I'm curious to know if one of the players in the marriage is deleted and/or banned, does it count as a divorce or not?--Mentor Aragoth 00:52, October 12, 2009 (UTC)

Not sure about deletion, but banishment does not effect marital status. -- Sixorish 01:36, October 12, 2009 (UTC)

I'm pretty sure (assuming - not positive) that the other person in the marriage that is not deleted would have to pay for the divorce.
-- Germay09 22:46, October 12, 2009 (UTC)

You can't go to Brewster as a facc to divorce. I heard you can divorce for 10k at Lugri. Maybe someone can confirm/test this? The following would be useful to know: if it can be done, the transcripts, if he says something different to pacc players than to facc players. ^^ Bennie (talk ~ fellows) ^^ 11:10, November 6, 2009 (UTC)


Seta Sojiro is married to a person while residing in Rookgaard. This suggests that the rooking of characters does not reset marital status, or was this a bug ...? (yes, he has the outfit .. but not sure about the ring) -- Sixorish 06:56, November 21, 2009 (UTC)

Technical notes on marriage system:

It should not be possible to get married without having handed over the required items
It should not be possible to get married if you OR the other person are already married to someone
It should, however, be possible to get married again after a divorce, no matter who divorced whom
It's only possible to get married to someone who is online at the same time (but not necessarily standing beside you)
It's possible to get divorced from someone who is NOT online (and only the rings YOU carry are broken during the divorce)
Marrying someone of the same sex is possible, but you cannot marry yourself
It's not possible for someone to marry you without your agreement (no interruptions of newbie chars possible)
The whole ceremony should be visible to the audience in default channel
The whole island of Meluna is PZ without regeneration. You can stay for longer than a day after your wedding as long as you don't leave the island, but can't travel back once you've left it until you marry again
Upon a divorce, both characters should lose the right to wear the wedding outfit
If a married character is rooked, the marital status will remain

Cykotitan 18:21, November 21, 2009 (UTC)

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