- For other uses, see Backup Dancer (disambiguation).
Unlike its appearance in the original Plants vs. Zombies, it does not stick near the Disco Zombie and can move independently, even when the Disco Zombie is still unvanquished.
However, it does remain similar to his original appearance by always dancing while moving, even when attacking. It also remains similar to his original design. As of the Legends of the Lawn DLC, he became a Spawnable Zombie.
Its attack is Disco Munch and Hard Rock Toss. Each attack deals 25 damage.
The Backup Dancer munches with the best of them. Just don't tell him disco's dead.
Backup Dancers have 100 health, their health does not change on higher difficulties.
Backup Dancers can be considered a slight upgrade from the Browncoat Zombie, as its attack does 25 damage as opposed to the Browncoat's 15 damage and he has 125 health as opposed to the Browncoat's 30, 40, 50, or 60 health depending on the variant. Use it as you would with a Browncoat i.e. using them as distractions and to help capture the garden.
Vanquish it in a similar way as you would with a Browncoat, but remember that its damage and health is slightly buffed, so be careful.
- It, Vampire Zombie, and Yeti Imp are the only zombies that are minions from bosses in Garden Ops.
- When summoned, it does the splits, which is bizarre for a male zombie.
- Unlike the original Plants vs. Zombies, it is tougher than a regular zombie.
Specific to Garden Warfare 2
- In the zombie mission "You Are Cordially Invited...", there is a Backup Dancer called Tony Boloney, who challenges the player to a dance off in order to reveal where the door to Dr. Zomboss' secret lair is. However, Tony goes first and injures himself doing the splits, and then tells the player to go see Barth.