It isn't supposed to have draft/sealed games <_<
In Yomi, you play a fighting game character (of a game that doesn't exist). There may be stuff like isms later or something, but the core concept is that you are picking a predefined character with all his skills already set.
It's not a CCG in any way shape or form... it's a "regular" card game. So you shouldn't judge it by CCG standards lest you judge chess with wargame standards
True, I shouldn't have labeled it as a ccg, but felt it was bringing up in the conversation do to its more unique take on "ccg-like" card games. Its probably worth mentioning that most card games, in their first set, usually only have a single viable deck for each "color" the game breaks it self up into. There just aren't that many cards available so there just isn't much room for variation, its just about actually getting all the key cards for your color. So considering this would effectively be Yomi's first set, it should play out pretty similarly to most ccgs first set releases, just much much cheaper and accessible for players to get into. Whether or not the starters will become customizable with future releases is unclear, the possibility of "ism" starters that can be mix and matched with the corresponding original starter seems very possible if the initial release is a success, but the key remains that theirs no randomness, that your theoretically always getting value for your money.
As for the lack of draft/sealed events for LCGs, to be honest I could live with out those events, but I do know that in other games I played when we were too tapped to buy new cards what we'd do is grab a big box of existing cards, shuffle them all up, and distribute them to all the players randomly. A similar act could be done with LCGs, everyone pitches in to buy a couple chapter packs, the packs are shuffled together, then distributed amongst the players in 10 card stacks, simulating the packs of a draft/sealed event. That method wouldn't really work with Yomi though, as from my understanding the starter cards do not worth with each other, but I suppose you could just make up your own rules where anyone can use anyones cards just for that event.
The bunnies of Lavato have special abilities, like 'Action Skill: Make Carrot Disappear.'