- For other uses, see Carrotillery (disambiguation).
- For more information about this character, see Carrotillery.
Carrotillery is based on Daucus carota sativus, more commonly known as a carrot, a domesticated root vegetable whose wild counterparts are native to Europe and Southeast Asia.
His name comes from "carrot", the plant in which he's based on, and "artillery", a class of heavy military ranged weapons, referencing his high damaging carrot missiles.
Note: Carrotillery's damage in-game is Heavy, and its in-game recharge is Mediocre.
Sun cost: 450
Carrotillery shoots carrot missiles, dealing huge damage to zombies.
Range Details: Arc trajectory
Plant Food effect
When fed Plant Food, he shoots a big carrot to the ground. When it is destroyed it explodes. If it hits a zombie directly, it also explodes. The carrot absorbs 400 DPS and deals 1800 DPS of damage in a 1x3 area.
He now shoots a nuke that blocks more zombies.
He is very strong and deals high damage. However, he is extremely expensive, so you might want some more support. He faces competition with R.A.D Missiles, due to the latter's cheaper cost and higher damage.
If you are planning to use a Level 1 Carrotillery, it is advised to use a defensive plant eg. Wall-nut, due to recharging time. However, if he is higher level, some weaker defensive plants like Primal Wall-nut or Radish will do the trick, but still defend him as he will fire more carrots at once, although his rearming time is reduced drastically.
Carrotillery will be able to wreak havoc in the case of occasional tough zombies, like for example Robo-Cone Zombie. Far Future is an excellent example of where Carrotillery will come handy. You should be more cautious in for example Neon Mixtape Tour, where large groupings of low health zombies will waste Carrotillery's carrot missiles, so when a zombie-like Hair Metal Gargantuar comes out, Carrotillery will probably have only 0-2 missiles to combat the Gargantuar before he will have to enter a recharge stage. The same applies to Modern Day, where Portals will pose a huge threat to his utility.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Carrotillery.
- The missile shot by its Plant Food ability can actually be dug up to make it explode immediately.
- The Plant Food effect can actually land in the sea in Pirate Seas. This is most likely a bug.
- His Almanac entry is referencing the character "Optimus Prime" from the Transformers series.
- His costume also resembles Optimus Prime.
- When Plant Food is used on the Carrotillery, he makes the same noise that Cabbage-pult makes when Plant Food is used on it, the same case with Dandelion.
- He will rear back before shooting carrot missiles.
- If his plant food effect is done in Sky City, the missile will immediately explode.
- He is the first monthly special plant to appear in this game.
- This is one of the only Chinese-exclusive characters of Plants vs. Zombies 2 that were included in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, with the other being Brontosaurus from Jurassic Marsh, as Mondo Bronto.