Cosmic Flower is a galactic rare plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and a member of the Solar class. She costs 3 to play and has 2/1. She has the Strikethrough trait, and her ability Conjures a flower card when she is played and gives it the Strikethrough trait if it is a fighter card.
Her appearance is based on Sunflower.
Her name is a combination of "cosmic" and "flower," referring to her appearance.
- Class: Solar
- Tribe: Flower Plant
- Trait: Strikethrough
- Ability: When played: Conjure a Flower, and it gets Strikethrough.
- Set - Rarity: Galactic - Rare
She enjoys the simple things in life - hanging out with friends, fighting Zombies, and basking in cosmic rays.
- Added to the game.
While she has poor stats for her cost, Cosmic Flower can still make a meaningful impact with her Strikethrough trait. But more importantly, her main strength is her Conjuring ability; Strikethrough is a powerful trait, and you can obtain powerful or useful flowers like Soul Patch, Mayflower, Invasive Species, and Briar Rose. Even if you do get a weaker one like Morning Glory or Vanilla, they can still serve as a decent attacker and in niche situations. Unfortunately, there is also a good chance of her extra perk of giving Strikethrough going to waste: Power Flower and Bloomerang already have the Strikethrough trait, while Sunflower, Twin Sunflower, Lil' Buddy, Umbrella Leaf, and Witch Hazel cannot utilize said trait unless their strength is boosted. Reincarnation is also an example unless you were to play her right away (which is a waste in almost all cases), as she will lose the Strikethrough trait once she transforms. And finally, Cosmic Flower can also Conjure tricks. But in any case, you have an extra card to work with, which is worth it.
Like other cosmic plants, avoid playing her when there is a Quickdraw Con Man on the field, as he will deal 1 unblockable damage to you once she Conjures a card.
Cosmic Flower is very easy to destroy due to her low health, although her Strikethrough trait gives you a bit more trouble. But beware of her Conjuring ability, as it could Conjure something detrimental to strategies like Soul Patch. Above all, do not Bounce this plant unless if she is blocking the final hit on your opponent, as they will be able to play her again and Conjure another flower.
Like other cosmic plants, the best way is to have a Quickdraw Con Man on the field to make the opponent think twice before playing her, as he will deal 1 unblockable damage to the plant hero once she Conjures a card.
- If Lily of the Valley was Conjured by Cosmic Flower and attacked, she did 2 more damage per attack than usual. However, this was only a visual error, as their actual health was reduced normally. This could result in that zombie or the zombie hero surviving with 0 health.
- This was fixed in a later update.