Does anybody follow up a trance with ex trance?

Discussion in 'Quan Chi' started by jbthrash, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. jbthrash

    jbthrash Nut Breaker

    I was fighting a Quan player online and he ended a combo with trance. When my JC was in trance the quan player followed up with ex trance. This burned my meter and it lead to another combo. Is this a good strategy and is there any way out of it?
     
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  2. EX Trance whiffs if the opponent is already Tranced or has been Tranced during the combo... he must have reset you before or with the EX Trance.
     
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  3. jbthrash

    jbthrash Nut Breaker

    After further testing you seem to be right. I don't know what the hell he did then. When do Quan players usually link in ex trance?
     
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  4. You usually do it when the opponent has or will have enough meter to breaker the combo, and you can hit-confirm and directly follow up b+2,1 and b+3,1+2 with it, or just use it when a normal and hit-confirmed Trance would be used in a combo: b+3,1+2 > b+2,1 > b+1,1 xx EX Trance; (b+2,1)x2 > b+1,1 xx EX Trance; f+1,2 xx EX Trance; 1,1,2 xx EX Trance. It can also follow u+3, f+1, b+2, 2, 1, 1,1, b+3, and b+3,3 or just be done raw, but those are never really used.
     
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  5. Error

    Error Advocate for Spectral, Mystic & Commando

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    this would've made me so happy.
     
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  6. Under_The_Mayo

    Under_The_Mayo Master of Quanculations
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    Wow, how sweet would it be to use EX trance IN a trance combo? Perfect world right?

    Anyway, you only want to use an EX trance if the the combo your starting has a risk of them breaking it before you set up an EX rune trap, or if you think they're smart enough to let themselves get hit after the skydrop by the 2 1 to Break right before the EX Rune hits them. Then, use that EX trance.
     
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  7. Random_Name_63

    Random_Name_63 Woolay!

    I would have loved this.

    I'll use EX Trance to prevent a Breaker, and follow it up with a combo. Mix-up usually follows.
     
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