To The Faint Star Honkai Star Rail Red Truth or Blue Lie Rocky Choice

The Honkai Star Rail To The Faint Star Red Truth or Blue Lie Rocky choice is the “climax” of the quest. The decision you have to make is whether you want to tell Rocky the truth, which will hurt him emotionally, or give him a comforting lie. What is one to do in such a pickle? Here’s what we think.

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To The Faint Star Honkai Star Rail Red Truth or Blue Lie Rocky Choice

Red Truth or Blue Lie Rocky Choice in Honkai Star Rail – To the Faint Star

The Rocky choice between Red Truth or Blue Lie in the To The Faint Star quest in Honkai Star Rail happens at the very end of the quest, as we’ve said. You need to decide whether you want to give Rocky a false hope or just come out with the harsh reality. Now, if you don’t want any spoilers, we’ll give you the solution here: we believe it’s best to choose the Red Truth. Not that the choice has huge future repercussions, but there do appear to be some which you can avoid by simply being veracious. And besides, it’s not like Rocky even knows the person, and you certainly don’t have enough information to decide the path of his life.

So, that’s our recommendation on how to solve the Red Truth or Blue Lie Rocky choice in Honkai Star Rail To the Faint Star. We’re gonna get into spoilers now, so if you don’t want those, you’re good to stop reading now. Still here? Great. See, if you lie to Rocky and then talk to Bernard, he will actually comment on what you’ve done and give you a reward. That’s all fine and dandy. The issue is, after you’ve come back after a while and talk to Bernard, you’ll find out that Rocky has left to find Ley. Not exactly the ideal resolution to the story, right? Now, I don’t know whether Rocky comes back at some point, but I wouldn’t gamble on it.

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