Bandit Stalker is a ) Unit of the Bandit faction. This common card was released with the Renegade Edition and has 2 affinity variants, Nature and Shadow, but not a promo version.
The Bandit Stalker is a peculiar unit employed by the Skylords. Its shield piercing bite offers some advantage against ice shields, but it can adapt to hunting beasts.
This card has been changed already, compared to its original appearance in BattleForge.
LoreThis card has no associated lore.
The gifted affinity offers a 1/4 value of damage piercing, ensuring that at least 188 of its attack power is bypassing shields and damage reduction.Additionally, this affinity inflicts double damage against any Beast-type creature, amplifying its attack strength to 1500, with 375 of that bypassing shields and damage reduction.
The tainted affinity offers a 1/2 value of damage piercing, ensuring that at least 375 of its attack power is bypassing shields and damage reduction.This affinity is most powerful against opposing forces that are often under shields or defensive buffs.
Notes & Strategies
Bandit Stalkers are rather unimpressive units that rely on the proper matchup to serve a valid purpose.
The Gifted affinity, while weaker against defensive measures has a significant boost in damage when hunting Beast-types.The Tainted affinity has a higher rate of piercing, giving an edge against foes with many defenses.
The affinity that you choose to take with you will determine the kinds of foes you are gearing to fight.
- Gifted Affinity
It is not advisable to bring this affinity when fighting Stonekin and Bandits as these both have very few or no beasts in their arsenal.
- Tainted Affinity
This affinity is geared towards defeating shielded foes. Opponents such as the Stonekin Earthkeeper or the Bandit Sorceress are good targets for this affinity.It is not advised to bring this affinity when facing the Twilight, as they tend to never use shields.
Random PvEThe Bandit Stalker is not a viable choice in RPvE. Neither affinity can truly justify its use, not to mention its overall unimpressive stats do not particularly aid in a push.
PvPBandit Stalkers are an incredibly niche pick with very little going for it. Seen as an underwhelming card, most players do not take this into PvP.
- (Gifted) Bandit Stalkers can deal alot of damage to Beasts.
With their doubled damage to beast types, this affinity carries an edge against commonly seen beast cards, likeand .
- (Tainted) Bandit Stalkers can get damage through shields.
- Bandit Stalkers have poor damage output.
With the exception of the gifted affinity versus beasts, Bandit Stalkers have a rather low damage output.
- Melee Vulnerabilities
Card Upgrades & Drop Locations
Displayed below are the card's upgrades and where to obtain them.
A third tier beast for the Wasteland Bandits. Bandit Stalkers are incredibly vicious hunters, feeding on smaller prey to satiate their hunger.
They are quite notable for being able to restore their own health by dealing damage.
Ability InfoLifesteal 40% of all damage dealt by Bandit Stalker is restored as life points.
The Bandit Stalker is very unique in its capacity to heal through dealing damage. Especially against small creatures, Bandit Stalkers can be difficult to kill without heavy firepower because of this.
Fortunately, they can only heal off of what they can bite.
Tips & Strategies
These creatures are fast and dangerous, especially as they can steal health. Defeating them is not particularly difficult though.
Crowd Control remains a valuable asset in defeating these creatures.
- The Bandit Stalker is a Reskin of the .
- The Bandit card , is based on the Bandit Stalker, but possesses more unique skills.