Plants vs Undead (PVU): Ultimate Guide for Seasons and Weather Events

In farm mode, Plants vs Undead (PVU) contains four seasons and 25 weather events that will affect our NFT plant’s productivity rate.

Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter are the PVU seasons. Each season is 7 days long. Every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. PH time, a new season begins. It will take 28 days to complete a full cycle of all seasons.

If you’d like to access historical data, we’re also keeping note of daily weather events. (Image courtesy of PVU Daily Weather.)

Seasons and weather events at Plant vs Undead: 

Spring weather events:

  1. Cloudy (-50% Wind, -10% Light)
  2. Earthquake (+50% Wind, +100% Metal)
  3. Hurricane (+40% Ice, +50% Water, +50% Electric, +50% Wind, +40% Dark, -40% Fire, -20% Light)
  4. Iron rain (+120% Metal)
  5. Locust swarm (+100% Parasite)
  6. Malaria (+100% Parasite)
  7. Rainy (+100% Water, -30% Fire, -30% Metal)
  8. Rats swarm (+100% Metal)
  9. Sunny (+60% Fire, -30% Water)
  10. Tsunami (+30% Ice, +20% Dark, -40% Fire, -20% Light, -40% Metal)
  11. Volcano (+100% Fire, +40% Metal, -40% Ice, -20% Water)
Spring weather events

Summer weather events:

  1. Cloudy (-50% Wind, -10% Light)
  2. Coronal Mass Ejection (+40% Fire, +100% Light)
  3. Earthquake (+50% Wind, +100% Metal)
  4. Heat wave (100% Fire, +20% Light, +10% Dark, -60% Ice, -30% Water)
  5. Hurricanes ( +40% Ice, +50% Water, +50% Electric, +50% Wind, +40% Dark, -40% Fire, -20% Light)
  6. Locusts swarm (+100% Parasite)
  7. Malaria – ( +100% Parasite)
  8. Proton Storm – (+200% light)
  9. Rainy – (+100% Water, -30% Fire, -30% Metal)
  10. Rats swarm – (100% Parasite)
  11. Solar flares – (+80% Fire, +80% Light)
  12. Solar Maxima – (+40% Fire, +100% Light)
  13. Sunny – ( +60% Fire, -30% Water)
  14. Thunderstorm- (+10% Water, +100% Electric, +100% Dark, -20% Light, -20% Metal)
  15. Tornado – (+20% Water, +50% Electric, +100% Wind, +50% Dark, -40% Light)
  16. Tsunami – (+30% Ice,+60% Water, +20% Dark, -40% Fire, -20% Light, -60% Metal)
  17. Volcano – (+100% Fire, +40% Metal, -40% Ice, -20% Water)
Summer weather events

Autumn Season weather events:

  1. Cloudy – ( -50% Wind, -30% Light)
  2. Earthquake – (+50% Wind, +100% Metal)
  3. Flood – ( +100% Water, -100% Metal)
  4. Hurricanes – ( +40% Ice, +50% Water, +50% Electric, +50% Wind, +40% Dark, -40% Fire, -20% Light)
  5. Iron Rain – (+40% Water, +120% Metal)
  6. Locust Swar m (+100% Parasite)
  7. Malaria (+100% Parasite)
  8. Moonlight (+400% Dark)
  9. Rainy – (+100% Water, -30% Fire, -30% Metal)
  10. Rats swarm – (100% Parasite)
  11. Sunny – ( +60% Fire, -30% Water)
  12. Thunderstorm- (+10% Water, +100% Electric, +100% Dark, -20% Light, -20% Metal)
  13. Tornado – (+20% Water, +50% Electric, +100% Wind, +50% Dark, -40% Light)
  14. Tsunami – (+30% Ice,+60% Water, +20% Dark, -40% Fire, -20% Light, -60% Metal)
  15. Volcano – (+100% Fire, +40% Metal, -40% Ice, -20% Water)
  16. Windy – (+50% Wind, +20% Light)
  17. Winter Storm- (+60% Ice, +50% Electric, +10% Wind, -40% Fire, -20% Light)

Winter Season weather events:

  1. Cold Wave (+120% Ice, -60% Fire)
  2. Coronal Mass Ejection (+40% Fire, +100% Light)
  3. Earthquake (+50% Wind, +100% Metal)
  4. Magnetic Reconnection – (+50% Electric, +50% Metal)
  5. Snowy- (+100% Ice, +60% Water, -40% Fire)
  6. Solar flares – (+80% Fire, +80% Light)
  7. Solar Maxima – (+40% Fire, +100% Light)
  8. Volcano – (+100% Fire, +40% Metal, -40% Ice, -20% Water)
  9. Windy – (+50% Wind, +20% Light)
  10. Winter Storm- (+60% Ice, +50% Electric, +10% Wind, -40% Fire, -20% Light)

Here is a table of seasons and weather events that you can save on your phone as your reference. This is the same table I used as a guide.

What effect does the weather cycle have on a plant’s productivity?

The answer can be found in the PVU Discord Channel FAQ section.

Only during the 24 hours that a weather event is in effect, does it boost or reduce a plant’s productivity. For example, if a plant produces 10000 LE/100 hours (an average of 100 LE/h) and an Event increases its output by 30%, the plant’s production for that day will be 130LE/h. Its output returns to 100LE/h after 24 hours.

If a weather event occurs, it will not occur again for at least two days. For instance, if “Moonlight” occurs on Monday, it will not occur again until at least Thursday.

I hope this weather information becomes useful to PVU players. Good luck with your farming endeavors.

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