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For the playable Stalker, see Stalker (Playable).
Some have walked these desolate worlds while you have slept. Some like me. I remember what you did. I remember the day.

The Tenno appeared at the Terminus, gleaming and victorious. Our cold and gold Emperors, breathless, bathed you in savior's silk. Then came the sound. Across all our worlds, all at once, the ceremonial Naga drums. A royal salute to the honored Tenno. Ten solemn beats to declare the suffering was over. I watched from a distance, with the rest of the low Guardians. With each beat terror began to crush my throat. The Tenno were not stoic and silent. They were waiting. They were poised. I tried to call out but only a strangled whisper escaped.

When the ninth beat rang a torrent of blood filled the stadium, loosed by Tenno blades. The drums, the Empire, fell silent forever.

Now I hunt, dividing your numbers. Watching from that dark place, cataloging your sins, I am the ghost of retribution. You may forget but you are not innocent.
I am your reckoning!

The Stalker is an ominous, vengeful figure that infrequently appears during missions, armed with powerful weapons and abilities to hunt down Tenno who have his Death Mark.

The Stalker wears Warframe armor and is able to use ability powers belonging to various other Warframes. His arsenal is similar to that of the Tenno, utilizing a primary, secondary, and melee weapon. The Stalker's signature weapons are the bow Dread Dread, the scythe Hate Hate, and the throwing knives Despair Despair.

If the Tenno marked for assassination has completed The Second Dream Quest, they will be confronted with the more powerful, Sentient-enhanced Shadow Stalker instead. Upon completing the Jade Shadows Quest, Stalker will appear as Protector Stalker, having reverted to his original appearance, with his mask and Hate Hate imbued by JadeIcon272 Jade's energies.



Before he became the Stalker, he was once a Low Guardian named Sorren who served the Orokin, and was engaged in an unsanctioned relationship with an individual known as Jade, with whom he sired a child, which the Orokin legems considered taboo. It was presumably this event that turned both of them into Warframes as punishment.

He was present during The Collapse of the Orokin Empire, noticing that the Tenno weren't as stoic and silent but instead waiting and poised, but failed to warn his masters of the slaughter the Tenno were prepared to carry against them. Having been spared by Jade who has since became a Warframe, the Stalker sought vengeance against the Tenno and hunted their numbers across the Origin System.

However, the Stalker views this betrayal as his own failing, unable to forgive himself for failing to alert his masters of their impending demise.

The Second Dream

The Stalker allies with Hunhow and is bestowed the War War greatsword while upgraded with Sentient powers, transforming into the Shadow Stalker. As they scheme to destroy the heart of the Tenno, the Lotus receives assistance from Alad V, but fail to stop the Shadow Stalker from revealing the Tenno's weakness: the Reservoir on Lua, hidden by the Lotus in the Void.

Upon discovering the Tenno's true form, however, the Shadow Stalker hesitates, confused if he himself was a Tenno. He leaves, but later resolves himself to fight the Tenno on board their Orbiter. He gains the upper hand until the Warframe destroys the greatsword, causing the Stalker to seemingly experience immense pain before vanishing.

Operation: Shadow Debt

For Alad V's interference in The Second Dream, the Stalker sends his Acolytes - warriors as mysterious as the Stalker himself - to hunt him. Alad V invokes his favor from the Tenno and has them repel the Acolytes.

The New War

The Stalker still serves under Hunhow after the fall of Origin System and the rise of Narmer. He has reverted to his original appearance, though Hunhow still addresses him as his Shadow. He slaughters Narmer forces led by Ka-Nuteru, who were hunting the Stalker.

To protect the Lotus from Ballas, Erra, and Narmer, Hunhow allies with the Drifter. The Stalker gives them the Nataruk Nataruk bow and assists them in fighting Erra's Archons.


Through the mysterious powers of the Void and Conceptual Embodiment, an unlikely ally in the form of the Stalker Stalker "Warframe" is able to appear in Duviri and lend his assistance to the Drifter.

The Reaper's Lament

Hunhow, feeling regrets with his own family, urges the Stalker to make amends with the Tenno, to wield the scythe once more (an instrument of cultivation, growth, and love, unlike War War that only kills indiscriminately), and let go of the past, as the Orokin weren't worthy of his loyalty. When the Stalker refuses, Hunhow warns that he will always have a target painted on his back and that his "actions will have consequences".

Jade Shadows

Stalker continues to secretly care for the Warframe who saved him, known as JadeIcon272 Jade, whose health is deteriorating from unknown causes. Despite Hunhow's suggestions, he raids a Corpus ship for medical-grade bioplasma, catching the attention of a Captain Xeto, though the bioplasma fails to revitalize Jade, while Corpus forces track him down to his lair, and he eradicates the initial raiding party.

As per Hunhow's advice, he teleports onto the Tenno's Orbiter, and after avoiding Ordis, sneaks into the Transference Room and confronts the Operator and convinces them to help Jade. The Operator directs Stalker to harvest Cortichrome from an Infested Juggernaut Behemoth. Xeto also tracks down Stalker and deduces he is attempting to heal someone, and sends Corpus forces to occupy his lair.

When he arrives however, the Operator informs the Stalker that whatever is draining Jade's life force, she is not fighting against it. When the Stalker demands the Tenno try helping her anyway, their solution ends up not being enough to save Jade; she is revealed to be pregnant, her declining health implied to be caused by the baby she is carrying. She passes during childbirth, dissolving her form and leaving behind an infant baby.

The newfound baby seems to empower Stalker with parts of Jade's power making him and his weapon glow green as he begins fleeing with the child, fighting the Corpus who have occupied his lair in the meantime. When he emerges from the elevator at the surface, however, Xeto and her crew of Corpus fire upon him, bringing him to his knees. Upon hearing the child cry however, Xeto commands her crew to stop firing, and they let Stalker pass and board his ship, where he flees.

Afterwards, he arrives on Lua, reliving a past conversation with Jade, swearing to protect his family. He names the child Sirius or Orion.

Hunhow later notifies the Tenno that the Stalker has fled his lair, and claims that he will not be returning.

Spawn Possibilities and Combat

Players will be marked by killing certain bosses during Assassination missions and being given a Death Mark. Then the Stalker can spawn in almost any player-accessible mission. The exceptions which prohibit his appearance are:

At least one squad member must be marked for death by the Stalker before he will have a chance of spawning.

Upon being marked for death, the target Tenno will receive an inbox message from the Stalker (marked as ???). After this message is received, the game will calculate the Stalker's chance to spawn in a valid mission according to the following formula:

Spawn Chance = 1.5% + (0.5% × P); P = Players in Squad marked for death.

Thus with squad line-ups of 1 to 4 marked players the chances of spawn are 2%, 2.5%, 3% and 3.5% respectively for each possible combination.

Like other Assassin spawns there are special screen darkening effects announcing his arrival, although not all effects apply to squadmates. When the Stalker spawn starts, the targeted Tenno will experience the screen briefly flickering in a dark red hue accompanied with a hushing sound effect. Other squadmates will see the screen darken and a faint shadow of the Stalker flickering behind them. The target will receive a transmission, taunting the Tenno in question with threatening messages. After three taunts, the tileset will enter lockdown, and the Stalker will appear briefly invincible kneeling in a puff of black smoke before proceeding to attack the targeted player.

If the targeted Tenno is killed, the Stalker will again kneel and vanish into another cloud of smoke, proclaiming his victory and that justice was served. If his health drops below 10% before he manages to kill his target, he will attempt to flee, announcing his shock at his failure, though he can still take damage and occasionally be killed up until he despawns.

If he is defeated (regardless of whether he successfully fled or was accidentally killed), there is a chance for him to drop various loot items, such as a mod or a resource, or even blueprints for one of his weapons. As a boss, he always drops one Mod from his mod drop table.

If JadeIcon272 Jade is present, Stalker will immediately despawn and drop his usual loot.


The Stalker appears to don a unique, one-of-a-kind Warframe; completely immune to all Warframe abilities, regardless of whether they affect him directly or indirectly. He is furthermore capable of casting a wide variety of abilities from multiple Warframes, some of them with a unique variant exclusive to him.

His known used abilities are:

  • SlashDash130xWhite Slash Dash (variant) – The Stalker will usually start the fight by charging at his target with Hate Hate, heavily damaging any targets in the way (akin to the version of this ability in previous updates). After this, he will usually switch to Dread Dread or Despair Despair. This is an ability belonging to ExcaliburIcon272 Excalibur.
  • SmokeScreen130xWhite Smoke Screen (variant) – The Stalker may occasionally disappear from sight during the battle, during which he will use Teleport in tandem to his invisibility to move erratically across the battlefield. This is an ability belonging to AshIcon272 Ash, but with a significantly longer duration.
  • Teleport130xWhite Teleport – If the Stalker is currently using Hate, he will often teleport behind players and use Hate to strike the unsuspecting Tenno. He usually uses this ability in tandem with his Smoke Screen to unpredictably move across the battlefield. This, too, is another ability belonging to AshIcon272 Ash.
  • Reckoning130xWhite Reckoning (variant) – Activated roughly 10 meters towards allies who are supporting the victim player. All those who are caught by the ability are held in the initial Reckoning trance for a short duration, allowing the Stalker to resume attacking his target unimpeded. This is an ability belonging to OberonIcon272 Oberon but without the slamming.
  • Pull130xWhite Pull – Rarely used, if the players are out of his aiming range, he may use this ability to pull a faraway target towards him—which in turn stuns the players. This is an ability belonging to MagIcon272 Mag.
  • Absorb130xWhite Absorb – This is the Stalker's desperate and possibly most deadly ability. If he is low on health, he will use this ability to absorb all damage and repels it back towards nearby players, which may prove to be fatal for high-damaging players. This is an ability belonging to NyxIcon272 Nyx.


The Stalker is capable of dealing significant damage, comparable to a well-equipped Tenno, and can easily destroy an entire squad if they are caught unprepared. It is important to warn squad-mates when the Stalker begins his taunts so that they can prepare for the upcoming fight. It is also important to stay close to other squad members so that if he does manage to take his target down, the squad can revive them before they bleed out. Note that the Stalker will despawn once the targeted player goes down, even if they are revived before completely bleeding out.

There are several ways to deal with the Stalker once he spawns, such as constant movement, tanking, and / or fighting with Melee weapons. The Stalker will often use abilities from other Warframes, which should be avoided if it at all possible.

If the targeted player attempts to run from the Stalker, he will occasionally teleport behind them and engage in melee attacks, similar to the Grineer Flameblade. The Stalker has also been known to SlashDash130xWhite Slash Dash towards a ranged target, dealing potentially lethal damage upon impact. He may also use Pull130xWhite Pull to drag his victim back towards him. When in melee combat, Stalker can stagger his target by striking with Hate Hate at just the right moment. He may also attempt to evade melee combat by back-flipping away from the engaging player. If the Stalker's health gets too low, he can cast Absorb130xWhite Absorb, forming a shield bubble around him which absorbs all incoming damage and explodes outward, dealing 100% of absorbed damage as DmgMagneticSmall64 Magnetic damage to players within range, draining their Energy, and inflicting a Knockdown.

When actually fighting the Stalker, it has been found that fighting at range while on the move is particularly useful, as Dread Dread is less powerful than Hate Hate and Despair Despair, all 3 of his weapons can be blocked to negate all damage (note that this does not block potential status procs). In addition, having Mod TT 20px Reflection can reflect some of the Stalker's damage back to him, largely eliminating the necessity of risking death in counterattacks with a player's own weapons. Do note, however, that the Hate staggers players who parry its blows, leaving you open to attack.

High burst-DPS weapons such as beam weapons and shotguns are also highly effective; with the right weapons and mod configurations, many players can kill the Stalker before he has a chance to attack. It should be noted that he may use Reckoning to negate taking large amounts of damage.

It is critical to avoid firing on him when he casts Absorb130xWhite Absorb, as the resulting explosion deals not only the ability's base damage, but also any damage the sphere takes before the explosion and can be very damaging and even fatal.

Other Notes

  • The Stalker typically only attacks his marked target, but he has been known to engage other party members and even enemies if the target is out of range or out of his line of sight. This can be used in large rooms or invasions to make the fight easier. All allies in Invasions will prioritize the Stalker (or any other assassin) over regular enemies.
    • Though extra buffs are purged, actions which modify existing stats (such as player shields and health) are still effective, such as the shield and / or health effects of Blessing130xWhite Blessing and Shield Polarize.
    • Stalkers Dispel will also not affect any charged ScarabSwarm130xWhite Scarab Armor of InarosIcon272 Inaros.
    • Stalker will Dispel Cat's Eye from a Kavat however.
  • Players may be able to avoid the Stalker's attacks by keeping 50 meters of distance between the target and Stalker, but due to the frequency of his Teleport130xWhite Teleport, this may be impossible to achieve.
  • It may be significantly harder for the targeted player to avoid or maintain distance from the Stalker when they are the host of a multi-player session, as there is no latency while he targets the player and tracks their movements.[citation needed]
  • When Stalker spawns, the current section of the tileset goes into lockdown. Depending on which tileset players are on, there is a possibility that it can be released by Hacking, either manually or with a Cipher.
  • If mission objectives are already complete, players can rush to extraction to complete the mission, avoiding having to fight Stalker entirely.
  • Taking on the Stalker in Operator form can make the fight easier, though it'd be advisable to make sure your equipped amp is up to the task.


Main article: Stalker (Playable)

A playable version of the Stalker appears in Duviri upon acquiring Drifter Intrinsics Opportunity Rank 10. He is functionally equivalent to a Warframe, with a passive that grants 300% critical chance to enemies that do not see him, and the abilities Teleport130xWhite Teleport, Marked130xWhite Marked (similar to MarkedForDeath130xWhite Marked For Death), SmokeScreen130xWhite Smoke Screen, and Punishment130xWhite Punishment (similar to NyxIcon272 Nyx's Absorb130xWhite Absorb).


  • If a player is "taxied" (invited to a node/planet they have not unlocked) to a boss fight, they will not receive Stalker's mark for any boss fight they are taxied to as long as they have not unlocked the planet. If the planet is unlocked already but the node is not when the player is taxied, the boss node and those around it will be unlocked and all subsequent runs of the battle will not earn the player Stalker's mark so long as they are not hosting/playing the mission solo.
  • The Stalker can drop the rare resource (save for Orokin Cells which have their own entry on his drop table) of the current planet when defeated.
  • There is a delay of 30 to 280 seconds (~4 minutes) before the Stalker will spawn in a given mission.
  • The Stalker has a base spawn level of 30 while partially influenced by the level of enemies in the mission his level.
  • Normally, upon reaching 10% health, the Stalker will announce his failure to defeat the targeted player, kneel, and disappear in a puff of smoke. An excessive amount of damage that fully depletes his health before he can do this will cause him to fall over similar to a downed player, but he will disappear in smoke either way. He may sometimes glitch in this case; not disappearing, becoming invulnerable and frozen.
  • If kept about 10 meters away while in smoke form and constantly taking fire from the player, the Stalker may stop teleporting and simply drift slightly on the spot until he is defeated, making the fight trivial.
  • Prior to Hotfix 11.0.5 (2013-11-23), the Stalker had a 5% spawn chance. It has since been reduced.
  • As of Update 11.6 (2014-01-08), the Stalker's (and incidentally Zanuka Hunter's) spawn chance was modified from 2.5% flat spawn chance to 1.5% + 0.5% per player. This update also introduced Death Marks for all existing Assassins.
  • If more than one player has a death mark from the Stalker, he might target other marked players and kill them if they engage him; however, upon downing his newly selected target, he will immediately leave and his attention will revert to his original target if it is within line of sight.
  • As of Update 18.5 (2016-03-04), the Stalker will not appear to attack players using any Warframe under Rank 10.
  • A Stalker mark can be gained quickly by repeatedly running the assassination for the Hyena Pack on Psamathe, Neptune, as both Hyenas have a chance to give a mark.
  • If more than one Stalker Beacon is used in a mission, the user will be prompted with an error sound and no beacons will be consumed.
  • Death Marks stack. This means that players can acquire Stalker Death Marks by killing different Bosses. Should the Stalker make his appearance and be slain, the Death Marks do not disappear all at once, meaning players will encounter him again on different missions.
  • Players are unable to abort the Mission while the Stalker is present.
  • If Protector Stalker spawns in a mission, while one of the squadmates is playing as Jade, he will refuse to fight, dropping his loot and simply fleeing a few seconds after spawning instead.


  • Digital Extremes staff has been known to occasionally "hijack" the AI Stalker as a player character under their control. A more refined version of this "Stalker Mode" was presented during TennoCon, where selected players were allowed to hunt down others and has since returned from time to time during Prime Time streams.
  • His internal name (in the game files) is simply "Assassin".
  • Apart from his unique helmet, his Excalibur body is also (now) somewhat unique, as he still uses an older version of Excalibur (which is also still used by Nyx) before he received a slight overhaul to his textures and color channels, most noticeably at the outer arm pieces and the cables on his neck sides which are more of a shiny grey whereas the updated Excalibur textures have them of a darker, matted color.
  • Before Update 36.0 (2024-06-18), Stalker was voiced by WARFRAME's audio director George Spanos, who also voiced with Lieutenant Lech Kril. After Update 36.0 (2024-06-18), Stalker has been redubbed by Gianni Matragrano.
  • The Stalker's favorite breakfast food is "sugar crisps" according to [DE]Steve as jokingly stated on Prime Time #190.
  • Before Update 18.0 (2015-12-03), the Stalker communicated with the Tenno with indecipherable whispers.
  • This taunt is actually played in reverse. The actual message heard is a long, drawn out message that simply and repeatedly says "Death" at varying speeds.
  • The voice lines are still used for the Acolytes.
  • The Stalker has his own theme when encountered:
  • As of Update 7.11 (2013-05-17), the Stalker's loadout was altered to his signature load-out. Before this update, his arsenal was comprised of a Cronus Cronus and a BratonVandal Braton Vandal.
  • As with all assassins, prior to Update 16.2 (2015-04-01), the Stalker used to drop his sigil as a rare drop upon death. This was changed to allow a player to get his sigil as a drop the first time he was killed.
  • Assassinating Corrupted Vor does not grant a Death Mark.
  • A Death Mark is acquired from the Stalker upon killing a valid boss, not upon completing a mission (i.e. a boss can be killed and the mission aborted or failed and the player will still receive a warning from the Stalker).
  • Due to the Stalker's rather lenient spawn options, he had some more unusual appearances in the past before a stricter ruleset was applied to him:
    • In the now replaced old Tutorial (if replayed by veteran players with a death mark).
    • During the Mastery Rank tests.
  • Weirdly, despite consistently appearing in promotional materials or ingame dioramas, the Stalker helmet does not have any glowing "eye" part on the front.
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  • During The Second Dream Quest, the Lotus says that the "truth" of the Tenno Reservoir "drove the Stalker to madness".
    • During The Second Dream, Hunhow rhetorically asks the Stalker "Who destroyed the Orokin, your way of life?" further suggesting that he might have been aligned with the Orokin or perhaps one of the Orokin himself.
    • It is possible that the Stalker himself is confused about or does not remember his true nature and origins. This is hinted at by this line spoken by Hunhow during The Second Dream Quest: "You're asking yourself... Was I one of these wretched things? You know the answer. You still hate them... you still hate... yourself."


  • If the Stalker spawns in the Orokin Derelict and there happens to be a lot of infested in the room and the room happens to be really big, when the target player moves far enough away from the Stalker he will forget about the player and start targeting infested instead. He will attack his target if it comes back into range or most infested have been killed.
  • Having Mod TT 20px Guardian equipped on your sentinel will allow his Dread to deal no health damage if the damage were to surpass your shield limit. This only happens when the Guardian is not on cooldown.
  • When the Stalker is killed during a mission, the mission complete music is replaced with the Stalker theme. The same thing happens to the defense music, you will continually hear the Stalker music during the wave. After finishing the mission, it will return to normal music.
  • The Stalker may sometimes cast Absorb as soon as he is defeated. This will cause him to immediately disappear right as he finishes his ability. (The damage from Absorb will still trigger).
  • Sometimes, the Stalker may say that the player has killed a boss other than the most recent one killed (ex.The Stalker may state that the player has killed Lech Kril, despite the player not even having Kril's system unlocked).
  • The Stalker will sometimes taunt and attack players below Warframe rank 5 though this occurrence is extremely rare unless the player is in a lobby with another player who has the deathmark.

Patch History

Update 36.0 (2024-06-18)

  • Increased (Shadow) Stalker’s drop rate for Despair, Scimitar Engines Blueprint, Hate, War, and Broken War to 11.73% each.
    • Dread’s drop chance has been reduced on both Stalker (64.8%) and Shadow Stalker (41.33%) to compensate.
    • Note: The Drop Chance of rolling a reward from this Drop Table is unchanged (i.e. 50%).

Hotfix 35.5.6 (2024-04-10)

  • Fixed being unable to complete Deep Archimedea missions due to Stalker spawning in.
    • This was due to Stalker spawning on the other side of locked doors, preventing players from completing the mission. We’ve disabled Stalker spawning into (including Stalker Beacon) Albrecht’s Laboratories missions to prevent this and similar issues from reoccurring in Deep Archimedea and the base missions.

Update 35.5 (2024-03-27)

  • Fixed Stalkers spawned using the Stalker Beacons sometimes attacking after their death.

Hotfix 35.0.4 (2023-12-20)

  • Fixed Stalker being able to drop multiple items in Munio Mirror Defense.

Hotfix 31.6.2 (2022-06-15)

  • Fixed script error that would occur when aborting a mission while Stalker was in the middle of his spawn-in sequence.

Update 30.9 (2021-11-11)

  • Fixed being able to get multiple drops from Stalker, while only using one beacon.

Hotfix 29.5.4 (2020-11-25)

  • Stalker and Acolytes have been given the fancy “boss Health bar” treatment!

Hotfix 24.2.8 (2019-01-15)

  • Stalker’s Smoke Screen ability now has a 20 second cooldown.
  • Fixed players panicking and fleeing the mission causing Stalker to get stuck and preventing mission progress.
  • Fixed Stalker not being fully invulnerable during his spawn/getup sequence.

Hotfix 24.1.2 (2018-11-29)

  • Fixed an issue with lockdown alarm lights not shutting off after the Stalker leaves.

Update 23.10 (2018-10-12)

  • Fixed Stalker and Zanuka unable to target players after being Enthralled by Revenant or Chaos'd by Nyx, even after Ability expires.

Hotfix 23.1.2 (2018-07-24)

  • Fixed an issue where the Stalker could get stuck in walls in certain levels.

Update 22.20 (2018-05-17)

  • Fixed Stalker sometimes not spawning in the “Protect the Moon” mission of the Second Dream.

Update 22.16 (2018-03-15)

  • Fixed Nyx’s Mind Control affecting the Stalker and causing him to walk around like he lost something.

Hotfix 22.11.1 (2018-02-06)

  • Fixed Stalker going too far with the whole "I'm a badass trolling jerk" routine by initiating permanent lockdown in Void/Derelict/Lua missions.

Update 22.10 (2018-01-25)

  • Disabled Stalker, Arc traps, and random transmissions during some quest missions.

Update 22.0 (2017-10-12)

  • Fixed the Stalker spawning at the very end of a Void Fissure Defense mission while you’re invulnerable.

Update 21.6 (2017-08-29)

  • Specific Auto-generated messages will be removed from your Inbox 30 days after opening them to clean up some unnecessary database space.
    • Affecting Stalker Death Marks.

Hotfix 21.0.8 (2017-07-13)

  • The Stalker can no longer apply Nyx's passive to disarm enemies hit with Absorb due to being so powerful it crashed your game. Stalker pls.

Hotfix 21.0.4 (2017-07-05)

  • Fixed Stalker ‘whooshing’ and other sounds being too loud. Fear the whoosh!

Hotfix: The Silver Grove 2 (2016-08-22)

  • Fixed Dynamic music not switching when the Stalker appears.

Hotfix: Specters of the Rail 2.1 (2016-08-10)

  • Updated the Burston mesh in the Stalker diorama.

Hotfix 18.12.2 (2016-05-20)

  • Made optimizations to reduce stuttering when a Tenno or Stalker joins your mission in progress.

Hotfix 18.5.6 (2016-03-10)

  • Fixed the Shadow Stalkers blueprint drop rate not having been properly increased to match the normal Stalker’s drop rate increase - this was indeed an oversight.

Hotfix 18.5.4 (2016-03-07)

  • Fixed an issue caused by the Stalker activating alert lockdowns when appearing in Missions on Orokin Moon tilesets.

Update 18.5 (2016-03-04)

  • The Stalker will no longer appear to attack players wearing a Warframe under Rank 10.
  • The Stalker’s blueprint drop chance has been increased to 50%.
  • Fixed hacking terminals becoming unhackable if the Stalker teleports a player mid-using the terminal.
  • Fixed the Stalker’s Acolytes looking like Excalibur in the Codex.

Hotfix 18.4.11 (2016-02-12)

  • A message will now be shown to indicate when a G3/Zanuka/Stalker 'bait/mark' can not be used in a mission.
  • Fixed an issue where the Shadow Stalker was not being spawned for eligible players who were using Stalker Bait.

Hotfix 18.4.6 (2016-02-01)

  • Fixed Defense Missions not spawning enemies after a Host Migration after the Stalker has appeared.
  • Added a 'Stalker' category to Codex enemies.
  • Reduced the amount of Stalker VO taunts that could play during a Mission down to 3.

Hotfix 18.4.1 (2016-01-25)

  • Stalker's Acolytes introduced.

Update 18.2 (2016-01-05)

  • Fixed Void Interception Missions ending while Captain Vor or the Stalker is still alive.

Update 18.1 (2015-12-16)

  • Shadow Stalker will now be granted immunity to physical damage types separately (i.e. Puncture, Slash, Impact).

Hotfix 18.0.7 (2015-12-11)

  • Fixed the Stalker appearing in the Shadow Stalker's Codex Diorama entry.

Hotfix 18.0.5 (2015-12-08)

  • Sentient Stalker now drops War and Broken-War blueprints.
  • Fixed the Stalker showing up in the Shadow Stalker's Codex entry.
  • Fixed two Shadow Stalkers appearing in the Codex under the Shadow Stalker's Codex entry.
  • Fixed color pigments not properly dropping from the Shadow Stalker.

Hotfix 18.0.4 (2015-12-08)

  • Made slight adjustments to the Stalker and Hunhow's VO FX in the Second Dream.

Hotfix 18.0.2 (2015-12-04)

  • Visual improvements have been made to the Stalker's armor.
  • Adjusted the frequency of the Stalker's whisper VO on his appearance.

Update 18.0 (2015-12-03)

  • Shadow Stalker introduced.
  • Stalker Beacons introduced.

Update 17.7 (2015-10-14)

  • Fixed Frost’s passive freeze ability working on ability-immune enemies like the Stalker.

Update 16.10 (2015-06-25)

  • Fixed an issue causing the Stalker’s Codex entry to be in English for all regions.

Hotfix 16.4.2 (2015-04-24)

  • Fixed an issue where Stalker-like enemies could make the Event mission break.

Hotfix 15.14.1 (2015-02-14)

  • The Stalker, Grustrag 3 and Zanuka will no longer be summoned in Syndicate Missions.

Update 15.13 (2015-02-05)

  • Loot waypoints can now be set for Syndicate Medallions, Oberon Blueprints and Stalker weapon Blueprints. These waypoint markers will be much clearer in what you’re alerting your squadmates of.

Update 15.5 (2014-11-27)

  • Fixed Stalker music blending in with level music in some instances.

Update 15.3 (2014-11-20)

  • Fixed Stalker’s music not looping.

Update 15.2 (2014-11-13)

  • Fixed continued issues with Stalker not spawning properly.

Hotfix 15.1.2 (2014-11-08)

  • Fixed another instance of lockdown’s not ending correctly after the Stalker leaves.
  • Fixed an instance of the Stalker getting stuck in waiting to spawn mode on Interception and Defense maps.

Hotfix (2014-11-05)

  • Fixed doors and hack panels locked by the Stalker not always unlocking after he leaves.

Update 15.1 (2014-11-05)

  • Stalker/Miniboss Changes:
    • Stalker will now activate lockdown when he Spawns.
    • All minibosses will now be targeted less frequently by other enemies in a given mission.
    • Better spawning logic and placement for all miniboss type enemies.
    • Perhaps certain minibosses now have a chance to drop a Sigil…

Hotfix 15.0.8 (2014-10-29)

  • Fixed the Stalker and other minibosses appearing on quest missions which could break the mission.

Hotfix 15.0.7 (2014-10-28)

  • Tweaked a number of Stalker sound effects.
  • Improved the performance of the Stalker's initial loading into a level.

Hotfix 15.0.6 (2014-10-27)

  • Stalker ability cancel ability can close rifts. Prevents people from just using Banish or Tear in Space to avoid being hurt by the Stalker.

Hotfix 15.0.5 (2014-10-27)

  • Rift Walk can now be disabled by the Stalker.

Update 14.10 (2014-10-08)

  • Fixed the Stalker taking shield damage during his intro and outro animation sequence.
  • Fixed clients being able to damage the Stalker’s health during intro and outro animation sequences if there is a laggy host.

Hotfix 14.8.1 (2014-09-25)

  • Fixed continued issue where Stalker and other minibosses could appear during the claim reward/continue screen in Defense and Interception missions.

Update 14.7 (2014-09-17)

  • Fixed an issue with Stalker related blueprints not appearing at the end of match screen correctly.

Update 14.2 (2014-08-13)

  • Banshee's Silence no longer affects the Stalker.

Hotfix 14.0.6 (2014-07-22)

  • The Stalker can now deactivate Hall of Mirrors.

Hotfix 13.7.1 (2014-06-12)

  • Fixed issues where Void Vor (or Stalker) can spawn and kill you during Defense selection screen.

Hotfix 13.0.6 (2014-04-17)

  • Prevent Stalker and other hunter type enemies from showing up during Defense waves that end in the "Continue?" prompt.

Update 13.0 (2014-04-09)

  • Improved the Stalker and other hunter AI types targeting selection so as to ensure that they do not attack low level players.

Update 12.6 (2014-03-26)

  • Removed Slash Dash from Stalker’s drops and replaced with Rare Fusion Core.
  • Fixed an issue with the Stalker's health not properly scaling to player level. Prior to this, Stalker had perpetual 450 health due to a bug. He will now scale properly; beware Tenno.

Hotfix 12.4.2 (2014-03-07)

  • Fixed Zephyr’s Tornado and Vauban’s Vortex being able to ragdoll harder enemies (Minibosses like Stalker, etc). The Tornado will still deal DOT, but it won’t ragdoll. It is now consistent with other ragdoll-esque powers.

Update 12.4 (2014-03-05)

  • Fixed music not starting on clients and G3/Stalker/Harvester music not playing on clients.
  • Adjusted brightness of Stalker’s bow string to fix colour bleeding.

Update 12.3 (2014-02-27)

  • Fixed music not restarting after Stalker/Harvester appears.

Hotfix 11.7.3 (2014-01-17)

  • Added clarity and exposure to the Stalker/Harvester Systems in game. Two things to note here:
    • When you become eligible to be hunted by either foe, you will know… you will be contacted ... look out.
    • If you are already eligible, their contact cycle will begin once you have faced them and re-qualify.

Update 11.3 (2013-12-12)

  • Stalker should be smarter about picking travel points to approach the targeted player.

Hotfix 11.1.3 (2013-11-29)

  • Fixed Stalker spawning during defense mission “leave/continue” dialog.

Hotfix 11.0.3 (2013-11-22)

  • Stalker continually increasing his defenses and snapping out of buggy states. Look out, Tenno.

Update 11.0 (2013-11-20)

  • Stalker has been improving his melee combo techniques.

Hotfix 10.7.1 (2013-11-08)

  • Stalker has practiced against Frost’s Snowglobe and is no longer affected.

Update 10.7 (2013-11-06)

  • Fixed the Stalker's melee combo sometimes getting stuck in a restarting loop on client.

Hotfix 10.6.2 (2013-11-05)

  • Fixed sentinel's ghost ability not being cancelled by the Stalker.
  • Improvements and potentially fixed bug where Stalker would become unresponsive.

Hotfix 10.5.1 (2013-10-24)

  • Fix for invulnerable Stalker.

Update 9.6 (2013-08-16)

  • Fixed the Stalker dropping blueprints 100% of the time.

Update 8.0 (2013-05-23)

  • Stalker now drops the Dread, Despair, and Hate

Update 7.11 (2013-05-17)

  • Stalker now has a Paris and a scythe weapon.
    • Changed loadout from the Braton Vandal and Cronus or Scindo to the Dread, Despair, and Hate.

Update 7.8 (2013-04-19)

  • Fixed Stalker sound not being affected by in game audio settings.

Update 7.7 (2013-04-03)

  • Fixed Stalker's head not appearing on Clients.

Update 7.5 (2013-03-28)

  • Stalker will no longer hunt anyone using a less than level 5 Warframe.

Update 7.1 (2013-03-19)

  • Fix Stalker attacking low level players.
  • Fix Stalker attacking Defense object.

Update 7.0 (2013-03-18)

  • Introduced.

Last updated: Hotfix 24.1.2 (2018-11-29)

See also