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The Teleport Stone (テレポストーン, Terepo Sutōn?), also known as Warp Stone, Emergency Exit, Ottershroom, and Otterhead, is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It generally has the same effect as the Warp spell.
An item called Ottershroom, also known as Otterhead, teleports the party out of dungeons, giving the same effect as the White Magic spell Teleport.
|Effect||Same as the White Mage spell Teleport. Warps party out of dungeons.|
|Location||Buy from Replito, Saronia, Invincible in NES version and Replito and Falgabard in DS version.|
|Won from||The item can be won from enemies in the NES version only. The chance of it dropping is low, 0.6%|
Adamantoise, Balloon, Boss Troll, Fachan, Knocker, Kyklops, Leprechaun, Magician, Red Cap, Rock Gargoyle, Sorcerer, Stroper, Thor, Vulcan
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.
The item is known as Warp Stone in the SNES version.
|Effect||Same effects as Teleport spell when used in menu. When used in battles, same effect as fleeing.|
|Buy in||[WoB] Albrook, Blackjack, Thamasa, [WoR] Albrook, Jidoor|
|Find||[WoB] South Figaro - Barrel, [WoB] Albrook - Box, [WoR] Phoenix Cave - Warp Stone|
|Steal from||Warlock, Mahadeva, Sorath, Medusa Chicken, Great Malboro, Creature, Moonform, Aspidochelon, Hidon, Zone Eater|
|Won from||Zokka, Warlock, Mahadeva, Sorath, Medusa Chicken, Creature, Moonform, Aspidochelon, Hidon|
|Morph from||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|
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.
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.
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.
- “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 costs 100 pg to purchase.
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 "Confessions of the Creator" a large network of teleport stones can be used to quickly warp across the map, including a few areas otherwise inaccessible.