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Steal abilities are a subtype of abilities found throughout the series, starting with Final Fantasy III. While it mainly refers to the Steal ability and stealing items in general, it has since expanded to other venues, such as stealing gil, EXP, and even abilities. Steal abilities are usually still relegated to the Thief class. Common abilities of this type are Steal, Steal Gil, and Mug.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

Steal is the command ability of the Thief job.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Steal is Edge's exclusive ability.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

  • Steal - Tsukinowa's exclusive ability.
  • Mug (called Grab in the WiiWare version) - Edge's exclusive ability.

Final Fantasy VEdit

  • Steal - Thief job's Level 4 ability.
  • Mug (also called Capture) - Thief job's Level 6 ability. The Thief Knife randomly attempts a steal when used with the Attack command.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

  • Steal - Locke Cole's special ability. Gogo can mimic it.
  • Mug (also called Capture) - Usable by Locke Cole and Gogo if equipped with a Brigand's Glove. Thief's Knife (equippable by Locke and Shadow) has a 50% chance of using Mug when its user attacks.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

All characters can access Steal abilities by equipping materia.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

By equipping materia, Zack can use the following Steal abilities:

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

Mug is the only stealing ability available and is a support ability learned by the Guardian Forces Diablos and Bahamut.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

All Steal abilities are available to Zidane:

Final Fantasy XEdit

List of Steal abilities:

Steal abilities exclusive to the International, PAL, and HD Remaster versions:

  • Pilfer Gil - Located in Rikku's standard and expert Sphere Grid.
  • Nab Gil - Located in Lulu's standard and Rikku's expert Sphere Grids.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Steal abilities make up the bulk of the Thief dressphere's skillset:

  • Steal
  • Flimflam
    • Pilfer Gil
    • Borrowed Time
    • Pilfer HP
    • Pilfer MP
    • Sticky Fingers
    • Master Thief
    • Soul Swipe
    • Steal Will
  • Mug - Can be accessed by equipping the Garment Grid Treasure Hunt
  • Nab Gil - Can be accessed by equipping the Garment Grid Horn of Plenty.

Final Fantasy X-2: Last MissionEdit

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Final Fantasy XIEdit

  • Steal - Thief job class, available from level 5.
  • Mug - Learned by Thieves at level 35.
  • Accomplice
  • Collaborator
  • Despoil
  • Larceny
  • Aura Steal - Thief trait, unlocked at level 75 with Merit Points.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

Steal is a Technick the player acquires in the beginning, and is known by Vaan, Balthier and Fran upon acquisition.

In the Zodiac versions, the Steal license can be used by the job classes Machinist, Archer, Black Mage and Red Battlemage.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

Vaan learns the following Steal abilities:

  • Steal Speed
  • Steal Endurance
  • Steal Power
  • Pirate's Monograph

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

  • Mug - Rogue ability learned after completing the Level 15 quest "Slave to the Code".
  • Enhanced Mug - Rogue trait learned at Level 66.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

  • Steal is the action command of the Thief class.
    • Steal Gil (Gil Taking)
    • Steal Heart
    • Steal Helmet
    • Steal Armor
    • Steal Shield
    • Steal Weapon
    • Steal Accessory
    • Steal EXP (Steal Exp)
  • Piracy is the action command of the Sky Pirate class, and comprises several steal abilities.
    • Plunder Gil
    • Plunder Heart
    • Plunder Helm
    • Plunder Armor
    • Plunder Shield
    • Plunder Weapon
    • Plunder Accessory
    • Plunder EXP
  • Sticky Fingers (called Catch on the PlayStation) - Reaction ability learned by the Thief class.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

List of Steal abilities:

Final Fantasy Tactics S Edit

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The Final Fantasy LegendEdit

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Final Fantasy Legend IIEdit

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Final Fantasy Legend IIIEdit

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a KingEdit

  • Mug - Level 20 Dirty Tricks ability for the Thief class.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

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Bravely DefaultEdit

The Thief's skillset is mostly comprised by Steal abilities, its job command being Thievery.

  • Steal - Level 1 ability.
  • Life Thief - Level 4 ability.
  • Mug - Level 6 ability.
  • Master Thief - Level 10 ability.
  • Rob Blind - Level 11 ability.
  • Shake Down - Level 12 ability.
  • Burgle and Buff - Level 14 ability.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

  • Mug - Level 3 command ability for the Thief.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

  • Mug - Thief's job level 16 ability.
  • Pickpocket - Thief's job level 1 ability.
  • Nab Gil - F-Ability (Warrior's "Bash" and Thief's "Pickpocket").

Theatrhythm Final FantasyEdit

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

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Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

List of Steal abilities:

  • Steal - Craftable ability. Learned by Paul, Eldin, Abel, Locke, Vaan, Zidane, Toby, Edge, Thief, Rikku.
  • Pilfer - Learned by Paul, Locke, Helena. Eldin's Trust Master reward.
  • Mug - Learned by Jean, Pirate Jake, Helena, Mercedes, Locke, Wadow, Rikku, Zidane. Can be learned by Diabolos. Can be accessed by equipping the Hanzo Gauntlet.
  • Purse Snatch » Toxic Gift - Eldin's Limit Burst.
  • Treasure Snatch » Thief Supreme - Paul's Limit Burst.
  • Steal Gil - Passive ability. Learned by Thief, Xon, Zidane.
  • Armed Robbery » Eccentric Collector » Treasure Master - Locke's Limit Burst.
  • Sticky Fingers - Juggler's Trust Master reward.
  • Steal HP - Learned by Thief.
  • Steal MP - Learned by Thief.
  • Steal Aura - Learned by Thief.
  • Steal Time - Learned by Thief.
  • Steal Chance - Use steal skills twice in one turn. Learned by Zidane.
  • Thief's Mastery - Passive ability. Learned by Zidane.
  • Life Steal - Learned by Zidane.
  • Magic Steal - Learned by Zidane.
  • Physical Steal - Learned by Zidane.
  • Mental Steal - Learned by Zidane.
  • Waylay - Learned by Xon.
  • Twist of Fate - Learned by Xon.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NTEdit

  • Steal - One of Zidane's Bravery attacks. Becomes "Mug" when Zidane is under Trance, his EX Skill.
  • Steal - Locke's EX Skill. Becomes "Mug" when Locke attacks foes not targeting him.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Edit

Chocobo RacingEdit

Mug is an ability initially used by Goblin but usable by any character.

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