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Old 03-31-2018, 08:04 AM
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The Verdict is the obvious choice. It feels very similar to a Truth, but it flies more overstable.
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Verdict. Verdict. Verdict.
Looks like the verdict is in....
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Old 03-31-2018, 08:07 AM
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Verdict is the more fade truth. It’ll lose HSS before LSS, so it’ll fly like an Eagle with wear.

How do discs such as the M2, Mace, MD3, or Prophecy compare to an EMac? They all have similar numbers but I’m sure they offer different nuances. I’m curious myself.
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Old 03-31-2018, 09:24 AM
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For me the answer is the Hornet. It's OOP, but there's still a lot of them out there. You might also consider the Innova Rat. Many of the other suggestions listed above, such as the Wasp, are good as well.
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Old 03-31-2018, 09:55 AM
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Verdict is the more fade truth. It’ll lose HSS before LSS, so it’ll fly like an Eagle with wear.

How do discs such as the M2, Mace, MD3, or Prophecy compare to an EMac? They all have similar numbers but I’m sure they offer different nuances. I’m curious myself.
Prophecy is straight to fade, I'm currently bagging three of them 2 in sure grip one in diamond. I love them I'll never throw another mid. Not the hard fade OP is looking for though, although for me it's just add hyzer, I'm trying to get my hand on a Gila or a demon for a bookend jic situation.
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Old 03-31-2018, 01:15 PM
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consider that you could be releasing the disc poorly (not meant to be insulting) I had the same problem and found that I was releasing more OS discs on more anny(mental hang up) so that may be a thing to look at as well.
No insult at all. Knowing my arm speed and how slow it is, it's the first thing I thought as well. So yesterday I tested that theory over and over...and as hard as it is for me to believe, I don't think it's my release.

All my disc are starting out flat and typically right where I'm aiming. The EMAC Truth just stays perfectly straight on that line...from beginning to end. I have to go at 50% or less power to get the flight I'm expecting from the disc and then I don't get the distance I need. None of my disc have any fade except my Convict...and it's mostly straight with a tiny fade at the very end of the flight.

Incredibly I had my best round ever at my home course today...2 over for the 19 holes...not great compared to anyone here but for 8 months into the game I was pretty excited with 6 bogies and 4 birdies. But I still feel I could have shot 2 or 3 shots better (at my current skill level) if i would have had a mid with a reliable fade.

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Old 03-31-2018, 02:22 PM
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No insult at all. Knowing my arm speed and how slow it is, it's the first thing I thought as well. So yesterday I tested that theory over and over...and as hard as it is for me to believe, I don't think it's my release.

All my disc are starting out flat and typically right where I'm aiming. The EMAC Truth just stays perfectly straight on that line...from beginning to end. I have to go at 50% or less power to get the flight I'm expecting from the disc and then I don't get the distance I need. None of my disc have any fade except my Convict...and it's mostly straight with a tiny fade at the very end of the flight.

Incredibly I had my best round ever at my home course today...2 over for the 19 holes...not great compared to anyone here but for 8 months into the game I was pretty excited with 6 bogies and 4 birdies. But I still feel I could have shot 2 or 3 shots better (at my current skill level) if i would have had a mid with a reliable fade.

Thanks for everyone's help.

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Old 03-31-2018, 06:13 PM
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Looks like the verdict is in....
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Old 03-31-2018, 07:29 PM
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the truth and verdict compliment is a no brainer. if you look at the two molds and feel them up it will be more obvious.

to my wallet's chagrin I've sampled every thing from trilogy searching for the perfect os mid.

-mace, anchor are very similar and fly like the roc3.

-bard is a hair more os than the verdict but dumps much sooner.

the verdict has to be one of longest stable to overstable mids ever invented, up their with the sentinel.

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Old 03-31-2018, 08:08 PM
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Any Pine throwers here? The TC one I got flies like what it seems OP is looking for.
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Is OP absolutely sure he has an EMAC Truth and not an EMac signature Truth? It's kind of confusing but the EMAC Truths should say just that on the tooling instead of just Truth.

Regardless, if you want a Truth shaped Trilogy mid with more fade, the answer is Verdict. Anchor is rounder with a prominent bead. Bard is shaped sort of like a beefy Shark. Pine is also more Roc shaped than Buzzz/Truth shaped. All these would work but are probably dumpier fades than the Emac Truth. You can throw a Compass in this category too of dependable but not terribly long straight to fade mid. It's really tough to get a mid with no turn that fades forward with glide.

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