The issue is that from your frame of reference you absolutely did not break the speed of light but from the frame of reference of much of the rest of the universe you did. I don't know what that would do because there is no privileged frame of reference and they'd both be true. But I have a dumb meat brain that evolved for organism scale stuff and works on ideas like velocity is an absolute and objective quality of something and that causes must always precede their effect. A universe with wormholes doesn't care about that stuff.How does that get around the "no FTL is possible" rule? You still end up thousands of light years from where you started and it only took a moment to get there. You got there faster than light could get there by taking the "long way."
Not trying to be difficult, btw. I'm genuinely perplexed.