Suspicious GAC Fights, what do you think

Lordwar83
111 posts Member
edited June 8
Yes traya can beat maul combos but c‘mon g12 traya, sion, nihilus vs r5 maul, r7 bam and r5 amorer?!
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Here im also not sure, never seen a counter like this, is this possible?
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Post edited by crzydroid on

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  • Salatious_Scrum
    1586 posts Member
    edited June 8
    Darth Traya counters Maul fairly consistently, since Maul’s allies assist a lot. Traya’s leader ability passively weaken your units.

    Malevolence can counter Executor if RNG goes their way
  • Lordwar83
    111 posts Member
    edited June 8
    But shouldnt a r5 maul nuke a g12 traya team easy even if her lead weakens my toons.

    I know malevolence as counter but not with Millennium Falcon as a starter.
    Post edited by crzydroid on
  • Both of those attacks ended with him having pretty low banners so that suggests he was just really lucky.
  • Lordwar83
    111 posts Member
    I just checked his history, he never lost with his g12 triumvirat. He always won dosent matter what relic level the opponent team had, this is just not normal that you can beat maul teams, bam teams, full r7 geos ect. With trashy g12 traya, always.
  • There are quite a few videos on YouTube where someone brings in undergeared Triumverate (G12) to face Maul and win. Based off that alone, not suspicious.
  • Jkane
    156 posts Member
    Gear level isn't everything. I would be very interested in how that Triumvirate is modded.
  • crzydroid
    6494 posts Moderator
    edited June 9
    Your opponent lost two units, so it was not clean and I'd hardly call it suspicious. Not sure why you think g12 is equivalent to g6. Traya gains bonus protection when Sith are debuffed, she can give Protection Up to someone else when using Isolate. And like someone said, Traya lead will make them damage themselves; that's percent health based, so it's proportional damage, and higher relics make no difference. In fact, if relics are adding more max health relative to max protection, higher relics might mean they kill themselves faster. A g12 can easily take out an r7 in the red. You can argue that BAM might throw up some damage immunity, but the other team only needs to survive until annihilate is ready (which goes through damage immunity). Remember that Nihilus might have protection up to help him do that. Once that first annihilate goes off, Nihilus adds that fancy relic character's health to his own. I see nothing suspicious about this, as he's the only unit surviving.

    The Executor counter is weird, but again, given the banners, I'd say it was just fortunate RNG. Falcon is probably there to help ensure targeting of vulture droids (though having SF up front seems counter intuitive to this). So I can't vouch for this particular comp, but again, the bad banners helps assuage suspicion.
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