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ON-icon-achievement-A Cutpurse Above (desktop).png A Cutpurse Above
Type Thieves Guild Achievements
Points 50
Prereqs
Title Master Thief
Memento Coin of Illusory Riches
Steal every treasure from Kari's Hit List and place them all within the Thieves Den.

A Cutpurse Above is awarded for stealing all 16 items from Kari's Hit List and bringing them to the Thieves Den in Abah's Landing. There are five items from each of the Alliances, one per zone, and one more item in Hew's Bane. These items will not appear until you have read Kari's Hit List, which is on a table in the Den. If you are arrested or killed by guards with one of them in your possession, it will be confiscated and returned to its original location. Once you have brought each of the items to the Den, you will be awarded with the title "Master Thief", and the Coin of Illusory Riches, a memento which causes you to toss a coin in the air, only to be bombarded with a shower of (illusory) riches from the heavens.

Below is a list of all the items, ordered by how they appear in Kari's Hit List:

Part Clue Location Map Image
ON-icon-stolen-Trash Urn.png Prince Hubalajad's Trash Urn The great great great—you get the idea—grandnephew of some banker back when Prince Hew was alive still has the poor sap's repossessed funeral urn sitting out as a flower pot. Hew's Bane, in a corner inside the Bank of Abah's Landing in Abah's Landing. (map) ON-item-Prince Hubalajad's Trash Urn (museum).jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Treethane Nirel Book.png Treethane Niriel's "Living Plant-Wear" Book Set The Mages Guild is doing restoration work on an old set of weird living books for one of the Treethanes. I guess you're supposed to water them. Greenshade, the upper floor of the Mages Guild in Marbruk, sitting on a table. (map) ON-item-Treethane Niriel's ''Living Plant-Wear'' Book Set.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Coronation Decanter.png Coronation Decanter of Prince Naemon Prince Naemon had a commemorative decanter commissioned for his coronation, which never happened. Rumors say it's still on display in Skywatch Manor. Auridon, on the ground floor of Skywatch Manor, when exiting the Throne area, turn left and it's on top of the dresser across from the fireplace. (map) ON-item-Coronation Decanter of Prince Naemon (museum).jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Tuneless Harp.png Tuneless Harp of Fiirgarion the Bard There's an old Wood Elf tale about a bard so good he won a contest with a cursed harp. Supposedly the Mages Guild is keeping it from bursting any eardrums in the wrong hands. Malabal Tor, ground floor of the Mages Guild in Velyn Harbor (map) ON-item-Tuneless Harp of Fiirgarion the Bard (museum).jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Spittoon.png Hairball Spittoon of Darloc Brae The Mages Guild is caring for the ancient possessions of some Khajiit warrior of old at their holdings in Rawl'kha. You have the misfortune of finding his spittoon. Reaper's March, the outdoor area of the Mages Guild in Rawl'kha, under the living quarters. (map) ON-item-Hairball Spittoon of Darloc Brae.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Burial Mannequin.png Burial Mannequin of Calarthor Camoran There's a mannequin that was supposed to stand in for one of the members of the Camoran dynasty when he died in battle. I guess they found him, because it's collecting dust in the embassy. Grahtwood, Altmer Embassy in Elden Root. The item is on the bottom floor inside of an Unsealed Urn in the southern corner. (map) ON-item-Burial Mannequin of Calarthor Camoran.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Drinking Bowl.png Divad Hunding's Dribble Bowl A wealthy innkeeper out in the desert has some antique bowl he claims is a family heirloom tracing his line back to some Ra Gada hero. Looks can be deceiving, but I have my doubts. Alik'r Desert, atop the reception desk on the ground floor of the Sisters of the Sands Inn in Sentinel. (map) ON-item-Divad Hunding's Dribble Bowl.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Ode.png King Farangel's Unpublished Ode to Wayrest The first king of Wayrest might have been a good king, but he was a terrible poet. There's an unpublished book of his work archived in the Mages Guild. We won't make you recite it. Stormhaven, sitting on a table on the left side of the room in the Wayrest Mages Guild Hall. (map) ON-item-King Farangel's Unpublished Ode to Wayrest.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Sesnits Paperweight.png Yokeda Sesnit's Paperweights One of the more organized Yokudan conquerors had to use massive paperweights to wrangle all his inventories. Fair warning, I might keep these. Bangkorai, a bedroom on the second floor of the Anchor's Point Inn in Evermore. (map) ON-item-Yokeda Sesnit's Paperweights.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Dirennis Inflammable Rug.png Raven Direnni's Inflammable Rug One of the carpets decorating Daggerfall castle is supposedly magical. I don't know why they'd just have something like that just sitting out, but use it to your advantage. Glenumbra, inside the Storage Chest along the wall of the kitchen of Daggerfall Castle (map) ON-item-Raven Direnni's Inflammable Rug.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Halfhearted Love Letters.png Princess Rayelle's Half-Hearted Love Letters The Fighters Guild is supposed to have a bunch of letters the princess of Shornhelm wrote to King Emeric before he dumped her for the princess of Sentinel. Sounds juicy. Rivenspire, in an Antique Chest in a ground floor room of the Shornhelm Fighters Guild. Enter the guild and turn right; it is the first room on the right. (map) ON-item-Princess Rayelle's Half-hearted Love Letters.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Cheesewheel Vivisector.png King Jorunn's Automatic Cheesewheel Vivisector The locals out in Eastmarch say that King Jorunn's commissioned some ancient piece of Dwarven technology he smashed into a centerpiece for his next banquet. The thing's undergoing repair at their local Mages Guild. Eastmarch, ground floor of the Mages Guild in Windhelm (map) ON-item-King Jorunn's Automatic Cheesewheel Vivisector.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Akaviri Armistice Banquet Tray.png Akaviri Armistice Banquet Tray One of the inns has an old coat-of-arms from the Ebonheart Pact's formation sitting in its basement. Seems they aren't sentimental about it. Stonefalls, in the basement of the Hissing Guar in Kragenmoor. (map) ON-item-Akaviri Armistice Banquet Tray.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Devotion Shovel.png Shaman Chirah's Devotion Shovel There was some strange tribe that lived out in Black Marsh alongside the Argonians. Unsurprisingly, they're all dead, but the Argonians still keep some artifacts around. There's some religious shovel their people prayed to, I guess. Shadowfen, near the smaller Hist tree in Stormhold. (map) ON-item-Shaman Chirah's Devotion Shovel.jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Cloth Roll.png King Dumac's Royal Latrine Cloth Roll Most of the time Dwarven artifacts are highly prized, but I have a lead on some banner that got taken down and thrown in storage around Mournhold. Probably more to the story. Deshaan, go through the City Center of Mournhold doors on the northern side with the large red Ebonheart Pact banners on either side. Open the Preservation Chest in the left corner of that back room. (map) ON-item-King Dumac's Royal Latrine Cloth Roll (museum).jpg
ON-icon-stolen-Sloadskin Wine Sack.png Ysgramor's Sload-Skin Wine Sack Ysgramor is basically worshiped by the Fighters Guild. They'd give their sword arms to drink from the same vessel he did, but there's one of his old wine skins that's been sitting untouched. The Rift, the upper floor of Fighters Guild in Riften (map) ON-item-Ysgramor's Sload-skin Wine Sack.jpg