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| name        = Dark Stalker
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| name        = Dark stalker
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| image      = [[File:Dark stalker.jpg|250px|A dark stalker.]]
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[[File:Dark stalker 2.jpg|thumb|left|250px|A dark stalker [[occultist]].]]
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'''Dark stalkers''' are the sibling race to the smaller [[dark creeper]]s who dwell in [[Golarion]]'s [[Darklands]]. Together they form a physically dimorphic society known as the [[dark folk]]. Dark stalkers are the undisputed leaders of the Dark folk. They typically pair up with a [[dark caller]] to help guide their clan and use the [[dark creeper]]s to do the grunt work.<ref>{{Cite book/Bestiary (1E)|54}}</ref>
  
'''Dark stalkers''' are the sibling race to the smaller [[dark creeper]]s who dwell in [[Golarion]]'s [[Darklands]].  Together they form a physically dimorphic society known as the [[dark folk]]. Dark stalkers are the undisputed leaders of the Dark folk. They typically pair up with a [[dark caller]] to help guide their clan and use the [[dark creeper]]s to do the grunt work. <ref>{{Cite book/Bestiary (1E)|54}}</ref>
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Dark stalkers typically stand tall at 6 feet, but exceptionally thin, weighing only 100 pounds. Their pale skin is covered with exceptionally clean wrappings over black leather armor.  
 
Dark stalkers typically stand tall at 6 feet, but exceptionally thin, weighing only 100 pounds. Their pale skin is covered with exceptionally clean wrappings over black leather armor.  
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Dark stalker
A dark stalker.
(Creature)
Type Humanoid
(dark folk)
CR 4
Environment any underground
Alignment
Images of dark stalkers

Source: Pathfinder RPG Bestiary, pg(s). 54

Dark stalkers are the sibling race to the smaller dark creepers who dwell in Golarion's Darklands. Together they form a physically dimorphic society known as the dark folk. Dark stalkers are the undisputed leaders of the Dark folk. They typically pair up with a dark caller to help guide their clan and use the dark creepers to do the grunt work.[1]

Appearance

Dark stalkers typically stand tall at 6 feet, but exceptionally thin, weighing only 100 pounds. Their pale skin is covered with exceptionally clean wrappings over black leather armor.

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