A) Be able to fly. You can fly twice as fast as you can run, and while you dont have to do anything physically (like superman, no flapping) it does take a physical toll on your body just like running does. You can carry people while you fly but you dont have super strength or anything, so it would be like a piggy back ride.
B) Teleportation. You get 30 teleports a year. You can teleport anywhere within the solar system. You can take anything and anyone with you but you have to be physically touching them/it. When you teleport you get a painful reaction akin to someone winding up and giving you the biggest kick to the balls; the pain is beyond anything youve ever felt, however no physical thing happens to your body, its just pain. Also, every time you teleport there is a 0.1% chance you die instantly. The pain, and death chance applies to people you take with you.
For A, so would there be a flying sprint option? If i worked up running ability, would i be able to fly farther?
For B, does the place have to be somewhere you already seen or been too? Like I go on goole and look at the moon, and I can go there? Also will i breath in space? Cause I don't want to teleport to any other part of the solar system and die.
I did .999^900, which gave me a 40.6% chance of surviving if you teleported 30 times a year for 30 years
Math Chance of not dying in a given trip: 1-.001(which is .1% in decimal)=.999 Chance of not dying in 30 trips: .999^30=.9704 Chance of not dying in 30 years of 30 trips: .9704^30=.406 .999^900 gives the same answer, it's just a shortcut.
So really teleporting isn't as dangerous as you said
That death percentage is crazy. By the 33rd year you would of most likely died.
I would go b without the death percentage. But with the death percentage I would go a. the only reason teleportation is worth more then flying is time, which you are risking at a 0.1% which is very high!!! And flying can get you anywhere but will take time to get there.
Honestly take out the death percentage, getting kicked in the balls is bad enough.
.1 x 900 plus the relative time for a full flux thrust can be measured down to a measly 47 milliseconds per minute travel distance with the exception of the milky way's density which is 4000 nigawatts plus without the speed of light, concluding that genghis is cancer