Honkai Star Rail Warp Trotter Locations

In our Honkai Star Rail Warp Trotter Locations guide, we are going to show you where you can find this rare and elusive enemy. Well, enemy is a strong word given their demeanor, but you get the picture. We will also explain the Warp Trotter’s weaknesses, how to handle them, and more. There’s a lot to get into, so let’s waste no more time.

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honkai star rail warp trotter locations
Honkai Star Rail Warp Trotter Locations

Honkai Star Rail Warp Trotter Enemy Explained

The Warp Trotter enemy in Honkai Star Rail is an elusive creature spawns in various locations and bolts as soon as you come across it. Most commonly, they spawn after you’ve clear out the main story quests in one area and then come back. If you manage to defeat them in one location, they will not spawn again there. On the other hand, if the Warp Trotter escapes before you can win, they normally respawn after a while. Their weaknesses seem to be Physical, Imaginary and Quantum damage. Fair warning, the Trotters are cute and they’re terrified of fighting you. It’s hard to make yourself attack them. On the other hand, they drop rare loot. Plus, in the universe of Star Rail, they are technically teleporting vermin, so there’s that.

Honkai Star Rail Warp Trotter Locations in Herta Space Station

There are three locations where Warp trotters spawn in the Herta Space Station in Honkai Rail Warp. At least, three that we are aware of. One of them is in the southwest area of the Storage Zone, the second is the middle (more or less) of the Supply Zone, and the third is in the western corridor of the Base Zone. We’ll try and keep updating the guide with more Warp Trotters as we discover them. They’re definitely tricky to pin down, since they will make a run for it even if you don’t spot them. If we’ve missed any in the Herta Space Station, let us know in the comments.

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