If you're looking for cheap decks, then I suggest checking out/asking the Cheap Deck Thread (http://www.urban-rivals.com/community/forum/?mode=viewsubject&forum_page=0&id_subject=2494099&subject_page=0). Less thread clutter.
You seem to be making a lot of threads about how to get ahead in UR
Let me say that while your desire for knowledge is good, try asking as many questions in one thread as possible.
But to answer your question : It depends on you.
Some people can rock it in ELO with GHEIST / Roots half decks even if that isn't the smartest deckbuilding choice.
However , the decks that can do this are generally far and varied, so you'll have to search a bit.
I will help you out by showing you three decks I made it to 1300's with :
Why does it work? Lots of 2 Hit KO's in that deck setup , main reason.
About 23 or 24 k total.
Why doesn't it work? Allergic to SOA and know when to bluff and when to kill.
Why does it work? The deck is good at keeping you ahead of your opponent in life and 2 SOA.
Why doesn't it work? SOA kills this deck , and there's stronger attack manip.
Why does it work? It plays the Defense side of a match quite well.
About 14-15 k
Why doesn't it work? If you don't bluff / pill well it dies hard.
In the end , it matters on your skill level and how you play.
Some decks won't work for everyone the same.
Soiuku: I really like deleted. I'm currently missing most of the Nightmare side but don't be surprised if you see me running around with this in the future.
Nathan: This isn't as applicable to this particular thread, but I think this advice would help you a lot: Give us something to work with. Merely laying down a thread asking for the One True Cheese won't get you anywhere because as it stands, Urban Rivals doesn't have anything like that.
Instead, browse clan pages and presets for 15-20 minutes and post what you're thinking about playing as well as how and why you want to play it. This would speed up the advice process immensely because we'd have clear parameters to work in and, frankly, you'd look a lot less lazy. It's the whole "Give a man a fish/Teach a man to fish" principle.