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This page lists for Plants vs. Zombies 2. Please note that things change over time and that some things listed now might become scrapped later. For these reasons, the concepts page serves as an archive of past features.

Ultomato

Ultomato is an upcoming plant found in the code. He is listed as a Season 10 plant. He releases a powerful and devastating laser down the lane he is planted in, but shortly afterwards needs to recharge. Ultomatoes can be planted on each other to increase power, but costs more the more Ultomatoes there are on the field.

Origins

His name seems to be a pun on either the words "ultimate," or "ultimatum," and "tomato."

Almanac

Description: Ultomatoes charge up slowly, then fire a devastating beam down the lane that damages zombies as long as the charge lasts. Ultomatoes can be made more powerful by planting multiple Ultomatoes on the same tile.

Special: can be planted on top of itself, mutating from green to yellow to red
Usage: costs more sun the more Ultomatoes are on the board

Flavor text: Ultomato yawns as unimaginable energies build up inside his being. It's cool. He can afford to wait. He's got allllll day.

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Season 11

Blooming Heart will be changed from a money costing premium to a Seed packet unlocked premium for Arena's 11th Season

Roman

A new set of zombies with the internal name group known as "roman". It is unknown what are they going to be for.

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Trivia

  • The roman_shield zombie resembles the Camel Zombies.
  • Unlike other zombies, the basic Roman zombies do not have any type of hair.
    • This is the second basic variant to not have any hair, with the first being the Monk zombies.

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