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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.

Hocus Crocus

An upcoming plant found in the code for Plants vs. Zombies 2. Hocus Crocus is able to teleport leftmost zombies back o the beginning of the lawn in a similar manner to Thyme Warp, each teleportation also damages zombies.

Short description

Magics close zombies back

Almanac Entry

Hocus Crocuses use slick sleight-of-petal chicanery to magic zombies close to your home all the way back to the rightmost part of the lawn.

Special: each teleportation also does damage

"Observe," says Hocus Crocus. "Have I anything up my sleeve? Do I even have sleeves? No? Prepare, then, to have your quaint and old-fashioned notions of spatial location SHATTERED FOREVER!!!"

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Stickybomb Rice

An upcoming plant found in the code for Plants vs. Zombies 2. Stickybomb Rice is able to lob clumps of explosive rice both in front of and behind her. This explosive rice detonates on a time, and can be stacked up to three times. Explosions from these sticky bombs can chain and detonate other sticky bombs.

Short description

Lobs sticky bombs

Almanac Entry

Stickybomb Rice lobs sticky rice bombs with timers at zombies.

Special: exploding sticky bombs trigger other sticky bombs

Stickybomb Rice has extreme confidence in bombs, rice, and the abstract concept of stickiness. She's published scholarly articles about all three.

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