Today you might be thinking"well if he can not GET the dragon series and RuneScape gold all he does is wait for it to be taken from him, what's in it for him?" What's"in it for him" is that whoever is attempting to sneak the dragon chain body out of him, fails to steal it more than three times, the dragon chain can't be stolen from him and it is now his to maintain. Now you might be wondering why"Well if they DO get it from him does he walk out empty handed?"
I will explain this in section 3. Lets say you are a participant in the thieving location. You have a bandos godsword on your inventory and it may be stolen. You are watching the map for an orange dot that the coach said suggests the person that's trying to steal from you. You suddenly find the orange dot look from among the numerous hiding places located all over the thieving location. He runs up to you and tries to sneak your godsword. (fine enough of the story, now I will explain what will occur in this senario).
Let's say he neglects to steal your godsword, nicely just like when you fail to pick pocket a guard in ardougne, you may strike a certain ammount of dammage to him as a retort. Well I believe that dealing your opponent one fifth of the hit points is a reasonable ammount of dammage. Now lets say he neglects twice and in the end you have dealt a total of 74 dammage points and that killed him.
But you might want to know"well if he sees exactly what do you get, does he lose all of his items only like the wilderness?" No all he loses is the item/items that he obtained in the torso. You may be asking"well can you just walk up to some random individual and steal his things?"
Whatever you may do is look at your screen and on the listing that shows your inventory, quest listing, stats and all that other things there'll be a new icon (the thieving icon of this tiny black mask). When you click that it will display a list of about five people that you are supposed to slip from. It also shows the current items that you've obtained from osrs fire cape service other competitor that you stole from.