Weakness is Strength:
One of the weaknesses of Obedience School is that it only lets you summon level 2 or lower beast-type monsters. Those monsters can be utilized in any way you wish, provided that you only special summon beast-type monsters. So you can use them to Xyz into Number 64, or summon a Fabled tuner to summon one of the two level 4 fabled Synchros. The fusion materials for Koalo-Koala are also both level 2 beast-type monsters, so its fusion summon can be expedited by obedience school.
Staying in School:
One of the advantages of this deck compared to the other obedience school decks is its persistence if the first Obedience school play doesn't work out completely. The use of Uniflora, combined with Kinka-byo, allows for a perpetual recycling of all of the monsters, as well as their effects. To further advance the usage of Obedience school, the deck has several deck thinning cards, as well as 3 copies of Key mouse, which can search out either Uniflora or Kinka-Byo in order to set up a defensive loop.
As all of the main deck monsters have less than 1500 ATK, the deck is extremely vulnerable to Deck Devastation Virus. In order to take full advantage of Uniflora, the deck cannot use common hand traps such as Maxx "C" or Effect Veiler. The lack of powerful responses outside of the use of special summoning means that an Archlord Kristya or Vanity's emptiness can quickly shut down the deck. A deck that sets plentiful traps can also easily deal with this deck, as its main method of dealing with traps is Fabled Unicore, which only negates effects when you have the same number of cards in your hand as your opponent.