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The Marriage System (ケッコンカッコカリ kekkon kakkokari) was introduced to KanColle on 14th February 2014 (Valentine's Day Update), and allows you to marry your favorite ship.

Marriage

Marriage Ceremony

Requirements

One Marriage Ring and Documents is given to every player that completes the first 4 marriage quests shown below. Any subsequent marriages will require additional rings which can be purchased at the item shop for 700 DMM Points (equates to ¥700).

Changes to Married ShipEdit

Marrying a ship raises her level cap to 165, and gives that ship a number of benefits in stats and other trivial things. Note that unlike when you remodel, marriage will not reset any modernization benefits.

Notable BenefitsEdit

  1. Anti-submarine Icon ASW (対潜), Line-of-sight / Scouting Icon LOS (索敵), and Evasion Icon Evasion (回避) are uncapped, and will continue to rise with each level up.
  2. Luck Icon Luck (運) is increased by +3 ~ +6 upon marrying.
  3. FuelFuel and AmmoAmmunition consumption are reduced by 15%.
  4. Level is increased to 100 upon marrying.
  5. Maximum HP is increased by a few points as per the following table:
Ship Type Model Amount
BB All 5
BB / BBV (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+8

Bismarck

+5

Vittorio Veneto-class

+6

Iowa-class

+9

Yamato-class

+9

BB / BBV (2nd remodel)

All except the ones listed below

+8

Bismarck Zwei/Drei

+3

CV

All

+7

CV (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+8

Souryuu & Hiryuu
Unryuu-class

+7

CA

All

+7

Mogami-class

+6

CA / CAV (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+7

Furutaka-class
Aoba

+6

CA / CAV (2nd remodel)

All

+7

CVL

All

+5

CVL (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+6

Chitose-class (2nd remodel)
Hiyou-class

+7

AV

All

+6

LHA

All

+5

LHA (remodelled)

All

+6

CL

All except the ones listed below

+4

Yuubari
Agano-class

+5

CL / CLT (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+6

Yuubari

+5

CL / CLT (2nd remodel)

All except the ones listed below

+6

Jintsuu (2nd remodel)

+7

DD

All

+4

DD (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+5

Mutsuki-class
Kamikaze-class

+4

DD (2nd remodel)

All except the ones listed below

+5

Mutsuki-class

+4

SS / SSV

All

+4

SS / SSV (remodelled)

All except the ones listed below

+4

Maruyu

+2

AO (remodelled)

All

+2

Other changesEdit

Married Card

Wedding ring appears on bottom right.

  • When set as secretary ship (flagship of 1st fleet), there will be a light shower of sakura petals over the ship.
  • New line will be used when set as secretary ship.
    Married Banner

    Wedding ring appears on bottom right.

  • A wedding ring icon will appear on the bottom right of the card, and on the bottom right of the banner of that ship.
  • Name changes from white to (sakura) pink when viewed in the fleet organization menu. (The pink is quite light, so you have to look carefully to notice it.)
  • After marriage, it is possible to re-watch the marriage ceremony or listen to the marriage line again in your ship album / library on the page of the ship girl you have married. You may only do this for the ship's remodel type at the time you married her.

Non-changes and notesEdit

These parameters are not affected by marriage:

  • Bauxite cost to replace planes shot down does not change.
  • The formula for calculating repair time does not change (it continues to increase because of leveling up).
  • Firepower Icon Gun (火力), Torpedo Icon Torpedo (雷装), Anti-air Icon AA (対空), and Armor Icon Armor (装甲) do not change.
  • All modernization benefits are kept (including luck).
  • Morale / Fatigue, fuel & ammo status do not get reset as this is not counted as a remodel (HP does get replenished due to the increase it gets from the marriage).

Marriage ProcedureEdit

Option to Sign

Level number glows upon hitting Lv99.

  1. You must complete the first 4 quests related to the marriage procedure to be able to marry a ship. You may do some of them even before you have a level 99 ship. These quests are listed in the table below.
    Signing Confirmation

    Confirmation dialog. Click the left button to confirm.

  2. Completing the 4th quest (Defeat a boss in 2-3 with a level 90-99 flagship) will give you a set of marriage ring and documents which you will need for the marriage.
    Couple Futon

    Couple Futon furniture (bottom left).

  3. Upon reaching level 99, in the Remodel / Modernization page, the ship's level will have a soft white glow around it. Clicking on it will bring you to a confirmation dialogue. Mousing over it will pop up a bubble that tells you to sign the marriage document.
  4. Click the left button that says 「書類一式にサインする」 to sign the document.
  5. Enjoy the ceremony.
  6. Complete the remaining 2 quests to get the Couple Futon.

ID

Quest Name (JP)

Description

Fuel

Ammunition

Steel

Bauxite

Reward

Note

WF01

式の準備!(その壱)

Scrap pieces of equipment twice.

88

88

0

0

Development material x1

Requires A16 completion One-time only.

WC01

式の準備!(その弐)

Win two battles in Practice Mode

0

0

88

88

Development material x1

Requires WF01 completion One-time only.

WA01

式の準備!(その参)

Have a level 90 to 99 ship as your flagship.

88

88

88

88

Furniture box (big) x1

Requires WC01 completion One-time only.

WB01

式の準備!(最終)

Defeat the boss in 2-3 with a Level 90-99 flagship (with S rank)

0

0

0

0

Marriage Ring and Documents x1

Requires WA01 completion One-time only.

WA02

新たなる旅立ち!

Have a Level 100 ship as your flagship along with five others in your main fleet.

200

200

200

200

Repair Team x1

Requires WB01 completion One-time only.

WB02

二人でする初めての任務!

Defeat the boss in 4-3 with a level 100+ flagship (with S rank)

300

300

300

300

Futon Furniture

Requires WA02 completion One-time only.

EtymologyEdit

The system name is transliterated as kekkon kakkokari, in which the first part of the name, kekkon, means marriage, but it is written in an unusual way (Katakana as opposed to the kanji that would ordinarily be used to write the word: 結婚). The second part of the system's name, kakkokari, is also written in katakana. 'Kakko' (括弧) means parenthesis or bracket ({), and would usually be accompanied by 'kakko toji' which means "closing parenthesis/bracket." The 'kari' portion of the name is one way to read the Japanese kanji , which means 'subject to change', 'temporary', 'unreal', 'fake', or 'imaginary'.

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