During my free time, I often think about about PvZH. These are some of the ideas I've come up with. I'm gonna update them constantly, so stay tuned.
Brawl-mond: Nut Plant
4 Sun, 2 Attack, 4 Health
When a plant takes a hit and survives, it randomly gains +1 Health or +1 Attack.
2 Sun, 0 Attack, 6 Health
Team-Up. Plants behind this are shielded.
Rumbleweed: Leafy Root Plant
4 Sun, 2 Attack, 6 Health
Team-Up. When this takes damage, it moves to another random lane. Use it to defend as mutliple lanes in one turn by absorbing extra zombie attacks as it moves. Description: "He's learned to roll with the punches." Couples well with Brawl-mond and Pea Fowl.
Pumpkin Patch: Squash Environment
Plants here have Armored 2.
Pea Fowl: Pea Animal Plant
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It's been a dream of mine since the game launched to see the Ultimate League. Now I'm one step closer by reaching rank forty and entering the Taco League!
I've mostly been playing with Neptuna and Brain Freeze. I mainly hit a problem for awhile where I ran low on cards in the late game, and the opponent's Super-Block Meter kept letting them gain more health. The other main issue is dealing with the blasted 2nd Greatest Taco of all Time. I mostly found that having slighty more polarized decks with high and low cost cards than normal helped balance it out.
So,,, on to conquer the Taco League. Goodnight!Read more >
Hey guys! Ever since Garden Warfare 2 released, there's been a huge influx on fan fiction on the wiki. In particular, a lot of "sagas" seem to be coming out, showing off what the writers on the wiki can do. Today, I want to talk about the basics of writing fan fiction, and some basic pitfalls to avoid.
Tecku Talks About: Fan Fiction 101
Understandably, fan fiction is a passionate literature. Fanfic is our way of expressing that we care a lot about the world created by the fiction, and how much we think or daydream about it, and some of the wacky "what-ifs" that we come up with. As such, there isn't really a "correct" way to write. However, I do have a method that may help beginners get off the ground.
Stage 1: Synopis and Characters (Who are …
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Hey guys! So, today I'll be talking about the Top 10 cards for PvZH. However, unlike most of my Top 10 lists, I won't be doing them worst to best. Instead, I'll be talking about the best cards from each category: best Beastly card, best Smarty card, and so on. With that said, let's get started!
Top 10 Cards (by category)
Gaurdian: Shamrocket Launcher
Sometimes when scrolling through the forums, you get people who ask "Why do Zombies get better cards? Why do they have fighters with better stats and cheaper tricks?" What they don't tend to understand is the risk vs. reward that occurs in zombie decks. Zombies have to split their brains up each turn to play tricks. To use tricks effectively, the zombie player must predict the next move by the pl…
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Hey guys! Well, PvZH has been launching content for quite awhile now, and it shows no sign of stopping. The wiki page for upcoming PvZH content is brimming with cards that have yet to be released, and I can't wait to see them in action.
Indeed, PvZH has done a great job of covering all thing PvZ in its card system. Plants and zombies from the original game, plants and zombies from Garden Warfare, mini games like Whack-A-Zombie, and even holiday events like Hippity Hop Gargantuar have made it in. That got me thinking. What is there from the series that hasn't been given a card yet? Well, I'm here to talk about that today.
Tecku Talks About: Top 15 Things That Should Be PvZH Cards
To give fair warning, there are some spoilers about upcoming PvZ…Read more >