My point wasn't that you can't play or even win with bad/undersupported archetypes (I use a Trap deck myself), but if you face any top-tier meta deck directly copied from some team's website, then you are going to lose, most likely even if you play well and the opponent makes a misplay or two (excepting those rare 2-0's against opponents who have never read or encountered Mahakam Horn). Also, I don't consider Organics to be bad; I listed it in my examples of a few of the many mediocre archetypes that actually have a shot against meta decks. And keep in mind that this observation about bad archetypes losing to meta decks is only true of decks that actually incorporate some of the support cards; adding a couple of Crushing Traps to an Elf or Movement deck doesn't make it a Trap deck in the same way that adding a couple of Geralts to a deck doesn't turn it into a Witcher deck.I am using a pirate SK deck that is doing very well ( in casual at least ) and a Trap deck/ elf control hybrid that works too, even seen a variant of it with Aglais ahah. The rest is pretty tricky, but you could play organic trolling the opponent by filling is lane with rats or swarming.
Ultimately, the reason I posted any of this in this forum topic is that Casual should be the default game mode for bad and mediocre archetypes as well as completely novel and innovative deck concepts. If you feel the need to copy one of the current meta decks, then at least be a decent person and only play with it in Ranked.