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Disguises are used on several occasions by Sly during crime operations. In most affairs, he will dress up as one of the enemy guards and even socialize with the security. Sly is a specialist when it comes to camouflage; however, while he is given the title of "Master of Disguise," he is, according to Bentley, a poor actor when it comes to accents.
First introduced in Sly 2: Band of Thieves, Sly's first disguise was a tuxedo compiled of stolen formal wear from a hotel in India, where he intended to sneak into Rajan's Palace. He first uses it to dance with Constable Neyla, in order to impress Inspector Carmelita Fox, and then utilizes it to distract everyone in the ballroom while Murray attempts to steal the Clockwerk Wings in Operation: Hippo Drop. Murray also takes a guard helmet to disguise himself in the RC Combat Club.
In Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves, they soon become playable and heavily useful in interacting with guards and getting around the area undetected. Sly's ability is limited when a sentry inspects him, and so he must resort to support from Bentley by exchanging passwords with the guard.
List of DisguisesEdit
Sly 2: Band of ThievesEdit
- Tuxedo (not playable)
- Moose guard (non-selectable)
- Judge (not playable)
Sly 3: Honor Among ThievesEdit
- Venetian guard (playable)
- ACES pilot (non-selectable)
- Wedding Planner (Bentley)
- Wedding Photographer (playable)
- Cantankerous Tim (playable)
- General Tsao disguise (only shown on Op. Wedding Crasher)
Sly Cooper: Thieves in TimeEdit