No, I just roll my eyes at people who ignore the actual context of fights and characterization in them to insist on a given outcome. Haman hangs back when Char is fighting Scirocco and just comes in to slice off the Hyaku Shiki's arm before asking if Char wants to reconsider joining her, and then, more importantly, when Char has the Qubeley held down and thinks Haman can no longer use the funnels, she fires so as to take off the last of the Hyaku Shiki's limbs leaving it as nothing but a chest and then only asks if he'll join her again. The Hyaku Shiki has literally no weapons left except it's head vulcans and she didn't even shoot. She literally just paused to ask if Char wants to continue fighting or join her. It couldn't be more blatant that she was holding back to try and get her to join him.
I also roll my eyes at your insinuation that just because I'm insisting someone held back against Char here, that I must do it all the time for his fights when I've made several posts in the last few days alone insisting Amuro was trying to kill him all along around Axis and wasn't holding back at any point because he was too busy trying to blow up Axis or whatever.>>17550304
She did yes, but I'd say there's a distinction between using them and spamming them. She used them against not just Scirocco, but against Reccoa and Sarah who were there at the time too. The Palas Athena lost an arm and it's mean cannon, while the Balinoak Samahn was damaged too if I recall, but Scirocco saw through it much the same way Amuro immediately recognized what Lalah was doing and shot them down. Then they both enter a psychic-off, releasing Newtype ghosts at each other until Katz interrupts by trying to kill Scirocco and Sarah sacrifices herself to stop his shot.
Haman uses her funnels in most fights, but I don't think I'd ever call it spamming, because it's usually fairly restrained and sometimes even tactical; herding the enemy a specific direction or what have you.