The Shoplifter knows deep down that her ex-boyfriend is a member of the Barons, and she suspects that he is the Black Baron himself, she just can’t drag herself to believe it. She still loves him and tries desperately to get him back on her side. Her prior convictions from drug-related issues had separated them, yet she returns to criminal activity to either get her beloved back or expose him and his entire organization.
During the Robbery, the Shoplifter may select any player's card to steal. The Shoplifter then sees what her new card is, and must fulfill that card's win conditions.
- Because the Shoplifter is an Innocent role, the person who receives the card will become innocent. If you reveal you stole a Robber's card, they will out that you are now a Robber. Thus, it is almost never a good idea to claim Shoplifter if you stole a Robber.
- Keep in mind that the Anarchist can swap your card after you steal, potentially switching it back with the player whose card you stole.
- If you reveal as the Shoplifter, you will always be asked what card you took. The person whom you claim to have stolen from will then confirm or deny that he was the role you said he was. If you steal an Innocent card, you will confirm both yourself and the player you stole from.
- Experienced players will force the Shoplifter to claim first, so if you steal a Robber, you only have about fifteen seconds to decide what to claim.
- While you do not have to steal a card, claiming you are a Shoplifter and did not act is very risky, because people will most likely not believe you.
- If you steal a Robber-aligned card, you have to cast suspicion onto them. They were originally evil, so they will have a harder time defending themselves than Innocents. Make sure to spot any other Robbers: they will defend their former partner. Do not let the player you stole from know they are not a Robber anymore.