- Not to be confused with Imp Monk Zombie, an Imp variant found in Dark Ages.
- For other versions, see Imp (disambiguation).
Imp Monk (武僧小鬼僵尸; pinyin: Wǔ sēng xiǎoguǐ jiāngshī) is a zombie in the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2. It is first encountered in Kongfu World - Day 15. Its special ability is that it can float over obstacles which renders it invulnerable for a short time, then lands past through the player's defenses. It comes like a normal zombie and is not accompanied by Gargantuars.
武僧小鬼僵尸 (Imp Monk)
As light as a swallow, with great dodge skills.As light as a swallow, this is not exaggerated rhetoric.
Imp Monk absorbs 600 damage per shot and degrades at 300 damage per shot.
Frostbite Caves: Boss Rush
Use lobbed-shot plants or a Bamboo-shoot to damage the Imp. That way when it floats over, you will not have to bother any longer as the other plants could make short work for it. Beware though, you need to use Tall-nuts to stall them or it will cause serious damage to your backmost defenses. What's worse is Nunchaku Zombies can topple the Tall-nuts in three strikes, rendering you vulnerable to these Imps. Avoid using peashooting plants unless there are no Nunchaku Zombies or Weapon Stands blocking its way. Bonk Choy is somehow effective on the other hand. Other than that, the Monk Variant of Drinking Zombie can also be threatening as it can kill your plants with just two hits of its bottled drink so long as that and this Imp are present. Use an Iceberg Lettuce or Winter Melon to slow it down (Snow Pea if there are no Weapon Stands blocking the way). Since its ability is to become immune to damage while floating, a Heavenly Peach may also come in handy if and only if, you have no defensive plants at your disposal.
- This zombie, Imp Monk Zombie, Monk Zombie and its variants, and Torch Monk Zombie are the only zombies based on monks.
- It is one of the seven Imps that were never thrown by a Gargantuar, the others being Announcer Imp, Rocket Imp, Imp Dragon Zombie, Imp Porter, Super-Fan Imp and Carnie Imp.