KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (2023)

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This new player guide covers Honkai: Star Rail’s basic systems, combat mechanics, and other frequently asked questions. The guide will not address endgame strategy, optimal gearing, or other minmax related content, and is meant purely to help players who may feel lost with the game’s base systems.

This guide also does not cover rerolling; refer to our Reroll Guide for information related to rerolling.

Note that the information is subject to change; more extensive testing is in progress. Join our Discord to check on and participate in the theorycrafting process.

Table of Contents

A sizable number of HSR players are familiar with one of HoYoVerse’s other games, Genshin Impact. The following is a quick cheat sheet on HSR terms that have Genshin equivalents. If you aren’t familiar with Genshin, feel free to skip this section.

  • Gacha
    • Banner = Warp
      • Standard Banner = Stellar Warp
      • Beginner Banner = Departure Warp
    • Acquaint Fate = Star Rail Passes (used on Standard and Beginner Warps)
    • Intertwined Fate = Star Rail Special Passes (used on Character Event Warps and Light Cone Event Warps)
    • Primogems = Stellar Jades
    • Genesis Crystal = Oneiric Shard
    • Starglitter = Undying Starlight
    • Stardust = Undying Embers
    • Gnostic Hymn (Battle Pass) = Nameless Honor
    • Blessing of the Welkin Moon = Express Supply Pass
  • Equipment
    • Artifacts = Relics
    • Weapons = Light Cones
    • Constellations = Eidolons
  • Currencies
    • Mora = Credits
    • Fragile Resin = Fuel
    • Condensed Resin = Immersifier
    • Original Resin = Trailblaze Power

Trailblazing Level (TL)

Trailblaze Level is your account’s level. It increases once you have sufficient Trailblaze EXP, which is granted by completing Missions (quests), spending Trailblaze Power (stamina), and participating in events.

Many game features will unlock as Trailblaze Level increases. You also receive rewards every level by talking to Pom-Pom on the Astral Express. The maximum Trailblaze Level is 70.

At certain Trailblazing Levels, you will receive a number of Star Rail Passes, which are used to pull from the Standard Warp; as well as Stellar Jades, which are the game’s premium currency. Stellar Jades can be used for all Warps.

  • TL5: KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (2) 10 Star Rail Passes
  • TL15: KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (3) 10 Star Rail Passes
  • TL25: KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (4) 10 Star Rail Passes and 800 Stellar Jades
  • TL35: KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (5) 10 Star Rail Passes and 800 Stellar Jades

Some other notable TL breakpoints:

  • TL14: Unlocks Daily Training
  • TL20: Unlocks Equilibrium 1, which increases the difficulty of enemies but grants increased rewards.
  • TL24: Unlocks Caverns of Corrosion (Relic farming).
    • Farming Relics isn’t recommended until you reach TL40, which guarantees 5★ Relics each run. Until then, you should farm Character EXP and Ascension Materials; Light Cone EXP and Ascension materials; and Trace Ascension materials.

In the early game, there are sections of the main story that are locked behind Trailblazing Level. In order to progress, you will need to complete side-quests, do daily missions, and spend Trailblazing Power on resource gathering.

Daily Activities

Daily Training

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Daily Training is one of your primary recurring sources of both Trailblazer XP and Stellar Jades. Progress resets with the Daily Reset, at 4 a.m. local time. Daily Training is a series of tasks you can complete, which award up to 500 total Activity. Note that you do not need to complete all of the listed tasks – you just need to do enough for the 500 point threshold. Reaching the threshold will give you 60 Stellar Jades, some Trailblaze EXP, and some Character and Light Cone EXP based on your Equilibrium Level.

Daily Missions

Daily Missions are one of the tasks that you will receive each day as a part of your Daily Training. They will appear in your Quest Log and will reward 200 training points upon completion. They will usually involve small tasks or dialogues with NPCs, and are often linked together in storyline-esque sequences across multiple days.


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Assignments are time-gated farms that give various materials based on the time and characters committed. They do not affect actual gameplay; sending off Dan Heng on an Assignment does not prevent you from using him while he is dispatched. As seen above, they can be accessed from the top right corner of the Trailblaze Menu. Assignments can provide Character, EXP, and Synthesis Materials as well as Credits.

You have an initial maximum of 2 Assignments active at any given time, which increases as your Trailblaze Level does. The Assignment menu gives you the option to assign 2 characters to any given Assignment. You can set a time interval for anywhere from 4 to 20 hours, with 20 hours giving the highest reward. Assigning characters with the same Path as the recommended Path(s) listed at the top will give you additional rewards.

While the rewards may seem small, they will add up over time and save you Trailblaze Power that you would have otherwise spent on those materials. Try to do your Assignments every day.

Trailblazing Power (Stamina)

Most activities in Honkai: Star Rail require Trailblazing Power, the game’s stamina system. You can hold up to 180 Trailblazing Power at once. Trailblazing Power naturally replenishes at a rate of 1 per 6 minutes, for a total of 240 Trailblazing Power per day; however, you can also replenish it using Fuels (rewarded from certain missions and TL rewards) or using Stellar Jades.

Trailblazing Power is used to obtain the following resources:

  • Light Cone Ascension Materials
  • Character Ascension Materials
  • Character Trace Materials
  • Character EXP
  • Relics.

These resources are used to upgrade Characters and Light Cones. Later sections of the guide explore these resources in further detail.

It is generally inefficient to farm Relics before TL40, which is when 5★ rarity Relics are guaranteed. The Main Story Quests do not require highly geared characters, and further testing is ongoing to see if 4★ Relics are worth pursuing. Fuel should not be used for artifact farming before TL50.

Operation Briefing

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The Operation Briefing is a series of beginner missions designed to situate you with the game. It rewards you for completing tasks like enhancing characters or progressing in Herta’s Simulated Universe.

The following resources can be obtained from Operation Briefings. These resources are awarded at the completion of each Part unless otherwise specified.

  • Stellar Jades
    • Part 1-4: x50
    • Part 5-9: x100
  • Light Cone Ascension Materials
  • Character Ascension Materials
  • Character Trace Materials
  • Character EXP
  • Trailblaze EXP
  • Relic EXP
  • Trace Materials
  • Credits
  • Light Cones: 3★ Data Bank (Part 1), 4★ Woof! Walk Time! (Part 2), 4★ Eyes of the Prey (Part 4)
  • Relics: 4★ Passerby of Wandering Cloud Full Set (Part 3), 4★ Musketeer of Wild Wheat Full Set (Part 5), 4★ Thief of Shooting Meteor Full Set (Part 7), 5★ Musketeer of Wild Wheat Coarse Leather Gloves x1 (Part 9)

Character Attributes

Each character belongs to a Path, which determines their gameplay focus (e.g. AoE Damage, Healing, Buffing, etc.), as well as their Element, which dictates what type of Elemental damage they are able to deal.



The Hunt







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Those who follow the “Destruction” Path admire recklessness, anger, and destructive behavior.

These characters focus on a general mix of damage and survivability. They are jack-of-all-trades suited for most combat scenarios.

The Hunt

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Those who follow the “Hunt” Path admire determination, ruthlessness, and tenacious behavior.

These characters focus high single-target damage. They function best as the main damage dealer against Elite enemies.


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Those who follow the “Erudition” Path admire thinking, logic, and strategic behavior.

These characters focus on high multi-target damage. They function best as the main damage dealer against groups of enemies.


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Those who follow the “Harmony” Path admire understanding, support, and cooperative behavior.

These characters apply buffs that improve the team’s combat capabilities.


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Those who follow the “Nihility” Path admire laziness, exhaustion, and meaningless behavior.

These characters apply debuffs to enemies that reduce their combat capabilities.


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Those who follow the “Preservation” Path admire patience, sacrifice, and defensive behavior.

These characters possess powerful defensive abilities that protect their allies.


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Those who follow the “Abundance” Path admire selflessness, altruism, and healing behavior.

These characters heal allies and restore HP to the team.

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There are seven Elements: Physical, Fire, Ice, Lightning, Wind, Quantum, and Imaginary. These types define the Elemental damage that characters deal in combat.

Every enemy in the game has a weakness to one or more Elements. These weaknesses are displayed as Element icons above the enemy’s Toughness bar. Dealing any kind of damage to an enemy will reduce the enemy’s Health, whether or not the enemy is weak to that Element. However, dealing damage in one of the Elements that matches an enemy’s weakness will additionally reduce an enemy’s Toughness. Fully depleting an enemy’s Toughness bar results in a Weakness Break, which delays the enemy’s turn, deals extra damage, and applies a special effect based on the Element of the hit that caused the break. The effects of a Weakness Break scale with Character Level and the Break Effect stat, and is affected by which Element does the Break.

When you break an enemy’s Toughness bar, they will take an instance of damage depending on the Element in question. Different Elements deal different amounts of Weakness Break damage, as outlined below:

Physical = Fire > Wind > Lightning = Ice > Quantum = Imaginary

This is NOT an Element ranking or effect ranking. It only shows how much immediate damage each Element does on Weakness Break.

The section below covers the seven Elements and their break effects.


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Using Physical attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Physical damage and apply the Bleed effect, dealing Physical damage over time.

Physical is a damage-oriented Element that does a high amount of damage upon Weakness Break. The Bleed effect lasts two turns and does one instance of Physical damage per turn. Bleed does more damage against non-boss enemies, and less against bosses.


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Using Fire attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Fire damage and apply the Burn effect, dealing Fire damage over time.

Fire is a damage-oriented Element that does a high amount of damage upon Weakness Break. The Burn effect lasts for two turns and does one instance of Fire damage per turn. It is not affected by enemy type.


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Using Ice attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Ice damage and Freeze the target, immobilizing the enemy and dealing additional Ice damage.

Ice provides a mix of crowd control and damage. The Freeze effect lasts until the enemy’s next turn. When that enemy’s next turn begins, the Freeze effect expires, dealing damage and preventing the enemy from taking action on that turn.


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Using Lightning attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Lightning damage and apply the Shock effect, dealing Lightning damage over time.

Lightning is a damage-oriented Element that does a low amount of damage upon Weakness Break. The Shock effect lasts for two turns and does one instance of Lightning damage per turn. It is not affected by enemy type.


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Using Wind attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Wind damage and apply the Wind Shear effect, dealing Wind damage over time.

Wind is a damage-oriented Element that does a moderate amount of damage upon Weakness Break. The Wind Shear effect lasts for two turns and does one instance of Wind damage per turn. It does more damage against Elite and Boss enemies.


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Using Quantum attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Quantum damage and apply the Entanglement effect, delaying the enemy’s next turn and dealing additional Quantum damage at the beginning of the enemy’s next turn. When the enemy is hit, this extra damage will increase.

Quantum provides a mix of crowd control and damage and does a very low amount of damage upon Weakness Break. When an enemy is Weakness Broken by Quantum DMG, the enemy is pushed down in the turn order and inflicted with Entanglement, which lasts until the enemy’s next turn. When that enemy’s next turn begins, the Entanglement effect expires, dealing damage once. This damage increases when the enemy is hit before its turn.


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Using Imaginary attacks to trigger Weakness Break will deal Imaginary damage and apply the Imprisonment effect, delaying the enemy’s next turn and reducing the enemy’s Speed.

Imaginary provides strong crowd control. When an enemy is Weakness Broken by Imaginary DMG, the enemy is pushed down in the turn order (even more than when broken by Quantum) and inflicted with Imprisonment, which reduces the enemy’s speed stat.

Character Stats

Level: Characters can be leveled up to Lv. 80, which requires not only Character EXP but also various Ascension materials.

Primary Stats
: The character’s total Hit Points. When a character’s HP reaches zero, they are killed. Characters die if they are killed.
ATK: Increases the damage of most attacks and Skills.
DEF: Reduces how much damage a character takes, and affects the strength of most shields.
SPD: Determines turn order and how often a character takes their turn.
CRIT RATE: The chance that a character’s attack is a Critical Hit, which deals increased damage.
CRIT DMG: The damage multiplier granted by a Critical Hit.

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More Stats
Break Effect: Enhances Weakness Break effects such as the damage dealt by Weakness Break DoTs and how much enemies are delayed by Quantum and Imaginary Breaks.
Energy Regeneration Rate: Increases the rate at which a character generates Energy through their Attacks, Skills, defeating enemies, and taking damage.
Effect Hit Rate%: Increases the chance to apply debuffs to enemy targets.
Effect RES%: Increases the character’s resistance to incoming debuffs.
DMG%: Increases the damage multiplier of a character. You will often see DMG % Bonus for specific Elements.
Aggro: Characters all have an inherent base Taunt Value, which is multiplied by the character’s individual Taunt Multiplier. These values are not publicly available yet; we will update this section as we gather more information.

Character Skills & Attacks

Every character has a distinct set of five abilities: a Basic Attack, Skill, Ultimate, Talent, and Technique.

Basic Attacks generate one Skill Point, while most Skills consume one Skill Point.

Ultimates are powerful abilities that can be cast at any time during combat. However, they require max energy to cast. As a reminder, Energy is gained through taking and inflicting damage.

Talents are passive effects that help the character perform the role they are in, for example increasing the damage of the character or their supportive capabilities.

Techniques are abilities used outside and just before battle offering effects to the character/team. There are two types of Techniques: The first applies a buff or effect without attacking and can be stacked with each other or the second type. The second attacks immediately, applying some effect and initiating combat. Your Technique Points cap begins at 4 and increases as you progress through the game.

Every character also has a number of Traces. Traces can be leveled to increase the potency of a character’s abilities. There are additional Traces that provide raw basic stats, and three unique Traces that provide passive effects that are locked behind Character and Ascension level (2, 4 and 6).


Each character can be equipped with a set of Relics and a Light Cone which provide not only raw stats but also powerful passive effects.

Light Cones

Each character can equip a Light Cone which provides them with HP, ATK, and DEF stats. If a character’s path matches the Light Cone’s path, they gain an additional Light Cone Ability unique to each Light Cone.


Each character has 6 Relic slots, which are divided into 2 categories. You will start with Head, Hands, Body, and Feet slots and unlock the Planar Sphere and Link Rope slots as you progress the main story. Relics represent a significant portion of end-game characters’ power, but should not be a priority until TL40. Low rarity Relics are significantly weaker than their 5★ counterparts, to the point that investing in them is often a waste of Trailblazing Power.

Relics can be leveled up by consuming other Relics or through Relic EXP Materials. They gain or improve a substat every 3 levels.

Relics of higher rarity have higher main stats, higher substat rolls, and higher max level. It is recommended that you always use the highest rarity Relics available to you.

Relic RarityMax LevelMax Additional Substat Rolls

Main Stats
Each Relic is limited to certain main stats depending on its slot:

  • Head: HP
  • Hands: ATK
  • Body: HP% / ATK % / DEF % / Crit Rate / Crit DMG / Outgoing Healing Boost / Effect Hit Rate
  • Feet: HP% / ATK % / DEF % / SPD
  • Planar Sphere: HP% / ATK% / DEF% / Element DMG Boost %
  • Link Rope: Break Effect % / Energy Regen % / HP% / ATK% / DEF%

Relic Sets
Relic Sets are divided into 2 categories: A 4-piece Relic Set consisting of Head, Hands, Body, and Feet; and a 2-piece Planar Ornaments set consisting of a Planar Sphere and a Link Rope.

Set Bonuses
Equipping multiple Relics of the same set provides set bonuses. Relic Sets provide a 2-piece and 4-piece set effect while Planar Ornaments provide a separate 2-piece set effect.

Obtaining Relics
In the early game, Relics can be obtained from chests and question completion rewards. Additionally, upon reaching Trailblazer Level 20, one set of 4★ Relics are available to purchase from each of the planetary vendors.

Avoid farming Relics until TL40, as it’s highly inefficient to farm any sub-5★ Relics. The story and exploration will continue to reward you with Relics as you progress, and powerful Relics are generally unnecessary through the story.

Combat System

Honkai: Star Rail is a turn-based character RPG. The party consists of up to 4 characters who can individually cast various Basic Attacks, Skills, and Ultimates.

Out of combat, characters can use Techniques to start the next encounter with various bonuses in the form of extra damage, buffs, enemy debuffs, or crowd control.

Initiating Combat

In the Overworld, you can attack enemies to initiate combat. When an enemy is attacked with their corresponding Weakness, any enemies in that encounter with the Weakness will either suffer a Weakness Break or have reduced Toughness.

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The Combat Screen

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Characters perform their actions in sequence based on their Speed (SPD) stat. Speed can affect initial turn order as well as how often your character goes. It is visually represented in-game through Action Value (AV), the numbers provided in the black boxes. Characters are arranged by lowest to highest AV, and the lowest AV character goes first. Speed is an integral mechanic to HSR, but its full mechanics are not yet clearly understood. An upcoming in-depth guide on Speed will be published as soon as there is publicly available data.

Note that AV is invisible by default; to view it, you need to go to ‘Other Settings’ and set ‘Whether to display the character’s action value during a battle’ to ‘Display’. If you are still confused, check the image below this table for reference.

Almost every action in Star Rail follows turn order, with one important exception. Ultimates can be cast at any time; they immediately interrupt the action queue after the current attack is completed.

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You start each battle with 3 Skill Points. Using a Skill consumes Skill Points. Using a Basic Attack generates one Skill Point. You can hold up to 5 Skill Points, and Skill Points are shared across all characters within the team.
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Characters require Energy to use their Ultimates. Energy is generated when characters receive or deal damage, defeat enemies, or trigger effects from certain characters or Light Cones. The Energy gained through the first four of these methods is increased based on the character’s Energy Regeneration Rate.
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Other Controls
Long holding or tapping on a Skill or Ultimate will bring up its description.

Pressing C (or clicking the magnifying glass bottom left) will bring up a screen to show the status of your characters in the battle.

Pressing Z (or clicking the enemy name) will bring up the screen to show the status of your enemies in the battle.

On a controller, pressing L3 will access enemy and character status.

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The red bar above the enemy is their HP meter, and the white bar is their Toughness meter. In order to defeat enemies, you need to deplete the enemy’s HP. Attacking enemies with Elements they have weakness to (displayed as icons above the Toughness bar) will cause a Weakness Break, at which point their resistances will drop and they will take more damage from any type.
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Honkai: Star Rail’s gacha system is the primary way to obtain new characters and weapons. Players can spend their Star Rail Passes and Star Rail Special Passes or exchange Stellar Jades at a rate of 160 Jades per Pass to roll on Warps.

The rates for all Warps are as follows:

5★ Characters and Light Cones = 0.6% (divided evenly between Characters and Light Cones where applicable)

4★ Characters and Light Cones = 5.1%

The Gacha also has a “pity” system. Players are guaranteed a 5★ every 90 pulls on every Warp banner.

The 5★ that players pull depends on the banner they pulled on. On Standard Warps, the 5★ will be randomly selected from the Standard 5★ pool of characters and Light Cones. On Character Event Warps, there is a 50% chance to receive the rate up character. If you do not get the rate-up character, you will receive a character from the pool of Standard 5★ characters. The next time you receive a 5★ from a Character Event Warp, you are guaranteed to get the rate-up character. On Light Cone Event Warps, there is a 75% chance you will receive the rate-up Light Cone. If you do not get the rate-up Light Cone you’ll receive a Standard 5★ Light Cone instead, and the next 5★ is guaranteed to be the rate-up Light Cone.

If players pull a duplicate of a character that they already own, they will receive the character’s Eidolon and some Undying Starlight. Eidolons can be used to unlock powerful, character-specific upgrades. Undying Starlight can be spent in the store for a variety of rewards including extra pulls, a rotating selection of 4★ characters, and all 7 of the Standard 5★ Light Cones.

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If players pull a duplicate of a Light Cone that they already own, they are able to enhance the Light Cone’s passive by Superimposing and consuming any duplicate copies. Each Light Cone can be Superimposed up to 4 times.

It is generally recommended that you spend your Stellar Jades on Star Rail Special Passes rather than Star Rail Passes. Special Passes are much more scarce, and allow you to roll for limited characters via Character Event Warps; additionally, you will naturally acquire Standard 5★s as you pull on limited banners. Star Rail Passes are available more frequently from sources such as Simulated Universe.

F2P players should avoid using Special Passes on the Light Cone Event Warp. While the featured Light Cone could make your character(s) stronger, it will generally be a better investment to use your Special Passes on Character Event Warps to widen your available roster.

Warps (Banners) & Pity

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Departure Warp

This Warp is available to all new accounts in Honkai: Star Rail. Only KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (37) Star Rail Passes can be spent on this Warp. Players can only spend a total of 50 pulls on this banner. Pulls on this banner can only be done in batches of 10 at a 20% discount (i.e. 8 passes for 10 pulls). After 50 pulls, the player is guaranteed a 5★ Standard Warp character if they have not already done so. 5★ Light Cones do NOT drop from this banner. After the 50 pull limit is met, players can no longer summon on the Departure Warp and it will be removed from the menu.

After receiving the 5★ character from the Departure Warp, players can optionally skip consuming the full 50 pull limit, as there is no additional chance to obtain a 5★ character. The only additional bonus from the Departure Warp is the 20% discount.

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Standard Warp

This Warp is permanently available to all accounts in Honkai: Star Rail. Only KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (39) Star Rail Passescan be spent on this Warp. After 90 pulls, a 5★ character or Light Cone is guaranteed. This banner has no rate-ups for any characters. However, players can select and obtain a 5★ character after 300 total pulls on this banner. This is a one-time offer.

Seven 5★ Characters are available on this banner. They are:

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Bailu is a 5★ Preservation Path Lightning character who focuses on AoE and passive healing. She also has a powerful AoE revive. Bailu is one of only two healers on launch, which makes her fairly unique. However, her long-term value has been questioned due to her lack of utility.
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Bronya is a 5★ Harmony Path Wind character who can manipulate ally action economy and provide powerful damage buffs. She is currently considered the most powerful 5★ in the game because she can be splashed into practically any team.
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Clara is a 5★ Destruction Path Physical character who has a giant robot companion. Her kit focuses on powerful follow-up attacks that are activated when Clara or her allies are hit. She has an incredibly high damage ceiling, but is dependent on drawing enemy aggro to reach it.

She pairs extremely well with March 7th, a free 4★ unit.

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Gepard is a 5★ Preservation Path Ice character who offers team-wide shielding, crowd-control, and tanking. He suffers from slightly awkward shield uptime, and a lack of other defensive utility. Arguably the weakest 5★.
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Himeko is a 5★ Erudition Path Fire character who excels at dealing AoE damage and DoTs through her Skills and follow-up attacks.

She pairs well with Asta, a free 4★ unit.

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Welt is a 5★ Nihility Path Imaginary character who applies debuffs to enemies in the form of delaying enemy actions and applying AoE slows to enemies. As of launch, he is the only available Imaginary character, giving him a temporary niche.

He pairs well with units focused around Speed, like Asta, or characters from the Hunt Path such as Seele and Dan Heng.

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Yanqing is a 5★ Hunt Path Ice character who is capable of dealing high amounts of single-target burst damage as long as he doesn’t get hit.

Yanqing pairs well with units that can Taunt enemies like Fire Trailblazer, and shielders like March 7th.

Seven 5★ Light Cones are available on this banner. They are:

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In the Name of the World
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Moment of Victory
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Night on the Milky Way (Erudition)
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Something Irreplaceable (Destruction)
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But the Battle Isn’t Over
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Sleep Like the Dead
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Time Waits for No One

The 5★ rate is divided evenly between Characters and Light Cones. This means there is a 0.3% chance for Characters and a 0.3% chance for Light Cones.

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Character Event Warp

This Warp is available to all accounts in Honkai: Star Rail. The limited Character Event Warp will change every 3 weeks to feature a different limited character. Only KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (55) Star Rail Special Passes can be spent on this Warp, with a 5★ character being guaranteed after 90 pulls if not pulled before then. The featured 5★ character will be pulled at a 50% rate whenever a 5★ character is pulled. If the 5★ obtained is not the featured character, the next 5★ pulled will be guaranteed to be the limited event character. This is commonly referred to as the 50/50.

Pity & Rates
The Character Event Warp is guaranteed to drop one 4★ item (character or Light Cone) every 10 pulls and one 5★ character every 90 pulls. The chance of pulling a 5★ character increases dramatically starting on the 74th pull (soft pity).

The base rates and average rates (accounting for pity) are:

ItemBase RateAverage Rate Including Pity
5★ Character0.6%1.6%
4★ Character or Light Cone5.1%13%
3★ Light Cone94.3%85.4%
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Light Cone Event Warp

This Warp is available to all accounts in Honkai: Star Rail. The limited Light Cone Event Warp will change every 3 weeks to feature a different limited Light Cone. Only KQM Honkai: Star Rail Beginner Guide - KQM (57) Star Rail Special Passes can be spent on this Warp, with a 5★ Light Cone being guaranteed after 80 pulls if not pulled before then. The featured 5★ Light Cone will be pulled at a 75% rate whenever a 5★ Light Cone is pulled. If the 5★ obtained is not the featured Light Cone, the next 5★ pulled will be guaranteed to be the limited event Light Cone.

Pity & Rates
The Light Cone Event Warp is guaranteed to drop one 4★ item (character or lightcone) every 10 pulls and one 5★ Light Cone every 80 pulls. The chance of pulling a 5★ character increases dramatically starting on the 63rd pull (soft pity).

The base rates and average rates (accounting for pity) are:

ItemBase RateAverage Rate Including Pity
5★ Light Cone0.8%1.87%
4★ Character or Light Cone6.6%14.8%
3★ Light Cone92.6%83.3%

Undying Starlights & Undying Embers

Undying Starlight and Undying Ember are currencies that can be obtained by rolling on Warps. These can be spent in the Embers Exchange and Starlight Exchange to purchase Special Passes, Passes, upgrade resources, and more. Players should purchase the discounted Passes in the Ember Exchange for Embers, as they restock monthly.

Freebie Characters

There are a number of characters that are available to everyone, obtainable through either story progression or other methods:

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The Trailblazer is by default a Destruction Path Physical character with options for both single-target and AoE damage. They can swap to being a Preservation Path Fire character that taunts enemies and shields allies.

Their Physical kit is a decent Physical DPS in a pinch, but otherwise unremarkable compared to their far superior Fire kit. Their Preservation kit offers teamwide damage reduction, shield and a powerful taunt.

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March 7th
March 7th is a Preservation Path Ice character who shields allies and freezes enemies. Plays well with many of the launch game’s DPSes, including Dan Heng, Clara, and Yanqing.

Unlocked as part of the Main Trailblaze Mission.

Her kit provides survivability and utility through powerful single-target shield and freeze support.

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Dan Heng
Dan Heng is a Hunt Path Wind character who focuses on bursts of single-target damage. A very solid single-target DPS who synergizes with many of the other freebie characters.

Unlocked as part of the Main Trailblaze Mission.

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Asta is a Harmony Path Fire character who can buff allies’ ATK and SPD. An incredibly powerful support due to her mixture of offensive buffs and action economy manipulation.

Guaranteed on the first Warp.

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Natasha is an Abundance Path Physical character who focuses on healing allies. Currently quite valuable, as there are no other healers besides the Standard 5★ Bailu.

Unlocked as part of the Main Trailblaze Mission.

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Qingque is an Erudition Path Quantum character who enhances her Basic Attacks through the power of gacha! A fairly tricky kit to take advantage of.

Obtained after completing Stage 3 of Forgotten Hall.

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Serval is an Erudition Path Lightning character who focuses on dealing AoE damage and DoTs.

Obtainable through pre-registration awards.

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Herta is an Erudition Path Ice character who focuses on AoE damage and follow-up attacks. She is valuable in some auto-farming setups, but has some trouble scaling into difficult content.

Obtained through the Starcrossed Symphony Event.
Additional copies are obtainable from Simulated Universe Worlds 2, 4 and 6.

KQM is currently working on build setups for all of the starter characters, which will be released soon!

Pre-Registration Rewards

Due to Mihoyo reaching 10 million pre-registrations, every account will receive the following pre-registration rewards:

  • 100,000 credits
  • 20 Star Rail Passes
  • 4★ Character: Serval

This applies to every account, not just pre-registered ones until May 25th (UTC+8). Enjoy your free pulls!

Other Events
For participants in the All Star Invite web event, you may also receive a 4★ Light Cone, Make the World Clamor, and a 4★ relic (The Musketeer Gloves are recommended). This event is still available until May 25th (UTC+8), so you can still obtain the Light Cone even if you rerolled.

HoyoLab Daily Check-In
The Daily Check-In provides an additional 120 Stellar Jade the first 3 times you check-in and an additional 90 Stellar Jade over the course of the month.

Does the server I choose affect gameplay?

The server you choose will for the most part only affect your ping, which is less of an issue in turn-based games. However, it may create some delay when engaging enemies with a character’s technique or attack in the overworld.

One thing that the server you choose will affect is the Support Character system. Honkai Star Rail allows you to designate a character as your Support Character. In Calyxes and Caverns of Corrosion, players can borrow a Support Character from one of their friends to bring along. This requires you to be on the same server as your friends.

Does the Trailblazer that I choose at the start of the game matter?

While the Trailblazer that you select does not affect any gameplay elements, only visual and audio ones, you cannot change after making your choice. Choose carefully!

How long does it take to guarantee a limited character?

Starting off a fresh new account, 1.0 will give you enough to hit pity on both the Departure Banner as well as once on the Event Warp, meaning that you will not be able to guarantee the Event character if you lose the 50/50. If you save for the first two patches after release, you will have enough Stellar Jade and Special Passes to guarantee a 5★ character on an Event Warp – 180 pulls, or two hard pities.

As you progress through content and exhaust sources of one-time rewards, the amount of Stellar Jade and Passes that you will receive per patch will drop drastically. Depending on if events provide Stellar Jade’s in amounts comparable to HoYoverse’s other similar games, a F2P player will be able to guarantee an Event Warp character every 2-3 months. This also heavily depends on how consistently a player can clear all the available content (daily activities, shop pulls, Simulated Universe, Forgotten Halls, Events, and so forth).

How do I change the Trailblazer’s Element?

As you progress through the story, you unlock new Elements for the Trailblazer. You can change their Element at any time in the character menu using the switch button in the lower right hand corner.

How important are Eidolons?

Generally speaking, Eidolons, Signature Light Cones, and other ways of investing heavily into a few characters are not a requirement or even the best investment that you can make to boost your overall account power. Especially as a newer player, investing into a variety of characters will be better. As of release, almost all characters are strong enough without any Eidolons.

What are these enemies?
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Looks like you found a Warp Trotter! These special enemies appear once per map in specific spots in the Overworld. When they are defeated they drop Stellar Jades. If you encounter one, make sure to focus it first, because it will run away after a set number of turns. There are a limited number of them, and you can check if you have found the Warp Trotter in a specific area through opening the map and checking the treasure counter. If it runs away, don’t fret, it isn’t gone forever, just reload the area and it will respawn.

Are there any things I should avoid doing as a new player?

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Play and spend responsibly! Early game investment into characters is not costly, so there is very little opportunity cost to trying things out. Just because a Light Cone or Character is a higher rarity does not make it the best option. Don’t spend Stellar Jades to complete your Departure Banner or pull on the Standard Banner. The game will give you enough Standard Warp passes to use. Another thing you should avoid is spending Fuel early in the game! Unless you want to unlock the main story right away, you should save them until you reach TL50 wherein you can finally guarantee getting 5★ Relics. This is important because you’ll already be at the point of having high enough levels for your Characters, Light Cones, and Traces that the next step of improvement is by farming Relics. Without a decent Fuel stockpile, the initial Relic grind at TL40 can be grueling.

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Who is the strongest character in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

Tingyun. HoYoverse Energy generation helps in getting your character's ultimate in Honkai Star Rail. Tingyun is easily the best four-star character in Honkai Star Rail, thanks to her brilliant buffs for DPS characters. She can generate energy for allies and boost their damage for multiple turns.

What are the rewards for beginner Honkai: Star Rail? ›

All rewards in beginner banner in Honkai Star Rail

Not only are all Warps 20% off, making it more affordable to pull 10 times, but players are also guaranteed to receive one of the possible five-star characters after 50 warps. These five-star characters include Yanqing, Gepard, Welt, Bronya, Himeko, Clara, and Bailu.

How old is Clara from Honkai: Star Rail? ›

Among the younger Honkai: Star Rail characters, Clara is around 10 to 12 years old. For height, she stands at around 5'1" tall. Clara uses the Physical element and is on the Destruction path.

What does SPD do in HSR? ›

Type. Speed, often abbreviated as SPD, is one of the stats in Honkai: Star Rail, used by both characters and enemies. In combat, it determines Action Value, and consequently the order in which characters and enemies will act.

Who is the best 4 * character in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

Tingyun is arguably the best 4-star unit in Honkai: Star Rail. Her ability to improve the performance of the ally affected by her Benediction buff is comparable to 5-star units abilities. With her Ultimate, Tingyun can operate as a battery and insanely buff one of her allies' damage for two turns.

Who is the canon MC in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

What Are Trailblazer Canon Names in Honkai Star Rail? When you reach the main character selection in Honkai Star Rail, you can see that both Trailblazers have names: Male Protagonist – Receptacle Caelus. Female Protagonist – Receptacle Stelle.

What should I prioritize in Star Rail? ›

Sure, attack power, critical rate, and HP are important, but don't overlook one of the most important stats in Honkai Star Rail: speed.

Is it better to single pull in honkai? ›

- 10x pulls are basically just a faster way of pulling but the rates of both single and 10x pulls are just the same. - If you're an F2P, single pulls are highly recommended to save up those Crystals for the upcoming banners.

Do you get a free S rank in Honkai? ›

The free Rita S-rank is said to be obtainable by completing these objectives. However, her BIS (best in slot) gear including Stigmata and Weapon will have a separate gacha. SPINA stamps will be available for purchase in the Elysian Realm shop, where three stamps will cost 1500 Tokens each.

Is Yanqing a girl or boy? ›

Yanqing is a young boy with long blond hair tied back into a ponytail and golden eyes.

Who is Cecilia Honkai husband? ›

Cecilia Schariac was the wife of Siegfried Kaslana and the biological mother of Kiana Kaslana. She was the most powerful valkyrja ever known by Schicksal with an S-Rank but she was not the first to hold that title.

Who is the oldest person in Honkai? ›

Ages - from youngest to oldest
  • 32/35 - Himeko.
  • 32/38 - Gepard.
  • 35+ - Pela.
  • 36/39 - Natasha.
  • 35/40 - Cocolia.
  • 35/40 - Serval.
  • 82 - Welt (official lore)
  • 300+ - Jing Yuan (in-game dialogue)
May 19, 2023

What does SPD stand for speed? ›

Speed score (Spd) is a statistic developed by Bill James that rates a player on their speed and baserunning ability.

What does HSR stand for in HSR layout? ›

HSR Layout, an abbreviation of Hosur Sarjapura Road Layout is a prominent suburb of South-Eastern Bangalore, India.

Is Himeko a 5 star? ›

Among the 5-star characters, Himeko is a Fire user on the Path of The Erudition. Despite her being A-tier, users are worried that other characters will quickly outpower her.

Who is the female protagonist in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

The player gets to choose either Stelle (female) or Caelus (male), along with their Receptacle Codename.

Who is the blonde male character in Honkai? ›

Otto Apocalypse is a young-looking man with blond hair tied to the side. He keeps his blonde hair and green eyes in all of his Soulium bodies.

Who is the purple haired girl in Honkai? ›

Sirin appears as a young girl somewhere between the ages of 12 and 13. She has long purple hair and yellow eyes. Her outfit changed 3 times during the course of the 2nd Eruption. She is first seen wearing a white lab gown before her full awakening.

Who is the pink hair girl in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

The pink-haired girl aka March 7th is an Ice support unit who is reminiscent of Diona from Genshin Impact. She is capable of giving teammates shields and her Ultimate applies the Ice element on enemies and freezes them. She is free to obtain from the story and is one of the supporting characters in the story.

Which twin to choose in Star Rail? ›

With Honkai Star Rail, it really doesn't make much of a difference if you choose Stelle or Caelus. Both of these characters will have the exact same stats and profile, with the only major difference being their gender and design. Much of this is all up to your personal choice and which character you feel more drawn to.

Is speed important in honkai star rail? ›

Speed, otherwise known as SPD in Honkai Star Rail, is one of the game's most important stats, used by characters and enemies alike. Essentially, Speed determines the Action Value and the order in which events take place. The higher Speed your character has, the earlier they'll go in the combat.

What should I upgrade first in Honkai star rail? ›

Trailblazer (Physical) Should Be Leveled Up First In Honkai: Star Rail. Despite being the game's protagonist, Trailblazer (Physical) is actually the best first character to level up in Honkai Star Rail.

What stats are most important in Honkai star rail? ›

Best Stats
  • Body: Effect Hit Rate or (only if you already have enough) ATK%
  • Feet: Speed.
  • Planar Sphere: Quantum Damage Boost.
  • Link Rope: Energy Regeneration Rate.
  • Sub stats: Effect Hit Rate, Speed, ATK%, Critical Rate.
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Does soft pity exist in Honkai? ›

Honkai Star Rail pity

The “hard pity” of Honkai Star Rail is 90 but there is a “soft pity” which is when the drop rate is very high that it almost guarantees you a light cone or character. This happens around the 70-80 summon mark and you can expect to get a 5-star drop by then.

Is Honkai easier to run than Genshin? ›

While Honkai Star Rail has a great system, too, it is still a bit simple if we compare it to Genshin's, though it has room to grow. It is great for casual players and simple for those who have yet to play a turn-based RPG in the past. For its dynamic combat, Genshin Impact takes the point.

Should I do 1 or 10 pulls? ›

There is no difference between a single pull or a 10 pull. You do not get any additional benefits from pulling 10 at a time. A single pull only has a benefit of preventing you from overpulling when you're trying to get 4 star characters while saving up for your next goal.

What is the highest level Honkai player? ›

If you have the maximum Equilibrium level, then you can level all your characters up to a max level of 80 in Honkai: Star Rail.

What rank is Mobius Honkai? ›

Among The Thirteen Flame-Chasers, she is numbered tenth with the codename "Infinity".

Can you get Paimon in Honkai? ›

This item is time-limited and can't be obtained from permanent activities. Paimon Coin is an item in Honkai Impact 3rd.

How old is Arlan Honkai: Star Rail? ›

Exploring Arlan's age in Honkai Star Rail

He could be around 19 to 21 years old. Arlan and Asta are shown to have an amicable bond as they love spending time with the dog, Peppy. Hence, it can be concluded that both are around the similar age window of the early twenties.

What does Yanqing call Jing Yuan? ›

hourly jing yuan on Twitter: "i think about yanqing calling him 'dage' (big bro in chinese) and jing yuan taking care of yanqing's wounds after a battle just like a big brother https://t.co/G9y3SuKagt" / Twitter.

Who was Otto in love with Honkai? ›

So this friendship become Otto's one-way love for Kallen. After growing up, Otto often used the power of the Apocalypse family to secretly assist Kallen, and for Kallen's request, he would be regarded as a more important mission than his own life.

Is Bronya disabled? ›

As a result of staying in the quantum plane longer than intended, Bronya lost the ability to feel a wide range of emotions, required advanced legs prosthesis in order to move and had a biochip inserted in her brain to maintain survival.

Who is Kallen to Kiana? ›

Kallen is the ancient ancestor of Kiana Kaslana and the most famous Valkyrie to have ever lived. She eventually became Otto Apocalypse's obsession, thus causing him to genetically-engineer a clone named Theresa Apocalypse who has the DNA of Kallen and a Honkai beast named "Vishnu".

Are there kids in Honkai? ›

Children is a stigmata in Honkai Impact 3rd. They can be mixed with Columbus, which released a version later with the same skill effects, to activate the set's 2-/3-piece bonuses.

What is Elysia's nickname Honkai? ›

Elysia is the co-leader of The Thirteen Flame-Chasers. She is ranked second amongst the thirteen. Her codename is "Ego".

What is SPD gaming? ›

Edit. This stat represents how often a weapon can attack. Higher values mean faster. High speed weapons will be ready to use often, whereas low speed weapons will require more time to recharge.

What is SPD RAM? ›

What is SPD? SPD or Serial Presence Detect is a JEDEC standard for storing and accessing static memory specifications on the memory module. This information is retrieved by the BIOS on startup in order to detect the installed memory modules and configure the operating parameters to use such as the memory timings.

What does SPD stand for in military? ›

SPARS. Women's service in the U.S. Coast Guard. SPD. Special Planning Division.

Can HSR use freight? ›

Shared-use HSR systems are railroad infrastructure, rolling stock, and operating strategies that are used by both high-speed trains and conventional service (for example, freight, commuter rail, and intercity passenger rail).

Is HSR Layout safe? ›

The area has a low crime rate, making it a safe place to live. Sector 5 HSR Layout is located in close proximity to major commercial areas such as Electronic City and Koramangala.

Why should we build HSR? ›

High-speed rail reduces carbon emissions

Transportation is the single largest source of carbon causing climate change. The American transportation system is the most inefficient on earth, with most of the country driving gas-guzzling, single-occupant SUVs hundreds of miles a day around sprawling communities.

Which characters are the best in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

The best Honkai: Star Rail characters
SSilver Wolf, Jing Yuan, Gepard, Seele, Clara, Bailu, Bronya
AMarch 7th, Himeko, Welt, Yanqing, Trailblazer (Preservation), Pela, Sushang, Tingyun
BTrailblazer (Destruction), Dan Heng, Asta, Serval, Natasha, Qingque, Sampo
CHook, Herta, Arlan
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Which MC is better in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

Should You Choose Stelle or Caelus in Honkai Star Rail? Similar to Aether and Lumine of Genshin Impact, there's no difference between the MCs Stelle or Caelus in Honkai: Star Rail. All their dialogue options are the same, as well as their combat abilities and stats.

What is the strongest Honkai beast in Honkai impact? ›

Assaka is the Honkai Beast with the most physical damage (not including Trial Level Beasts like Chiyou).

Who is the most op character in Honkai Impact? ›

Fu Hua (Herrscher of Sentience)

It's one of the most powerful yet most elegant in the Honkai universe. The Herrscher of Sentience can provide great physical support and can impair enemies. She can even deal high damage through combo slashes whenever she activates her ultimate.

Who is the bad guy in honkai impact? ›

Houkai (or Honkai), also known as Collapse, are the titular central antagonists of Guns Girl Z and its sequel Honkai Impact 3rd.

What is the best character for beginners in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

The Trailblazer (Physical) Helps Start Honkai Star Rail With One Of The Best Beginner Characters. As the protagonist of Honkai Star Rail, the Trailblazer is one of the best characters players can use throughout their journey.

Who is the green haired girl in Honkai? ›

Appearance. Before her MANTIS surgery, Mobius was a tall adult woman, often seen wearing a lab coat and glasses. Currently, Mobius has the appearance of a child, with long, curly, green hair that extends to her waist.

Who is worth leveling up in Honkai: Star Rail? ›

Despite being the game's protagonist, Trailblazer (Physical) is actually the best first character to level up in Honkai Star Rail. Unlike Genshin Impact's Anemo Traveler, for instance, Star Rail's main character is not only usable but also very good.

Who is the best shielder in Star Rail? ›

Gepard – A

The best Shield provider in the game. Gepard has a massive party-wide shield that can almost eliminate the need for a healer for any overworld battle you would have.

Who is the weakest flame chaser Honkai? ›

Before becoming one of the Flame-Chasers, Pardofelis lived in the nefarious Sundown Alley, and relied on her "craftiness" to get by. Although she claims to be the weakest among the Flame-Chasers, and that her enlistment was a coincidence, as the [Reverist Calico], she still has a unique fighting style worth noting.

Who is the 1st Herrscher? ›

Welt Joyce was the first Herrscher in the current Era of Civilization. He was one of the founders of Anti-Entropy alongside Einstein, Tesla, and Planck.

Who is the strongest Herrscher? ›

Narrator, Honkai Impact 3rd - Secret of the God Keys. The legendary Herrscher who brought the end to the ancient civilization of Earth and was considered as the most evil and dangerous Herrscher of all time for alone destroying the surface of Earth before the rise of the new human civilization .


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