The Endeavor is a fighter that appears in the Raiden Fighters series exclusively in Raiden Fighters as one of the standard fighters to choose from.
The Endeavor is a hard-to-use plane with specialized attacks that do not ease the burden of its use. This is a very weak and slow plane. Even when fully powered up, its main weapon is very pathetic and weak. This is the plane I have the most trouble using. However, the Endeavor is the only plane that can destroy enemy bullets (with its Missiles, AKA Time-Release Bomb). It is also the only plane with a defensive special charge attack, being its Charged Missile, which surrounds you with explosions that absorb all enemy fire. With its Laser Weapon, the special's charge time is instantaneous. Even these advantages don't make the Endeavor any easier to use. This plane is recommended for advanced players. In Raiden Fighters 2 and Jet, it's missile is inherited by the Griffin and a Enhanced version of it's Laser by The Flying Ray.
Raiden Fighters series: The Endeavor appears exclusively in Raiden Fighters as a standard fighter with low stats, and three Endeavors also make cameos in one of the levels in Raiden Fighters 2: Operation Hell Dive, in which unlike the three Aegis II-c, the enemy does not bother destroying them (possibly due to how weak the fighters are).
|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|