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28th Nov '16 3:12:15 AM 59Efra
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** Also, Mortadelo prides himself in his ability to steal things from people's hands and leaving something else in its place without the victims noticing.

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** Also, Mortadelo prides himself in his ability to steal things from people's hands and leaving something else in its place without the victims noticing. Which has come in handy a few times that Filemón was in danger.
28th Nov '16 3:11:16 AM 59Efra
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** Also, Mortadelo prides himself in his ability to steal things from people's hands and leaving something else in its place without the victims noticing.
28th Nov '16 3:09:08 AM 59Efra
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* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'': In ''¡El carnet al punto!'', while driving a car searching for corrupt cops, Mortadelo and Filemón get caught in fog, preventing them to see anything, and when it dissipates, they realize their car has been stolen... ''while they were in it''.
23rd Nov '16 4:20:36 AM C105
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AprilAndTheExtraordinaryWorld'', street urchin Julius is able to steal the food from the plate detective Pizoni is eating from while sitting in front of him and talking with him.
7th Nov '16 7:41:04 PM Gouken20xx
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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'', the Thief steals ''The Thief And The Cobbler''. Yes, he literally steals the film right off the projector.
2nd Nov '16 11:08:10 AM X2X
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': Edge can steal [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_matter something]] that has an existence that's ''only theorized''. [[spoiler:Dark Matter is only obtainable in the final battle, but [[RedHerring serves no purpose]] other than initiating an encounter with a [[BonusBoss superboss]] on the Red Moon in the 3D remakes.]]

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': Edge can steal [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_matter something]] that has an existence that's ''only theorized''. [[spoiler:Dark Matter is only obtainable in the final battle, but [[RedHerring serves no purpose]] other than initiating an encounter with a [[BonusBoss superboss]] on the Red Moon during NewGamePlus in the 3D remakes.]]
2nd Nov '16 10:41:44 AM X2X
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': Edge can steal something that has an existence that's ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_matter only theorized.]]'' [[spoiler:It's only obtainable in the final battle, but [[RedHerring serves no purpose]] other than initiating an encounter with a [[BonusBoss superboss]] on the Red Moon in the 3D remakes.]]

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': Edge can steal something that has an existence that's ''[[https://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_matter only theorized.]]'' [[spoiler:It's something]] that has an existence that's ''only theorized''. [[spoiler:Dark Matter is only obtainable in the final battle, but [[RedHerring serves no purpose]] other than initiating an encounter with a [[BonusBoss superboss]] on the Red Moon in the 3D remakes.]]
2nd Nov '16 10:38:36 AM X2X
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** ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'': The Nightingales are a secret order within the Thieves Guild that have made a pact with Nocturnal to give them preternatural abilities. The BigBad of the questline, [[spoiler: Mercer Frey]], is revealed to have be a former Nightingale who stole Nocturnal's Skeleton Key, which unlocks ''everything'', upto and including the limits of [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower human potential]].

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** ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'': The Nightingales are a secret order within the Thieves Guild that have made a pact with Nocturnal to give them preternatural abilities. The BigBad of the questline, [[spoiler: Mercer [[spoiler:Mercer Frey]], is revealed to have be a former Nightingale who stole Nocturnal's Skeleton Key, which unlocks ''everything'', upto and including the limits of [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower human potential]].



** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': Edge can steal something that has an existence that's ''only theorized''. [[spoiler: In fact, to make the final boss fight easier to handle, it's highly recommended to do so.]]

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'': Edge can steal something that has an existence that's ''only theorized''. [[spoiler: In fact, to make ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_matter only theorized.]]'' [[spoiler:It's only obtainable in the final boss fight easier to handle, it's highly recommended to do so.battle, but [[RedHerring serves no purpose]] other than initiating an encounter with a [[BonusBoss superboss]] on the Red Moon in the 3D remakes.]]



** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' gives its Thieves a plethora of varied Steal skills, ranging from stripping your enemy of their Armor, Shields, Weapons[[note]]Meaning that if you have the right ability equipped (Chemist's Reequip or Ninja's Throw), your Thief can steal an enemy's weapon out of his hand, then kill him with it. Not actually a practical way to fight, but killing an foe with his own weapon is kind of fun.[[/note]]... all the way to '''Steal:Ability'''. This means that your thieves can completely ignore grinding experience/ap to level their skills and simply steal the knowledge of any technique of any class available to their race from your enemies. Want your Thief to become a powerful mage? Just find one and steal their magic. Or find a knight and steal their martial prowess. Or ''both''. Abused to hilarious extents in [[http://lparchive.org/Final-Fantasy-Tactics-Advance/ this particular Let's Play]]. Oh, and they have '''Steal:XP''' too.
** Most of these (but not Steal:Ability) are also available to Thieves in the original ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics''. They can also have a [[CharmPerson charm effect]] on enemies of the opposite sex, by [[IncrediblyLamePun stealing their heart]].

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' gives its Thieves a plethora of varied Steal skills, ranging from stripping your enemy of their Armor, Shields, Weapons[[note]]Meaning that if you have the right ability equipped (Chemist's Reequip or Ninja's Throw), your Thief can steal an enemy's weapon out of his hand, then kill him with it. Not actually a practical way to fight, but killing an foe with his own weapon is kind of fun.[[/note]]... all the way to '''Steal:Ability'''. This means that your thieves can completely ignore grinding experience/ap to level their skills and simply steal the knowledge of any technique of any class available to their race from your enemies. Want your Thief to become a powerful mage? Just find one and steal their magic. Or find a knight and steal their martial prowess. Or ''both''. Abused to hilarious extents in [[http://lparchive.org/Final-Fantasy-Tactics-Advance/ this particular Let's Play]]. Play.]] Oh, and they have '''Steal:XP''' '''Steal:XP''', too.
** Most of these (but not Steal:Ability) are also available to Thieves in the original ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics''. They can also have a [[CharmPerson charm effect]] on enemies of the opposite sex, by [[IncrediblyLamePun [[StealthPun stealing their heart]].



* ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' has [[spoiler: Doopliss]] steal Mario's name and appearance in the middle of their first fight, as well ''[[InterfaceScrew the letter "p" on the keyboard input]]''. It takes finding the letter in a chest and [[spoiler: finding out Doopliss' name]] before anything can go back to normal.

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* ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' has [[spoiler: Doopliss]] [[spoiler:Doopliss]] steal Mario's name and appearance in the middle of their first fight, as well ''[[InterfaceScrew the letter "p" on the keyboard input]]''. It takes finding the letter in a chest and [[spoiler: finding out Doopliss' name]] before anything can go back to normal.
10th Oct '16 12:52:56 PM NoSpoilerz
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-->I pilot was flying alone in his plane around the world, and his supervisors kept asking him where he was, and to know that, he had a technique, put his arm through a hole below the plane, and touch things with his hand.\\


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-->I -->A pilot was flying alone in his plane around the world, and his supervisors kept asking him where he was, and to know that, he had a technique, put his arm through a hole below the plane, and touch things with his hand.\\

30th Sep '16 7:30:36 AM tmantookie
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** The entire Trans-Siberian Railway.
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