Invisible stalker, originally called Carbury's stalker,[1] and rarely summon invisible stalker,[7] was a spell that summoned a creature of the same name from its home plane to assist the caster.[2][3]


The summoned invisible stalker would obey the caster through any means possible, until the task was accomplished. As they were excellent trackers, they could find out where any targets had gone. As they were not loyal to their conjurer masters, they would often dally in their tasks, especially if they took place over a long distance or period of time.[2][3]

They could take orders via Common only, unless their masters spoke Auran, in which the stalkers could respond.[8][9]


The spell required verbal, somatic, and material components. The material component was a crescent-shaped horn and some burning incense.[2][3]


The spell was invented by Netherese arcanist Carbury in −857 DR, and was first known as Carbury's stalker.[1]


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