The common Legion Stalker plods along the ground in a living tide, deployed by the Legion in swarms numbering in the millions of creatures. While the Winged variety chokes the skies with their teeming masses, the common Stalker creates a virtual carpet of living flesh, claws, and teeth between the ranks of their larger brethren.
Individually, a stalker is quite harmless – skulking away in fear from any perceived threat. In mass numbers, a swarm of Stalkers devour anything in their path, rolling over opposition in an unstoppable mob. There appears to be little in the way of intelligence in a common Stalker – they are simply pointed towards the enemy, and set loose – one following the other in a mindless march of destruction.
Common Stalkers have a tough, leathery hide, and are augmented with thick, interlocking metal plates along their backs. Stalkers move along on four small, but strong legs, and are often armed with the same microwave emitters that are wielded by most lesser Legion battle constructs.
A Stalker Unit contains 25 Stalker models, single pose.