Finally have I found the time and motivation to share this fact. Sit back and enjoy. I do believe the trick I will use hasn't been mentioned on the forums earlier, so possibly some will find this as amusing. The trick has many uses, I will show it on an example of getting to Cattan, step by step. We have our character. Lets call him Willy. Hello Willy. "Hello Muro"- says Willy. Willy is currently in Tarant and he travels to the very edge of the city, in this case the north-west edge of the city map. He then travels across the border to the wilderness. Once there, he points the destination of his travel at, say, 1186W 1384S. Notice however, that he doesn't push the Toggle Walking Waypoint Path button, oh no he doesn't. Instead, he leaves the marked destination spot on the map there and returns to the game map. What's his next step? Well, Willy travels to Blackroot. He could do it by boat as well, but he decides to use the train, since it's closer at the moment (important note – do not teleport there, since it will reset the world map marked path, which is crucial for this trick). Behold, Willy is in Blackroot. He travels across the border of wilderness here as well. Now he turns on his world map but what is this? The previously marked destination point is still there! What does Willy do? He pushes the Toggle Walking Waypoint Path button and that’s where the magic happens. Instead of traveling north-west to the point, his path leads south-west, at the same angle as if he would be traveling from Tarant to that point. Oh look, he even travels through the ocean! And look, now he’s travelling through Cattan! Right-click when he’s over there to stop his travelling and sattle on Cattan. And there you have it, Willy is on Cattan. The only way to get out of there now is to use teleport, but that’s Willy’s problem now. Note that it’s very important to right-click before the final destination is reached, since when Willy would reach it, he would be magically teleported to the exact destination, in this example, 1186W 1384S. This trick may be used for various other purposes, like getting to the Isle of Despair after you have already left it, getting to the little island next to the Isle of Despair, getting to the Half-Ogre Island or Thanatos. All you have to do is experiment with the world map and locations connected with trains and ships. You can repeat Willy's adventure step by step to get accustomed with the mechanism of this trick. PS. Please do be patient with the loading of screenshots. It may be just me and my computer/connection/whatever or ImageShack is working a little slow these days. Tell me if there will be major problems with their loading and I'll use a different host. EDIT: Since ImageShack seems to be slow not only for me, I took some time, uploaded the screenshots to a different host and replaced the adresses in the post. Now the screenshots surely load fast for me and hopefully for everyone. EDIT 6th July 2010: Well wouldn't you know it, the host decided to 404 all of my precious screenshots, that bastard. Not sure how long it was like that but luckily I still had them on my hard drive and so the links are repaired now. ImageShack doesn't seem to be slow anymore but even if he will be again, slow loading will be better than no loading at all, if you'd ask me.