As black, against 1.d4, which aggressive response do I have? I looked at queen's gambit accepted, queen's gambit declined, king's Indian defence and the Slav defence. But all of this options appear to me as passive, at least passive in the opening phase. Seems to me that in all this variations white still gets a better control of the center and a more active and developed setup, whit black that has no immediate treats or tricks. I am feeling like against 1.d4 I am doomed to play a more positional and passive opening phase. Is this the case?
I am a beginner, 1500, so is quite possibile that I am missing some aggressive potential in the mentioned openings. This comes from a guy that quite enjoys playing stuff like the fried liver, Stafford gambit, Evans gambit and the Danish gambit, so I hope you can get what I am searching here.