Nella modalità singleplayer, il Matrimonio è possibile soltanto con un paesano che è indicato come "scapolo" nella tabella sociale. Per il matrimonio tra giocatori nel gioco Multiplayer, vedi Multigiocatore e Fede nuziale.
Prima di proporre un matrimonio, tu ha bisogno di guadagnare 10 cuori d'Amicizia con il tuo partner prefissato, la quale ti richiede di dare a loro un Mazzo di fiori. Bisognerà anche riparare il ponte ad est della cabina di Elliott (costa 300 Legno) e l'upgrade della fattoria almeno una volta.
Uno Libri perduti della libreria, intitolato "Guida nuziale per i fattori", spiega anche il processo.
|“||“Prima di chiedere a qualcuno di sposarti, dovrai uscirci un po' insieme (Chiedi a qualcuno di uscire con un Mazzo di fiori dall' Emporio di Pierre).|
Quando sentirai che è l'ora della grande domanda, dovrai dare un 'Ciondolo sirenesco' a quella persona. Tutti sanno cosa significa donarne uno a qualcuno.
Gira voce che, durante i temporali, appaia a Stardew Valley il fantasma di un vecchio marinaio, con in mano un ciondolo del genere.
Dopo la cerimonia nuziale, il tuo consorte verrà a stare da te. Ricordati di trattarlo bene... I doni sono graditi anche dopo il matrimonio!(Pagato da Pierre)”
|— Guida nuziale per i fattori|
Romance can only begin once you have reached 8 hearts with a potential partner (where friendship levels freeze for marriage candidates).
|“||“It seems like you're starting to get close with some of the townspeople. If you want to show someone that you're romantically interested, you've got to give them one of my beautiful flower bouquets. I'm selling them now, for a very fair price! If you want to start a family someday, this is the first step!”|
Giving the bouquet unfreezes the friendship level with that bachelor or bachelorette, allowing friendship to advance. Upon accepting the bouquet, their Social tab status also changes to "boyfriend" or "girlfriend". The bouquet can be given repeatedly (even multiple times in one day) to any candidate, to increase friendship level. It can also be given to multiple candidates, without regard to gender. There is no friendship penalty for giving bouquets to dating rivals, though there is a Group Heart event that may cause all girl/boyfriends to give you the "cold shoulder" for a week.
|“||“I'm going to give you this advice because I like you and I want you to stay in Pelican Town. If there comes a day that you want to ask for someone's hand in marriage, you'll need to give them a 'Mermaid's Pendant'. Don't worry, everyone in Pelican Town understands the significance of the amulet. It's an ancient tradition in this region. Good luck!”|
To become engaged, present a Mermaid's Pendant to your intended partner. You will need to buy it for 5 000o from the Old Mariner. You can find him on rainy days at the tidal pools on the beach (across the bridge you repaired). During Winter, it does not rain, so he will not appear unless you use a Rain Totem. He will not sell the pendant unless your farmhouse has been upgraded and you are at 10 hearts with an eligible villager.
The wedding ceremony takes place in the morning, 3 days after you propose. That is, if you propose on Monday the 1st, the marriage cutscene will take place as soon as you wake up on Thursday the 4th. When the ceremony is completed, you and your spouse appear at the farmhouse at 6am (on the porch, or if you have restarted or reloaded the game day, inside the house). The day then proceeds as it normally does when you are married. Friendship with your spouse can now rise to the (hidden) level of 13 hearts, but decays by 20 points per day whenever there is no contact between you two.
The wedding ceremony does not take place on a day that another event takes place in the town square. In such cases, the wedding is delayed until there is a day without such an event.
On the day of the wedding, the weather icon that appears between the date and time is replaced with a heart.
Once a villager has been married, they will move into the farmhouse. They will have a maximum of 12 hearts instead of 10, and keeping them happy will result in them helping around the farm. A happy spouse might make breakfast, feed animals, repair fences or water crops. They occasionally change the wallpaper or flooring of the Farmhouse. Interacting with your spouse when no dialogue is available will result in an embrace.
Giving gifts to other eligible bachelors/bachelorettes may result in your spouse becoming jealous. This can also happen when you are engaged, and not yet married. It is also possible to have children under certain circumstances.
Once married, the gifting limit of twice a week is removed, however the once a day limit still applies.
- Watering all crops on the farm (in spring, summer, and fall).
- Feeding all animals.
- Watering the dog/cat bowl.
- Repairing broken fences.
- Giving gifts, including breakfast and dinner dishes. (If inventory is full, the item will not be received.)
At 13/12 Hearts, there is a random chance to obtain a Stardrop from your spouse, as a token of their love. In multiplayer games where two players marry each other, the Stardrop appears as a present in a small purple box next to each player's bed upon waking up in the morning.
Once married, the player's spouse will immediately set up a unique room inside the Farmhouse, located to the right of the bedroom.
Spouse Outside Area
In addition to their room inside the house, each spouse has a unique area behind the farmhouse.
Sam does skateboard tricks on a half-pipe.
Maru works on a gadget.
Abigail plays her flute.
Leah carves a sculpture.
Sebastian works on his bike.
Alex lifts weights.
Emily meditates in a crystal garden.
Haley takes pictures between two potted palm trees.
Shane stands by his chicken hutch with his chicken, Charlie.
Kissing your spouse will remove exhaustion from your energy bar. This works only with the first kiss of the day, however.
If you give a gift to one of the other marriage candidates when you are already married, there is a chance that your spouse will become jealous. This only happens if the villager receiving the gift is the same sex as your spouse - i.e., if you married a bachelor, it only happens if you give a gift to another bachelor. It doesn't matter if the gift is liked or not, the only gift that is safe to give is a birthday gift. The chance that your spouse becomes jealous is between 20 and 40%, depending on daily luck. If your spouse becomes jealous, you get a 30 friendship point penalty, and the next time you speak to your spouse they will give an angry message mentioning your gift.
- See Children
Players can visit the Mayor's Manor where a small book inside will give them the option to divorce their spouse. A divorce costs 50 000o. After filing for divorce, players have the option to cancel before the end of the day (until 10pm when Lewis' house closes). If they don't cancel, their spouse, spouse's room, and unique outside area will be gone the next morning, and their friendship level will return to 0 hearts. Under their name it will state "(ex)".
After the divorce, the spouse will move back to their old residence, and will have negative interactions with the player, citing the failure of their marriage. They will also not accept any gifts from the player. (Note that the player can still enter the ex-spouse's bedroom or home, as if the player had 2 friendship hearts with the ex-spouse.) Any children from the marriage will stay at the farmhouse.
Players can visit the Witch's Hut in late game where they'll find a shrine which can erase all ex-spouses' memories for an offering of 30 000o. Afterward, all ex-spouses will have no memory of the previous marriage, allowing players to date and remarry them if they choose.
If the player is expecting a child and gets a divorce, the child will not be born/delivered.
- 1.0: Introduced.
- 1.1: Added Shane and Emily as marriage candidates. Added divorce. Added different outside areas for each spouse.
- See NPC::tryToReceiveActiveObject() in the game code