You can Tribute 3 monsters or 1 "Gravekeeper's" monster to Tribute Summon (but not Set) this card. When this card is Tribute Summoned: You can activate any of these effects, and resolve in sequence, up to the number of "Gravekeeper's" monsters Tributed for the Summon.● This card gains ATK equal to the combined Levels that all monsters Tributed for its Tribute Summon had on the field x 100.● Destroy all Set monsters your opponent controls.● All monsters your opponent currently controls lose 2000 ATK and DEF.
I had necrofear and garlandolf on the board at the same time. The only 2 guys on the board he had none and the guy used 2 soul exchanges on me then summoned gravekeeper oracle. How is this possible when he requires 3 tributes. Pretty sure I was cheated. It literally says 3 monsters or 1 graves keeper monster. Last time I checked that was only 2 monsters. I'm sick of this broken deck and how every other player uses it.
Anonymous wrote: So by saying tribute 3 monsters you can't do it in 2 or else it wouldn't say that specifically.
The monster has a condition with a clause!
Read the words inside the BIG parenthesis?
(BUT NOT SET)
It takes 3 monsters or 1 GK to bring the monster out in Face-up Attack position.
It takes 2 monsters in order to bring the monster out in Face-down Defense position.
Option 1) Tribute Summon 3 monsters or 1 GK = Brings monster out in Face-up Attack position
Option 2) Setting with 2 monsters = Face-down Defense position
The cards condition is only applicable to Option 1.
It is understood by players!
For this is the reason, the card has the Parenthesis!
In reply to Anonymous replying to my initial comment; "You can tribute 3 or 1 is the conditions of summoning this card." Tributing 3 or 1 is not a condition that has to be met in order to summon Oracle. The card doesn't say YOU MUST. If you have read the card at all and at least have mediocre understanding in the English language, you could've deciphered that own your own.