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The Z-1800 Phaeton fills a very similar gameplay niche to the AV-14 Hornet from Halo 3 and Halo 2: Anniversary in which it is a VTOL aircraft capable of taking on a wide variety of missions and performing them without any major problems. The Phaeton’s autocannons have a very long range, seeking targets up to 83 meters (270 ft) away, and can kill a Spartan in 6 hits and 1.1 seconds.
The Phaeton’s pulse missiles are also ideal for clearing out groups of land enemies or engaging aerial forces, as they tend to exhibit moderate homing behavior. In addition, the Phaeton can teleport short distances rapidly in any direction to evade enemy fire more easily than most other vehicles can.
The Phaeton can only accomodate for one person, the pilot, unlike the Hornet, which can have support units on its sides, leaving the Phaeton more vulnerable to enemy anti-air forces. The autocannons also take some time to reach their maximum firing rate, which can make dealing with heavy ground or air troops slightly more difficult, and are burdened with overheating after almost 9 seconds of continuous fire. Like with all other vehicles, the Phaeton is vulnerable to EMPs, leaving it wide open to skyjacking due to the vehicle being temporarily disabled.
In addition, the Phaeton is most strongly exposed in its underbelly section; as few as 20 bursts from a BR85N battle rifle or 4 direct blasts from a Scattershot to the underbelly are needed to destroy it.