Welcome to our guide regarding Intimacy Milestones and Divorce within Revelations Online! Before explaining the methods of making a clean-break from your partner, let’s first explore more in-game marriage positives!
There are 3 different intimacy milestones; one at 6,000, another at 15,000, and the final milestone at 28,000 intimacy points.
- At 6,000 Intimacy points, your points will be capped until you complete a specific quest with your spouse. You will need to head to Nori in Sulan to pick up a quest. This will then require you to head back to the marriage instance once more and speak to Rochin before teleporting inside. You will then need to head inside and speak to the Hyphaen Luta Tolador, obtain an item and hand it back to Rochin who is waiting outside of the instance.
- At 15,000 Intimacy points you will unlock an achievement known as ‘Hug it out’ which, in turn, will unlock a hug emote for you and your partner to use.
- At 28,000 intimacy points you will both unlock a special costume which is exclusive to married partners who have reached this stage.
Unfortunately, marriages don’t always go as planned. In such a case, it may be decided that a break away from your partner is required. This is where Divorce can come into play. You can divorce your partner after you have been married to them for 7 days, though you’ll need to head back to the marriage instance in order to do so.
There are two options for a divorce: one is an agreement where both parties accept the divorce, which costs 10,000 Imperial Notes. The second option is where one person in the relationship forces the divorce to happen; this could mean that the other partner doesn’t want a divorce or are not around to be divorced. In such a case, this method will cost 300,000 Imperial Notes. No matter which method you choose, bear in mind that you cannot marry again until 7 days have passed since said divorce, and that divorcing will instantly de-activate any and all marriage perks. Divorce is never fun, so be sure to give it due thought before breaking away!
You should now know everything there is to know about intimacy points, marriage, the benefits of marriage, and divorcing your partner – if not, be sure to check our previous guides for all the additional details.