Quote from MastodonNo, you see, thats what I'm trying to argue: I wasn't net decking, I was playing my own build of affinity. But I already have moved on, I just wanted to make a point
I think the problem is that the person who accused you of net-decking has a different definition of net-decking than you do. While you are using the term in it's narrow (and strictly correct) sense of directly copying and pasting a list from the "net," you opponent is using the term in it's broader (and strictly incorrect) sense of copying the concept of your deck from the "net" while making minor adjustments of your own.
When someone like that accuses you of net-decking, I don't think your response should be "I wasn't net-decking." Rather, you should say that net-decking isn't a valid accusation at all.