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Reaver
Reaver SC2-LotV Portrait
Reaver SC2-LotV Rend1
Unit
Race

Protoss

Affiliation

Khalai SC2-LotV Logo1 Khalai
HybridHonors SC2 Decal1 Amon's Forces (Co-op Missions)

Role

Robotic siege unit

Armament

Scarabs

Properties
Transport
size

4

Sight range

10

Production
Minerals

300 Minerals Terran SC1

Gas

200 ProtossVespene SC2 Game1

Psi

6 ProtossSupply SC2 Icon1

Build time

75 Time SC2 Game1

Produced from

Robotics facility

Requires

Robotics bay

Hotkey

C

Movement
Speed

2

Protection
Shields

150

Shield
regen/second

2

Hit points

200

Armor

1 SC2ProtUpgrdGrndArm

Type
Armor type

Armored

Scarabs
Damage

100 (+50 vs. structure)

Targets
  • Ground
Cooldown

2

Range

9

Upgrade/level

+5 (+5) SC2ProtUpgrdGrndWeap

Reavers are playable in the campaign of StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void as a robotic siege unit, one of three options with the colossus and the wrathwalker.

Game UnitEdit

Legacy of the VoidEdit

The reaver can now be set to auto-build scarabs and does not require minerals to build them. It is a slow unit compared to other units, but moves quite faster than in the original StarCraft. Due to the general improved AI of StarCraft II, reavers choose their shots better and their scarabs have better pathing and can scale cliffs, making them overall more effective.

Reavers are useful against clusters of enemy units that it can decimate with scarab shots. However, it lacks the cliffwalking of the colossus and wrathwalker, making it more difficult to position, and it moves and attacks slightly slower than the colossus. Compared to the colossus and the wrathwalker, the reaver fills a compromise between the colossus' splash damage and the wrathwalker's higher single-hit damage.

Co-op MissionsEdit

Artanis can build reavers in Co-op Missions once he reaches Level 5. They can be upgraded once he reaches Level 9. Reavers can be utilized by Amon's forces in some co-op missions.

Upgrades and AbilitiesEdit

ScarabHousing SC2-LotV Icon Scarab Housing

Doubles the number of scarabs a reaver can store.

Campaign Acquisition
Unlock Reach Artanis Level 9
Acquisition
Purchased from Robotics bay
Hotkey C
Cost 100 Minerals Terran SC1 100 Gas Terran SC1 60Time SC2 Game1
ve
SolaritePayload SC2-LotV Icon Solarite Payload

Increases the splash radius of the reaver's attack by 25%.

Campaign Acquisition
Unlock Reach Artanis Level 9
Acquisition
Purchased from Robotics bay
Hotkey A
Cost 150 Minerals Terran SC1 150 Gas Terran SC1 90Time SC2 Game1
ve

DevelopmentEdit

Main article: Reaver/Development


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