Renaissance Guide to GM Stealing The goal of this guide is to give insight on how to GM the stealing skill. You will find that GM'ing stealing is very easy and takes minimal knowledge of razor macros. There are 4 things that you will need to GM stealing. A house to macro in, a stack of 10 empty bottles and two bags or pouches. Stealing is a difficulty based skill that depends on the amount of weight you are trying to steal. The method that will be used here is for every 10 skill points gained in stealing, 1 stone will be added to the amount being stolen. 1 bottle = 1 stone which makes them easy to work with. The guidelines we will be following are.... 0-30 buy 30-35 1 bottle + bag = 3 stones 35-45 2 bottles + bag = 4 stones 45-55 3 bottles + bag = 5 stones 55-65 4 bottles + bag = 6 stones 65-75 5 bottles + bag = 7 stones 75-85 6 bottles + bag = 8 stones 85-95 7 bottles + bag = 9 stones 95-GM 8 bottles bag = 10 stones Basically all that we will be doing in this macro is placing bottles inside a bag and placing that bag inside another bag. Next, we will steal the bag with the bottles by targeting the bag itself and then replacing the bag over and over. The bag does not have to be locked down. *Note* Stealing can be trained from a Thief Guildmaster which can be found in West Britain and in Buccaneer's Den. Your character must have 2 days worth of gameplay and be at least 1 week old in order to join the Thieves Guild. (Thanks Avery!!) I will cover how to develop this macro from scratch in this guide. The first thing you will need to do is open razor, find the "Macro" tab, open it and create a new macro named "Stealing" or whatever name you prefer for your macro. Once your ready, simply hit the record button and go through the actions of stealing the bag containing the bottles, then picking the bag up from your backpack and finally placing it back into the bag on the ground, then hit "Stop". Your macro should look like this..... Now, there are a few things we need to do to clean this macro up and make it usable. We will need to add a slight pause between the stealing action and picking the bag up from your backpack as well as add a 10.5 second delay for skill cooldown. To add pauses, right click on the line BEFORE the desired pause location and right click as so.... Then you will see a box like this in which we will be entering in a 750 millisecond (.75 second) pause after the stealing action and a 10,500 millisecond (10.5 second) pause at the end for skill cooldown.... After the pauses have been entered in, the macro should look like this.... Your macro is ready to go! Just remember to add 1 bottle to the stack once you hit the next skill range as discussed earlier in this guide and you will see this in no time at all! *Note* Nothing needs to be re-recorded when you add another bottle to the bag because this macro is targeting the bag, not the actual bottles. Simply stop the macro, add another bottle to the stack and hit start again.