Nothing says “I don’t have a leg to stand on” more than typing LOL at the end of a rebuttal, not to mention coming across as pretty obnoxious.
As was said by other people, fine tuning for standard in casual is not the most efficient way of doing things, it won’t prepare you for the current prevailing meta. I think it’s understandable to expect less competitive decks in casual considering it’s called “casual”. Nothing silly about that OP.
It's not about telling others what deck they should play. It's about believing different game modes should inherently have different rules presiding them. Just like poker pros generally aren't allowed in amateur circuits (or at least are very badly viewed), decks proven to be extremely competitive shouldn't enter the casual fray. But then again, I guess it always comes down to each player's "moral compass".
That's literally telling people to play how you want them to. And then judging them. "Moral Compass" lolololol
It's amazing how many threads can be created that all have the same basic point: I want other people to play like I want them to.
It's truly mind boggling. All the anti-aggro threads, anti-combo threads, nerf threads, etc. are all saying that same thing. One would think people would pick up on it, but self awareness is very a difficult thing.