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Total War: Three Kingdoms Marriage Guide – How to Marry Characters

Total War: Three Kingdoms Marriage Guide

In Total War: Three Kingdoms, to avoid war, you must be prepared to make strategic choices and use woeful tactics. It means the strategy is as important in war as fighting. And sometimes, the strategy can be implicit in a marriage ceremony as seen in Total War: Three Kingdoms.

In Total War, developer Creative Assembly has given you the option of marrying your court members to other kingdoms to form alliances, resolve disputes, and strengthen ties. However, if you don’t know where to start, this guide will answer all your questions about marrying characters in Total War: Three Kingdoms.

Total War: Three Kingdoms Marriage

Contrary to its name, Total War is not only about war. As I said earlier, the game is as much about strategy as battling. It features a number of strategic options including some that trickle down to basic choices in life such as marrying.

You can marry your court members to those of other kingdoms to earn their confidence and, in turn, acquire their support and strength. Whenever you feel you’re up against a strong enemy, turn around and gather the strength by making allies and friends.

Marriage in Total War can also end long-lasting disputes that can help you strengthen your ground by reducing your enemies. It can also allow you to get rid of disloyal state members to make a place for loyal ones that will further strengthen your control.

How to Marry Characters?

To marry your court members, you need to first see which court member are unmarried and try to find suitable matches for them that are also unmarried.

To find unmarried officials, you need to see the “Court” page and review all legible candidates that have a “Wedding” slot available. It means that they are willing to marry. Find them a suitable mate and marry them.

To marry them, you need 2,000 Gold for the ceremony. Moreover, you can only marry court members that are of your family tree. If you want to marry officials from outside your family, you have to adopt them first.

This is all there is to marrying officials in Total War: Three Kingdoms. If you’ve more questions, be sure to let us know in the comments section below!

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