Tortle portal

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Tortle portals are portals with which one can teleport between The Islands That Once Were Turtles. There are five tortle portals on those islands.

For a large claimed uncharted isle, a set of two tortle portals can be purchased from Boni's Waiko Reward Shop for 350 chimes each, after all the portals on The Islands That Once Were Turtles have been charged. Players may use either these tortle portals to either tortleport to the other one, or to Halia (divine merchant).

Tortle portals on Turtles[edit | edit source]

The first portal is on the eastern island with the former Skulls' fortress. It can be charged without any energy, but does require level 90 Divination (can be boosted) to do so. It leads to the middle island with Halia, the divine merchant.

The second one is on the south side of the middle island to return to the eastern fortress island. The third portal is on the west side of the middle island. It requires 50 ancestral energy as a one time payment to charge. It leads to the western island with the positive and negative wisps around the island chain's dead moai.

The fourth one is at the northeast part of the western island with the divine colony which returns to the middle island. The fifth portal is a one-way teleport to Waiko and located at the northwest part of the western island. It also requires 50 ancestral energy to be charged.

Charging all tortle portals is one of the requirements, Ancient Eastern Tortle Portals, needed to wear the completionist cape.

A player activating a tortle portal.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • ninja 20 August 2018 (Update):
    • Removed confirm/cancel menu for tortle portals on The Islands That Once Were Turtles.
  • patch 31 October 2016 (Update):
    • Using the tortle portals on a claimed island will no longer reset the skybox.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The item's examine text is a reference to the Portal video game series.
  • When charging one of the portals the phrase "reticulating shrines" may appear. This is a reference to the phrase "reticulating splines" found in many Maxis games such as SimCity.
  • The charging portal animation is similar to Onslaught, but blue.