The Liset is a Landing Craft that is earned during the first story quest Vor's Prize along with the various segments for the ship. When the Liset is the player's selected Landing Craft, Air Support Charges will initiate Override, negating any lockdowns or alarms on the tileset without requiring the player to hack a console, and will also temporarily halt any countdown timers that activate during Rescue and Spy missions.
Liset skins can be applied to the Liset through the Equipment > Customize Landing Craft > Customize Hull option of the Main Menu.
- The Liset's model was completely revamped with the release of Update 14.0, using a sleek, Orokin-styled vessel that replaced the simpler, angular design used beforehand. In the first segment of Vor's Prize, Captain Vor uses his Void Key to shoot down a pre-Update 14 Liset.
- The Liset has a number of external flaps that conceal vectoring thrusters, which suggests it has extreme maneuverability in all directions. These flaps may possibly also function as air brakes. As of Update 17.5, these flaps move when the Liset is moved during loading screens. As with other Landing Craft, clicking will cause the vessel on-screen to perform an 'aerobraking maneuver', which also causes them to move backwards a little.
- Thrust vectoring is an important factor in super maneuverability of modern aircraft. The Liset's use of thrust vectoring may explain its ability to barrel roll and perform multiple-axis rotation maneuvers, such as when extracting.
- The overall shape of a Liset when its antennae are straight may vaguely be compared to a horseshoe crab or a sting ray.
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