Teleporter is a structure built with the energy of a destroyed Greed portal, and can only be used by the Monarch.

Building[edit | edit source]

The Kingdom's own teleporter can be built on the remains of a dock portal or small portal for:

  • 5 coins in Classic and New Lands
  • 8 coins in Two Crowns

This action creates a scaffold requiring up to two builders to raise the new teleporter.

The remains of a destroyed portal do not vanish with time and can be interacted with the moment the Monarch feels safe to do so.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Once completed, it appears circular and made of gray stones, with a translucent swirling material inside, where the Monarch can spend:

  • 1 coin in Classic and New Lands
  • 2 coins in Two Crowns

to enter spy mode, featuring a reduced view and allowing to:

  • fast spy regions using right and left directions.
    When nearing max time the view flashes faster and faster, until spy mode is cancelled.
  • teleport to spied location using down direction.

Using a teleporter in Classic and New Lands, makes it unusable for the next few minutes while it recharges, while it is immediatly reusable in Two Crowns.

Permanent teleportation link[edit | edit source]

After teleporting, a crackly purple lightning remains at the exit location while the teleporter recharges.

If this location is not obstructed, a teleporter can be built on the lightning, establishing a permanent teleportation link between it and the source teleporter.

Using either one instantly teleports to the other.

Permanent links can only be established once per teleporter and cannot be undone.

Teleporters with a permanent link cannot be used to fast spy other regions.

This is incredibly useful in mid to late-game stages as continual movement between the left and right sides of the kingdom becomes too time-consuming.

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