Players in Perfect World have the opportunity to become married to one another. While married both players will have their significant other displayed above their own name as the wife or husband of the other partner. Other players who come across these two characters will know that they are a couple. In addition to this title, married couples will receive a bundle of gifts in celebration of their union. They will also gain the ability to manage each other's Homestead and gain access to dailly Marriage Quests with which they can farm a variety of items including fashion and the ability to teleport to their spouse, though only useable in open world.
Marriage is only possible with a male and female character; same-sex marriage is not possible in the game. While it is a highly-requested feature for the game, it is unlikely to be introduced due to the game being developed in China, where laws may differ.
Getting Married[edit | edit source]
In order to get married, you must meet the following conditions:
- The couple must be composed of a male and a female character.
- Both characters must be at least level 20 in order to be given the quest.
- The male character will need to open the Groom Pack and the female character will need to open the Bride Pack. Both packs are bought from the Boutique. Have at least 5 inventory slots available when opening the packs to obtain all the items.
- The couple must be in a squad together with no additional members. Any other users present in the squad will disqualify you from the marriage process.
Now that both users are ready to get married, simply click on the Eldest Matchmaker NPC located at (523 656) at West Archosaur and select "Quest Related". Each user will need to complete the "Matrimony" quest. For males they will need to turn in the "Stamp of Eternity" and the females will need to turn in "Silk of Eternity". These items are provided in your associated marriage packs.
Once both sides have completed the quest the current squad leader will then proceed to finalize the union by speaking to the Eldest Matchmaker one more time. The final part of the quest is also called "Matrimony" so at this point all you need to do is complete it is to have the Squad leader speak to the Matchmaker again to complete the quest.
Wedding Ceremony[edit | edit source]
After the marriage has been completed, you can speak to the Eldest Matchmaker to teleport you to the foyer. There, you can talk to the Wedding Usher and set a date and time for a Wedding Ceremony. The ceremony times are server times so pay attention. If you mistakenly choose the wrong time/date you will have to pay 3 million coins to cancel. Also keep in mind certain maintenances that may be planned in advance, such as Daylight Savings maintenances. If you do choose your wedding time to be around a maintenance unknowingly, you can try sending a support ticket to be reimbursed but it is not guaranteed.
Marriage Quests[edit | edit source]
Player couples can do Marriage Quests each day once they are married and are at least level 30. There are 7 different quests available, one for each day of the week. The quests award both players with experience, spirit, and items that can be exchanged for fashion, tomes, and a unique teleportation skill that allows the player to teleport to their spouse.
Getting Divorced[edit | edit source]
It is possible for a married couple to divorce if they do not wish to be married anymore. To divorce only one of the players needs to initiate the process, and it costs 2,000,000 coins to do. The player can divorce by taking the "Divorce" quest at the Eldest Matchmaker in West Archosaur (523 656). After talking to the Eldest Matchmaker again to confirm, the player couple will be officially divorced. If a player picks up this quest by mistake they can safely trash it in their quest log to halt the divorce process.
If a player couple divorces and changes their mind they must get married again using Bride and Groom Packs.