Marriage System


Marriage, sealing the bond you made with that special someone you met in a game. Marriage can be between lovers, or maybe just something fun between friends. Whatever someone's reasons, it's not something to be taken lightly, and both people involved should be sure before undertaking this ceremony.


  • You and your spouse-to-be must be different genders. The Church of Prontera doesn't allow girls to marry girls or guys to marry guys.
  • You and your spouse must be over level 45. The church of Prontera doesn't like low leveled people.
  • You and your spouse-to-be must not be adopted (or be "baby characters").

The Bride

  • 1.2 Million Zeny
  • 1 Wedding Dress
  • A Diamond Ring (Diamonds are a girl's best friend)

The Groom

  • 1.3 Million Zeny
  • 1 Tuxedo
  • 1 Diamond Ring (purchased from a Morroc Jeweler)


With all the items, head towards Prontera Church located in the Northeast of Prontera City. Speak to the marriage NPC to initiate the ceremony. Either the groom or bride can do this. The bride/groom who first registered must then have his/her future spouse speak with the same NPC within one minute before the application times out.

Once both parties have spoken with the marriage NPC, they can proceed to the front of the church where King Tristam III himself will say a few words. He will ask both parties one final time if they wish to proceed; should both parties agree, the ceremony begins and the marriage is complete.

The Diamond Rings transform into named wedding rings which must be traded over before wedding skills can be used. Once the bride and groom have equipped each other's rings, then marriage skills become available.


After you and your beloved tie the knot, you will obtain wedding rings based on your gender. When you equip the ring, you will obtain special marriage skills:

  • Romantic Rendezvous - Requires its caster to wear a Wedding Ring.

While the Wedding Ring is equipped, spouses can summon their partners to their locations by consuming 150 SP. This skill requires 20 seconds for it to cast, and does not have any delay after it is used. However, it is not allowed to use this skill in certain areas, such as Guild War zones.

  • Loving Touch

Consume 10% of one‘s HP to restore 10% of your partner`s HP.

  • Undying Love

Consume 10% of one`s SP to restore 10% of your partner`s SP.


Afterwards, you both will be in your formal wear, and won’t be able to attack or use skills for an hour. Many people decide to visit the honeymoon town of Jawaii, which can be accessed from an NPC near the docks in Izlude. You can also take advantage of the Adoption System, if you so choose.

Adoption System


  • 1 Overview
  • 2 Skills
  • 3 Upsides of being Adopted
  • 4 Downsides of being Adopted

The adoption system on RO is a pretty basic one and requires only a few steps and 3 people.

Step 1: Have a Male and Female get married.
Step 2: Invite the character that is to become adopted into the party. (Parent's must both be level 70 or higher.)

  • Note: They must be a First Class or Novice in order to be adopted. And neither Parent can be still in their Tuxedo or Wedding dress. However, they must have their wedding ring equipped in order to adopt someone.

Step 3: Right click and select "Adopt -name-" and it will prompt said character if they want to be adopted by you, then click OK, they are now your child.

Along with the mentioned "Upsides," adopted characters and their parents gain access to new skills.

Upsides of being Adopted
You will be able to share with either (or both) of your parents at any given level, as long as the Parents are both 70+, meaning you can leech from 1/1 to 99, if you chose to.
You are now Size Small. In the case of PvP, anyone with Skel Worker Cards in their weapons only has the effect of +5 ATK per card.

Downsides of being Adopted

  • Your HP and SP are only 75% of Max HP and SP.
  • You cannot increase a stat past 80 (But if you got one to 80+ prior to being adopted then you keep it at that)
  • You cannot Rebirth (Transcend on iRO) an Adopted character.
  • If you are a Blacksmith or Alchemist then your Forge and Brewing skills' rates are decreased by 50%.
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