Stalker

STALKER

The Stalker is the ultimate sneak-attack specialist

Deceptive, shifty and speedy, the Stalker is a beacon-capping invisible blur on the battlefield perfect for taking on tricky opponents

Stalker

 

Specs:

Robot Class: Light

Combat Type(s): Beacon Capper, Hit-and-Run Combat, Support Bot

Required Account Level: 20

Abilities: Stealth – Hide from enemy radars and move about without fear of lock on. Duration: 8 seconds. Cooldown: 16 seconds.

Hardpoints: 2 Light Hardpoints

Default Weapon(s): 2 Punisher

Purchase Cost: 500 (Au)

Skins: Werewolf (2,500 Au), T-Rex (2,500 Au), Toro (750 Au), Sandstorm (500 Au)

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Game Description:

Nimble, imperceptible and inexorable, if need be. Able to temporarily activate Stealth. While in Stealth mode, Stalker disappears from enemy radars and can’t be locked on.

Who doesn’t love a good time? The Stalker is one of the most popular characters on the War Robots’ roster due to its blistering pace, Stealth ability and, when used by experienced pilots, lethal to some of the most powerful bots in the game. Sneaking up behind a terrifying Lancelot? Slowly making your way towards a furious Fury sniper? Goodbye, 5,000 gold bot!

Unfortunately the Stalker has lost some of its luster due to the awesomely-powered Dash bots trio, however until you reach the highest tiers of the game the Stalker can remain a part of any well-balanced hangar.

The Stalker makes its mark with the Stealth ability, able to hide from enemy lock on for 8 seconds. While not foolproof or able to avoid Splash damage, pilots will be able to cross large swaths of occupied land without a scratch. A 16-second cooldown is required afterwards so make sure you plan ahead for cover. At higher tiers, the Stalker’s relatively high health for a light bot doesn’t take long to deplete. Grab beacons, chip away at enemy bots’ health and try not to get caught!

As for weaponry, make sure you level up some Magnums for a proper Ninja Stalker. Dual Pinatas at a high level can also be lethal to enemies at close range. This is the fastest bot in the game once it hits level 9 at 66 km/h, so make sure to utilize that pace to your advantage! The new Gust short-range shotgun is a killer on a leveled-up Stalker!

To purchase a Stalker from the store, you’ll need to invest 3,268,740 Silver and 14 days’ time in order to gather enough Workshop Points (using all six WSP slots and no Gold). Stalker is now available for 500 Au.

War Robots Stalker

Upgrading (1st Cycle)

Level Cost (Ag) Health Speed (Km/H) Time
1 500 Au 46,000 50
2 30,000 49,000 52 5 minutes
3 60,000 52,000 54 2 hours
4 100,000 55,000 56 4 hours
5 200,000 59,000 58 10 hours
6 300,000 63,000 60 14 hours
7 500,000 67,000 62 1 day 8 hours
8 800,000 71,000 64 1 day 16 hours
9 1,500,000 75,000 66 2 days 6 hours
10 2,000,000 80,000 66 2 days 18 hours
11 4,000,000 85,000 66 4 days 14 hours
12 7,000,000 90,000 66 5 days 10 hours

Total Silver: 16,490,000

Total Time: 19 days, 6 hours and 5 minutes

Upgrading (MK2)

Level Cost (Ag) Health Speed (Km/H) Time
1 500 (Au) 55,200 50
2 30,000 58,800 52 5 minutes
3 60,000 62,400 54 2 hours
4 100,000 66,000 56 4 hours
5 200,000 70,800 58 10 hours
6 300,000 75,600 60 14 hours
7 500,000 80,400 62 1 day 8 hours
8 800,000 85,200 64 1 day 16 hours
9 1,500,000 90,000 66 2 days 6 hours
10 2,000,000 96,000 66 2 days 18 hours
11 4,000,000 102,000 66 4 days 14 hours
12 7,000,000 108,000 66 5 days 10 hours

Total Silver: 16,490,000

Total Time: 19 days, 6 hours and 5 minutes

MK2 Levels 1-12 cost the same in terms of time and currency. A 20% health bonus is added per level along with “added durability.”

Recommended Robot Setups: Ninja Stalker with dual Magnum, Pinata, Aphid, Gust

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