At a certain point, this might be "an offical guide" :-O, but maybe not. :umm The reaver is truly an amazing weopon, and I am just begining to discover its full potential. I have found several uses for reavers: 1. Defense. The reaver is great for when your cannons are gone. I typical like to place reavers a little way back from my cannons. See the diagram below: [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ P ] [ P ] [ P ] [ P ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [ C ] [Length of a gateway] [Length of a gateway] [Length of a gateway] [ R ] [ R ] [ R ] [ R ] Where C are cannons, P are pylons, and R are reavers 2. Drops. The reaver is great for dropping in right by an enemies command center/ nexus / hatchery. Make sure to use about 4 of them, and make sure to move in with the shuttle slowly, so you don't get caugth off guard by cannons. If you do discover cannons, hallictante a lot of shuttle or use 6 arbiters and recall them in. Drops, however, require alot of micro control. You should have a few zeolots and maybe some corrsiars. Did I miss anything, leave anything out, or get somthing totaly wrong? All comments and help are gratfully excepted.