Wild Life is an ability for the Wildflower in Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville. When activated, Wildflower will place a flower pot on the ground in front of them. When the Wildflower is vanquished, they will respawn where the pot was placed.
Only one pot can exist at a time; pots placed can be destroyed by enemy zombies. Wild Life's zombie counterpart is Commercial Break.
Its name is a play on the term "Wildlife."
Place your next respawn location with a flower pot.
Reveal the enemy who destroys your Wild Life flower pot
The spotting effect lasts for 5 seconds.
Additional health for Wild Life flower pot.
Increases Wild Life flower pot health from 30 to 125 points.
You can use this ability to allow you to respawn closer to the objective, or enemy spawn points, allowing you to save time on approaching those places and plan out attacks. When placing the pot, be sure to observe your surroundings and place it in places that the enemy can easily miss, such as building corners or well-camouflaged spots. This makes it less likely for them to destroy the pot.
The Wild-Eyed upgrade, while seemingly not very useful at first, is great for Battle Arena as it allows you to see the enemy's position if they destroy it. Simply place them in obvious spots and don't try to hide it. In most cases, the enemy will unknowingly destroy the pot, revealing their position, and you or your teammates can approach and kill them. Because you can't respawn in this mode anyway, this is the only way to make the ability useful.
The Wild Life pot will emit some yellow particle effects as well as a shimmering noise when placed. Listen carefully for this particular audio cue and find the direction of where it came from. If the pot is placed too close to the objective or your spawn point, then you may destroy them without having to worry about your position getting revealed, as it is less riskier than letting them spawn near that spot.
In Battle Arena, never try to destroy the pots, as you'll never know whether or not the enemy is using the Wild-Eyed upgrade. Destroying the pot in this mode isn't very useful anyway, as it only gives you a small amount of XP.