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For the version in Plants vs. Zombies 2, see Ghost Pepper.

Ghost Pepper was a plant in Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West. She attacked by haunting nearby zombies both in front of and behind her, dealing steady and continuous damage.


Ghost Pepper was a store bought premium plant which could be purchased with 180 gems and couldn't be imitated. She haunted zombies three tiles in front of her, and two tiles behind her, dealing continuous damage to them.

She could also randomly do a special attack, temporarily increasing her range to now attack in three lanes instead of one.


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Ghost Pepper is based on the plant with the same name and similar ability in Plants vs. Zombies 2, who in turn is also based on the Bhut jolokia, one of the most known as one of the spiciest chili peppers in the world.

Her special attack is based on her Plant vs. Zombies 2 appearance's Plant Food ability. Her almanac flavor text is also lifted directly from Plant vs. Zombies 2, albeit in Chinese.

Almanac entry

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In English:

Ghost Pepper

Scares approaching zombies, causing continuous damage
Normal Attack Range: 3 tiles in front, 2 tiles in back
Normal Attack Damage: heavy
Special Attack Range: 3 rows, 3 tiles in front, 2 tiles in back
Special Attack Damage: heavy

You might not know it looking at her, but Ghost Pepper didn't always wear that white sheet everywhere she went. She first put it on as a lark for a Halloween party one year. Everyone else had these elaborate costumes, and she thought that it would be funny to dress like a plain ol' ghost. But she fell in love with that costume. It spoke to her. She'd found her calling.

Recharge: slow



  • Despite appearing to be able to hover, she still required Lily Pads in order to be planted on water.
  • After the 3.10 update, her sound effect was changed to be identical with her Plants vs. Zombies 2 version.

See also

V · T · E
Plants (Tower defense)
Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West
Day Peashooter · Sunflower · Cherry Bomb · Wall-nut · Potato Mine · Snow Pea · Chomper · Repeater
Night Puff-shroom · Sun-shroom · Fume-shroom · Grave Buster · Hypno-shroom · Scaredy-shroom · Ice-shroom · Doom-shroom
Pool Lily Pad · Squash · Threepeater · Tangle Kelp · Jalapeno · Spikeweed · Torchwood · Tall-nut
Fog Sea-shroom · Plantern · Cactus · Blover · Split Pea · Starfruit · Pumpkin · Magnet-shroom
Roof Cabbage-pult · Flower Pot · Kernel-pult · Coffee Bean · Garlic · Umbrella Leaf · Marigold · Melon-pult
Underwater World Oxygen Algae · Sea Starfruit · Bramble Sea Grass
The Dragon's Palace Water Gun Grass
Upgrades Gatling Pea · Twin Sunflower · Gloom-shroom · Cattail · Winter Melon · Gold Magnet · Spikerock · Cob Cannon
Others Imitater · Explode-o-nut · Giant Wall-nut · Electric Anemone · Aggro Brocco · Pomegunate · Carrotillery · Oak Archer · Ghost Pepper · Laser Bean · Dandelion · Snapdragon · Bonk Choy
Hero Plants Iron Man Nut · Monkey King Peashooter · Pig Squash · Nut Wujing · Monk Flower · Nezha Peashooter
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