—Spikerock's Plants vs. Zombies 2 entry
- For other uses, see Spikerock (disambiguation).
Spikerock is a recurring character within the Plants vs. Zombies franchise. Like Spikeweed, he is an area-of-effect plant that attacks zombies on the ground, being ignored by most zombies. Along with this, Spikerock is able to destroy specfic zombies at the cost of themselves.
As of Plants vs. Zombies 3, Spikerock has appeared in four games.
- Main article: Spikerock (PvZ)
- Main article: Spikerock (PvZ2)
Spikerock returns in Plants vs. Zombies 2, this time as his own plant, being unlocked after beating Pirate Seas Day 18. Due to no longer being an upgrade plant, Spikerock got some considerable nerfs, costing 250 sun (25 more than his overall cost in Plants vs. Zombies) and only being able to withstand two crushes before being destroyed on the third.
He is a member of the Spear-mint family, dealing 100 more DPS when powered by one, along with being summoned during her effect and his Plant Food ability, like Spikeweed, drags all the zombies in his lane to his tile, dealing damage to them along the way.
- Main article: Spike line
Spikerock's third appearance was in the Chinese-exclusive turn-based game Plants vs. Zombies: All Stars as the second plant in the Spike line, evolving from Spikeweed and evolving into Diamond Spikeweed. He attacked by digging underground and reappearing under zombies, attacking their feet and specialized in lowering enemy defenses.
His active ability was Defensive Counterattack, which increased his own defense and let him counterattack enemies for 3 turns, dealing more if is a sled or catapult, though this didn't activate on AOE attacks while his passive ability was Caltrop, which let his normal attacks lower the defense of attacked enemies by 150 and damage their armor for two turns.
- Main article: Spikeweed (PvZ3)
Spikerock's latest appearance was in Plants vs. Zombies 3, where he appears as the Tacobility to Spikeweed. He retains his properties from Plants vs. Zombies 2, where he deals more damage, and gains additional armor.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Spikerock.
- Spikerock only appears as a Tacobility for another plant in Plants vs. Zombies 3. This trait is shared with Repeater, Winter Melon, Jugger-Nut, and Ice Queen Pea.