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'''Pokra''' is a plant featured in ''[[Plants vs. Zombies 2]]'', that was first introduced in the 7.5.1 update. She is a seasonal plant, being the featured plant of Pokra's Party Season. She is a melee plant like [[Bonk Choy]], attacking zombies by poking them when they come near, slowing them in the process. As Pokra continues to attack, her attack speed will increase. After attacking at maximum attack speed for a short time, Pokra will then launch a piercing projectile similarly to [[Cactus]], with said projectile slowing all zombies it hits. After that, Pokra will rest for a couple seconds before attacking again.
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From September 9 to 26, 2019, she was available in "Pokra Early Access Bundle", which costed $14.99 and gave Pokra herself and 100 seed packets for other plants upon purchase.
   
'''Pokra''' is an upcoming plant in ''[[Plants vs. Zombies 2]]'', first inroduced in the 7.5.1 update. It is a seasonal plant, being the featured plant of Pokra's Party Season. She is a melee plant like [[Bonk Choy]], attacking zombies by poking them when they come near, slowing them in the process. As Pokra continues to attack, her attack speed will increase. After attacking at maximum attack speed for a short time, Pokra will then launch a piercing projectile similarly to [[Cactus]], with said projectile slowing all zombies it hits. After that, Pokra will rest for a couple seconds before attacking again.
 
 
==Origins==
 
==Origins==
[[File:1280px-Hong_Kong_Okra_Aug_25_2012.jpg|left|thumb|150px|Example of Abelmoschus esculentus, the real-life plant that Pokra is based on]]
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Pokra is based on [[Wikipedia:Okra|Abelmoschus esculentus]], otherwise known as okra or lady's fingers.
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Pokra is based on the [[Wikipedia:Okra|okra]] (''Abelmoschus esculentus''), also known as lady's fingers (which contributes to her appearance), a flowering plant in the [[wikipedia:Malvaceae|mallow]] family.
   
Pokra's name is a portmanteau of okra, the plant it is based on, and poke, the method Pokra uses to attack zombies.
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Pokra's name is a portmanteau of "''okra''", the plant she is based on, and "''poke''", the method Pokra uses to attack zombies.
   
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==Almanac entry==
 
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==Upgrades==
 
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==Strategies==
 
==Strategies==
As a close-range plant Pokra needs to be planted in front lines of defense. [[Wall-nut]] or any other defensive plant is suggested to be use with her. Her slowing effect can be used with fire based plants such as [[Pepper-pult]].
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Generally speaking, Pokra is a very powerful plant and she makes an excellent choice in most Endless Zones with/without support from other plants. Compared to other close-range melee plants such as [[Bonk Choy]], [[Wasabi Whip]], and [[Parsnip]], she is easily the most self-sufficient one available because she has the ability to pierce all [[zombies]] in her range unlike the others. Not only is Pokra's DPS unprecedented, especially when compared to other melee plants (a level 1 Pokra can single-handedly defeat infinite [[Buckethead Zombie]]s in her lane, with two or three Pokras in a lane being capable of handling [[Gargantuar]]s), but the slow she provides is also useful in both stalling out zombies as well as keeping herself alive. Thanks to her relatively low sun cost and quick recharge, Pokra is extremely easy to spam, and can easily hold of hordes of zombies all by itself, with little difficulty. Pokra is self-sufficient enough that using a [[Wall-nut]] isn't required, as Pokra generally kills most zombies before they reach her, let alone the Wall-nut. Pokra synergizes quite well with [[Blastberry Vine]] and [[Pyre Vine]], as the extra defences and attacks that Blastberry Vine and [[Pyre Vine]] provide do not take up any extra space ahead of Pokra. [[Pyre Vine]] is especially useful with Pokra as its fire does not interfere with the slowing effect Pokra possesses. 
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Because of Pokra's high DPS, she also makes for a good choice at dealing with octopuses from the [[Octo Zombie]], as just one of her attack cycles can break through an entire octopus. Pokra is also exceptionally good at levels where the player can't spend more than a certain amount of sun since she is cost-effective.
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As Pokra's slow is the same effect as [[Stallia]]'s, Pokra synergizes excellently with both fire-based plants such as [[Pepper-pult]] and [[Fire Peashooter]], as well as ice-based plants such as [[Winter Melon]], easily fitting into any strategy.
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Pokra herself is not invincible, however. Like most other close-ranged plants, she cannot deal with being attacked from range, and thus zombies such as the [[Wizard Zombie]] (and to a lesser extent the [[Octo Zombie]] and [[Hunter Zombie]], as their attacks can be dealt with by other Pokra), the [[Jester Zombie]] while he's reflecting projectiles, the [[Turquoise Skull Zombie]] if Pokra is placed out of range, and the [[Boombox Zombie]] can disable all Pokra and prevent them from attacking. Pokra is a great pick against [[Chicken Wrangler Zombie]]s or [[Weasel Hoarder]]s, as the critters they release can quickly be dealt with because of how fast Pokra attacks. Beware though, however, while Pokra is resting between attacks, as the chickens or weasels can quickly overwhelm her. [[Pumpkin]] can be planted on Pokra because it doesn't take extra space ahead of Pokra and adds an additional layer of armour. Pokra is also weak to zombies that sneak up behind her, either through [[Dinosaur#Pterodactyl|Pterodactyls]], or [[Prospector Zombie]]s. [[Dinosaur]]s can often move the zombies right on top of or behind Pokra, thus preventing her from spacing herself against the incoming zombie horde. Pokra is an excellent choice against [[Mecha-Football Zombie]]s or [[Fisherman Zombie]]s (unless placed out of range) as Pokra can deal with them before they even touch her.
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Pokra also makes a great option to deal with [[Imp Porter]] and [[Arcade Zombie]], since the zombies that come out of the [[tent]]s and [[Arcade machine|arcade machines]] are only Buckethead, Conehead and normal Zombies, and Pokra can also pierce many zombies, handle an infinite amount of Buckethead Zombies, as well as easily destroy the tent that Imp Porter drops on the [[Gold Tile]]s, or the [[Arcade machine|arcade machine]] that Arcade Zombie pushes.
   
 
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Pokra Seed Packet Image.png|Pokra's seed packet texture
 
Pokra Premium Seed Packet.png|Seed packet without sun tag
 
PokraSeedPacket.png|Seed packet in game
 
ImitaterPokra.png|[[Imitater]] seed packet
 
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Pokralmanacentryp1.jpeg.jpg|Almanac entry part 1
 
Pokraalmanacentryp2.jpeg.jpg|Almanac entry part 2
 
PlantedPokra.png|Pokra in game
 
PokraAlmostPoke.png|Pokra attacking
 
PokraAlmostPoke2.png|Pokra attacking
 
PokraPoke.png|Pokra attacking
 
PokraProjectileLaunch.png|Launching the projectile
 
PokraPF.png|Pokra's [[Plant Food]] projectile after being launched
 
Pokra_BBV.png|Pokra in [[Blastberry Vine]]
 
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Pokra is a plant featured in Plants vs. Zombies 2, that was first introduced in the 7.5.1 update. She is a seasonal plant, being the featured plant of Pokra's Party Season. She is a melee plant like Bonk Choy, attacking zombies by poking them when they come near, slowing them in the process. As Pokra continues to attack, her attack speed will increase. After attacking at maximum attack speed for a short time, Pokra will then launch a piercing projectile similarly to Cactus, with said projectile slowing all zombies it hits. After that, Pokra will rest for a couple seconds before attacking again.

From September 9 to 26, 2019, she was available in "Pokra Early Access Bundle", which costed $14.99 and gave Pokra herself and 100 seed packets for other plants upon purchase.

Origins

1280px-Hong Kong Okra Aug 25 2012

Pokra is based on the okra (Abelmoschus esculentus), also known as lady's fingers (which contributes to her appearance), a flowering plant in the mallow family.

Pokra's name is a portmanteau of "okra", the plant she is based on, and "poke", the method Pokra uses to attack zombies.


Almanac entry

Note: The stats shown below only apply to Level 1.

Pokra

SUN COST: 175
RECHARGE: 7

TOUGHNESS: 300
DAMAGE: 60

PLANT FOOD POWER: Damage
FAMILY: Spear-mint

Pokras deliver piercing, zombie-slowing jabs that speed up to a crescendo and a powerful spike launch, then they rest momentarily before starting again.

Pokra's scrappy, she's a fighter, she's not afraid to jab below the belt to get job done. She won't, because that would be cheating, but she's not afraid to. "Just so we're clear," she says with a resolute glint in her eye.


Upgrades

Plant Food effect

When fed Plant Food, Pokra will launch three projectiles that do 500 DPS and also slow zombies down for ten seconds.

Spear-mint effect

When boosted by Spear-mint, Pokra's melee attacks do an additional 240 DPS, her main projectile will do an additional 600 DPS, her Plant Food projectile will do an additional 1400 DPS, she will shoot six projectiles regardless of what level she's at, and all of her attacks will slow down zombies permanently.

Level upgrades

Level Seed Packets Coins Upgrades
Sun Cost Recharge
(Mediocre)
Starting
Recharge
Toughness
(Typical)
Damage* (Heavy) Slow Duration PF Projectile
Count
Melee Projectile** Plant Food Projectile** Plant Food
1 0 0 175 7 seconds 7 seconds 300 dps 60 dps 150 dps 500 dps 3 10 3
2 50 6.5 seconds 6.5 seconds 350 dps 80 dps 200 dps 600 dps 11
3 100 6 seconds 6 seconds 400 dps 100 dps 250 dps 700 dps 4 12
4 200 150 5.5 seconds 5.5 seconds 450 dps 120 dps 300 dps 800 dps 13 4
5 300 5 seconds 5 seconds 500 dps 140 dps 350 dps 900 dps 14
6 400 4.5 seconds 4.5 seconds 550 dps 160 dps 400 dps 1000 dps 5 15
7 500 125 4 seconds 4 seconds 600 dps 180 dps 450 dps 1100 dps 16 5
8 600 3.5 seconds 3.5 seconds 650 dps 200 dps 500 dps 1200 dps 17
9 800 3 seconds 3 seconds 700 dps 220 dps 550 dps 1300 dps 18
10 1,000 100 2.5 seconds 2.5 seconds 750 dps 240 dps 600 dps 1400 dps 6 19 6

*Per hit.
**After attacking at maximum attack speed for a short time, Pokra will then launch a piercing projectile that slows all zombies it hits.

Strategies

Generally speaking, Pokra is a very powerful plant and she makes an excellent choice in most Endless Zones with/without support from other plants. Compared to other close-range melee plants such as Bonk Choy, Wasabi Whip, and Parsnip, she is easily the most self-sufficient one available because she has the ability to pierce all zombies in her range unlike the others. Not only is Pokra's DPS unprecedented, especially when compared to other melee plants (a level 1 Pokra can single-handedly defeat infinite Buckethead Zombies in her lane, with two or three Pokras in a lane being capable of handling Gargantuars), but the slow she provides is also useful in both stalling out zombies as well as keeping herself alive. Thanks to her relatively low sun cost and quick recharge, Pokra is extremely easy to spam, and can easily hold of hordes of zombies all by itself, with little difficulty. Pokra is self-sufficient enough that using a Wall-nut isn't required, as Pokra generally kills most zombies before they reach her, let alone the Wall-nut. Pokra synergizes quite well with Blastberry Vine and Pyre Vine, as the extra defences and attacks that Blastberry Vine and Pyre Vine provide do not take up any extra space ahead of Pokra. Pyre Vine is especially useful with Pokra as its fire does not interfere with the slowing effect Pokra possesses. 

Because of Pokra's high DPS, she also makes for a good choice at dealing with octopuses from the Octo Zombie, as just one of her attack cycles can break through an entire octopus. Pokra is also exceptionally good at levels where the player can't spend more than a certain amount of sun since she is cost-effective.

As Pokra's slow is the same effect as Stallia's, Pokra synergizes excellently with both fire-based plants such as Pepper-pult and Fire Peashooter, as well as ice-based plants such as Winter Melon, easily fitting into any strategy.

Pokra herself is not invincible, however. Like most other close-ranged plants, she cannot deal with being attacked from range, and thus zombies such as the Wizard Zombie (and to a lesser extent the Octo Zombie and Hunter Zombie, as their attacks can be dealt with by other Pokra), the Jester Zombie while he's reflecting projectiles, the Turquoise Skull Zombie if Pokra is placed out of range, and the Boombox Zombie can disable all Pokra and prevent them from attacking. Pokra is a great pick against Chicken Wrangler Zombies or Weasel Hoarders, as the critters they release can quickly be dealt with because of how fast Pokra attacks. Beware though, however, while Pokra is resting between attacks, as the chickens or weasels can quickly overwhelm her. Pumpkin can be planted on Pokra because it doesn't take extra space ahead of Pokra and adds an additional layer of armour. Pokra is also weak to zombies that sneak up behind her, either through Pterodactyls, or Prospector Zombies. Dinosaurs can often move the zombies right on top of or behind Pokra, thus preventing her from spacing herself against the incoming zombie horde. Pokra is an excellent choice against Mecha-Football Zombies or Fisherman Zombies (unless placed out of range) as Pokra can deal with them before they even touch her.

Pokra also makes a great option to deal with Imp Porter and Arcade Zombie, since the zombies that come out of the tents and arcade machines are only Buckethead, Conehead and normal Zombies, and Pokra can also pierce many zombies, handle an infinite amount of Buckethead Zombies, as well as easily destroy the tent that Imp Porter drops on the Gold Tiles, or the arcade machine that Arcade Zombie pushes.

Gallery

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