Cabbage-pult is a character in the Blover's Komiks series. He is one of the Pult Brothers and the son of Plantifier and Cob Cannon. A recurring gag of the series is that he gets always ignored by his older brothers in all of their tasks.
Issue 11: Fume-shroom's ColdEdit
Cabbage-pult passes by a sickly Fume-shroom with his brothers, then all of a sudden Melon-pult suddenly thinks of feeding Fume-shroom cabbages. Unfortunately, this does not go well and Fume-shroom subsequently bursts.
Issue 35: LabccidentsEdit
Cabbage-pult becomes a main character in his comic, which follows his intentions to step up in Kernel-pult's place to concoct a antidote for a failed growth-inducing potion.
Issue 54: AlchemixedEdit
Cabbage-pult appears once more after the incident in Labccidents. After worsening a problem, he proceeds once more to whip up a cure for an accident. Unfortunately, this just further complicates his problem.
Cabbage-pult appears to be a stylized cabbage head with four basal leaves, a bent stem with a lone leaf, and a catapult basket attached at the end.
His modern appearance follows his design on Plants vs. Zombies 2, where his basal leaves are replaced with a curvier semi-continuous leaves. His color changes from a lime green to a richer green color. His basket resembles a cup styled in the shape of a cabbage.
Cabbage-pult is often left out, probably being the youngest of his brothers. He has often felt being alone and disliked, with only a few characters getting to interact with him. Despite this, he tries his best to step up in Kernel-pult's place when the latter becomes incapacitated. He hopes to prove one day that he is a self-made plant worth noticing, especially by his brothers.
- Cabbage-pult being the youngest Pult Brother has never actually been stated.
- His hidden knowledge behind his juvenile exterior is a reference to his Almanac entry in Plants vs. Zombies 2.
- The entry goes: "Cabbage-pult received his doctorate in pulting from Harvest University. He knows a thing or two about launching his way to the top."