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I'm sorry I've been inactive. School has arrived, I'm still reading discussion #20 of NMT, and I've been real busy with PvZ: GW, playing with my friends and such. I like PvZ: GW way more than PvZ2, but hey, it's just me. Please note I won't be active much, and I've planning to get a PS4 and get a video card for the PC version of GW.Read more >
This is my version of "Everything Wrong with Neon Mixtape Tour". Yes, I know Lily just made one, but this reveals everything wrong in my opinion of Neon Mixtape Tour.
I have yet to play Neon Mixtape Tour, and I will create a section on Side B once it comes out.
- The world background is night, it looks like night, but sun falls out from the sky and the levels are called "days".
- Cactus was so useless in PvZ1 the PopCap team had to remake Cactus's ability in this game.
- Cactus is a mix in the game just like in PvZ1.
- How do sound waves deal damage?
- How can zombies react to a jam if they have no visible ears?
- Magnet-shrooms can pull off the Punk Zombie's entire head, I mean come on, it's not like the Yeti's robotic head, I know it has met…
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This is my guide of the Sunflower in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. To see the guides on Peashooter, Foot Soldier, Scientist and Cactus, click here, here, here or here. If I make a mistake, please leave it down in the comments below.
The Sunflower is the healer of the plant class, but has the lowest health out of all of them. She uses the Sun Pulse which is accurate and easy to control but deals low damage. Every plant team needs at least one Sunflower or they might be pwned by the zombies.
Ammo: 50 (60 upgraded)
Damage: 5-8 (impact) 6-10 (critical) (used to be 4-7 impact, 5-9 critical before TT DLC)
Now, let's go on to the variants. The Fire Flower is an elemental Sunflower which has less ammo but can deal fire da…
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This is my guide of the Cactus in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. To see the guides of the Peashooter, Foot Soldier and Scientist, click here, here or here. If I make a mistake, please leave it down in the comments below.
The Cactus is the sniper of the Plant team, it rivals Foot Soldier because of the primary weapon and rivals Engineer because of the abilities. Cacti are best in a spot where zombies are less likely to hit her, because she is terrible at close range.
Ammo: 12 (15 upgraded)
Damage: 27-30 (impact) 30-33 (critical)
Now, let's go into the variants. The Fire Cactus is a "fire" version of the Cactus, but has a few alterations to it. The Fire Cactus shoots slightly faster than the normal Cactus (although…
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This is my guide of the Scientist in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. To see the guides on Peashooter, Foot Soldier or Cactus, go here, here or here. If I make a mistake, please leave it down in the comments below.
So, the Scientist is the healer of the zombie team and the zombie counterpart of the Sunflower. The Scientist uses the Goo Blaster, or the Zomboss Goo Blaster as it was called in beta, which deals low damage from long ranges and huge damage at short ranges. Unlike the Sunflower, the healer of the plant team, the Scientist does worse at long range but has the benefit of around 70 damage at short range which the Sunflower can only deal up to 10 damage. A Scientist can clear out bunches of plants if in CQC. It used to deal more d…
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