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* [[Petalelf the Sibyl]]
 
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* [[Pot of Taboos]]
 
* [[Pot of Taboos]]
 
* [[Senju of the Thousand Hands]]
 
* [[Senju of the Thousand Hands]]
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* [[Tarotray the Sibylla]]
 
* [[Tarotray the Sibylla]]

Revision as of 09:13, May 28, 2015

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"Sibyl" ( (せん) (じゅつ) () Senjutsuki) is an archetype of Fairy-Type monsters that debuted in Collectors Pack: Duelist of Destiny Version. They were used by Mieru Hochun in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V anime.

Design

Appearance

"Sibyl" monsters are fortune-telling themed monsters based on different female mythological creatures as well as divination techniques.

Sibyl card Origin Technique
Arrowsylph the Sibyl Sylph Belomancy
Coingnoma the Sibyl Gnome Numismatomancy
Crystalundine the Sibyl Undine Crystallomancy
Petalelf the Sibyl Elf Anthomancy
Ouijamorrigan the Sibyl Morrígan Ouija

Etymology

The Kanji for "Sibyl" can be translated as "Fortune-Telling Princesses". The Sibyls were oracular women believed to possess prophetic powers in ancient Greece.

Playing style

All non-Ritual "Sibyl" monsters are Flip monsters, who focus on controlling the field with their Flip effects. They also possess several searching effects to aid Ritual Summoning "Tarotray the Sibylla" with ease, who can further support the Flip effects of the "Sibyl" monsters.

Recommended Cards

Recommended Cards

Weaknesses

Despite this archetype's unorthodox "bait and switch" — like tactics, "Sibyl" have many weaknesses. Cards like "Dark Simorgh", "Searchlightman", "Light of Intervention" prevent "Sibyl" monsters from being Set or flipped face-down in first place. "Jurrac Velphito" is also dangerous to "Sibyls" because it destroys face-down monsters immediately without them ever flipping face-up. Other cards which prevent battle position changes, whether of the "Sibyl" player's monsters or the opponent's, such as "Gaap the Divine Soldier" and "Gravity Axe - Grarl" can halt most, though often not all, of the "Sibyl" player's moves. Additionally, the deck has difficulty removing monsters summoned by the effect of "Raging Cloudian".

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