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Nobleman
DromEd noblemen
Health
Maximum
7
Flees at
always


Attack
Primary Attack
unarmed



Behaviour
Alertness
medium
Aggressiveness
none
Speed
medium
Other
Variations
male and female with a huge variety of dresses and ages.
Games
Appears in
T2
Model name (DromEd/T3Ed)
noblem01, noblem02, noblem03, noblem04, noblew01, noblew02, noblew03, noblew04
Velvet has gotten sooo expensive...
  — Nobleman idle quote


Noblemen represent the more wealthy and often more powerful element of The City. These men and women are the land owners, the socialites and the idle rich and as such are prime targets for thieves.

The City is awash with a large number of Nobles of various types, most commonly Lords and Ladies. A number of these appear to operate in charge of some of the less seemly fields such as working as a Warden, or working for one, in charge of gambling pits and dens as a way to keep or gain higher social status.

In Thief II: The Metal Age, the Nobles were a major part of the Mechanist leader Karras' plan, first by his use of 'gifts' such as Watchers, then Masked Servants.

As a NPC typeEdit

The Nobleman is a different type of NPC from the Opera Guests in Thief Gold.

In T2 the noblemen have a huge variety of age and dresses. These bystanders follow the same behaviour as the regular servant. They'll flee on first sight of danger. The Nobleman usually caries valuable stuff on his or hers belt.

While Noblemen are a rare sight on the streets, they can often be found inside of manors or wealthy locations such as the First City Bank and Trust and Angelwatch.

By Thief: Deadly Shadows, Nobles are seen more on the streets, mixing with people of lower class.

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