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Gnome Man's Land icon in the Xbox One version

Gnome Man's Land is an achievement in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. To obtain it, the player has to enter the Chamber of Gnomes, which is secretly located in the sewer in the Backyard Battleground.

Origins

Its name is a portmanteau of the phrase "no man's land" and "gnome".

Strategies

An easy way to obtain this achievement is to play the Story Quests to open new Areas in the Backyard. Each L.E.A.F. Agent room and each Top Zombie room has one hidden Golden Gnome and one Snow Globe in it. There are a total of 14 Golden Gnomes hidden around the Backyard. Once you collect around 5 gnomes, you will get a phone call from a payphone by the docks. If you answer it, a gnome will talk to you. After that, pick up the gnome bomb that has appeared by the docks and take it down to the sewers. This is used to blow up a wall. Once you go through the secret passage that the gnome bomb revealed, you can go down to the big structure and get this achievement.

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Achievements in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
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Platinum · Time to Go Outside · Star Crazy · Rinsed 'Em · Gramma Z Says... · Insanity · Catching Waves · Not the Boss of Me · It's My Island · Really Epic! · The Boss is Watching · Stomp the Yard · Just Peachy! · Simply Super · My Place or Yours · Specialist · Hawkguy · Prance vs Samba · Playdate · Who Can You Trust? · Always IMProvising · Hero to Zero · Skinchanger · VIPs Only! · You've Goat to Be Kidding Me! · Aww Shucks! · Corn Identity · My Favorite Z-Mech on the Citadel · Goat Any Last Words? · Goatmeal · Behind Enemy Vines · Gnomore! · Gnome Man's Land · Just Sprouted · On the Cob · Her Majesty · Mango Tango · Curseproof · Yuck! · The Bean Situation · Got Golden · Warp Tour · What a Trip · What's the Catch? · Lawn Care · West Indian Lilac · String Theory · King of Summer · King of Winter · King of Spring · King of Autumn · RGBY