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The Teleport Stone (テレポストーン, Terepo Sutōn?), also known as Warp Stone, is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It generally has the same effect as the Warp spell.

While they are not named Teleport Stone in any versions of the game they are in, the Ottershroom (also known as Otterhead) and Emergency Exit are similar in effect to the Teleport Stone.


Final FantasyEdit

The Teleport Stone appears only in the Dawn of Souls, 20th Anniversary and iOS versions, and teleports the party out of a dungeon. It is an extremely rare item and is dropped by Purple Worms.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

Effect Same as the White Mage spell Teleport. Warps party out of dungeons.
Also Known As Otterhead
Buy Replito, Saronia, Invincible (NES)
Replito, Falgabard (3D)
Find Dwarven Hollows
Steal N/A
Drop NES version only. Chance of dropping is low (0.6%)
Adamantoise, Balloon, Boss Troll, Fachan, Knocker, Kyklops, Leprechaun, Magician, Red Cap, Rock Gargoyle, Sorcerer, Stroper, Thor, Vulcan
Cost 2,000 gil

Final Fantasy IVEdit

The Emergency Exit, also called EmergencyExit or Exit, is a very rare item that allows the player to warp out of the dungeon. It is not sold in shops, but is found in various treasures around the world.

The Emergency Exit doesn't work in Sealed Cave.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Teleport Stone
Effect Same effects as Teleport spell when used in menu. When used in battle, same effect as fleeing.
Also Known As Warp Stone (SNES)
Buy [WoB] Albrook, Blackjack, Thamasa, [WoR] Albrook, Jidoor
Find [WoB] South Figaro - Barrel, [WoB] Albrook - Box, [WoR] Phoenix Cave - Warp Stone
Steal Warlock, Mahadeva, Sorath, Medusa Chicken, Great Malboro, Creature, Moonform, Aspidochelon, Hidon, Zone Eater
Drop Zokka, Warlock, Mahadeva, Sorath, Medusa Chicken, Creature, Moonform, Aspidochelon, Hidon
Morph Templar, Borghese, Suriander, Vulture, Killer Mantis, Anguiform, Brainpan, Devoahan, Sandhorse, General, Kamui, Wartpuck, Lenergia, Twinscythe, Misfit, Oceanus, Demon Knight, Imperial Elite, Aspidochelon, Greater Mantis, Rukh
Cost 700 gil

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

While the item does not appear in the game, a message for an item named Telpostone (found also in the Japanese version with the item's regular Japanese name) is found in the script of the Item Store in Cosmo Canyon. Other than the message for obtaining it being found in the data, there is no other data for the item found in the final game, and the item is dummied out.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

The player can use Teleport Stones at Gate Crystals to teleport to any other Gate Crystal the player has already visited. Teleport Stones can be obtained by completing various jobs and marks. They can also be bought off Skyferries, the Clan Centurio shop in Muthru Bazaar, and from Dyce in Balfonheim for 200 gil. Teleport Stone can be dropped by Bagoly, Baknamy, Dark Skeleton, Emperor Aevis, Gorgimera, Oiling, Silver Lobo, Speartongue, Urutan-Yensa, Vivian, Wildsnake and Yeti. It can be stolen from Abysteel, Archaeoaevis, Humbaba, Steeling, and Werewolf.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

The player can use certain Cie'th Stones to teleport in various locations on Gran Pulse. A few special Cie'th Stones can also be found in the Cradle of Orphan.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

A mystical gem that allows the user to warp to safety except when on missions.

Teleport Stone warps the party back to the world map from a dungeon, unless they are mid-mission. They can be bought from McTighe, Aqvi and Mi-Go for 2000 gil.

Bravely DefaultEdit

A strange mineral also known as memory stone. It memorizes the quickening of the pulse that happens at the entrance of a dungeon, and then when its user raises it up and chants later on, it instantly takes the entire party back to that spot.

The Teleport Stone returns the party to the dungeon entrance. It can be bought from Caldisla, Ancheim, Faithful Fox, Florem, Grandship, Hartschild, Starkfort and the Adventurer for 100 pg.

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Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Teleport Stones serve to teleport the player around the world map, but their use is limited. A teleport stone in the south-east warps the player to the entrance to the Land of Discord, where the final battles of the "Light to All" storyline take place and Chaos makes his lair. In their respective storylines, Bartz, Zidane and Firion all make use of the Teleport Stone to travel to and from the Land of Discord.

In "Confessions of the Creator", a large network of Teleport Stones covers the world and the party is free to use them to warp about. Several gateways, namely the Dragon King Gateway at Bahamut Isles, the Forsaken Land gateway at Gaia, and the Chasm in the Rotting Land, can only be reached by Teleport Stone. At the beginning of the story the northern Teleport Stones are inaccessible, and are unlocked for usage as the player unlocks gateways to these areas to reach them on foot.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

The Teleport Stone allows one to move forward one space ahead without playing the Music Sequence. It can only be used during Quest Medleys.

Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

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Chocobo no Fushigi na DungeonEdit

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