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|Abilities||A Zombie gets +3/+3.|
|Side effects include headaches, blurred vision, and insatiable hunger.|
Vitamin Z is a premium uncommon zombie trick card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Beastly class. It costs 3 to play, and its ability gives a selected zombie +3/+3. Its plant counterpart is Fertilize.
Its name is a portmanteau of the common everyday vitamins; A, B, C and D and "Z," referring to the zombies and how this is a zombie trick.
- Class: Beastly
- Tribe: Trick
- Ability: A Zombie gets +3/+3.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Uncommon
Side effects include headaches, blurred vision, and insatiable hunger.
There are plenty of ways to use this trick. You can use it on a weak zombie like Snorkel Zombie or Pied Piper to turn them into a moderate threat, or you can use it on stronger zombies like Smashing Gargantuar or Vimpire to make them an even bigger threats. You can also use it to keep useful zombies alive such as Gentleman Zombie, Zombie King, or Jester. Vitamin Z can make Newspaper Zombie a very big threat, as it can take lots of damage and deal good damage as well.
Vitamin Z can be used on the Undying Pharaoh to keep alive and keep buffing it with this, so your hero's health can't go below 1. Vitamin Z works well with Paparazzi Zombie especially if you have two of them, because buffing these zombies gives them 3 and 3, but it's also a trick, so it will also give them 1 and 1.
Zombies boosted by this trick can become quite powerful, so play carefully and try to expect it when playing against Beastly heroes. The best counters for this trick are Bouncing the boosted zombie, making it so the hero has wasted their brains, or just using an instant-kill trick like Squash or Lawnmower.
- Its description is a reference to how misuse of medication can cause negative side-effects.