Characters using a cloak, or a Badass Cape, for teleportation. This could be rooted in the fact that cloaks are often used to hide the user in the dark, so a someone who goes into a dark alley while wearing a black cloak appears to dissappear. See also Cape Wings and Invisibility Cloak.
Examples:Anime and Manga
- Kaede from Mahou Sensei Negima! has an artifact that kind of does this... it leads to a beach house.
- A villain from YuYu Hakusho has the "Cape of No Return". He throws it over his opponent and it teleports him to a random location anywhere in the universe. Although he has no control over where the cape takes them (Kuwabara was taken a few miles away), the cape usually lives up to its name by sending the victim to Hell, outer space, or some other hazardous location.
- Cloak, of the Marvel Comics team of Cloak & Dagger.
- Minor Marvel Universe character Devil-Slayer has a cloak that allows him to teleport.
- The Witching Cloak in Fables.
- Envelope Girl from Enigma, though she usually uses it to transport unwitting strangers to other places at random.
- In the final Incarnations of Immortality novel Under A Velvet Cloak, the protagonist receives a velvet cloak and performs magic, including a kind of teleportation with it. Later, she learns she doesn't need the cloak.
- An item in Dungeons & Dragons is named Cape of the Mountebank.
- The Mutants & Masterminds supplement Book of Magic provides the Conjure Cloak.
- Kirby: Meta Knight does a Mega Man-style teleport with his cape. It is also one of his special moves in his Super Smash Bros. appearances.
- Slayer from Guilty Gear has one.
- RuneScape has several capes that teleport you, the Ardougne cape the most notable example.
- Sort of done in Mega Man Battle Network. Bass has a cloak that he swathes himself in when he teleports, but his teleportation is an inherent ability.
- Gargoyles: Oberon's cloak can teleport you to a dark cold place if he's pissed off.
- Kyd Wykkyd from Teen Titans.
- Raven also does this a couple of times.
- In "Dora's Christmas Carol", Dora and Swiper use "travel cloaks" to travel through time in a pastiche of A Christmas Carol.
- El Dorado of Superfriends has this.
- Vlad in Danny Phantom has been known to do this, though its likely more for dramatic effect instead of actually needing the cloak to teleport.
- Mysterio of The Spectacular Spiderman pretends to do this, but he's really combining smoke with a technology-based Invisibility Cloak.
- Maybe Mother Gothel in Tangled, although it could just be Offscreen Teleportation.
- Esmeralda actually did this in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, causing Frollo to think that she is using witchcraft.