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A New Breed Of Gravekeeper’s Deck Review

Gravekeeper's Visionary Yu-Gi-Oh card gameAs we saw in the last YCS, gravekeeper’s took the top 3 spots. That’s an amazing feet of dueling to do something like that. Congrat’s again to the all of them. But as a deck tops there is always going to be others that say negative things about the top deck. But then their are others that look at it as an opportunity to be innovative and use the deck as a blueprint to evolve a new breed of deck.

We are one of those people who have developed a new breed of Gravekeeper’s deck, and want to let you know about it. As many people have said that a gravekeeper’s deck relies on one card, that card being necrovalley. Take out the gravekeeper’s player necrovalley and their deck becomes very weak and very easily beatable. Basically they have a bunch of weak monsters with good effects. They also can not use one of their most powerful cards in their arsenal, Royal Tribute.

Royal Tribute is an amazing weapon to have in a deck. Being able to have your opponent discard all the monsters they have in their hand is very nice. Being able to look at the remaining cards in their hand is well..priceless. Who wouldn’t want to have this type of card in their deck if they can, especially if you are allowed to have 3 copies of this card?

Giving it all it’s praise, I feel the card is to combo reliant. You see in order to get all those effects you need to have a necrovalley on the field. If you don’t have a necrovalley on the field, all you have is a useless card in your hand. A card that is waiting for you to either draw a necrovalley or draw a way to get a gravekeeper’s commandant to get you a necrovalley. That really is a tough task to ask of any deck to do. The only person I feel can pull that off is Little Yu-Gi himself. But their is one card that can help you get one of those ways to necrovalley. That card being Pot Of Duality.

Pot Of Duality helps you find the pieces you need to get the necrovalley and royal tribute combo off. This card alone is the true reason to play the combo. If you don’t have at least 2 – 3 Pot of Dualities in your deck, you shouldn’t play royal tribute. I’m sure you will have an in hand royal tribute that can’t do anything. And it might be there for some extra turns too. Turns that could have you feeling defeated by your opponents field presence or big monsters.

Not many people have or can afford to purchase 2 – 3 Pot Of Duality. Some people are lucky if they have 1. Thus the dawn of a new breed of gravekeeper’s has emerged. A gravekeeper’s deck that does not rely as much on necrovalley and can still beat your opponents over the head in their spellcaster’s way. Take a look at the following videos of this new breed of gravekeeper’s.

New Breed Of Gravekeeper’s Deck List
17 Monsters:
3 – Gravekeeper’s Recruiter
3 – Gravekeeper’s Spy
2 – Gravekeeper’s Descendant
3 – Gravekeeper’s Commandant
2 – Gravekeeper’s Assailant
2 – Gravekeeper’s Visionary
2 – Caius the Shadow Monarch

16 Spells:
3 – Magical Dimension
3 – Book of Moon
1 – Pot of Duality
2 – Necrovalley
3 – Gravekeeper’s Stele
1 – Dark Hole
1 – Allure of Darkness
1 – Mystical Space Typhoon
1 – Giant Trunade

7 Traps:
2 – Bottomless Trap Hole
2 – Solemn Warning
1 – Solemn Judgment
1 – Mirror Force
1 – Torrential Tribute

So what do you think of the Deck? Leave your comments about it below.


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