The Kanji for "Prediction Princess" can be translated as "Fortune-Telling Princesses". The Sibyls were oracular women believed to possess prophetic powers in ancient Greece.
All non-Ritual "Prediction Princess" 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 "Prediction Princess" monsters.
Despite this archetype's unorthodox "bait-and-switch"-like tactics, "Prediction Princess" have many weaknesses. "Royal Command" completely stops any and all Flip monster effects, slowing the deck down considerably. Cards like "Dark Simorgh", "Searchlightman", "Light of Intervention" prevent "Prediction Princess" monsters from being Set or flipped face-down in the first place. "Jurrac Velphito" is also a danger to "Prediction Princess" monsters because it destroys face-down monsters immediately without them ever flipping face-up. Other cards which prevent battle position changes, whether of the "Prediction Princess" 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 "Prediction Princess" player's moves. Additionally, the deck has difficulty removing monsters summoned by the effect of "Raging Cloudian".