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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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