|Abilities||When played: Move a Zombie.|
|"Get along, little Zombie."|
Whipvine is a premium uncommon plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Mega-Grow class. It costs 5 to play, and has 5/5. It has no traits, and its ability moves a selected zombie onto a selected lane when it is played. Its zombie counterparts are Sumo Wrestler and Rodeo Gargantuar.
It is based on the plant scientifically known as the Flagellaria indica, or more commonly referred as the Whip Vine, a type of climbing plant found in tropical areas.
- Class: Mega-Grow
- Tribe: Vine Plant
- Traits: None
- Ability: When played: Move a Zombie.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Uncommon
"Get along, little Zombie."
While costing 5 sun and having an average of 1/1 per sun, it is not necessarily a good plant, but it can get you out of a sneaky situation, or maybe just give some free damage against the zombie hero. Whipvine can also move a zombie into a lane with another plant such as Potato Mine or Wall-Nut for stalling. Whipvine can force zombies to either make way for an Anti-Hero plant, or force it to destroy something which will benefit you (e.g. when there is a Briar Rose and you want a zombie to hurt a flower to get rid of it).
Being a pretty strong plant, it's difficult to destroy, especially since it can move one of your zombies around.
For the best results, using Rocket Science will destroy it quickly. Cut Down to Size can also work. Throwing a strong zombie can also work, but tricks are better suited for destroying this, especially since zombie tricks are used after this is planted. Hail-a-Copter can be used to defeat this in struggling situations, however, the Copter Commando will die in the process without boosts.
- Its description references the song "Git Along Little Dogies" by Roy Dogers.
- It is the only vine plant in the Mega-Grow class.
- This plant shares many traits with Escape Root.
- Both can move something across the lawn (plant and zombie).
- Both use an underground plant feature to do so (vine, root).
- Both are premium plants.