This month's deck is the tournament winning deck "Unexpected Coalition" played by Soufiane Bouzouf and build by Noel Giménez Infante, both from Spain. The deck could well serve as template for a good Brujah antitribu deck which shows that this clan can be the base for viable tournament deck. This deck is a breed-and-boon deck using Creation Rites as bread-and-butter vampires and Unexpected Coaliation as a vote push card. Once the deck has like 4-5 vampires out, this card really shines, since Unexpected Coaliation is not only an action modifier, but can also be used a reaction (as vote defense).
There's a somewhat similar deck named Sometimes a coalition is necessary.." by David Wittman (HUN) which reached the finals of the EC 2008 Day 1 tournament. The deck deserves some honorable mentioning, not the least, because the deck was on the shortlist for the Deck of Month September 2008. David's deck has less stealth, but is much more combat-orientated by including .44 Magnums (and other cards) instead of Majesty.
Other candidates for the Deck of the Month this time were the decks Female Attack by Jan Kacor (a very consequential Shattering Crescendo deck) and The Terrible Walking Sticks (based Anson/Ashur Tablets with a load of Weighted Walking Sticks).