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[[File:GissyPark.jpg|thumb|150px|Giddy Park]] '''Giddy Park '''is a region between Dave Manor and Zomboss HQ in Plants vs. Zombies Battle for Neighborville, serving as a hub location similar to [[Backyard Battleground]] from [[Garden Warfare 2]].
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[[File:GissyPark.jpg|thumb|150px|Giddy Park]] '''Giddy Park ''' is a region between Dave Manor and Zomboss HQ in Plants vs. Zombies Battle for Neighborville, serving as a hub location similar to [[Backyard Battleground]] from [[Garden Warfare 2]].
   
According to the map of [[Neighborville]], it is located in between Dave Manor and Zomboss HQ.
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==Description==
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''Come on down to Giddy Park! We got rides, booths, and water features/bathrooms! Located between Dave Manor and that zombie HQ-we-shall-not-name, Giddy Park is a place to go nuts with your friends without a care in the Neighborville.''
==The Gnome Puzzle==
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==Activities==
The first step to solving this secret gnome puzzle is to find a series of stone slabs on the ground in Giddy Park. Each tile will have a symbol on it, such as a shovel or boot. To activate the stone platforms, you must stand on top of the platform and perform a gesture by pressing down on the D-pad and scrolling over to the gestures tab. 
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Activities are events that occur at random intervals on Giddy Park. There are currently five activities: treasure chest, bounty, riding amusement rides for coins, trolley target shooting, and Gnome Gnight. Activities cycle at random intervals between 10-15 minutes after completion.
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===Treasure chest===
After you have activated all six stone slabs in Giddy Park, you can now head over to the mysterious gnome door to attempt to open it. The gnome door is found on the right side of the park if you're coming from the plant spawn. The entrance is on the upper floor above the arcade.
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This activity requires the players to find a hidden treasure chest in the park. If none of the players can find the chest within 90 seconds, the game will highlight the location of the chest. The contents of the chest is randomized and has the following stats:
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*For public Giddy Park lobbies:
The player has to say "Gnomes" to open it.  Then a blue circle will appear. The player should walk into the ring, and they will be teleported to an area.
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**55% chance to receive low amount of coins
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**30% chance to receive moderate amount of coins
Inside the area, the player will find three chests; two of them reward 30,000 coins each, while the third one is locked.[[File:Chests.jpg|thumb|The locked and unlocked chests]]
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**14% chance to receive high amount of coins
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**1% chance to receive low amount of prize bulbs
The third chest contains a Night Cap Costume and can be unlocked by solving a puzzle in the following sequence: shovel, fence, flamingo, flowerpot, glove, rake, and boot.
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**0% chance to receive moderate amount of prize bulbs
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**0% chance to receive high amount of prize bulbs
Then the puzzle will be solved, and you can open the chest.
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*For private Giddy Park lobbies:
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**55% chance to receive low amount of coins
Please note that some information is from [https://www.guidestash.com/guide/plants-vs-zombies-battle-for-neighborville/how-to-solve-the-secret-gnome-puzzle-in-giddy-park-pvz-battle-for-neighborville/ this article].
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**30% chance to receive moderate amount of coins
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**15% chance to receive high amount of coins
==Gnome Gnight mini-boss==
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**0% chance to receive low amount of prize bulbs
There is a rare chance that Giddy Park will have a server-wide event (both public and private hubs), informing players to "hunt the invisible gnome." Its spawn location is marked in green, but upon interacting with it, an invisible shooty gnome will spawn nearby, prompting players to locate it via sound cues. Upon being revealed and defeated, a Gnome Gnight champion boss will spawn, functioning similar to Sir Biff, Baff, and Boff's boss, albeit without a stage gimmick. Both Plant and Zombie players can battle him, but keep in mind that they'll still be able to damage each other while fighting the Gnome Gnight.
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**0% chance to receive moderate amount of prize bulbs
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**0% chance to receive high amount of prize bulbs
When the Gnome Gnight is defeated, 3 Prize Bulbs will be rewarded to the players who've attacked the Gnome Gnight.
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===Bounty===
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This activity begins with the player having to kill either a player from the opposing team or an AI enemy that will spawn when the activity starts. Those who manage to score a kill will then need to accept the bounty offer within a 3-minute time limit. Afterwards, they need to defend themselves while the other players or AI enemies attack you and score 20 kills within 7 minutes to escape their bounty. If the bounty target manages to kill 20 enemies, the bounty event ends and 5,000 coins will be awarded to the bounty player. However, if the other players manage to kill the bounty target, they will receive the coins instead.
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===Riding amusement rides for coins===
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This activity involves riding the "Cheerful-Go-Circles" merry-go-round, "Wilbur's Wonder Wheel" Ferris wheel, "Lookie-Loo Lookout," or gondola to get coins. If no players are inside the amusement ride within three minutes, the activity will end.
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===Trolley target shooting===
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This activity requires the player to activate the Folley Trolley and shoot the golden targets while on it.
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====Bug====
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There is a bug with this activity which is more noticeable in public Giddy Park lobbies where sometimes the activity will not cycle and become stuck at this one. It is unknown what causes this, and playing on a private lobby appears to be the only workaround.
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===Gnome Gnight===
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This is an activity introduced in the [[Luck O' the Zombie]] festival which requires the players to reach an area that is highlighted in green. Upon approaching it, an invisible gnome will spawn and the players will need to find it either by sound cues and shoot the gnome or by firing homing weapons immediately after a dirt effect spawns nearby. This will reveal the invisible gnome. After it is defeated, a Gnome Gnight will spawn and the players will have to defeat it to complete the activity. Those who attacked it will be awarded 3 prize bulbs upon completion.
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====Bug====
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There is a bug with this activity in which the prize bulbs awarded after completing this activity will bypass the normal 50 prize bulb limit. A good way to farm for prize bulbs in this manner is to play privately and reset Giddy Park after completion and wait until another Gnome Gnight activity starts. If anything other than Gnome Gnight starts up instead, reset Giddy Park until you get it. This strategy can give you 50 prize bulbs in around 6 hours, which can be useful if you already have 50 prize bulbs and want to increase it further.
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==Gnome puzzle==
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Gnome puzzle is a mini-game in Giddy Park. To begin, the player needs to activate six stones scattered across the park area by performing a gesture while standing on them. Then, proceed to the gnome door above the Phuture Zone arcade and react with "Gnomes." The door will open and the player can approach the blue ring to teleport to the hidden area.
   
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There is a chest near the spawn point where you can collect a victory slab when you open it. Proceed further into this area and there will be three chests with the one in the center being locked and a rotating puzzle that can be solved in order to unlock the chest. The following sequence should be used to complete the puzzle: shovel, fence, flamingo, flower pot, glove, rake, and boot. This puzzle is randomized on every Giddy Park load, so there is no static solution to complete it. Upon completion, the player can open the middle chest and collect the Gnomish Spot-Shroom costume for the Night Cap.
 
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Giddy Park

Giddy Park is a region between Dave Manor and Zomboss HQ in Plants vs. Zombies Battle for Neighborville, serving as a hub location similar to Backyard Battleground from Garden Warfare 2.

Description

Come on down to Giddy Park! We got rides, booths, and water features/bathrooms! Located between Dave Manor and that zombie HQ-we-shall-not-name, Giddy Park is a place to go nuts with your friends without a care in the Neighborville.

Activities

Activities are events that occur at random intervals on Giddy Park. There are currently five activities: treasure chest, bounty, riding amusement rides for coins, trolley target shooting, and Gnome Gnight. Activities cycle at random intervals between 10-15 minutes after completion.

Treasure chest

This activity requires the players to find a hidden treasure chest in the park. If none of the players can find the chest within 90 seconds, the game will highlight the location of the chest. The contents of the chest is randomized and has the following stats:

  • For public Giddy Park lobbies:
    • 55% chance to receive low amount of coins
    • 30% chance to receive moderate amount of coins
    • 14% chance to receive high amount of coins
    • 1% chance to receive low amount of prize bulbs
    • 0% chance to receive moderate amount of prize bulbs
    • 0% chance to receive high amount of prize bulbs
  • For private Giddy Park lobbies:
    • 55% chance to receive low amount of coins
    • 30% chance to receive moderate amount of coins
    • 15% chance to receive high amount of coins
    • 0% chance to receive low amount of prize bulbs
    • 0% chance to receive moderate amount of prize bulbs
    • 0% chance to receive high amount of prize bulbs

Bounty

This activity begins with the player having to kill either a player from the opposing team or an AI enemy that will spawn when the activity starts. Those who manage to score a kill will then need to accept the bounty offer within a 3-minute time limit. Afterwards, they need to defend themselves while the other players or AI enemies attack you and score 20 kills within 7 minutes to escape their bounty. If the bounty target manages to kill 20 enemies, the bounty event ends and 5,000 coins will be awarded to the bounty player. However, if the other players manage to kill the bounty target, they will receive the coins instead.

Riding amusement rides for coins

This activity involves riding the "Cheerful-Go-Circles" merry-go-round, "Wilbur's Wonder Wheel" Ferris wheel, "Lookie-Loo Lookout," or gondola to get coins. If no players are inside the amusement ride within three minutes, the activity will end.

Trolley target shooting

This activity requires the player to activate the Folley Trolley and shoot the golden targets while on it.

Bug

There is a bug with this activity which is more noticeable in public Giddy Park lobbies where sometimes the activity will not cycle and become stuck at this one. It is unknown what causes this, and playing on a private lobby appears to be the only workaround.

Gnome Gnight

This is an activity introduced in the Luck O' the Zombie festival which requires the players to reach an area that is highlighted in green. Upon approaching it, an invisible gnome will spawn and the players will need to find it either by sound cues and shoot the gnome or by firing homing weapons immediately after a dirt effect spawns nearby. This will reveal the invisible gnome. After it is defeated, a Gnome Gnight will spawn and the players will have to defeat it to complete the activity. Those who attacked it will be awarded 3 prize bulbs upon completion.

Bug

There is a bug with this activity in which the prize bulbs awarded after completing this activity will bypass the normal 50 prize bulb limit. A good way to farm for prize bulbs in this manner is to play privately and reset Giddy Park after completion and wait until another Gnome Gnight activity starts. If anything other than Gnome Gnight starts up instead, reset Giddy Park until you get it. This strategy can give you 50 prize bulbs in around 6 hours, which can be useful if you already have 50 prize bulbs and want to increase it further.

Gnome puzzle

Gnome puzzle is a mini-game in Giddy Park. To begin, the player needs to activate six stones scattered across the park area by performing a gesture while standing on them. Then, proceed to the gnome door above the Phuture Zone arcade and react with "Gnomes." The door will open and the player can approach the blue ring to teleport to the hidden area.

There is a chest near the spawn point where you can collect a victory slab when you open it. Proceed further into this area and there will be three chests with the one in the center being locked and a rotating puzzle that can be solved in order to unlock the chest. The following sequence should be used to complete the puzzle: shovel, fence, flamingo, flower pot, glove, rake, and boot. This puzzle is randomized on every Giddy Park load, so there is no static solution to complete it. Upon completion, the player can open the middle chest and collect the Gnomish Spot-Shroom costume for the Night Cap.

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Maps
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Team Vanquish Colossal Fossil · Daisy Drive · Funderdome · Pressure Pier · Rocky Flats · Ruiny Ruins · Z-Tech Factory · Z-Tech Oozevoir
Turf Takeover Loggy Acres · Peachy District · Goopy Gully · Turning Point · Preserve Pastures · Tourist Trap Island
Battle Arena Funderdome
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Town Center Sundrop Hills · Up-Down-Uptown · Pressure Pier · The Sewers · Funderdome · Shady Garden
Mount Steep Olde Town · Rocky Flats · Steep Mines · Rock Bottom
Weirding Woods Camp Near-a-Lake · Stirring Swamp · Z-Tech Factory · The Heartwood
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