This article is about the teleport tablet. For the teleport spell, see Teleport to House
The teleport to house is a magic tablet that can be broken by players to teleport to their player-owned house. Players can right-click to choose whether they teleport inside or outside of their house.
Players can create this item on a mahogany eagle lectern (requiring 67 Construction) or marble lectern (77) as long as they have 1 law rune, 1 air rune, 1 earth rune, and 1 soft clay and at least level 40 Magic. Combination runes and staves can be used, allowing for two spaces to be freed by using a dust staff. You gain 30 Magic experience for each tablet you create, and each tablet takes ~3 seconds to make.
A player breaking a teleport tablet
This tablet can be made regardless of the player's current spellbook. As with all tablets (except for the Ardougne teletab), the user does not need to have the relevant Magic level to use it. All tablets, including this one are an efficient method of earning money and Magic experience. They are very popular with players, as they take up 1 inventory space, making a good 1-click teleport and great for tablet making/Construction training. A good strategy for making tablets is to carry law runes, noted soft clay and coins while wielding a dust staff; make the tablets at a player-owned house in Rimmington, and use Phials to un-note the soft clay for 5 coins per note, then repeat the process.
Those who participate in the Nightmare Zone minigame can purchase a scroll of redirection, costing 775 reward points per scroll. Each scroll can redirect a house tablet to one of the locations below, providing you have the required Construction level to move there.
|26 September 2013
(update | poll)
The Nightmare Zone reward shop now sells Scrolls of Redirection that can be used to change the destination of a 'Teleport to House' tablet. You can choose a destination of any player-owned house portal, or Trollheim.
|12 October 2017
The examine text was changed. Previously, it was "A tablet containing a magic spell."