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The '''Pea Cannon''' is a potted plant in ''[[Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare]]''. It can be found in sticker packs bought via sticker shop. It is the most common potted plant in the game. It is very similar to the [[Peashooter]], however, it shoots peas that do good damage with a splash effect. It also looks like a Peashooter but with markings under its eyes, much like the [[Gatling Pea]].
 
The '''Pea Cannon''' is a potted plant in ''[[Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare]]''. It can be found in sticker packs bought via sticker shop. It is the most common potted plant in the game. It is very similar to the [[Peashooter]], however, it shoots peas that do good damage with a splash effect. It also looks like a Peashooter but with markings under its eyes, much like the [[Gatling Pea]].
==Sticker Pack Description==
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==Description==
 
''Shoots large peas at the Zombies, causing huge amounts of splash damage. ''
 
''Shoots large peas at the Zombies, causing huge amounts of splash damage. ''
 
==Strategies==
 
==Strategies==

Revision as of 15:07, April 5, 2014

For the primary weapon, see Pea Cannon. For the similar plant in other games, see Peashooter.
PEACCARD

The Pea Cannon is a potted plant in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. It can be found in sticker packs bought via sticker shop. It is the most common potted plant in the game. It is very similar to the Peashooter, however, it shoots peas that do good damage with a splash effect. It also looks like a Peashooter but with markings under its eyes, much like the Gatling Pea.

Description

Shoots large peas at the Zombies, causing huge amounts of splash damage.

Strategies

The Pea Cannon is very weak, and is not very helpful for boss waves. However, it is good to use them near the beginning of the game, since they can live, and are good for early boss waves. Additionally, they are very common, and it will not hurt to use them a bunch of times in one game. Template:GardenWarfare Plants

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