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Hieronymus Bosch: The Conjurer, 1475-1480 Note that the man in the back row is stealing another man's purse. He is also applying misdirection by looking up at the sky to misdirect the audience from his actions. The artist has even misdirected us from the thief, because we are drawn to the magician.

Hieronymus Bosch: The Conjurer, 1475-1480 Note that the man in the back row is stealing another man's purse. He is also applying misdirection by looking up at the sky to misdirect the audience from his actions. The artist has even misdirected us from the thief, because we are drawn to the magician.

The Gates of Hell (Dice Freaks)

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You are practically a god among thieves.

Requirements: Sleight of Hand 29 ranks.

Benefits: You treat all objects as one size smaller than their actual size for purposes of Sleight of Hand checks. This does not apply to the opposing Spot check made by the creature you are stealing from.

Special: You may select this feat a total of two times. Its effects stack.

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