Massively powerful and capable of direct energy manipulation, the Stalker's armed forces are an offshoot of the Templar military. Even more belligerent than their brethren, they are considered one of the most devastatingly effective combat forces the galaxy has ever known.
The Stalkers seceded from the Templar Hegemony following the conclusion of the Hundred-Years War. The majority of those who broke away were members of the military, providing the isolationists with ready-made combat resources.
Quite simply, shock and awe. As with the Templars, Stalker tactics revolve around the application of overwhelming force. Utilizing autonomous weaponry to boost their effective military strength, and impervious to many of the other races' weapons technologies, a force of stalkers is apt to simply mow down anything in their path. They are also disinclined to accept surrender or prisoners, preferring to annihilate any enemy completely. Quarter is never given. Nor is it ever asked.
|The Stalkers do not maintain a full-time military force, relying on volunteer recruitment to furnish troops for expeditions and their extensive stockpiles of autonomous weaponry.|
Stalkers are highly individualistic, and thus do not readily conform to complex hierarchies. If a force is assembled, one commander and a handful of subordinates is deemed sufficient command and control.
|Armies||Acarid Army • Champion Army • Changeling Army • Cyborg Army • Ercinean Army • Farseer Army • Giant Army • Guardian Army • Insectoid Army • Leviathan Army • Marauder Army • Neomorph Army • Phantom Army • Reaver Army • Ronin Army • Sentinel Army • Stalker Army • Templar Army • Terran Army • Wraith Army|
|Navies||Acarid Navy • Champion Navy • Changeling Navy • Cyborg Navy • Ercinean Navy • Farseer Navy • Giant Navy • Guardian Navy • Insectoid Navy • Leviathan Navy • Marauder Navy • Neomorph Navy • Phantom Navy • Reaver Navy • Ronin Navy • Sentinel Navy • Stalker Navy • Templar Navy • Terran Navy • Wraith Navy|