The Deck of the Month for December 2013 is the tournament winning deck “Sujinho” played by Fernanda Nunes (BRA). The deck is Nosferatu antitribu toolbox deck, which you don’t see that often in tournaments, let alone seeing it win one. The deck has some decent ousting power with Deep Song and Conditioning (of course), but it can also rush a bit and has some staying power with some transient intercept, but more importantly four intercept locations. So all in all a decent toolbox deck.
In addition to this deck, I would like to mention two additional decks, both variations of well-known deck archetypes. Waka Waka (This Time For Africa) played by Tommi Hakomaa (originally by Otso) is Nana-type Ani-Combat deck, but instead of focusing on Animalism (and Potence) as most Nana decktypes do, the deck has a wide variety of actions from Founders to the Ebony Kingdom to Public Trust. The second deck is Malkav Blockers varies the Weenie Auspex theme. Despite the hefty reaction card package (44!), the deck has at least some variety, using more “exotic” cards like Hidden Lurker, Erciyes Fragments or Improvised Flamethrower.