Honkai Star Rail Leveling Guide

In our Honkai Star Rail leveling guide, we are going to explain how to level up fast in this game. We will also talk about the difference between the Trailblaze level and the Equilibrium level and how they tie in together. This is all pretty important information, especially if this is your first time playing a game of this kind. So, let’s dive straight in!

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honkai star rail leveling guide
Honkai Star Rail Leveling Guide

How to Level Up Fast in Honkai Star Rail

The core of our Honkai Star Rail leveling guide will be how to quickly increase your Trailblaze level. That’s your character’s level. Now, the quickest way to increase it are Calyx Challenges. They are limited by the Trailblaze Power, but there’s still plenty of EXP to earn (over a thousand a day). Enable the maximum amount of enemy waves, select an easy challenge, set it to auto-battle and double the speed. Rinse and repeat as many times as you can. Of course, that’s not the only thing to do. You should also complete Daily Training, Trailblaze Missions and collect Operation Briefing and Internal Purchase Officer rewards. In the last two, the former is basically completing achievements and the latter for purchasing set amounts of stuff from merchants in the space station.

So, those are all the methods you can use for leveling your character in Honkai Star Rail. Now it’s time to talk about the Equilibrium Level. First of all, what is it? Well, it essentially functions as the world level. The higher your Equilibrium, the more difficult the enemies, but also the better their drops get. As you progress through your Trailblaze Levels, you’ll eventually hit a wall where you can’t go any further without raising the Equilibrium. To do that, track the quest called Trial of the Equilibrium and complete it. These challenges are not easy but also not that hard, either. They happen at level 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 65 at time of writing. After you finis the Equilibrium Trial, you can proceed with increasing your Trailblaze level.

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