Combat Assault Vehicle Rulebook
CAV is the game of mecha combat from Reaper Miniatures. Set in the 23rd century, the Galaxy is recovering from a long and brutal war and the factions and governments that make up the universe of CAV strive to find a common ground to live by and co-exist. But the lure of wealth and power, along with age-old rivalries and animosities, keep any hope of a lasting peace fragile at best. The CAV rulebook is a complete stand-alone game system and no additional books are required to play. CAV incorporates Reaper's DAMAGE TRACK(tm) system for faster and more realistic game play. As units are damaged in combat, their ability to function is downgraded until they are destroyed and removed from play.
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