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Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.

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Nobody asked but I was bored and had ducats to burn.

Apologies if some of the gifs get deleted.
cf4d660e1d - Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.


Gfycat is being a pain in the ass lol

Regular Stalker (pre second dream)

goldenleafyhawk - Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.

He is unable to jump, meaning if he gets stuck in one of the kiddie pools in the void, he'll just keep using Pull on you. Also he doesn't use Dread or Despair while in smoke screen, only Hate.

His accuracy with Dread is atrocious.

Stalker's absorb will not go through Shield gate.. This is one I was interested about, because abilities in Conclave would pierce shield gate (until a recent update broke that too).


Stalker interacts really weirdly with the cold floors in the void. Sometimes he even does a short 'hop' like a regular enemy, yet never does this out of the void kiddy pools, aside from once.

e9031bad34 - Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.


When holding weapons other than his Dread, his Dread will simply just float in the middle of his body.

realspottedgull - Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.

He seems to struggle on stairs.

Some closing notes on Regular Stalker: His AI is ancient. The only real 'intelligence' he has is when it comes to switching weapons and his ability usage (clever bastard will smoke screen before casting absorb sometimes, making his bubble invisible, sound cues are your only defense against that). He will pre-emptively start a melee swing if you fly at him fast enough, this can be used to bait his melee out. Hate is by far his deadliest weapon after Old Blood. Also he has
no shield gate it seems, and his shields take time before they start recharging.

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Shadow Stalker

legitimatepartialbovine - Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.


Shadow Stalker has the ability to put you into the lifted state if he lands a second swing on you.

alarmingslimydamselfly - Decided to bully Stalker for a while after buying some beacons, here are the results.

Upon finishing his energy grenade attack, he will simply stand around for a few seconds instead of continuing his attack. Often he will open up with this attack, which means he'll get mauled by the time he starts moving again.

Shadow Stalker also has problems with the cold floors of the void. That slow-mo sword jump was pretty badass though.


Hiding in void mode long enough will result in Shadow Stalker freaking out, trying to attack you but can't because you're in void mode. He'd make the FaZe clan blush with that spinning.

Closing notes on Shadow Stalker: His energy grenade attack isn't like regular Absorb. It won't instantly kill you if you shoot at it, just naturally does a lot of damage. I like that he telegraphs his attacks, and the animations do look cool, but holy shit his AI is braindead. He should be chasing people down constanlty with his melee, but opts to stand still like a dumbass instead. Both Stalkers don't use the 'Tenno' faction health and armor either, DE hinting at something or just overlooked? Also can we please let Stalker jump or something? His navigation is slightly better than Regular Stalker but that's not saying much.

2 hours of bullying used well!

This has been your useless splurge of information about our eternal punching bag nemesis. Thanks for reading.

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