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Travel Table Internal Layout

The table is now laid out into 5 rows in the following format:

  • Location name (column 1)
  • Gnawnia costs (columns 2 to 5)
  • Burroughs costs (columns 6 to 9)
  • Furoma costs (columns 10 to 13)
  • Bristle Woods costs (columns 14 to 16)

-- Grexx 18:29, 5 March 2009 (UTC)

Special Locations

Do we want to include a separate table for Ronza, the Festive Comet, and other sundry locations that do not remain available all the time? Bullfrog117 00:08, 5 December 2009 (PST)

I got bored waiting for an answer ;-D

Town of Gnawnia

Festive Comet -> Town of Gnawnia = 0 gold

-> Meadow = 1,078 gold

-> Harbour = 856 gold

-> Mountain = 1,915 gold

Whisker Woods

-> Calm Clearing = 1,576 gold

-> Great Gnarled Tree = 4,326 gold

-> Lagoon = 3,231 gold


-> Laboratory = 3,591 gold

-> Town Of Digby = 759 gold

-> Mousoleum = 2,842 gold

-> Bazaar = 1,591 gold


-> Training Grounds = 3,838 gold

-> Dojo = 2,756 gold

-> Meditation Room = 2,754 gold

-> Pinnacle Chamber = 2,754 gold

Bristle Woods

-> Catacombs = 3,194 gold


-> S.S. Huntington II = 7,346 gold

Tribal Isles

-> Cape Clawed = 4,443 gold

-> Elub Shore = 5,160 gold

-> Nerg Plains = 5,454 gold

-> Derr Dunes = 5,177 gold

-> Jungle Of Dread = 5,969 gold

-> Dracano = 6,271 gold

Bullfrog117 00:25, 5 December 2009 (PST)

Catz >>> Comet = 2,794 gold ..... _____m. 00:30, 6 December 2009 (UTC)
Re-raising this question - do we want to temporarily add a row and column for Haunted Terrortories? -- ericb talkcontr 11:56, 21 October 2010 (UTC)
Interestingly, the original proposal was to add a separate table. It seems like too much work to add column and row to the existing table and then have to take it out again when the event is over, but adding a separate table sounds good to me. -- camomiletea 12:44, 21 October 2010 (UTC)

Larry's Travel

It would be good to mention how many times (unlimited?) that the travel can be used per day. Also, traveling to Town of Gnawnia using normal travel is not free, so should be advised against, but I haven't had the chance to confirm this. -- Grexx 09:26, 16 June 2010 (UTC)

I've not tried finding out the limit to Larry's Travel. However, Larry's Travel may lead to other locations, so as quoted from the first news post:
There is also a Larry's Travel section on the travel page to take you to locations free of cost! Currently it takes you to the Town of Gnawnia for free!
Keywords being locations and currently which suggests, it may lead elsewhere in the future. Draobyek 11:03, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
Another strategy that might be listed is that if you want to travel somewhere that's closer to Town of Gnawnia, don't take the direct route, but travel using Larry's Travel to ToG and then it's cheaper to go to your desired location. -- camomiletea 16:11, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
Would it be worth making a notation on all direct travel costs that are more expensive than the counterpart of using Larry's travel first? I'm thinking of shading those cells, so that there is a quick visual distinction of whether a direct price is also the cheapest. For example,
Meadow Town of Gnawnia Windmill
Meadow 10 260
Town of Gnawnia 10 250
Windmill 260 250
What do you think? -- ericb talkcontr 12:04, 21 October 2010 (UTC)
I like this idea, although not that particular color, hehe. -- camomiletea 12:40, 21 October 2010 (UTC)
Good idea, but depending on how the travel costs turn out, it might be a better idea to shade travel spots where direct travel is less expensive.
You'll also need to consider if it'll make the travel chart difficult to read, since it might end up being a checkered pattern giving half the people reading it sore eyes :D Consider also whether to continue using the alternate line shading. -- Grexx 13:58, 21 October 2010 (UTC)
I'm currently thinking that color-only is bad for blind readers. And you are right that there are probably fewer cheapest direct routes in comparison to routes where Larry's travel makes sense. So I'm instead going with a '*' mark on cheapest routes; see the start of my efforts: User:Ericb/Sandbox -- ericb talkcontr 16:51, 16 November 2010 (UTC)