q Lutz Vote
This is a bleed & vote deck using Malkavian q Inner Circle Lutz Von Hohenzollern and Justicar Unmada.
The plan is to get Lutz and one or two sidekick Prince or Justicar out, using the Zillah's Valley + Villein combination to get them out fast and cheap. Once there, the vote lock should be easy, with a few Perfect Paragon to help just in case. The sidekicks can use Parity Shift to bloat a bit, but the bulk of the damage will come from Kine Resources Contested and Banishment provides additional control. In all cases, Lutz' ability kicks in for additional damage.
Voter Captivation and combat defence in the form of combat ends like Majesty and Force of Personality. Incidentally, it also provides a couple of Entrancement to allow stealing critical allies like Carlton Van Wyk.is used for stealth, and to get some blood back with
Lutz can be used to either call a vote or bleed for 3, depending on the situation. A bit of bleed defence is included with Telepathic Misdirection, but the deck relies a lot more on bloat to stay alive, with Villein for 5 and Parity Shift.
Tweaks and variants
Enkil Cog is a common inclusion, as well as Scourge of the Enochians against swarms. Dark Influences could be considered, since it's a good counter against Direct Intervention, a pretty annoying defence against Entrancement and "once per game" votes. A bit of additional Telepathic Misdirection might be in order in a bleed-heavy meta, in which case some wakes in the form of Eyes of Argus and On the Qui Vive might help. If you have access to legacy cards, Undele is a very common crypt inclusion.
Another worthy alternative is to use not-yet-reprinted Maris Streck as the main sidekick to Lutz. Her ability, coupled with a few Second Tradition: Domain and Eyes of Argus, improves the deck blocking ability, providing better defence overall but also opening the possibility of Mental Maze (available as Print on Demand) for rush defence: a sturdy counter against combat-oriented decks.
The main article about the archetype presents additional variants.
What to buy
The bulk of the cards come from two Keepers of Tradition 1, a V5 Malkavian, 25th Anniversary and First Blood: Malkavian. The V5 Toreador, Libertine Ball and Keepers of Tradition 2 provide useful additions to that base, but might be spared provided you adjust the decklist or trade a few cards.