The Aegis II-c is an all-around fighter like it's counterpart, the Aegis IV, average in everything, for firepower, to defense. The Aegis II-c's Enhanced Rapid-Fire Homing Rays are faster and are shot out more rapidly than the Aegis IV's, The Missile is shot out in a more rapid rate as well. But unlike the other standard ships, the Aegis II-c does not have a charged special, but the rapid firing weapons make up for that and don't even need to charge.
Raiden Fighters series: The Aegis II-c respectively appears first in Raiden Fighters 2: Operation Hell Dive as a hidden fighter, but reappears in Raiden Fighters Jet as one of Aegis IV's altered colors.
- Three Aegis II-c's appear in the military base, along with three Endeavors (which only appear in Raiden Fighters). The Aegis II-c's are later crushed and ran over by a tank (which you can prevent their destruction by gunning down the tank, or bombing it, as the bomb will not harm them). Their destruction is required to find a Miclus.
|Interstellar Fighters||Raiden Supersonic Attack Fighter, Raiden mk-II, Raiden mk-IIβ, Judge Spear, Blue Javelin, Dark Sword, Fighting Thunder ME-02, Fighting Thunder ME-02β, Azuma, Spirit of Dragon, Moulin Rouge|
|Generation 1 Classic Fighters||Aegis, Beast Arrow, Devastator, Chaser, Endeavor|
|Generation 2 Classic Fighters||Aegis IV, Chaser 2000, Beast Wing, Death Header, Flying Ray, Eraser, Griffin, Aegis II-c|
|Experimental Fighters||Hell Diver, Ixion|
|Living creatures||Miclus, Fairy|