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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

A prefix title awarded to rogues who complete their intelligence AA line.


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Thief
Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics
requirements: Level 3
ranks: 1
benefit: One-time bonus:
+10% Sneak
+10% Lockpick
+10% Steal
+10% Traps
(+10 skill points to each of those in unpatched Fallout 2)
Fallout 3
requirements: Level 2, Agility 4, Perception 4
ranks: 3
benefit: +5 Sneak
+5 Lockpick
base id: 31DD6
Lionheart
requirements: Level 2
ranks: 1
benefit: One-time bonus:
+10% Lockpick
+10% Find Traps/Secret Doors
+10% Sneak
Image:Thief FO3.png

Thief is a Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3 and Lionheart Perk.

Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics

The blood of a thief runs through your veins. With the Thief Perk, you get a one-time bonus of +10% (+10 skill points in unpatched Fallout 2) to your Sneak, Lockpick, Steal, and Traps skills. A well rounded thief is a live thief.

Fallout 3

With each rank of Thief perk, you gain an immediate bonus of 5 points to both the Sneak and Lockpick skills.

Lionheart

The blood of a thief runs through your veins. With the Thief Perk, you get a one-time bonus of +10% to your Lockpick, Find Traps/Secret Doors and Sneak skills.

Perks of Fallout 2
Perks of Fallout 3
Perks of Fallout Tactics

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Zidane Tribal, the main character of Final Fantasy IX is a Thief.

Thief (シーフ Shīfu) is a special Job class in the Final Fantasy series, and is featured in several installments. It serves as one of the first Jobs in the series.

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Most Thieves wield daggers, but some equip short swords or boomerangs. Their armor options are limited to lightweight armor and vests. They are known for having moderate physical stats, low Defenses and Magic stats, and incredibly high Speed and Evasion. The most prominent ability of a Thief is to Steal items from their opponents. Many variations of this ability exist. With additional training, Steal can be upgraded to Mug, which steals items and inflicts damage. Other abilities of a Thief include "Flee," which allows a free escape from a battle, and "Alert", which prevents back attacks and sometimes pincer attacks. In later installments, Thieves were also given the power to steal Gil from their opponents as well as items. In some games, the Thief can be upgraded into a Ninja.

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Final Fantasy

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy)

As one of the available classes at the start of the game, the Thief can be very useful in terms of its speed. Later on, the player has a chance to upgrade this class into a Ninja.

Final Fantasy III

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy III)

The Thief job is a Job is obtained from the Fire Crystal. In the DS Remake, it is obtained from the Wind Crystal. It possesses skills that can both aid the player in battle and out.

Final Fantasy V

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy V)

The Thief Job class is obtained from a shard of the shattered Wind Crystal. Its Steal command is invaluable, and there are many abilities that also aid greatly on the Map.

Final Fantasy VI

Locke Cole is a Thief, but is officially classified as an "Adventurer", since Locke is able to use swords and heavy equipment while most thieves cannot equip these items. A running joke is that Locke hates when people refer to him as a thief, claiming he prefers the term "treasure hunter".

Final Fantasy VII

Yuffie Kisaragi is a Ninja but is also considered a Thief by trade. At one point she steals the party's Materia, forcing the player to track her down to get it back.

Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII

The Thief is fought as an enemy.

Final Fantasy IX

The primary protagonist Zidane Tribal is a Thief, and is a member of Tantalus Theater Troupe, a secretive band of thieves. Several of Tantalus' members are temporarily playable and are also Thieves.

Final Fantasy X

The playable character Rikku is a thief

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy X-2)

The Thief Dressphere is best known for its high Agility stats. It is also Rikku's default Dressphere.

Final Fantasy XI

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy XI)

The Thief is one of the six basic jobs available when players begin the game. They possess the typical Thief abilities of Stealing, fleeing from enemies and dodging attacks.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy Tactics)

The Thief is an off-shoot of the Archer. Thieves are able to Steal in this game, but can target specific items like Helmets or Shields for theft.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance)

The Thief, while being able to steal regular items and weapons, also has the uncanny ability to steal things such as EXP and Abilities.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Main article: Thief (Final Fantasy Tactics A2)

While no longer being able to steal EXP and Abilities anymore, its new Loot ability has the potential to steal even more items than before. The most notable Thief in this game is Adelle.

Crystal Guardians

Using the same artwork as Tactics A2, Thieves are called "Rogues". If they get close to a foe when the foe is defeated, the party will earn some gil.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Main article: Thief (My Life as a King)

The Thief in this game cannot Steal, but has the Mug ability and otherwise has the main attributes of a Thief.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

The Thief class is an optional Job to obtain, as well as one of the more difficult ones. Merchant Hero X guards the memories needed to use this Job. When taken, Merchant Hero X summons Dungeon Hero X to defeat Chocobo and reclaim the memories. Dungeon Hero X is a difficult foe, as he will block the stairs if Chocobo gets near them, ensuring that he must either be defeated or afflicted with a status condition to reach the stairs and escape.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

In the Duel Colosseum, when selected, the Thief Job card will increase the chance of Treasure cards appearing in the selection area.

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the non-player character. For the skill, see Thieving.

A Thief is a NPC found in various places around RuneScape, and can be a challenge for new or low level players. They can be either male or female. One of their characteristics is that they will stop attacking and try to escape when at low health.

It has been noted that while using ranged attacks on them, your arrows seem to disappear very quickly; this may be just a coincidence, but it has not been confirmed either way. It may be that the thief will steal any arrows that he finds, as thieves probably would.

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Member Drops


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

See also:

Thief (creature) and Scam

A Thief is someone that steals your Items, Money, Monsters, Loot Bag, etc. Unfortunatly, thiefing isn't against the rules, so gamemasters and tutors will not be able to do anything about it.

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Item/Money Thief

This is someone who uses a Scam or other method to get your good Equipment, Money, or other Items in a dishonest way.

For more information on avoiding Item/Money thieves, read the page on Scamming.

Loot Bag Thief

This is someone that grabs your loot bag while you are dragging it back to town. They may simply grab it while you are dragging it along, or they may throw some junk (worm, rubbish, etc.) or a single Gold Coin on it, so that instead of throwing your loot bag, you throw the item, then they have time to run over and grab the loot bag.

For tips on avoiding loot bag thieves, read the page on loot bags.

Monster/Creature Thief

This is someone that may follow you around, and then they will attack monsters/creatures that you have already begun attacking. They do this to steal some of the experience obtained from defeating the creature.

A variation on this is when you are training on one or two creatures, and another player attacks and kills the creatures you were training with. By doing this, they essentially get a "free" blocker.

Thief NPCs

There is only one NPC that is a thief, and that is Aruda in Thais. When you are talking to her, if she says "Sorry, I was distracted", then she has just stolen 5 GP.

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Scam
Blacklist


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Drawber article)

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Drawber
ドローボウ
File:Drawber-JP-Anime-GX.png
 English: Drawber
 Japanese (Kanji): ドローボウ
 Phonetic: Dorōbou
Type: Spell Cards
Property: Normal Image:Normal.png
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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Present
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Attribute Spell Cards  +
Card Image Drawber-JP-Anime-GX.png  +
Card Type Normal Spell Cards  +
Class 1 AniEx  +
Class 2 Anime  +
English Name Drawber  +
Japanese Name ドローボウ  +
Lore Your opponent draws 1 card Your opponent draws 1 card. You must guess the name of that card. Both players then check the card. If it is guessed correctly, your opponent must combine all cards in their hand with their cards on the field and shuffle them back into their Deck. e them back into their Deck.
Medium Yu-Gi-Oh! GX  +
Phonetic Name Dorōbou  +
S/T Class Normal Spell Cards  +
Types Normal  +

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