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The Stalker was an Imperial -class Star Destroyer of the Imperial Navy . Stalker was responsible for deploying Viper probe droids across the galaxy in hyperdrive pods [8] in an attempt to discover the Rebel base . One of these probes reached the ice planet Hoth , the location of Echo Base. The discovery of the base resulted in an Imperial victory . [2]

Stalker appeared at the beginning of each episode of G Gundam from the second episode onward to provide information about the plot of the episode, as well as provide information about the universe of Mobile Fighter G Gundam in general. Stalker also narrated the preview for the following episode which appeared at each episode's ending.

Ulube Ishikawa - Commissioner Karato - Domon Kasshu - Kyoji Kasshu - Mikino Kasshu - Raizo Kasshu - Rain Mikamura - Dr. Mikamura

Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Shinjuku/Undefeated of the East !   +

A young woman is found bloodily murdered in her heavily secured apartment, clearly terrified of someone who was stalking her . The position of her body seems familiar to Nick, and as he and the others piece together the solution, Nick finds himself the stalker's next target.

It is revealed the Stalker to be an admiring television installer who added the television channels to Nick's television in his apartment. He after having a long conversation with him while inserting believed to have sparked an immediate connection and began investigating him.

His investigations lead him to his prom date Jane Galleway who became sick at the prom and had to depart leaving Nick by himself. The man then began stalking Jane by hiding out in her attic and creating eye holes for all the main rooms of her house to watch her. Jane however sensing his omninous presence tightened her house security with more locks.

Skill can divert clumsy raw power, and precisely applied force can solve many problems. As a Stalker , this is the core of your specialty. You do your best work when attacking from ambush, and can even hide in plain sight to escape foes. Deadly attacks and good defenses make you a dangerous combatant and assassin, but you can be overwhelmed if you're not careful.

* Kinetic Melee requires VIP status , purchase on the Paragon Market , or purchase of Going Rogue .
* Staff Fighting requires purchase on the Paragon Market .
* Street Justice requires purchase on the Paragon Market .

Stalkers cause a great deal of additional damage through critical hits. The exact chances of a critical vary greatly with the situation and the power used. Stalker criticals do double damage except in one case which we'll get to in a moment.

Stalkers are creatures that appear in Silent Hill . They appear to be the matured form of the Larval Stalker , which are merely silent apparitions, passive in behavior and otherwise harmless.

They are first encountered in the Sewers of Silent Hill , appearing near the end of Harry Mason's journey through Silent Hill . They also appear at the Lakeside Amusement Park and in certain sections of Nowhere .

They are the ghostly form of the Grey Children ; small, child-like, knife-wielding monsters, the sole difference being that Stalkers are "invisible" (vaguely delineated, and as such, hard to see).

The Stalker was an Imperial -class Star Destroyer of the Imperial Navy . Stalker was responsible for deploying Viper probe droids across the galaxy in hyperdrive pods [8] in an attempt to discover the Rebel base . One of these probes reached the ice planet Hoth , the location of Echo Base. The discovery of the base resulted in an Imperial victory . [2]

Stalker appeared at the beginning of each episode of G Gundam from the second episode onward to provide information about the plot of the episode, as well as provide information about the universe of Mobile Fighter G Gundam in general. Stalker also narrated the preview for the following episode which appeared at each episode's ending.

Ulube Ishikawa - Commissioner Karato - Domon Kasshu - Kyoji Kasshu - Mikino Kasshu - Raizo Kasshu - Rain Mikamura - Dr. Mikamura

Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Shinjuku/Undefeated of the East !   +

The Stalker was an Imperial -class Star Destroyer of the Imperial Navy . Stalker was responsible for deploying Viper probe droids across the galaxy in hyperdrive pods [8] in an attempt to discover the Rebel base . One of these probes reached the ice planet Hoth , the location of Echo Base. The discovery of the base resulted in an Imperial victory . [2]

Stalker appeared at the beginning of each episode of G Gundam from the second episode onward to provide information about the plot of the episode, as well as provide information about the universe of Mobile Fighter G Gundam in general. Stalker also narrated the preview for the following episode which appeared at each episode's ending.

Ulube Ishikawa - Commissioner Karato - Domon Kasshu - Kyoji Kasshu - Mikino Kasshu - Raizo Kasshu - Rain Mikamura - Dr. Mikamura

Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Shinjuku/Undefeated of the East !   +

A young woman is found bloodily murdered in her heavily secured apartment, clearly terrified of someone who was stalking her . The position of her body seems familiar to Nick, and as he and the others piece together the solution, Nick finds himself the stalker's next target.

It is revealed the Stalker to be an admiring television installer who added the television channels to Nick's television in his apartment. He after having a long conversation with him while inserting believed to have sparked an immediate connection and began investigating him.

His investigations lead him to his prom date Jane Galleway who became sick at the prom and had to depart leaving Nick by himself. The man then began stalking Jane by hiding out in her attic and creating eye holes for all the main rooms of her house to watch her. Jane however sensing his omninous presence tightened her house security with more locks.

The Stalker was an Imperial -class Star Destroyer of the Imperial Navy . Stalker was responsible for deploying Viper probe droids across the galaxy in hyperdrive pods [8] in an attempt to discover the Rebel base . One of these probes reached the ice planet Hoth , the location of Echo Base. The discovery of the base resulted in an Imperial victory . [2]

Stalker appeared at the beginning of each episode of G Gundam from the second episode onward to provide information about the plot of the episode, as well as provide information about the universe of Mobile Fighter G Gundam in general. Stalker also narrated the preview for the following episode which appeared at each episode's ending.

Ulube Ishikawa - Commissioner Karato - Domon Kasshu - Kyoji Kasshu - Mikino Kasshu - Raizo Kasshu - Rain Mikamura - Dr. Mikamura

Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam   + , Super-Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Shinjuku/Undefeated of the East !   +

A young woman is found bloodily murdered in her heavily secured apartment, clearly terrified of someone who was stalking her . The position of her body seems familiar to Nick, and as he and the others piece together the solution, Nick finds himself the stalker's next target.

It is revealed the Stalker to be an admiring television installer who added the television channels to Nick's television in his apartment. He after having a long conversation with him while inserting believed to have sparked an immediate connection and began investigating him.

His investigations lead him to his prom date Jane Galleway who became sick at the prom and had to depart leaving Nick by himself. The man then began stalking Jane by hiding out in her attic and creating eye holes for all the main rooms of her house to watch her. Jane however sensing his omninous presence tightened her house security with more locks.

Skill can divert clumsy raw power, and precisely applied force can solve many problems. As a Stalker , this is the core of your specialty. You do your best work when attacking from ambush, and can even hide in plain sight to escape foes. Deadly attacks and good defenses make you a dangerous combatant and assassin, but you can be overwhelmed if you're not careful.

* Kinetic Melee requires VIP status , purchase on the Paragon Market , or purchase of Going Rogue .
* Staff Fighting requires purchase on the Paragon Market .
* Street Justice requires purchase on the Paragon Market .

Stalkers cause a great deal of additional damage through critical hits. The exact chances of a critical vary greatly with the situation and the power used. Stalker criticals do double damage except in one case which we'll get to in a moment.

The Stalker was an Imperial -class Star Destroyer of the Imperial Navy . Stalker was responsible for deploying Viper probe droids across the galaxy in hyperdrive pods [8] in an attempt to discover the Rebel base . One of these probes reached the ice planet Hoth , the location of Echo Base. The discovery of the base resulted in an Imperial victory . [2]


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