As an attempt to impress the Guild, young Remy tried to steal an amulet from Mumbo Mastiff, a big gang leader in New Orleans. He got caught and he almost got a way, but gators managed to halt his escape and in the process ate the amulet. Though Mr Mastiff was very angry at young Remy, his daughter, Minnie, seemed to like him, so Mumbo spared his young life. Several years later Mumbo asked Remy for a repayment on that life debt, wanting Remy to save his daughter from Abrian Ducreste's voodoo magic. Remy of course saved the damsel in distress and slept with her. - Source: Gambit, Volume 3 #25
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The Cheating Star was something that Remy stole when he was a teenager, working for the Guild. He was a cocky brat and decided to do things his way to get it, by charming the jewel thief, Genevieve Darceneaux, who stole it from its owner. Unfortunately, Sabretooth was hired by the owner, Martin Herzog, to get it back from Genevieve as well. After saving Genevieve from Creed, Remy managed to seduce his way into Genevieve's bed and got the pendant while she slept. Sabretooth turned the tables when he kidnaped Genevieve and Remy's brother Henri, making Remy choose, the Jewel or one of their lives. Remy chose to save his brother and gave the jewel to Sabretooth. Genevieve died, but not before telling Remy she really did love him and she would have given him the jewel, avoiding the whole mess Remy had created. - Source: X-Men #33
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This unidentified painting that Remy stole when he was younger lead to several different relationship turns later. He stole the painting in London, commissioned by an unidentified family whom the painting was stolen from during World War II. Yukio tipped off the police about Remy's theft of the painting to distract them from the jewel heist she was committing. Remy charmed Alexandra Davies, the arresting officer, to let him go with the promise he would lead her to a "bigger fish". Remy turned the tables on Yukio and got her arrested the next night, causing the major rift between them later. Alexandra made Detective from the arrest and Remy was allowed to walk with the painting. Later, Mastermind used Remy's relationship with Davies to bring him into a game of murder, where Wolverine was acting out the role of the Ripper, and Alexandra was one of his victims. - Source: Wolverine/Gambit Victims #3
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Gambit set out to steal the Elixir of Life, a magical potion that gave the Guild long life, to save his dying wife Belladonna after her fatal attack from the Brood. The Guild refused to give him the drug, due to his wife being an assassin. He stole the Elixir from two sources. The first vial he took from Candra, the Benefactress who gives the elixir to the Guilds and the second vial from his crazed brother-in-law Julian who had stole it from the Guild. He needed both to mix to make the potion work. In the process of stealing and using the Elixir he broke the pact between Candra and the Guilds, they no longer receive anything from the Benefactress. - Gambit, Vol. 1 - #3 and #4
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Yes, the real Batmobile. Gambit and Wolverine stole it off the WB lot after beating up Batman and Nightwing. They stole the vehicle after getting thrown into DC reality thinking they are just going to drive home to Westchester and find out what was going on. Instead the world goes wacky again and they are thrown back in the Marvelverse with no more car. - Source: Marvel Comics vs DC Comics #2
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Remy stole the Cross of Redemption from a Cuban Gangster who had it stolen from the church it rightfully belonged to. During the heist he began seeing visions of Tante Mattie telling him that his help was needed elsewhere. He ends up getting into the middle of a religious war between Stoker and Anielle because of the cross. In the end he returned the Cross to it's proper place in the church. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 2 #1-4
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The gauntlet is a piece of alien technology that is one of several pieces needed to create an alien spaceship. As part of his pay back to New Sun he was told to steal the Gauntlet from the tomb of Hsien's 12th son in China. He was competing with Elysian Enterprises, a company that finds and researches military weapons. Remy managed to get out with the first piece, but was soon sent after the second. Remy, after finding out just what the gauntlet did, decided no one should have the technology and destroyed the second piece making all the other parts useless. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 3 #1
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Gambit originally went with Storm to Muir Island so that he could get a check-up from Dr. MacTaggert, since his powers seemed to be going out of wack again. New Sun told him to acquire Moira's Legacy virus information while he was there, even though it was against Remy's will, he agreed. Remy messed up slightly by setting charges meant to distract, but in turn they cause an automatic self destruct of all the computer information. Moira believed that all her research of the Legacy virus would be lost, but Remy saved the day, and in the process stole a copy of the research Moira had been studying for years without detection. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 3 #2
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The Gas that Remy stole was a mind altering drug that allowed whoever released it to control the mind of the people under its spell. The gas was excreted by a young mutant named Shirow, who was under New Orleans Guild care, after he and his sister had been kicked out of the Tokyo Guild. The drug was originally being sold by Jacob Gavin to a group of mobsters, but was stolen by the Mengo brothers for The Pig. Remy managed to steal the gas from the Mengo brother, in turn ticking off The Pig, an old enemy from Remy's past. When The Pig came after the gas, Remy hit him with it and "talked" the Pig into taking a walk off a cliff. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 3 #3
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Remy stole a disc of Xavier's information, due to the fact that Xavier was beginning to act strange again, like when he became Onslaught. Fearing that the Professor was again going crazy or maybe not himself at all, he stole the disc and recruited his arch-enemy, Sabretooth, to help him find Sinister's lab. At the time Sabretooth was dying, after having his adamantium ripped out of him, so he agreed to help as long as Remy promised to help him live. Finding the lab, they ran into Sinister who agreed to help them with the Xavier problem in return Essex got part of Jacob Gavin's DNA. Later, Gambit gave this disc to the Fantastic Four to use for research in Maximum Security #3. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 3 #8 - 9
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The Princess is a time jumping blue orb that everyone wants to get there hands on. It only appears for a moment in practically the same place, every 27 years or so. If you manage to touch the orb it will give you a glance of the past and future. If you can hold on to it then you will keep it from jumping and have great power. Jean-Luc believed that he could use the Princess to fulfill the prophecy. Not getting the Orb the two times he tried he sent Remy out to get it the next time around, but he had competition. The Von Strucker's, who's father tried to catch it before as well, and Sek, who thought she would be able to go back in time and save her mother. No one got the gem, but it showed that in the future Remy will catch the gem and that he would use it very much later in life. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 3 #10
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The Avengers have there little jets just like the X-Men do. It was their bad luck that Remy needed a way to get Marrow to the Alien Emergency Room and the only one around was their's. He took out Capt. America and Hawkeye fairly quickly and then fought Thor long enough to grab the Quinjet. He used the jet to get Sarah to a Shi'ar Medical Unit. After threatening the alien doctor, he got Marrow the help she needed and a fix for her powers. - Source: Uncanny X-Men #370
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Remy stole this HUGE diamond from Vargas after battling it out with Vargas' twins and having a strange conversation about Psylocke. Remy thought that he had charmed his way out of being killed by Vargas, and believed he got away with the diamond undetected, but in all reality Vargas let him leave with it because of the prophecies in his chapter of Destiny's diaries. The diamond, along with Storm's ruby, later were part of the device that used Remy to open a gateway between Earth and a distant planet, allowing an alien race to wage war on the planet Earth. - Source: X-Treme X-Men #4
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Originally, Juggernaut was tricked into seeking out the Crimson Gem to double his power, but instead of doubling his power it sucked out the magical powers he had. Cain and Black Tom, went to Korea to retrieve the powers. Cain's partner in crime, Black Tom, asked for Storm and Shadowcat's help realizing that Cain was sick and unable to get the gem himself. In the middle of tracking down the Juggernaut, Storm and Kitty run into Gambit, who was missing, and assumed dead at the time. Remy was in Korea after the same Gem they were after, only Remy wanted it for monetary reason's, not to help Juggernaut. They make a pact to help one another, but whoever finds the gem first, gets it. They end up in Cheju-do where Remy snags the gem first, after tricking Shadowcat to leave him alone with it, but after a guilt trip from Storm he gives it to Black Tom and Juggernaut and rejoins the X-Men. - Source: Uncanny X-Men #361
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Not sure, but in Latin it can roughly be translated to Dark Poison. This is a set of tarot cards, made in Italy hundreds of years ago. The set is demonic in nature and can cause great harm and insanity to anyone that looks at the wrong card. There are 82 cards in the deck, four more then in normal tarot card decks, those 4 will cause bad effects to the looker. They even set up a mental ward, called Frater Inficio, to house the people affected by the cards. Remy was hired to steal the cards by Lili Penrose. Unfortunately, there were other people out to get it as well. He stole them, then they got stole from him, then he stole them again, then they got stole again, then after some blackmail he got them back. They are now in the care of Beast at the mansion who is fascinated by there organic makeup. - Source: Gambit Vol. 4 #2 - 3
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Remy was hired out, or really talked into, stealing a disc for Madame Camille, after she informed him she would not take money from him, only favors. Her payment for information on Lili Penrose was a disc from Stark-Tech, the people who fund the Avengers. The disc contained a prototype of a universal firewall bypass, allowing Madame Camille to easily hack into whomever she pleased. Remy managed to gain the disk but only barely, escaping in a crate under heavy enemy fire. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 4 #2
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Why Gambit stole this uniform in the first place it was never said, but he took it. It was Cyclop's yellow and black X-Men uniform, before he changed to the new Astonishing X-Men one. Remy used it to dress up as Scott in New Orleans when Logan and he tricked Alphonse into believing all the X-Men were in town looking for him. He also happened to have one of Cyclops visors as well, guess he took that too. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 4 #5
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Lucille was a bowling leaguer's prized bowling ball, something he had paid $350 to customize and engrave. Remy stole it with the classic bump and switch, replacing it with a head of lettuce and a rock. Remy used poor Lucille to charge and roll towards some gas cans causing a destraction so he could break into the Penrose house. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 4 #3
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This disk contains the quick romp Remy had with Lili Penrose while he was on the job to steal tarot cards for her. The surveillance camera caught the whole scene in action, which in turn was recorded by Ginny, who was very angry with Remy at the time. Genevieve copied the disc twice and sent one to the X-mansion and, unknown to Remy, the second went to Belladonna. Remy managed, with some help from his students, to get the disk from the mansion before anyone saw it. The second copy of the disk that was sent to Belle made it to her doorstep. The only person in the mansion that knows about the disc and what it contains is Wolverine, who was in New Orleans at the time of the event. Ginny still has the master copy of the tape. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 4 #10
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This Civil War model 1799-A Flintlock rifle was owned by Rutherford E Loomis (fiction character). Loomis was suppose to have killed General Alfred Ellis (in real war history his name was General Alfred Ellet) at the battle of Goodrich Landing (which actually occurred in 1863, but Ellet did not die, and the North won that battle). Loomis also later used the gun in stealing a payroll of Union Gold. The firing pin to this gun is suppose to lead to that lost gold, the whole reason Remy tried to steal it in the first place. He was beat to the punch by Bandit, then Belladonna's boyfriend. Of course, Remy pulled the pin out behind Bandit's back since that is all he was after anyway, allowing Bandit to leave with the rest of the gun. - Source: Gambit, Vol. 4 #11
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Gambit is called in to New Orleans and hired to steal an unknown disk by Mr. Green. Green sends Remy to the Bahamas to steal the disk from a retired CIA agent named Tyler Wynn. He is to return the disk to Green but keep the money that Wynn stole along with the disk as payment. When Remy arrives in the Bahamas he find little of the money left in the safe, most had been gambled away. He later finds out that the disk contains an accounting program that will help third world countries balance their budget and get out of debt with richer countries, something the CIA did not want to get out in the world. Remy saves Wynn and takes the disc back to Westchester to put it to good use. - -
Source: X-Men Unlimited, Vol. 2 #3
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Long before Remy was known as Gambit or ran with the X-Men, he was hired by Spat to steal the Scroll of Vishnota. The scroll was part of the Worthington Foundation collection, which was currently being ran by Warren Worthington, also known as Angel of the Champions at that time. After finding the scroll in the collection, Warren decided to return of the scrolls to it's Middle Eastern owners. He held a party to celebrate the return, but Remy and the villian, M.O.D.O.K., had other plans in mind. While the Champions, minus Iceman and Angel at the time, fought M.O.D.O.K. to stop his evil plans, Remy took off with the scroll. Before escaping out the window with his prize he was stopped by Black Widow with a request for help. Remy caved, doing the right thing with the cost of the scroll. - Source: From the Marvel Vaults: Gambit featuring the Champions One-Shot
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