Typical Beanstalk is a triassic uncommon plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Mega-Grow class. It costs 5 to play, and has 4/4. It does not have any traits, and its ability draws a card when it is played on a lane adjacent to a leafy plant, but not when a leafy plant with the Team-Up trait is on its lane.
It is based on the plant in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes with a similar appearance.
Its name is a combination of "typical," referring to its description, and "beanstalk," the real-life plant part it is based on.
- Class: Mega-Grow
- Tribes: Leafy Bean Plant
- Traits: None
- Ability: When played next to a Leafy Plant: Draw a card.
- Set - Rarity: Triassic - Uncommon
"Everyone's magic in their own special way. Everyone except me."
- Added to the game.
To put it bluntly, there is absolutely no reason to recommend this card for competitive play. Its stats, while high, are underwhelming for its cost, it has a situational ability, and frankly, is outdone by other plants. The card draw may assist in activating Dino-Roar abilities, but there are other cards that can do this better, such as Flourish, Bamboozle, and Moonbean. Typical Beanstalk's ability only activates with a tribe with nearly no synergy, whereas the aforementioned cards such as Bamboozle have far more lenient requirements. Other 5-cost plants such as Aloesaurus, Template:PvZHLink, Bird of Paradise, Whipvine, and even Smoosh-Shroom can do anything this can better. While Typical Beanstalk does have different tribe synergies, there are better beans and leafy plants to synergize with the synergy cards.
Typical Beanstalk's raw stats are sufficient enough to bring a few zombies down, so you should play cards like Rocket Science if one shows up on the field. As for its ability, try to destroy any leafy plants on the field, because it gives the plant hero a card, allowing Dino-Roar cards to cause more trouble. Other than that, this shouldn't be too hard to bring down.
- It reuses Magic Beanstalk's textures from before the Colossal Fossils update.