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Best starting build for Exiled Stalker class in Lords of the Fallen (LotF)

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Lords of the Fallen has a great range of classes for players to choose from. For those who wanted a specialized build, the Exiled Stalker may have been the perfect choice. A build focusing on agility and speed, you’ll be darting between opponents and delivering a chain of lethal attacks. To have a strong start to the game, you’ll want to know the best gear to look out for.

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Best starting weapons for Exiled Stalkers in LOTF

These two weapons are the starting weapons of choice for Exiled Stalkers, considering their dependence on agility, their weight, and their damage. Make sure to get your hands on them!

For the Exiled Stalker, lighter agility weapons is what will be wanted. For this reason, the best weapon in the early for the Exiled Stalker is the Fist of Insight. Requiring only agility, but also applying burn, these speedy fist weapons can be purchased from Damarose the Marked on your second encounter with her. Make sure to purchase these before you leave her, as she will go away.

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The Hallowed Praise is also another great agility-scaling weapon. It is a short sword, so may not be desirable for the theme of your playstyle as the Exiled Stalker, but it is a great quick and light weapon. It only scales with agility, so need to spec into strength. It is easily found on your route in Pilgrim’s Perch and may prove a great weapon for regions beyond.

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Best starting Armor for Exiled Stalkers in LOTF

Considering the nature of the Exiled Stalker, you’ll want to be wearing light armor to retain your speed. your lack of an endurance stat doesn’t really allow you to wear much armor, so any light armor, mostly scavenged off of enemies, is what you’ll be wanting. Light armor is rather a rare occurrence in the early game, however.

You will be likely donning your current armor for a while. If you wanted even lighter armor, if you’ve mastered the art of the dodge, then the Shuja Warrior armor, found from Shuja Warriors in the Forsaken Fen, may be desirable. The entire set only weighs 9.5, and although it is objectively terrible, it’s great to reduce your weight. Again, this is only for the expert Exiled Stalkers who don’t worry about being hit due to their reflexes.

I hope this guide has helped you out, and that you’ll be on the lookout for this gear in Lords of the Fallen. For more help, don’t hesitate to check out PC Invasion.


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Aidan Lambourne is a contributing writer for PC Invasion, with almost a couple years of experience in the industry. He has written about Roblox extensively, although has keenly covered new releases and indie games. A passionate writer and gamer, he still can't really believe he gets to indulge in both for a career.