- For the Plants vs. Zombies and his sequel variant, see Zombie.
For the Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and his sequel variant, see Browncoat Zombie.
For more uses, see zombies.
|Owns a closet full of brown coats. And one plaid coat.|
Zombie is a token zombie card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Hearty class. He is transformed by The Great Zucchini, but can also be made by Summoning or Portal Technician, transformed by Transmogrify, or obtained as a card from Eureka. He costs 1 to play (only when he is Bounced and as a card from Eureka), and has 1/1. He does not have any traits nor abilities.
- Class: Hearty
- Tribe: Professional Zombie
- Traits: None
- Abilities: None
- Set: Token
Owns a closet full of brown coats. And one plaid coat.
- Set - Rarity change: Basic - Common → Token
- Removed from the player's collection.
- Class change: None → Hearty
Because of his low strength points and health points, this zombie should mostly be used as a weak shield to protect the zombie hero. The player could also try to boost his strength and health so he can survive some plant attacks and take out more plants. Unlike other 1/1 zombies, his tribe does not benefit any help.
If the chance arises, the player could play a Zombie King on the field, as he transforms any zombie on the field (especially this zombie) into a 5/5 Knight of the Living Dead. A Flag Zombie, in tandem with a Zombie King or a Coffee Zombie (giving this zombie extra stats and adding Frenzy), when this zombie was bounced and kept him until the mid-late game, can be a complicated yet devastating strategy. As the Flag Zombie can lessen this zombie's cost to none, and the other two aforementioned zombies will greatly boost this zombie's potential, making this a greater threat.
As long as he is not boosted or has an extra coverage (unless if it happens otherwise, bounce this zombie), everything can counter this zombie due to lacking an innate ability and considerably low stats, as long as it damages him. Use any plant on him or tricks such as Berry Blast. The player might not want to bounce this zombie if a Flag Zombie and/or a Zombie King is present the field to avoid further danger from the opponent.
- His description is a reference to the fact that in the first two games, the normal zombie wore a normal plaid coat, whereas in the Garden Warfare series, the normal zombie is depicted with a brown coat, and is referred to as the Browncoat Zombie.