Yeet is a versatile word that can be used as an exclamation, a verb, or even a noun.
As an exclamation it can be used to express excitement, usually happily but also nervously. It can also be used as an exclamation of victory. Or as a battle cry or focus-shout while throwing or hitting something, like "HIII-YA".
When in its verb form it has different tenses with different spellings, like any other verb.
(Present) I yeet
(Past/Imperfect) I was yeeting
(Past/Perfect) I yote
(Pluperfect) I have yought
(Future) I will yeet
(Future perfect) I will have yought
As a noun, 'a yeet' is the action of yeeting. Yeet can also be a feeling or emotion, usually like an adrenaline rush.
Took this list to US Nats and had a blast yeeting all those runners! I designed it to counter the Freedom and Apoc Anarch JNet meta I was seeing leading up to Nats. It turned out to be a good call because I played 3 Freedoms, Apoc Val and a good stuff 419 and yote 'em all.
The idea is simple: Make money, rez thicc bois, and yeet the runner when they try to contest anything. There are so many outs with this deck and generally has favorable matchups. Getting the two card combo of Building Blocks + Chiyashyeet is likely an auto-win as it's very difficult for current runners to deal with a Chiyashyeet every time they run. You don't need it, but if you do land the combo, throw it on any central. Archives might be correct if you expect a lot of R&D pressure like Stargate. Once Chiyashiyeet is on the outside, just easily score out as they dig for answers.
Go fast and loose! Push that SSL even if you might not score it. You'll tax the runner through some annoying ice and make them commit programs. Then you can hit the gas on a real scoring plan while getting the SSL drip and furthering your board state. Don't jam Batty unless you have a trash program sub or are pushing an agenda.
Against Freedom don't be afraid to loose a Building Blocked Chiyashyeet to D4 & Hippo. That's why you have two preemptives and don't use them too early! Thimblerig is MVP in all matchups but especially true VS anarch. Get it rezzed so you can move ice around for more and yeet yeet repeat.
The Apoc matchup is typically slower as you need to spend the effort making sure you don't loose your board state, but it a favorable matchup as your ID is basically Border Control on a stick. If you can manage to rez a thicc one on the outside of the remote, it's going to be a bad time for them.
I added the two Scarcity of Resources at the last minute as a counter current for "Grant" as I knew a lot of people would be on the Obelus Liza list. It's a good card and sticking it turn 1 can straight up win you the game against some matchups.
Overall I am pretty proud of this list and had a great time piloting it at Nats. 10/10 would Yeet again.
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