Stalker notes (part 1)

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Stalker notes (part 1) are dropped by Plane-freezer Lakhrahnaz. The drop is random, just like all other Dungeoneering journals. The writer who is later revealed as Grondaban describes in detail the Stalker species. He notes that Stalkers have great control over magic, and therefore have great resistance to our Magicks. Grondaban also mentions that the Stalker language is deadly to Humans. He later goes on to tell that Plane-freezer Lakhrahnaz has great control over temperature, which is why Bilrach placed it in the Frozen floors.

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4th Age, year 1832. Date unknown.

Of all the creatures our master has brought through from other realms, the stalkers are by far the greatest triumph. Their very form is weapon in itself, floating grotesqueries that are essentially giant eyeballs, or clusters of eyeballs with vicious maws in places none would expect. They also command great control over magic; even the rank and file stalkers and the smaller seekers have great resistance to the magicks of our world. The dark, twisted energies that are so rife in their home plane, coupled with the inherent magical nature of the beasts themselves, have allowed several unique and powerful stalkers to develop from chaotic evolution. One such unique example calls itself 'Plane-freezer Lakhrahnaz' in our tongue. I regret asking it to state its name in its own tongue, as the resultant combination of both audible and inaudible sound from its many lipless mouths gave me a huge headache and caused blood to cascade from my nose, which Lakhrahnaz then froze. This one has great power over temperature, and I believe the best place for it is to near the surface, where the environment is cold, barren, and most importantly - far away from me.

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