Can anyone give me the link to the deck build of Gandora that had 3 surpremecy berries, and the Pot of Benevolence? I can’t find it anywhere now and I honestly believe that deck is better then this one :/
Assuming you meant Life Cost 0, yes, that's the entire point of the skill
Quick FYI: You can activate Gandora's Effect as many times as you want. If you could get a large hand full of Spell/Trap cards, you could continue buffing Gandora for as many cards as you have in your hand. The downside though is the Health Cost, as always.
Half shut, spell of absorbing light, and stray lambs work great for gandora. Once gandora is put into attack position you can summon stray lambs and activate the effect to destroy two cards for the price of one.
I believe gandora does best in the late game. What the strategy to this deck is to weaken your opponent to ideally between 1500-2500 LP and filling up your field and the opponents field in the process. You can do this by using the supporting cards of relinquished and twin headed thunder dragons. Also, it's great for stalling to have your opponent have even more cards in his field than you with "Windstorm of Equata" and "Sphere Kuriboh". Late game gandora is where the card shines since having "Desert Sunlight" is very pointless, and the point is to have Gandora to finish your opponent, use castle wall, blockman and shattered axe to stall. Do the damage with "Twin Headed Thunder Dragon" and "Relinquished" and you could even use "Sonic Bird" with Kaiba's "Peak Performance" skill. Once he's in kill range (1500-2500 LP) summon gandora, use his effect, and win the game.
Footnote: Overwhelm could be used in the deck if your opponent chooses to negate your attack with "Sphere Kuriboh".