - Common
His favorite season is Fall.
Spring Bean is effective against zombies that gain strength or health from abilities such as Arm Wrestler or Unlife of the Party, or those that have simply gained them via tricks, resetting their stats and wasting all the turns and cards your opponent used to boost them. You may also pick stronger zombies that have high base stats to temporarily get rid of them to let your plants attack your opponent. Spring Bean is also a bean card, meaning that it can synergize with Admiral Navy Bean and Bean Counter.
It is highly not recommended to Bounce zombies that can activate their ability when played, such as Disco-Tron 3000, Fireworks Zombie, or Zombot 1000, as your opponent can play them again, re-activating their abilities and causing you more trouble.
Keep in mind that zombies with the Gravestone trait cannot be bounced when they are still in their gravestones, so you need to wait for the zombies to be revealed to play this trick.
You cannot counter this trick, but you can lessen its impact. Do not focus everything on one zombie, as it makes an obvious target. If your opponent chooses to Bounce a naturally powerful zombie, you can play it again with Teleport.
- Its description makes a play on both meanings of "spring" and "fall", spring referring to the act of going up, and fall referring to the act of going down. Spring and Fall are also opposite from one another, in terms of seasons.