In High School Story you can pair up your students by sending them to the Isle of Love.
The player can send any two students to the Isle of Love, including those of the same gender. These gay/lesbian dates are no less or more likely to succed than straight ones, causing some criticism from gamers. However, no quest requires one to send a homosexual couple on a date, and dating outside quests remains a player choice.
Isle of LoveIn order to send your students on a date, you will need to own the Isle of Love. It is available in the Store under the Buildings tab for 1,000 coins after you unlock it in the Level 4 quest The Party Girl, Part 2.
Each level requires five roses to advance to the next, with a sucessful date getting one rose. If it is a Great Date, multiple roses may be earned at once, with special effects playing if the amount earned in one date is enough to advance to the next. As a couple advances through the different levels of dating, the chances for Great Dates and failed dates (relative to a normal date) increase greatly. However, once they reach Over The Moon, they will not advance any further, providing only the reward.
|Flirting||1 hour||500 coins||10 rings|
|Crushing||4 hours||2,000 coins||35 rings|
|Online Official||8 hours||5 rings||75 rings|
|Sweethearts||16 hours||10 rings||150 rings|
|In Love||23 hours||10 rings||150 rings|
|Head Over Heels||23 hours||10 rings||150 rings|
|Over The Moon||23 hours||10 rings||150 rings|
- If a two main story characters (e.g. Payton and Julian) are dating, their subsequent quest dialogue will become slightly more romantic towards each other.
- Talia and Tariq (along with other sibling main story character pairs) cannot date each other as they are siblings.
- Classmates cannot date adult characters such as Lea Michele and Santa as pixelberry assumes all classmates underaged