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Wall-Nut is a Common Wall plant in Plants vs. Zombies 3. He costs 2 sun and has a high amount of health, but no means of attacking, allowing zombies to eat him.

About

For more information about this character, see Wall-Nut.

Wall-Nut is one of the first plants the player obtains in the tutorial, and the first Wall plant the player obtains.

He costs 2 sun and blocks zombies with his high health pool. Wall-Nut's seeds are more likely to be rewarded in breakout battles at Your House .

Wall-Nut is also a main character in the game's story alongside other plants such as Sunflower, Peashooter and Bonk Choy.

Origins

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Wall-Nut is based on the plant of the same name from the previous games. With his Tacobility being based in the plant with a similar appearance and name from the Garden Warfare games and Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, all of which are based on the walnut.

Almanac entry

Note: The stats shown below only apply to Level 1.

Wall-Nut
Normal Damage Icon.pngNormal Common
Wall
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Sun PvZ3.png Blocks zombies, absorbing lots of
attacks with his hard shell.
Imperturbable!
2
Health
4K
Cooldown
20 s








Effective against:
Dog Walker PvZ3 portrait.png Taco Imp PvZ3 portrait.png Plunger Zombie PvZ3 portrait.png Shark Costume Zombie PvZ3 portrait.png
Wall-Nut is about more than getting gnawed on by
zombies. He's also great at holding your place in
line, filling seats at award shows, and listening.


Upgrades

Plant Food effect

Wall-Nut's Plant Food ability is called Shell Shove, in which Wall-nut will push back nearby zombies, and stun them for a few seconds.

Tacobility

Wall-Nut's Tacobility is the Jugger-Nut, in which Wall-Nut will gains layers of armor, allowing more damage from zombies to be absorbed.

Strategies

There are not many complex Strategies to Wall-nut, as his purpose of blocking zombies is rather simple.

A common strategy is to use a Melee plant and place a Wall-nut in front for protection. This protects the Scrapper plant and allows it to deal damage in close-quarters while also being safe. Though all in all, Wall-nut behind any plant gives the same result, providing protection.

Wall-nut's Plant Food, Shell Shove, is simple and effective. It pushes zombies back, and also stuns them. This is effective for slowing down the horde, or if a zombie gets too far down the lane and needs to be pushed back.

Wall-nut's Tacobility is Jugger-Nut, providing a tough metal shell of armor. This gives Wall-nut extra health, but due to being Armor, this can also protect him from a strong attack that would usually defeat Wall-nut, giving him, in a way, two lives.

Breakout Tips (Quotes)

  • Higher-level plants don't get slowed and stunned as long by zombies effects. To be honest, I'm stunned basically all the time! (Generic tips only)
  • With a Scrapper plant right behind me like Bonk Choy or Snapdragon, my awesome blocking fells like ATTACKING!
  • If you flip a rock on the beach, the little crabs underneath scuttle away. Aren't we all just looking for a safer rock?
  • Don't put me against Pitchfork Zombie. I'll just get pitched over her head! Instead, blast her from long range! (Pitchfork Zombie's tip)
  • Walls make Shark Zombies pop up early to get blasted! Don't mind me, I get bitten all the time! (Shark Zombie's tip)
  • Tacos or Plant Food will both heal me to full, no matter how damaged I am. They taste like CHEATING!

Gallery

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See also

V · T · E
Plants (Tower defense)
Plants vs. Zombies 3
Common Puff-Shroom · Buttercup · Garlic · Potato Mine · Pushywillow · Wall-Nut · Chard Guard · Peashooter · Spikeweed · Cabbage-Pult · Kernel-Pult · Bonk Choy · Caramel Popcorn · Lightning Reed · Melon-Pult
Rare Shuffle Truffle · Blockbuster · Butternut Squash · Ragweed · Sawgrass · Squash · Fire Peashooter · Pine Needler · Snow Pea · Bamboo Shoots · Night Cap
Epic Aloe Vera · Sweet Potato · Hydrangea · Dogwood · Chomper · Gravitree · Flak Seed · Lemon-Aid · Gloom-Shroom · Snapdragon · Starfruit
Legendary Fairy Ring Mushroom · Kalestorm
Others Sunflower · Cherry Bomb · Star Tree · Magic Beans
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