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  • So what's your usually working strategy to progress through this challenge?

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    • Winter in the leftest. 2 columns (or row, I don't know how to say it LOL) of Twin, fill with Melon-pult in the rest.

      I guess you need to bring Twin, Winter, Melon-pult, Grave Buster, Potato, Iceberg, and Wall-Nut =P

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    • Book19517 wrote:
      Winter in the leftest. 2 columns (or row, I don't know how to say it LOL) of Twin, fill with Melon-pult in the rest.

      I guess you need to bring Twin, Winter, Melon-pult, Grave Buster, Potato, Iceberg, and Wall-Nut =P

      What if there are very little graves and no tomb raiser zombies?

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    • Iamarepeater wrote:
      Book19517 wrote:
      Winter in the leftest. 2 columns (or row, I don't know how to say it LOL) of Twin, fill with Melon-pult in the rest.

      I guess you need to bring Twin, Winter, Melon-pult, Grave Buster, Potato, Iceberg, and Wall-Nut =P

      What if there are very little graves and no tomb raiser zombies?


      You might replace Grave Buster with Chili Bean I guess =P

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    • I once reach L40 and died there ( because 3 garbages, Split Pea, Spring Bean and Lightning Reed came and I lose because I can't plant enough twin and waste a seed slot for regular sunflower ). Plants you need to survive in later waves ( 25+ I guess ): Winter Melon/Melon-Pult/Both, Grave Buster, Potato Mine, Twin Sunflower, Spikerock and maybe Tall-nut or Cherry Bomb. You don't actually need iceberg since winter melon can extinguish flames. Spikerock+Tall-nut for big weak waves. Also, whenever there are 4 cards left, don't choose the 200+ sun, since you can't know when the unlucky time that the sun won't come. So you should ensure that you will always get the additional sun after that.

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    • Okay, well you should always take every plant card before going for sun cards, that way you won't end up with three plant cards at high levels. Also, Lightning Reed isn't garbage.

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    • Pyramid of doom 20 MS
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    • Well, I have pea pods in the 2nd and 3rd row, torchwood in the 4th row, wallnuts in 5th row, and rest are spikerocks.

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    • Milesprower2 wrote:
      Also, Lightning Reed isn't garbage.

      Compared to other plants and the level: Ancient Egypt, it is less likely to use and now even more due to split pea's use in taking the imp down.

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    • Lightning Reed helped me reach level 54 in Dead Man's Booty, and it's just as good in Pyramid of Doom. Trust me.

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    • Moon Snail wrote:
      Pyramid of doom 20 MS

      What if Gagartuars appears?

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    • Cavia porcellus wrote:
      I forgot to mention: for those who have Power Lily, you can replenish your PF that way. Generally, you can't rely on zombies for PF after level 20, especially with the new update which seems to decrease its frequency. Usually I get 1 or 2 after a level, once I got 3, but sometimes none. Don't be afraid to spend some coins, you can win them back easily with Canons Away.

      Also, during the battle I never use PF, even with Gargs (so far, at least). Use it only when you really need it.

      You could have added that to your previous comment. Just saying.

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    • Power lily is needed now, yes

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    • Moon Snail wrote:
      Pyramid of doom 20 MS

      Gargs.

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    • That strategy was before the update. 

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    • Which level are you at Moon snail?

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    • I forgot.

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    • Did you check?

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    • RepeaterwithTorchwood wrote:
      Moon Snail wrote:
      Pyramid of doom 20 MS
      Gargs.

      Is That The Costumes Of Wall-Nuts?!?! or The halloween one .3.

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    • DeadpanSky21 wrote:
      RepeaterwithTorchwood wrote:
      Moon Snail wrote:
      Pyramid of doom 20 MS
      Gargs.
      Is That The Costumes Of Wall-Nuts?!?! or The halloween one .3.

      halloween one

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    • I don't have a screenshot, but I do have a good strategy for levels without Garganuars but absolutely loaded with Pharaohs. Potato Mines early on, Gravebusters and boosted Bonk Choys to clear the field, and the rest was Twin Sunflowers, Magnifying Grass and Spikeweed, with occasional Iceberg Lettuce and Plant Food. But as a warning, NEVER combine Magnifying Grass with Winter Melon. I lost two mowers to that.

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    • That's interesting, as in TfT Winter Melon + Magnifying Grass is a good combo.

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    • Why not an army of winter melons. Let's say two colclumns of winter melons. Nothing can survive the onslaught.

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    • To my good strategy required this plants: Twin Sunflower, Winter Melon, Melon-pult, Grave Buster, Potato Mine, Chili Bean and Tile Turnip.

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    • Iamarepeater wrote: Why not an army of winter melons. Let's say two colclumns of winter melons. Nothing can survive the onslaught.

      Against the old Pyramid, yes. But now, with the addition of Gargantuars you can't solve every level with that. You need to be more strategical when dealing with Gargantuars, not go all "Lol Winter Melons and Spikerocks."

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    • Maybe Rfm878 vs zombies has the answer.

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    • Iamarepeater, a column of Winters and three columns of Melons can barely kill Gargs with Cherry Bomb support. Also it's Rfm767 not 878.

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    • Sorry, I forgot how to spell his name. :(

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    • Here's my way:

      Twin Sunflowers on Second, third, and, fourth columns for super fast sun prod. Winter Melons go at the hindmost. Followed by that I replace the second and fourth columns with Winter Melon, Melon-pult, or any kind of plant I wish to place to fill out everything. Cherry Bomb support is also good but I only bring it sometimes.

      Another one is, I use the no Winter Melon strategy, where-in I use Melon-pults only and any other powerful plants to battle out endless horde. The result is, still victory and no losses for lawn mowers. I haven't done this to Gargs yet.

      Something like this for no Winter Melon strategy guide:

      Seed pack 1:

      Melon-pult, Twin Sunflower, Grave Buster, Pea Pod, Chili Bean, Potato Mine, and Tall-nut

      Seed pack 2:

      Melon-pult, Twin Sunflower, Coconut Cannon, Potato Mine, Chili Bean, Spikerock, and Tall-nut

      Seed pack 3:

      Melon-Pult, Bonk Choy, Twin Sunflower, Spikerock, Tall-nut, Threepeater, and Pea Pod

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    • I used Twin SunflowersGrave BustersInfi-nutSpikerock, SnapdragonHoming Thistle (PREMIUM) and Cherry Bomb. And also dont mind my grammar. I am a Filipino.

      Twin Sunflowers are great at producing sun, and when you need sun, they are the ultimate hero. I really recommend this. I planted THREE columns of these.

      Grave Busters are a bit useful when your sun is not enough to destroy the grave (Cherry Bombs). You could also use this for Tomb Raiser Zombie, when numerous numbers came.

      Infi-nut? Their Plant Foods are extremely useful. They can reduce the burning of the Explorer Zombie, and can take a lot of time to destroy. One is only recommended.

      Spikerocks are the main plant for me, even with Gargantuars. They reduce numbers of Camel Zombies. They can kill Tomb Raiser Zombies faster. They can reduce numbers of Explorer Zombies. They can damage high numbers of  Pharaoh Zombies. And when the Gargantuar came,they can also damage it! In fact I planted, FOUR columns of them.

      Snapdragons are great also. No need to explain. I only planted 9 of them, as they are planted with Infi-nut

      Now what I really need to explain is the Homing Thistle. When you have enough sun and you have planted three columns before he can be planted, DIG the Twin Sunflower and plant THIS. And repeat. And repeat. And once again, repeat. It will be the defense to the Sandstorms that are away to Spikeweeds and Snapdragons. And its Plant Food effect was brilliant, as they can damage all tombstones.

      Cherry Bomb? Meh. Only for emergencies and tombstone wreckage.

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    • Johnlemuelgdelacruz123 wrote:
      I used Twin SunflowersGrave BustersInfi-nutSpikerock, SnapdragonHoming Thistle (PREMIUM) and Cherry Bomb. And also dont mind my grammar. I am a Filipino.

      Twin Sunflowers are great at producing sun, and when you need sun, they are the ultimate hero. I really recommend this. I planted THREE columns of these.

      Grave Busters are a bit useful when your sun is not enough to destroy the grave (Cherry Bombs). You could also use this for Tomb Raiser Zombie, when numerous numbers came.

      Infi-nut? Their Plant Foods are extremely useful. They can reduce the burning of the Explorer Zombie, and can take a lot of time to destroy. One is only recommended.

      Spikerocks are the main plant for me, even with Gargantuars. They reduce numbers of Camel Zombies. They can kill Tomb Raiser Zombies faster. They can reduce numbers of Explorer Zombies. They can damage high numbers of  Pharaoh Zombies. And when the Gargantuar came,they can also damage it! In fact I planted, FOUR columns of them.

      Snapdragons are great also. No need to explain. I only planted 9 of them, as they are planted with Infi-nut

      Now what I really need to explain is the Homing Thistle. When you have enough sun and you have planted three columns before he can be planted, DIG the Twin Sunflower and plant THIS. And repeat. And repeat. And once again, repeat. It will be the defense to the Sandstorms that are away to Spikeweeds and Snapdragons. And its Plant Food effect was brilliant, as they can damage all tombstones.

      Cherry Bomb? Meh. Only for emergencies and tombstone wreckage.

      Oh god, why did you have to necrobump?

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    • The Zombie O.O wrote:
      Johnlemuelgdelacruz123 wrote:
      I used Twin SunflowersGrave BustersInfi-nutSpikerock, SnapdragonHoming Thistle (PREMIUM) and Cherry Bomb. And also dont mind my grammar. I am a Filipino.

      Twin Sunflowers are great at producing sun, and when you need sun, they are the ultimate hero. I really recommend this. I planted THREE columns of these.

      Grave Busters are a bit useful when your sun is not enough to destroy the grave (Cherry Bombs). You could also use this for Tomb Raiser Zombie, when numerous numbers came.

      Infi-nut? Their Plant Foods are extremely useful. They can reduce the burning of the Explorer Zombie, and can take a lot of time to destroy. One is only recommended.

      Spikerocks are the main plant for me, even with Gargantuars. They reduce numbers of Camel Zombies. They can kill Tomb Raiser Zombies faster. They can reduce numbers of Explorer Zombies. They can damage high numbers of  Pharaoh Zombies. And when the Gargantuar came,they can also damage it! In fact I planted, FOUR columns of them.

      Snapdragons are great also. No need to explain. I only planted 9 of them, as they are planted with Infi-nut

      Now what I really need to explain is the Homing Thistle. When you have enough sun and you have planted three columns before he can be planted, DIG the Twin Sunflower and plant THIS. And repeat. And repeat. And once again, repeat. It will be the defense to the Sandstorms that are away to Spikeweeds and Snapdragons. And its Plant Food effect was brilliant, as they can damage all tombstones.

      Cherry Bomb? Meh. Only for emergencies and tombstone wreckage.

      Oh god, why did you have to necrobump?

      I did not necrobump!

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    • You don't understand what necrobumping is. Necrobumping is bumping/posting on something that no one has posted on for over a month. That's what you did.

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    • P. Oh. I thought it was about a saying when you are inactive for a long time. :P Nevermind.
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    • Use Potato Mine or Primal Potato Mine in the beginning and after you have 800+ suns, plant Winter Melons on the second column and then Primal Peashooter on the 3rd column. Plant Primal Wall-Nuts on the 4th column if necessary.

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    • What I do is that I would place Sunflowers in the 4th column and place A.K.E.Es behind them.The seeds can destroy the graves.

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    • ...This thread is 3 years old...

      Anyway, a strategy I call DuskSnapNut (Dusk Lobber, Cold Snapdragon, Explode-o-Nut) completely decimates the endless zones in general. Aside from Greatest Hits, where HMG can destroy the nuts from a far ways away, and Arthur's Challenge, where Jester Zombies make Dusk Lobbers useless. It might also work in La (Great) Brainsa Tarpits, but you'll need cacti for that.

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