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An expert at stealing items!

D's Journal job description.

Stealing is wrong, of course, but your enemies didn't really need all that stuff, anyway. The thief is there to lighten their load.

Official site's description.

Thief job icon.

The Thief is a job in Bravely Default, gained by defeating the Jackal at the Harena Ruins.

Thief is the compulsory job to have if one favors to 'collect' rather than shop. The Thief is a fast physical melee job that excels in Agility and Dexterity, as well as using Daggers and Bows. Using Thieves are great against bosses as bosses tends to yield rare items. Simply stealing or mugging them is an awesome way to go, especially for 'collectors'. It's also capable of stealing HP and executing a powerful speed focused attack call Godspeed strike. Its skillset is Thievery.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The Thief wears midriff-baring light clothing suited for agile movement. Agnès and Edea both wear red cropped jackets over brown cropped tops, pink fringed scarves, black gloves, knee-high brown boots and large tan belts with a tan satchel hanging on the right side. Edea's jacket has long sleeves worn with her hood up and she wears long brown cargo pants. Agnès's jacket has short sleeves and she wears a short brown skirt and a black headband.

Tiz and Ringabel wear long tan pants with orange belt with tan satchels on the side, brown boots, green fringed scarves, and thin red and green bands on their upper arms. Tiz wears a grey hooded vest and red and green bands around their upper arms, along with tan cargo pants and braided brown belts around their waists. Ringabel wears a long-sleeved blue jacket and black armlets.

Proficiency[edit | edit source]

Stats[edit | edit source]


Equipment[edit | edit source]

Swords Axes Spears Rods Staves Daggers Bows Katanas Knuckles Shields Helms Armor

Abilities[edit | edit source]

The Thief's specialty is Master Thief. Its job command is Thievery.

Ability Job Level Cost Description
Steal 1 Has a 25% chance to steal an item from an enemy.
Abate Wind 2 1 slot Reduce damage taken from wind attacks. Note that you will not receive further reduction if this ability is used along with items with similar effects. Wind nullification effects take precedence over reduction effects.
Speed 10% Up 3 1 slot Raise Speed by 10%.
Life Thief 4 8 MP Deal the same damage as a conventional attack to one target. Also has a 75% chance to restore your own HP by the amount of the damage dealt.
Speed 20% Up 5 2 slots Raise Speed by 20%.
Mug 6 16 MP Deal the same damage as a conventional attack to one target. Also has a 25% chance to steal an item from that target.
Raid 7 1 slot Raises all allies' BP by one when the party gets first strike or gains a +1 BP bonus at the start of battle.
Dagger Lore 8 1 slot Raise arms aptitude for daggers to S.
Godspeed Strike 9 2 BP Unleash an attack that substitutes speed for physical attack and ignores enemies' physical defense.
Master Thief 10 3 slots Doubles the success rate of stealing abilities. Note that this effect does not stack with similar effects from items.
Rob Blind 11 2 slots Nab two items instead of one when stealing.
Shake Down 12 1 BP Steal an item from all enemies with a 25% success rate for each.
Speed 30% Up 13 3 slots Raise Speed by 30%.
Burgle and Buff 14 1 slot Raise physical attack by 25% when stealing an item from an enemy or recovering HP with Life Thief.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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