Graveyard Keeper: How to Get Oil

How to Get Oil in Graveyard Keeper

Graveyard Keeper might often feel like one big fetch quest. One morning, the donkey will decide you’re big enough now to start paying up for his services. He’ll stop delivering corpses until you give him carrots. Then, once you get those carrots, it’ll turn out he’ll also need oil for his wheels. Here’s how to get that oil within Graveyard Keeper.

First and foremost, you’re going to want to head to the village in the East. Once there, head further East and you should see a rundown looking guy. He’s a vendor, and also a bit crazy. His name’s Dig and he’s found before the road that leads to the Lighthouse. Look out for what looks to be a really run down living area and look for a shirtless man with a long beard.

He’s weird, but he’s exactly who you need to trade with. Get some Seed Oil from him for 30 copper. He has 15 of them for sale, so stock up if you need to (and can). Dig also has a variety of other hemp-related products, so remember that if you need any of them later.

Once you have that Seed Oil, you need to head into your inventory and select it and choose to “Use” it. It will leave you with 10 drops of oil and you’ll be good to go back to that dumb, greedy, selfish, capitalist Donkey. Repeat this as many times as you want in the future.

You can also, of course, use a Vine Press to get the oil, but the above is the fastest method without needing to really craft anything.

That’s it! That’s how you get oil in Graveyard Keeper! If you need more help with the game, let us know in the comments down below what your question is. If you’re hankering to find the answer for yourself, though, you can use our search bar at the top of the site to get any appropriate guide you may need.

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Yamilia Avendano

Yami was the founder of Twinfinite having written for the site since its inception in 2012 through until she sold it to the GAMURS Network in March 2022. Yami has been playing games since 1991, with a penchant for anything in the simulation and action genres. The Sims 4 has consumed thousands of hours of Yami's life, and she's totally ok with it.