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Only the Spell card Darkness Approaches can flip a monster into face-down Attack position. By discarding two cards, Darkness Approaches lets you flip one face-up monster face-down without changing the battle position (so a monster may end up in face-down Attack position).

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Q: How can a monster be in face-down Attack position?
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