My opinion here..
Your main is in FCC you have the community and map-making/role-playing and general enjoyment of the game for fun.
This alt, Im assuming is to improve the strategic side of things. Factors you probably want to consider is do you want to feel special? By having training sessions, you know the general feedback and whatever. You don't want yourself being a alt be a reason for clans to generally ignore you once your in because your not "one of them”
I do enjoy the FCC alot. I enjoy helping it grow and guiding the members, as well as serving on the council. Positions in the FCC are for members only, and as someone who enjoys what he does, I don't think I'd enjoy leaving that position.
My alt is for strat though. It's where I plan to grow as a strategic player. It will also be my only alt, as it is all I need. As long as I get the training I desire, I will also not leave as I have no reason. Most of my ladder activity will also be on my alt as well.
I might recommend 101st they are around 50 members.. (whatever number excluding alts and whatever) chances are you might be a bit under priority for let's say 1 on 1 training sessions. I'm sure giving the clan size they have training methods that allows mass training somehow and this is a alt friendly clan. so you should take strong consideration just based on this policy and who knows what it leads to tbh just being around strong players makes you a better player.
Hydra seems a solid option here , They have strategic members around your level and greater , I think you can learn a bit more here. They have a great clan system I'm assuming. But I think this is a clan with a great community and it is time consuming to be part of two large clan community's , Whatever you think here it's what you think. This should be your most leaned to option since you know Hydra members naturally... But think with your brain and not your heart, Your heart is in FCC.
GGr is something that players need to take advantage of.. New clan.. only 10 members .. surely they are training their players due to low demand vs 101st. I think you would benefit the most strategically here. If I was leading GGr I would recruit you for two reasons , Boost clan community and have another active learner , Learners learn better in groups. I see benefits for both parties here , But it's GGr decision and ofc a feeder clan can't have all alts or the community crumbles
Apprentice has allowed alts and it's really up there for strategic learning. What I really like about them is they have an active Skype chat which could suit you, They allow alts which is awesome!e for you and Masters are a great clan to be around and you can join the occasional RT game with them! They will always keep you on the right part and mostly lead by example. If you can get an alt in with them.. take it! with both hands like GGr
Will make sure to contact all of them.
Overall , Try GGr or Apprentice and see what the story is with them you will improve so much I think with them. That's what I think works best for you depending how much you want to be involved with this alt. 101st is up there of and consider them .
Apprentice from what I've seen is a very good options, and I've seen really good players shoot up and become great players in the clan. GGr being new is a tempting option, but one that I'm less certain about. 101st has the advantage of having several players I'm familiar with connecting me to the clan more instantaneously.
On a last note , if your a really enhuastic strategic learner the best way to be in a clan suited to you is to ask around. And the feeder clans Will probably accept you because your showing a enthusiastic attitude to learn ! Which means potential to be a top player!
That's what I'm planning on doing. I enjoy learning and appreciate anyone who'll give me the opportunity.
Thanks for your help plat :)