Quote from Dunharrow »Quote from kraus911 »Yennett, Cryptic Sovereign
She's basically a fixed Narset, letting you cast some big spells for free but not 4 a turn that turn into multiple turns. Mystical Tutor into Approach of the Second Sun is a thing, but I took that out after it won the first game. You can put cards in to make it more consistent, to manipulate your topdeck, and it's kind of silly not to put Top in the deck, but I also just like spinning the wheel because even if I don't get a free Mind's Dilation or eldrazi, I still get to draw a card. You don't even need to fill the deck with a huge density of fat cmc odd spells, you can have a fairly slim esper deck that sometimes throws out a fatty for free.
I like the card, but it seems kinda voltron-y, in that I need to protect my general and if I can swing enough times I should win the game. I also think that people will be terrified about this and do everything they can to stop it from attacking.
After all, it could be a Ponder and it could be Void Winnower that you reveal. I am not sure if this is different enough from Narset to not get the same kind of hate.
Yennet is not a voltron deck, and is really fun to play, proactive and reuires a lot of thinking (link in my sig for a decklist)
Another great proactive deck is the Markov low mana curve agro deck (link also in my sig)