Thieves take their aspect for themselves. Void is the unknown and thus what is perceived as nonexistent. A good way to think about it is like code. Thieves have an interesting way of operating. We have the Condesce, who took life, which eventually led to her own doom. So how does this tie in with the Thief of Void?
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They value mystery and the unexplained, and are not particularly bothered by not having all the answers. Where others might be compelled to go out and seek answers, the Void-bound lean more toward casting doubt on what is already considered fully understood. After all, in order for something new to be built, the old, rotting foundation must often be razed. At their best, Void-bound are wise, intuitive, and vibrant. At their worst they can be dismissive, indecisive, and apathetic.
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Thieves usually view themselves as the only player on their team capable of using their aspect, so they hoard it to unhealthy extremes. A Thief of Void would do the same with Void, but the personal reasons for stealing nothingness are difficult to pin down. Following this, a Thief of Void would reveal the secrets of others while keeping their identity, thoughts, and feelings obscured in a field of Void.
What they do: Thieves steal their aspect for themselves. Void is the aspect of mystery, irrelevance, misdirection, nothingness, obscurity, etc. A Thief of Void steals Void or steals through Void. Thieves are usually overconfident or act overconfident to hide their self-doubt , especially when they have their aspect, and need to learn to let others have their aspect, even if they believe that they alone are capable of handling it. A Thief of Void would steal through Void, meaning they use their stealth skills in order to take from others. They are a private person and tend to keep their secrets to themself. This Thief could also steal by making themself look irrelevant. Are you sure about that? We should take you home so you can nap. They might even use a scapegoat, passing the attention onto someone else so they can make a clean getaway.