Pomegunate (机枪石榴; pinyin: jīqiāng shíliú) is a plant in both the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2 and in Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West. He attacks zombies by spitting pomegranate seeds at them.
Pomegunate is based on the punica granatum, also known as the pomegranate. The second part is a reference to its Plant Food ability, which is similar to a machine gun, but his normal attack is more like a scattergun.
In Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West, he was a store-bought plant which could be purchased with 120 gems and couldn't be imitated. He spat seeds at zombies in his lane these seeds dealt 20 damage per shot, but dealt more damage the closer zombies were to him. He could also randomly do a special attack, firing a barrage of seeds at the zombies in his lane.
In the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2, He is a uncommon monthly special plant. He spits multiple seeds at zombies in a 3x1 space in front of him. If you want to receive Puzzle Pieces for him, you can obtain some from your daily login reward.
Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West
Spits pomegranate seeds at zombies in front of it, with the probability of a continuous attack, spitting a large number of pomegranate seeds at zombies in front of it
Normal Attack Range: straight
Normal Attack Damage: normal
Special Attack Range: straight
Special Attack Damage: heavy
When Pomegunate went to the library to peek at the school beauty he accidentally read a book entitled "1000 Ways to Eat Pomegranates", on the title page was a quote that changed his life, "No matter how you eat it, pomegranate seeds always spit out." Then he joined the army, and became a machine gunner with oddly bad marksmanship. And then he discharged, and became a landlord who ate seeds and sunbathed every day. And then? Don't you see that guy over there who opened his mouth to spit at you?
Plants vs. Zombies 2
Sun cost: 325
Pomegunate fires the front range of zombies.
Range Details: In front of it
Plant Food effect
When fed Plant Food, Pomegunate pulls out a machine gun's barrel on top of his head and starts firing powerful seeds every second, dealing massive damage to whatever is in front of him in a 3x5 area.
He causes splash damage along with direct damage.
|Pomegunate now spits in a 3x2 pattern, similar to how Snapdragon attacks, spits more seeds, but the damage he deals decreases.|
|Pomegunate gains 50% more attack power and health (150% of initial).|
|Pomegunate spits another row further (3x3), spits more seeds, but the damage he deals decreases further.|
|Pomegunate gains another 50% more attack power and health (200% of initial).|
|Pomegunate may be boosted when planted.|
|Pomegunate gains another 50% more attack power and health (250% of initial).|
This plant is better used in groups because of the heavy damage output in multiple lanes. At level 1, you should keep this heavily defended with defensive plants such as Wall-nuts, Tall-nuts, and Infi-nut, to ensure that the Pomegunate does not get easily overwhelmed by the zombie horde due to his low range. Support him with Winter Melon, Laser Bean or Snapdragon since he cannot stand alone.
From Level 2, treat this plant like how you would use Snapdragon. He can become very powerful at level 4 since his Plant Food effect is activated upon planting. Combining this with Sunflower Singer at this level can make him even more dangerous since he has received upgrades to his damage output.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Pomegunate.
- Despite his name, he did not use a gun while attacking.
Specific to Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West
- His appearance greatly resembled that of a pomegranate-like plant that was scrapped from the original Plants vs. Zombies.
Specific to Plants vs. Zombies 2
- In advertisements, he has a scouter. However, it is never shown in-game.
- He has the same hat costume as Snowy Cotton.
- In the 1.4.0/1.4.1 update, his firing sound was added.
- He sometimes misses the zombies when he attacks.
- He also ignores any zombie above or below him if it is 1 tile away.