Discussion:Pickpocketing Bags of Holding

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Pickpocketing Bags of Holding[edit]

Flession 00:48, 13 January 2008 (MST)[edit]

One of my players brought up to me a interesting conundrum: Pickpocket states on how one actually palms items from bags and things. However, if you look up Bags of Holding, you actually need to think about the object you are pulling up in order to obtain it. Now, for money, I can guess one just needs to think about money and some appears, but what about other objects. Wands, for instance, would normally fetch a fair price, but some random mug isn't going to know about it. So, yea, how does one actually pickpocket a Bag of Holding. (this also includes Handy Haversack, of course)

Pwsnafu 20:07, 14 January 2008 (MST)[edit]

A good thief can bypass any security system to steal the treasure. A master thief steals the security system as well.

Can't remember who said that. Sorry. Anyway, steal the bag, then tip it inside out. Secondly there nothing stopping someone using diviniations to find out what's in the bag.

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