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Can you teleother people against there will?

Updated: 4/28/2022
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Peakreactionz

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14y ago

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yes you can. If you look in the spell book, once you reach level 74 you can teleother your target to lumbridge, and later on falador and camelot. When another player chooses a player as their target that person will be sent to where ever the spell caster has chosen. I have seen people do this to other players before, as well as had it done to me.

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