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* The Rogue from ''ComicBook/TheMazeAgency''.

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* The Rogue from ''ComicBook/TheMazeAgency''. He leaves behind a CallingCard informing his victims that their art has been selected for his 'Rogue's Gallery'.



* Rough Diamond from My Little Pony arc [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDWIssue21To22 Manehatten Mysteries]]. Her Cutie mark and her motif is a diamond, and is a MasterOfDisguise

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* Rough Diamond from My ''My Little Pony Pony'' arc [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDWIssue21To22 Manehatten Mysteries]]. Her Cutie mark and her motif is a diamond, and is a MasterOfDisguise


* ''Anime/StarTwinklePrettyCure'' features the cat alien thief Blue Cat, whose civilian identity is the famous idol Mao.

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* ''Anime/StarTwinklePrettyCure'' features the cat alien thief Blue Cat, whose civilian identity is the famous idol Mao. Later on she fully becomes a Cure, Cure Cosmo.

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* The protagonist of ''Nishikida Keibu wa Dorobou ga Osuki'' is "Kaitou Jack", a thief who steals outrageous things and world treasures.

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* ''Anime/StarTwinklePrettyCure'' features the cat alien thief Blue Cat, whose civilian identity is the famous idol Mao.


* The heroines of the ''Franchise/GirlsXHeroine'' series ''Secret × Warrior Phantomirage!'' are thieves who steal corrupt Gyaku Jewels and purify them.

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* The heroines of the ''Franchise/GirlsXHeroine'' series ''Secret × Warrior Phantomirage!'' ''Series/SecretXWarriorPhantomirage!'' are thieves who steal corrupt Gyaku Jewels and purify them.

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* Chameleon in ''[[WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs Super Secret Secret Squirrel]]'' is this kind of thief, specializing in classic art. His preferred style is to enter a museum in the daytime and hide as a character in one of the paintings to scope the area out, then sneak out with the art at night when the guards aren't watching. He has a WeaksauceWeakness in [[spoiler:abstract art, as he has problems comprehending it and consequently has a hard time hiding within it.]]
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* The ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' franchise is built on this trope, covering each and every point detailed above; even the Japanese name for the series is "Kaitou (Phantom/Wonder Thief) Sly Cooper".

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* The ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' ''VideoGame/SlyCooper'' franchise is built on this trope, covering each and every point detailed above; even the Japanese name for the series is "Kaitou (Phantom/Wonder Thief) Sly Cooper".


* Rough Diamond from My Little Pony arc [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDWIssue21To22 Manehatten Mysteries]]. Her Cutie mark and her motif is a diamond, and is a MasterOfDiguise

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* Rough Diamond from My Little Pony arc [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDWIssue21To22 Manehatten Mysteries]]. Her Cutie mark and her motif is a diamond, and is a MasterOfDiguiseMasterOfDisguise

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* Rough Diamond from My Little Pony arc [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDWIssue21To22 Manehatten Mysteries]]. Her Cutie mark and her motif is a diamond, and is a MasterOfDiguise

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* The heroines of the ''Franchise/GirlsXHeroine'' series ''Secret × Warrior Phantomirage!'' are thieves who steal corrupt Gyaku Jewels and purify them.

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* Kaitou U of ''Anime/ButtDetective'' is a poop-themed thief.

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* Gord the Rogue from ''TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}}'', who steals for the challenge (and because he loves treasure).

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* Phantom Thief Butterfly from ''VideoGame/LiEat''. They even have “phantom thief” in their name.

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* Phantom Thief Jade from ''24-ji, Kimi no Heart wa Nusumareru ~Kaitou Jade~'' is an enigmatic and charismatic gentleman thief clad in a silk hat, and cloak, who has been plaguing the home belonging to the Chairman of Hakuou Academy for the last half a year, stealing only treasures containing his namesake.

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* The protagonist of ''Kaitou Z ~Anata to Heart o Nusumimasu~'' an antique shop owner who moonlights as a gentleman thief and uses hypnotism to aid his thefts.

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