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{{SkillInfobox
|image = [[File:FE4_Patty_Steal.png|250px]]<br>[[Patty]] stealing 1,000G from an enemy [[Priest]] upon successfully striking her.
 
 
|title = Steal
 
|title = Steal
|firstseen = [[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]
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|image = [[File:FE4_Patty_Steal.png|250px]]
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|caption=[[Patty]] stealing 1,000G from an enemy [[Priest]] upon successfully striking her.
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|jap_name={{Hover|盗む|Nusumu}}<br>
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{{Hover|強盗|Gōtō}}, Mug <small>([[TS1]])</small>
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|firstseen = ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]''
 
|effect = Allows a unit with this Skill to steal an unequipped item from enemy units.<br>
 
|effect = Allows a unit with this Skill to steal an unequipped item from enemy units.<br>
Allows a unit with this Skill to steal gold from enemy units <sup>(''[[Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War|FE4]]'' only)</sup>}}
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Allows a unit with this Skill to steal gold from enemy units <small>([[FE4]])</small>}}
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'''Steal''' is a Skill that debuted in ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]''.
   
'''Steal''' (盗む ''Nusumu'') is a recurring Skill in the Fire Emblem games, and is used by the [[Thief]], [[Rogue]], [[Assassin]], and [[Whisper]] classes. This skill allows them to pilfer items or gold from enemy units, though the nature of these items vary from game to game. Certain enemy [[brigand]]s in Thracia 776 have the steal ability, being the only non thief class or promotion to ever be able to use this skill.
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==Overview==
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This skill allows the player to pilfer gold and unequipped items from an adjacent foe, allowing him/her to obtain desired items, other than those that are droppable. However, the nature of these items can vary from game to game. Certain enemy [[brigand]]s in [[Thracia 776]] have the Steal skill, being the only non-thief class or promotion to ever be able to use this skill.
   
In ''[[TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga]]'', this skill appears in two forms, specifically that of '''Steal''' and '''Mug''' (強盗 ''Gōtō''). In this game, Mug allows its user to steal items from a selected enemy unit at the expense of reducing the Accuracy and Avoid of all allies within a 3 square radius, while Steal allows its user to pilfer items from enemy units in battle.
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Steal is a recurring in the [[Fire Emblem series]], and is used by the [[Thief]], [[Rogue]], [[Assassin]], and [[Whisper]] classes.
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In ''[[TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga]]'', this skill appears in two forms, specifically that of '''Steal''' and '''Mug'''. In this game, Mug allows its user to steal items from a selected enemy unit at the expense of reducing the Accuracy and Avoid of all allies within a 3 square radius, while Steal allows its user to pilfer items from enemy units in battle.
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In the GBA Fire Emblem titles, any item that requires a weapon rank cannot be stolen. For an item to be stolen, the user must possess a [[Speed (stat)|Speed]] stat higher than the unit he/she is stealing from. However, this is rarely an issue, due to the fact that they are relatively swift in nature. Additionally, when stealing a weapon, the thief's [[Strength]] stat must be higher than that of the weapon's weight in order to ensure a successful theft.
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In ''[[Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]'' and ''[[Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones]]'', thieves will lose the ability to steal if they promote into the [[Assassin]] class. In ''[[Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]'' thieves do not promote at all.
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Steal is one of the three soldier skills of ''Path of Radiance'' and ''Radiant Dawn'' and thus does not take up any capacity space.
   
 
==Stats==
 
==Stats==
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===''[[Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War]]''===
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War]]''===
 
{{SkillStat
 
{{SkillStat
|[[File:Steal_(SNES).gif]]Steal
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|[[File:Steal_(SNES).gif]]<br>Steal
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
|Upon successfully striking a selected target, the user will pilfer the target's gold.
 
|Upon successfully striking a selected target, the user will pilfer the target's gold.
 
|Base skill of the [[Thief]] and [[Thief Fighter]] classes.
 
|Base skill of the [[Thief]] and [[Thief Fighter]] classes.
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| -
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Thracia 776]]''===
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Thracia 776]]''===
 
{{SkillStat
 
{{SkillStat
|[[File:Steal_(SNES).gif]]Steal
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|[[File:Steal_(SNES).gif]]<br>Steal
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
|Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Build stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item respectively.
 
|Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Build stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item respectively.
 
|Base skill of [[Lifis]], [[Lara]] and [[Perne]].
 
|Base skill of [[Lifis]], [[Lara]] and [[Perne]].
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| -
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
===''[[TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga]]''===
 
===''[[TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga]]''===
 
{{SkillStat
 
{{SkillStat
|[[File:TS_Steal.gif]]Steal
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|[[File:TS_Steal.gif]]<br>Steal
 
|(User's Speed + Skill)%
 
|(User's Speed + Skill)%
 
| -
 
| -
 
|During battles, the user may steal an item from the enemy.
 
|During battles, the user may steal an item from the enemy.
 
|Base skill of [[Yuni]], [[Krisheena]], [[Maerhen]] and [[Bud]].
 
|Base skill of [[Yuni]], [[Krisheena]], [[Maerhen]] and [[Bud]].
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| -
 
}}
 
}}
 
 
 
{{SkillStat
 
{{SkillStat
|[[File:TS_Mug.gif]]Mug
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|[[File:TS_Mug.gif]]<br>Mug
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
|Allows user to steal an item from an enemy unit. This will reduce the Accuracy and Avoid of all allies within a 3 square radius.
 
|Allows user to steal an item from an enemy unit. This will reduce the Accuracy and Avoid of all allies within a 3 square radius.
 
|Base skill of [[Maerhen]].
 
|Base skill of [[Maerhen]].
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}}
 
}}
   
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]''===
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]''===
 
{{SkillStat
 
{{SkillStat
|[[File:FE9_Steal.gif]]Steal
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|[[File:FE9_Steal.gif]]<br>Steal
 
| -
 
| -
 
|0
 
|0
|Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Strength stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item respectively.
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|Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Strength stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item's [[Weight (weapon stat)|Weight]] respectively.
 
|Class skill of [[Thief|Thieves]] and [[Assassin]]s.
 
|Class skill of [[Thief|Thieves]] and [[Assassin]]s.
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}}
 
}}
   
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]]''===
 
===''[[Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]]''===
 
{{SkillStat
 
{{SkillStat
|[[File:Steal.png]]Steal
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|[[File:Steal.png]]<br>Steal
 
| -
 
| -
 
| -
 
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|Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Strength stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item's [[Weight (weapon stat)|Weight]] respectively.
 
|Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Strength stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item's [[Weight (weapon stat)|Weight]] respectively.
 
|Class skill of [[Thief|Thieves]], [[Rogue]]s, and [[Whisper]]s.
 
|Class skill of [[Thief|Thieves]], [[Rogue]]s, and [[Whisper]]s.
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}}
 
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===Overview===
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===''[[Fire Emblem Three Houses]]''===
The Steal skill allows the player to pilfer an unequipped item from an adjacent foe, allowing him/her to obtain desired items, other than those that are droppable.
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{{SkillStat
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|[[File:Steal_FE16.png|30px]]<br>Steal
In GBA Fire Emblem games, any item that requires a weapon rank cannot be stolen
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For an item to be stolen, the user must possess a [[Speed (stat)|Speed]] stat higher than the unit he/she is stealing from. However, this is rarely an issue, due to the fact that they are relatively swift in nature. Additionally, when stealing a weapon, the thief's [[Strength]] stat must be higher than that of the weapon's [[Weight (weapon stat)|Weight]] in order to ensure a successful theft.
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|Allows unit to steal a non-weapon item from a foe with a lower Spd stat.
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|Class Ability of the [[Thief]] class.<br>Learned by mastering the Thief class.
In ''[[Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]'' and ''[[Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones]]'', thieves will lose the ability to steal if they promote into the [[Assassin]] class. In ''[[Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]'' thieves do not promote at all.
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Steal is one of the three soldier skills of ''Path of Radiance'' and ''Radiant Dawn'', and thus does not take up any capacity space.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 01:00, October 14, 2019

Steal is a Skill that debuted in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.

OverviewEdit

This skill allows the player to pilfer gold and unequipped items from an adjacent foe, allowing him/her to obtain desired items, other than those that are droppable. However, the nature of these items can vary from game to game. Certain enemy brigands in Thracia 776 have the Steal skill, being the only non-thief class or promotion to ever be able to use this skill.

Steal is a recurring in the Fire Emblem series, and is used by the Thief, Rogue, Assassin, and Whisper classes.

In TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga, this skill appears in two forms, specifically that of Steal and Mug. In this game, Mug allows its user to steal items from a selected enemy unit at the expense of reducing the Accuracy and Avoid of all allies within a 3 square radius, while Steal allows its user to pilfer items from enemy units in battle.

In the GBA Fire Emblem titles, any item that requires a weapon rank cannot be stolen. For an item to be stolen, the user must possess a Speed stat higher than the unit he/she is stealing from. However, this is rarely an issue, due to the fact that they are relatively swift in nature. Additionally, when stealing a weapon, the thief's Strength stat must be higher than that of the weapon's weight in order to ensure a successful theft.

In Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade and Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, thieves will lose the ability to steal if they promote into the Assassin class. In Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade thieves do not promote at all.

Steal is one of the three soldier skills of Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn and thus does not take up any capacity space.

StatsEdit

Note: These stats are only applicable to games that classify Steal as a skill.

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy WarEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Steal (SNES)
Steal
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Effects Upon successfully striking a selected target, the user will pilfer the target's gold.
Users Base skill of the Thief and Thief Fighter classes.
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Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Name Activation Capacity
Steal (SNES)
Steal
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Effects Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Build stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item respectively.
Users Base skill of Lifis, Lara and Perne.
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TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes SagaEdit

Name Activation Capacity
TS Steal
Steal
(User's Speed + Skill)% -
Effects During battles, the user may steal an item from the enemy.
Users Base skill of Yuni, Krisheena, Maerhen and Bud.
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Name Activation Capacity
TS Mug
Mug
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Effects Allows user to steal an item from an enemy unit. This will reduce the Accuracy and Avoid of all allies within a 3 square radius.
Users Base skill of Maerhen.
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Fire Emblem: Path of RadianceEdit

Name Activation Capacity
FE9 Steal
Steal
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Effects Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Strength stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item's Weight respectively.
Users Class skill of Thieves and Assassins.
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Fire Emblem: Radiant DawnEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Steal
Steal
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Effects Allows user to steal weapons and items if his/her Speed and Strength stats are greater than that of the enemy's Speed and selected item's Weight respectively.
Users Class skill of Thieves, Rogues, and Whispers.
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Fire Emblem Three HousesEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Steal FE16
Steal
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Effects Allows unit to steal a non-weapon item from a foe with a lower Spd stat.
Users Class Ability of the Thief class.
Learned by mastering the Thief class.
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