Swarm your field with Gravekeeper’s cards. Both Oracle and Chief can be special summoned from your deck.
How to use the deck
The aim is to get your tribute summoned Gravekeeper’s to the field to use their strong effects. So that means it is crucial to keep your tribute fodder staying alive on the field.
The best card to be pulled out from your deck must be the LV10 Gravekeeper's Oracle. This card can be tribute summoned by tributing 1 Gravekeeper’s or 2 monsters or 3 monsters. Most of the time, the best choice is to tribute 1 monster for Oracle only, and activate its effect, base on the situation on the field.
Gravekeeper’s Recruiter + Regretful Rebirth -> Gravekeeper’s Chief or Oracle
If Gravekeeper's Recruiter is destroyed by battle, it can be revived by Regretful Rebirth. However, you can get a free search from it. You can search for a Gravekeeper’s Chief or Oracle then and tribute summon in your next turn.
If you have Enemy Controller
Although Enemy Controller was not added to this deck since it is one of the most hard-to-get card, the quick-play spell card works very well with this deck. You can either choose to defend your card, steal your opponent’s monster, or even change a monster to defense position to be easily destroyed by your Gravekeeper’s Oracle (Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon 4500/3800 -> 2500/1800 by using Oracle’s 3rd effect. You can change that boss card to Defense Position to destroy it easily).
Enemy Controller + Recruiter + Chief
Summon a Gravekeeper's Recruiter.
Tribute the Gravekeeper's Recruiter to activate one of the effects of Enemy Controller.
Now you take a control of a monster your opponent controls, and have a greavekeeper's monster to your hand from the deck for the Recruiter's effect.
Tribute the opponent's monster to summon Gravekeeper's Chief.
Special summon a Gravekeeper's monster from the graveyard for the Chief's effect.
Mythic Box can work well like Enemy Controller.
The deck strategy is really agressive and the aim is to finish your opponent as soon as possible using Gravekeeper’s Oracle. Hence, Yami Yugi “Power of Dark” is the best choice for this beatdown strategy.
Gravekeeper's monsters do not have high ATK, so your monsters will be able to beat them easily unless they are prevented from attacking by spell/trap cards. Additionally, since the monster type of gravekeeper's is Spellcaster, anti-spellcaster cards work very well.
Yeah, Golden Apple is gone now, it was more like an experimental thing.
As for Wonder Wand it helps me using it with Recruiter to get 3 cards instead of 2.
As for Kuriboh and Feint Plan (especially Feint Plan!), it helps a lot with survivability.
Currently I farm for a second e-con and a second GK Chief, but my luck is a mess! What do you recommend taking out of the deck?
anoymous 7days ago
if you have legion fiend jester use it. SO useful, add an econ. If you gravekeeper recruiter survives one turn take tribute it to control your enemies face up. once tribute search for GK chief and tribute the controlled monster with it and use GK chief effect. You could flood the field nicely
just_blaze 7days ago
5/10 , lols at Golden Apple, A Feint Plan, Wonder Wand, Spear Soldier, Kuriboh
anoymous 11days ago
anoymous 11days ago
I Never get gravekeeper recruiter i get many times high score and the Otter sr Card but dont have recruiter anyone know why? Maybe a bug?
Soul Ex don't give you the control of the monster to you just simply trade it using EC... '-'
Or it works ?
just_blaze 7days ago
u dont know jack shit scrub, opponent got 2 monsters and u got none, use Soul Exchange > Enemy Controller > GK Chief to clear out your opponents monsters and you with 2 GK's is too OP
anoymous 10days ago
yeah what about that second place gravekeepers deck with 3 se in it?
Koz 11days ago
It won't help much. Only to bring Chief out. But at least you must have a another GK monster to the graveyard so you can bring it back. GK Oracle needs a GK tribute for his effect(s) to activate.
So yeah, even though SE is op, it is completely useless for the GK deck.