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POLL: Favorite Type of Thief


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ochoin deach Inactive Member writes:

Probably not


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
The Bruiser
3
1%
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The Amateur Cracksman
19
5%
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other
28
8%
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The Consultant
9
3%
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The Trap-Tricker
17
5%
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The Backstabber
5
1%
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The Professional Treasure Hunter
43
12%
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I don't play thieves
55
16%
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The Second Story Man
24
7%
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The Highwayman
19
5%
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no favorite
26
7%
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The Skeleton Key
1
0%
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The Pickpocket
5
1%
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The Cutpurse
3
1%
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The Assassin
26
7%
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The Grey Mouser
55
16%
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The Grifter
14
4%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo Parzival Supporting Member of TMP wonders...

I read this today:
Cartoon
...and it got me thinking. I only ever played one thief character in my D&D days, and he was more of "second-story man" than a highwayman or pickpocket/cutpurse. I liked the "skill" aspect of the character more than the larceny, and if I ever roleplayed a thief again, I'd probably go that same route. So, what type of thief characters do you play or prefer?
The Bruiser
Muscles and a club
The Amateur Cracksman
Famous cricketer by day, audacious safe cracker by night.
other
Please explain.
The Consultant
Hired to check the defenses of various items/people.
The Trap-Tricker

"But but but— the treasure room was guarded by poison darts! Pressure plates! Snake-filled pits! Spike-filled pits! Snake-and-spike-filled pits!!!"

The Backstabber

"I'm in the money, I'm in the mone—ERRK!"

The Professional Treasure Hunter
Kinda like Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit