- " I have to go to... Cleveland? Jesus, I hate Cleveland!"
- ― Jack Gates before being transported to Cleveland by Jack Gable (Delirious)
- Literary Teleportation
- Writing Teleportation
The user can teleport by writing the target location's name, for example, if they wrote "Paris, France" they will appear in Paris. They can use any writing method (Pen, Pencil, Crayon, marker, etc.) to use this power. Anyone touching the user at the time will also be taken with them.
- Remote Teleportation by writing the location's name on a paper and giving it to someone else.
- Cannot travel in time (I.E, writing "France, 1066" will not work.)
- Disaster may happen if the object written on (paper, for example) is destroyed.
- Jack Gable (Delirious)
- Peter (Family Guy); via cut away usage
- Old Man of Wandering Mountain (The Neverending Story)
- Book of Ages (Jackie Chan Adventures)