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 If you want to utilise a carriage/​boat you've built, you can ask the admin to establish a warp for you. There are three requirements for a warp/​portal:​ If you want to utilise a carriage/​boat you've built, you can ask the admin to establish a warp for you. There are three requirements for a warp/​portal:​
  
-  - The vehicle must be able to complete the trip. A carriage needs a road (or otherwise suitable terrain) between the point of departure and destination. A boat needs shallow waters or shorelines. A ship needs deep water or oceans. You aren't limited to these three vehicle types, either; use your imagination,​ but be realistic.+  - The vehicle must be able to complete the trip. A carriage needs a road (or otherwise suitable terrain) between the point of departure and destination. A boat needs shallow waters or shorelines ​and should be docked. A ship needs deep water or oceans. You aren't limited to these three vehicle types, either; use your imagination,​ but be realistic.
   - The route must be clear, safe, and realistic. Clear means that the vehicle would be able to make the trip if it was a real vehicle. Safe means that the road doesn'​t pass through or near enemy territory or anything/​anyone who would attack. Realistic means that the route should make sense and it should be possible, avoiding things like shallows and waterways too narrow. ​   - The route must be clear, safe, and realistic. Clear means that the vehicle would be able to make the trip if it was a real vehicle. Safe means that the road doesn'​t pass through or near enemy territory or anything/​anyone who would attack. Realistic means that the route should make sense and it should be possible, avoiding things like shallows and waterways too narrow. ​
   - The warps must be mutually agreed upon by whoever lives at either end; don't ask for a portal that leads into somebody'​s place without their permission. ​   - The warps must be mutually agreed upon by whoever lives at either end; don't ask for a portal that leads into somebody'​s place without their permission. ​