This is from a T1 perspective.
If you play Montana Uppers or Rescue, it says to other players that you have weak skills and that you need training wheels on your bike or viagra to perform with the ladies, depending on your interests and age group.
If you play one of those clans with Hugo, well then you tell the whole world that you are completely incompetent and that you were born with no balls or lost your balls some other way. It also clearly says that you lose more often than not...
Also, having a 5* in your deck is a tell-tale sign that you are a donkey (thesaurus this), having two of those in your deck downgrades you to the rank of retarded house plant/donkey.
Hope that helps.
I would respect your choice to base your decks on morals, but I can't bring myself to praise you for it. Insulting players for using cards and clans that go against your morals makes you sound self-righteous. Your post is basically saying, "If you don't play like me you're an ass!"
I respect people that hinder themselves for a better challenge. My favorite deck plays that way: Give me a chance! but insulting others for not following your principles is silly and very rude.
Slipknot, which clan you pick entirely depends on you. Since you say that you switch clans because you're "Good with them", you should try and save clintz and build your collection. If you save up you'll have all the cards you need in your collection and you won't have to sell your cards every time you want to change clans.
Talking T1, I stand by what I said. Since you said you agree in spirit, I'll take that you know I am right but are a little prudish with language, baffling considering I did not use the word ass, you did.
Let me rephrase:
Montana Uppers Rescue are used by weak players.
If you need up to +18 attack by adding Hugo to a Montana deck, then there is no way you are skilled in any way.
5* in your T1 deck leaves too much points on the table for serious DT showing.
You know I am right about all this. A player that places top 10 in a DT not using Montana Uppers Rescue is a better player than the one who wins it with a douchey deck.
I paraphrased your post. You may not have used the word directly but saying "you are a donkey (thesaurus this)", it's basically saying ass. But you're right-- you didn't say the word.
I feel that you're still going a little overboard by speaking in absolutes, but I already agreed with your values, so there's no real need to rephrase yourself.
And yes, this how I speak, but I prefer the term "Indifferent", not prudish. I'm not one to hold back words to be proper. If it needs to be said it comes out of my mouth (or in this case, my fingers).