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I should get out of here.

Willow, when examining in Hamlet world

Wheeler Portrait.png
I've my doubts it'll actually fly, but I'm desperate.

Wheeler, when examining out of Hamlet world

The Skyworthy is the Hamlet DLC's equivalent of Shipwrecked's Seaworthy. It is found in the Magic Tab, requires 4 Nightmare Fuel, 4 Living Logs, and the Can of Silly String to craft, and a Shadow Manipulator to prototype.

The Skyworthy allows the player to travel to both a Shipwrecked or vanilla/Reign of Giants world. It may be crafted again to travel back to the Hamlet world. In Shipwrecked or vanilla/Reign of Giants worlds, the required Can of Silly String may be found by hammering a Wicker Basket which is generated somewhere in the world. Can of Silly String can also be obtained in the Royal Gallery . Once traveled to a different world, the player can also find/craft the Seaworthy to use for travel between Shipwrecked and Reign of Giants worlds.

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  • A Skyworthy tends to prioritize linking to another Skyworthy in another connected world (the same applies to the Seaworthy). With this mechanism, a player can utilize it for quick travel in a Hamlet-compatible world. For example, with a Hamlet-compatible Shipwrecked world, the player can build a Skyworthy in their main base and then build a Seaworthy near a Slot Machine in a different island. To quick travel to the Slot Machine the player must have a connected vanilla/Reign of Giants (RoG) world with a Skyworthy and a Seaworthy built next to each other (the player must obtain the Sea Worther and the Can of Silly String to craft them). Use the Skyworthy to go to the vanilla/RoG world, then use the Seaworthy, and upon entering the Shipwrecked world the player would be on the Slot Machine Island.

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