Typical Beanstalk is a triassic uncommon plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and a member of the Mega-Grow class. It costs 3 to play and has 3/3. It does not have any traits, and its ability Conjures a leafy card when it is played on a lane adjacent to a leafy plant.
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: Conjure a Leafy card.
- Set - Rarity: Triassic - Uncommon
"Everyone's magic in their own special way. Everyone except me."
- Added to the game.
- ▲ Sun cost change: 5 → 4
- Ability change: When played next to a Leafy Plant: Draw a card. → When played next to a Leafy Plant: Conjure a Leafy card.
- ▲ Sun cost change: 4 → 3
- ▼ Strength change: 4 → 3
- ▼ Health change: 4 → 3
Typical Beanstalk is a 3-sun plant with 3/3, meaning that it has average stats. While these stats aren't bad, there are many other plants that can achieve higher stats if kept alive for only a few turns.
While its ability to Conjure a card is the more useful aspect of this plant, you have to play it next to a leafy plant to activate it. So this card isn't necessarily very good, but if you do want to use it, you have to use it in a deck that focuses a lot on leafy plants like Template:PvZHLink, Muscle Sprout, and Savage Spinach, because otherwise, there isn't much use to this. But even with its ability, there are better ways to draw or Conjure cards. If you want to activate Dino-Roar abilities, the Mega-Grow class has plenty of better cards that can do so.
So overall, Typical Beanstalk isn't really recommended in any deck from the start (unless you lack any better cards) because it solely relies on very limited synergy, and from a competitive standpoint, leafy synergy is normally not where you look to draw cards. Several cards in other classes have better utility than Typical Beanstalk like Sportacus and Pumpkin Shell, and can serve as alternatives even in a leafy deck.
Typical Beanstalk doesn't have any traits and its stats don't really pose a threat, so try using your own zombies rather than instant-kills to remove it. As for its ability, try to destroy any leafy plants on the field beforehand, because it gives your opponent a card advantage. Any hero with early-game removal can do the job well, although no card can completely counter every leafy card playable by turn 2.
- It reuses Magic Beanstalk's textures from before the Colossal Fossils update.
- Its description alludes to Magic Beanstalk.