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These creeper creatures have this problem with following you around. Silently watching, obsessing, lurking, and then they STRIKE... or not... they may just stare. It all depends on the stalker.

Stalking is the willful and repeated following, watching, and/or harassing of another person. Unlike other crimes, which usually involve one act, stalking is a series of actions that occur over a period of time. Although stalking is illegal, the actions that contribute to stalking are. Such actions by themselves are not usually abusive, but can become abusive when frequently repeated over time.
— Reality, on stalking

Generally, stalkers come in these "flavors", all equally annoying and sometimes dangerous.

  • Criminal stalkers are villains that gather information about their victim by following them around, plotting for a great strike. Ironically, these are the rarest form in the USA.
    • The Walruses make history with their "lurk more" tactics, and Fluffy is always in Happyface's shadow, while XTUX Hun is an expert at stalking prey. These are effective examples.
  • Passionate stalkers do their thing because they pine over a character that pays no heed to them, and in desperation, begin to get creepy as they follow their crush around, pleading within that they would, just once, pay attention to their lonely being.
  • Professional stalkers, the msot common kind, are those that by their very job and nature stalk their victims. It may be because they are administrators, watching for employers to slip up, principals, teachers and headmasters, keeping students in line, agents of espionage, seeking intelligence for their faction(s), or vigilantes, trying to impose their sense of "justice" on the world, regardless of whether or not the world needs it.
  • Creepers are just stalkers that do it because their personality calls for it, or for fun.. They just follow people around awkwardly, appearing where they shouldn't, eavesdropping where they are not needed, and getting in everyone's business by getting too close to them for too long and not leaving.

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