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Chainsaw Flytrap (电锯捕蝇草; pinyin: diàn jù bǔ yíng cǎo) is a Tier 3 plant in Plants vs. Zombies: All Stars. It attacks zombies that are close to it by quickly biting them. It also has a chance to add bonus anger after attacking.

Upgrade

Chainsaw Flytrap is the upgrade of Venus Flytrap.

Plant Food effect

Vampire Chainsaw: It digs itself into the ground and sucks the first enemy's health and turns 80% of the damage dealt into health. 

Origin

The Chainsaw Flytrap is a portmanteau of the tool Chainsaw and the plant Dionaea muscipula, more commonly known as the Venus Flytrap. The Chainsaw Flytrap bites zombies, similar to how Venus Flytaps eat insects.

Gallery

Trivia

  • It and Clap Grass both have a fly buzzing around it during their idle animations.
  • Contrary to the name, this plant has nothing to do with chainsaws.
Plants (Plants vs. Zombies: All Stars)
Tier 3
Gentle Triplet Sunflower · Hazelnut Ball · Ginseng
Brave Gatling Pea · Frostbolt Shooter · Fume-shroom · Cob Cannon · Meteor Hammer Master · Foxtail · Coconut Rocket Launcher · Tree Cactus · Devil Chili · Thunder God Grass · Fan Blover · Winter Melon · Twin-Headed God Snapdragon · Doomsday Bomb Mushroom · Cypress · Golden Chrysanthemum · Fu Ling Mushroom · Mocha Coffee Bean · E.C.Peach · Super Citron · Super Bean · MC Glory · Firebloom Queen · Pumpkin Witch
Tenacious Holographic Tall-nut · Chainsaw Flytrap · Diamond Spikeweed · Walnut Bomb · Wispywood · Tai Choy · Magneto Mushroom · Lighthouse Flower · Jackfruit
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