Sugary Treat is a colossal uncommon zombie trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Crazy class. It can also be Conjured by Trick-or-Treater, Eureka, Mad Chemist, or Cheese Cutter. It costs 2 to play, and its ability gives a selected zombie +3/+1.
- Class: Crazy
- Tribe: Gourmet Trick
- Ability: A Zombie gets +3/+1.
- Set - Rarity: Colossal - Uncommon
Tooth decay: Not exactly a big concern for Zombies.
- Added to the game.
- Set - Rarity change: Super-Rare → Token
- Set - Rarity change: Token → Colossal - Uncommon
- ▲ Ability change: A Zombie gets +2. → A Zombie gets +3/+1.
- Description change: Was originally Tooth decay: It is not exactly a big concern for Zombies.
This trick can be used to help aid in destroying a plant that is blocking the zombie's way, or as a cheap way to activate the abilities of Trickster, Mad Chemist, Paparazzi Zombie, and Trick-or-Treater. It can also be used to give a small boost to a zombie's health, so it can survive for longer. Just be careful of Black-Eyed Pea and Sportacus as they will activate their abilities when this is played.
It can also work as a slightly more expensive version of Brute Strength, but with a small health boost thrown in as well. It is also available to all Crazy heroes instead of only Impfinity and Z-Mech, and can be used up to 4 times. Or, it can be a replacement for Yeti Lunchbox for Electric Boogaloo.
If your opponent attempts to get Sugary Treat via Trick-or-Treater, removing him during your turn using bonus attacks, instant-kill cards like Squash or direct damage like Berry Blast are good ways to prevent such tricks from being given. But if your opponent has them directly in their deck, using Black-Eyed Pea or Sportacus to deter such tricks from being played or Forget-Me-Nuts or Dark Matter Dragonfruit to make it more expensive, or Bouncing the boosted zombie to remove the boost are the only options you have.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Sugary Treat.
- Its description implies that zombies don't have to worry about tooth decay, as their teeth are already decaying.