Where To Find Every Material In Honkai: Star Rail

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Once you pull a character through the Gacha System or get them for free in Honkai: Star Rail, you’ll have to farm a lot of resources to upgrade them. Each character has six ascension phases and four of their Traces can be upgraded up to level ten. You’ll also have to upgrade a suitable Light Cone for them.


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All these upgrades require a ton of materials that can be farmed all over the world. Some materials are shared between two types of upgrades, and you have to spend a ton of Trailblaze Power to get most of them.

Updated on September 24, 2023, by Sanyam Jain: The article has been updated with the latest materials added to Honkai: Star Rail during the Version 1.3 update.


All Stagnant Shadow Drop Locations

Honkai Star Rail Seele With Stagnant Shadow-1

Stagnant Shadow is the equivalent of world bosses in Honkai: Star Rail, and they’re required to ascend a character from the third phase onward. A bunch of Stagnant Shadows are scattered on various planets in the game and here’s how you can find and defeat them all:

Drop Name

Planet

Region

Combat Style

Void Cast iron

Herta Space Station

Base Zone

This boss is known for performing a charged attack almost every turn. It’s recommended to break its Weakness when it’s charging this attack to cancel it.


It doesn’t spawn extra enemies so you can use single-target DPS characters against it.

Golden Crown of the Past Shadow

Jarilo-VI

Backwater Pass

The mage that you go against in this fight has a special attack that gives her nine stacks of a certain effect. One stack decreases with each attack she receives.


You take damage based on the stacks left when she gets the next turn. Moreover, she’s also great at Imprisoning your allies.

Storm Eye

Jarilo-VI

Rivet Town

This boss is similar to the first one above. The only difference is that the charged attacks from this boss can target up to three allies at the same time.


It can also apply a ton of Wind Shear effect on allies, which deals Wind DoT DMG every time the ally gets a turn.

Broken Teeth of Iron Wolf

Jarilo-VI

Great Mine

The Automaton you’ll face in this Stagnant Shadow is known for its high single-target damage. It can also lock on some of your allies at times.


This lock-on isn’t removed even if you break its Weakness. You’ll need to have a healer or shielder for this fight.

Endotherm Chitin

Jarilo-VI

Silvermane Guard Restricted Zone

The boss will constantly buff itself during its attacks, which will keep increasing the damage taken by your allies. It also applies a ton of Burn.


It’s recommended to have a cleanser against this boss if you want to prevent extra DoT on your characters.

Lightning Crown of the Past Shadow

Jarilo-VI

Corridor of Fading Echoes

For this mage, you’ll have to carefully save your Skill Points as she can punish you for using Skills or Normal Attacks at random times.


This punishment deals a ton of damage, making it essential to use your Skill Points efficiently.

Horn Of Snow

Jarilo-VI

Corridor of Fading Echoes

This boss spawns a couple of Fragmentum monsters on each side once every few attacks, and it consumes them in the next attack.


If you defeat both the guards before it does the consuming action, its DEF will be decreased for a couple of turns.

Gelid Chitin

The Xianzhou Luofu

Cloudford

This enemy has a high chance of Freezing your characters with all its attacks, but it’s quite easy to defeat if you have a cleanser.

Suppressing Edict

The Xianzhou Luofu

Artisanship Commission

Aurumaton Gatekeeper is great at Imprisoning your party members while the smaller enemies around it apply various other debuffs.


It’s important to have cleansers for this fight unless your characters have high Effect RES.

Shape Shifter’s Lightning Staff

The Xianzhou Luofu

Stargazer Navalia

This is one of the hardest bosses to defeat as it spawns Mara-Struck soldiers beside it and heals itself with its attacks every few turns.


The Mara-Struck can also revive themselves once after being defeated.

Ascendant Debris

The Xianzhou Luofu

Alchemy Commission

This boss looks similar to a couple of bosses from Jarilo-VI, but it has a special attack that takes away 30% of your characters’ health permanently.


This health can only be regained when the effect runs out or if you clear the debuff. Preservation characters are great for this fight.

Nail of the Ape

The Xianzhou Luofu

Scalegorge Waterscape

Malefic Ape marks one of your allies whenever they use their Skill, and the last ally to use a Skill before its turn gets a heavy attack.


It’s important to manage this mark since the Ape’s attack can easily one-shot your characters unless you have a Preservation unit.

You can get up to five drops from each run of Stagnant Shadow at the highest difficulty.

Traces And Light Cone Material Locations

Honkai Star Rail Seele With Crimson Calyx

Golden Calyxes are unlocked after you progress the main story for quite a bit, and they can give you the materials required to upgrade Light Cones and Traces of a certain path. All characters of that path take these drops, which makes it a decent resource to pre-farm.

Path

Material Names

Planet

Calyx Location

Destruction

Worldbreaker, Lifeless, Shattered Blade

Herta Space Station

Storage Zone

Preservation

Safeguard of Amber, Oath of Steel, Endurance of Bronze

Herta Space Station

Supply Zone

The Hunt

Arrow of the Starchaser, Demon Slayer, Beast Hunter

Jarilo-VI

Outlying Snow Plains

Abundance

Flower of Eternity, Sprout of Life, Seed of Abundance

Jarilo-VI

Backwater Pass

Nihility

Obsidian of Obsession, Desolation, Dread

Jarilo-VI

Great Mine

Erudition

Key of Wisdom, Knowledge, Inspiration

Jarilo-VI

Rivet Town

Harmony

Stellaris Symphony, Ancestral Hymn, Harmonic Tune

Jarilo-VI

Robot Settlement

These items will take most of your Trailblaze Power while you’re farming for a character as you don’t even have a guaranteed chance to get one purple drop at the highest difficulty. It takes up to 14 purple drops to upgrade one Trace from level nine to ten.

All Mob Drop Locations

Honkai Star Rail Seele With Robot Enemies

Mob Drops are the only upgrade items that don’t require you to spend Trailblaze Power to get them. You can simply go to the correct locations on the map and defeat the overworld mobs to get any mob drop you want. Of course, this also means that you’ll need much more of them.

Much like the Trace and Light Cone materials, you can convert lower rarity mob drops to higher rarities. Moreover, the number and rarity of drops you get from different mobs increase with your Equilibrium Level.

You can also get Lost Trotters randomly when you start a battle with the Overworld mob.

These Trotters will give you some extra drops of the same type as the mob you’re fighting.

Here’s how you can get every mob drop in Honkai: Star Rail:

Drop Names

Enemy To Farm

Planet

Notes

Squirming, Glimmering, Extinguished Core

Fragmentum Monsters except for Everwinter and Incineration Shadewalker

All Planets

You’ll find most of these drops from bird-like and Imaginary Weaver enemies found on every planet in the overworld.

Conqueror’s Will, Usurper’s Scheme, Thief’s Instinct

Antimatter Legion

Herta Space Station

There aren’t a lot of enemies on the Herta Space Station as there are only three areas that you can find enemies in.


This might make it harder to farm these drops quickly.

Silvermane Medal, Insignia, Badge

Silvermane Guards, Vagrants, Everwinter/Incineration Shadewalker

Jarilo-VI

You can’t farm the Silvermane Guards in the overworld apart from when you’re doing a quest, but the other mobs are quite common.

Ancient Engine, Spindle, Part

Automatons

Jarilo-VI

You’ll find Automatons in all the underground Belobog areas where you can find enemies and Robot Settlement.


Sometimes, robots can be found when you start fights with Vagrants as well.

Immortal Lumintwig, Aeroblossom, Scionette

Abominations of Abundance

The Xianzhou Luofu

All types of Mara-Struck enemies found in all the unsafe areas of the planet can drop these items.


Some of these enemies can revive themselves while others can deal heavy damage to your characters when they’re defeated.

Artifex’s Gyreheart, Cogwheel, Module

Entranced Ingenia

The Xianzhou Luofu

If you see an enemy that doesn’t look like Mara-Struck or Fragmentum Monsters, you’re looking at the required enemies for these drops.


They’re small enemies that are usually floating around.

You can also get these mob drops from Simulated Universe, Assignments, or by buying them in the Embers Exchange shop. It’s recommended to only spend Embers if you have over 900 since you need that many to buy passes every month.

All Weekly Boss Drop Locations

Honkai Star Rail Seele With Echo Of War On Jarilo

Weekly Boss drops can be farmed from various Echo of Wars located on different planets. These domains will have you fight some formidable bosses that you had to fight during the main story. You can only farm Echo of War domains three times every week cumulatively, so choose your battles wisely.

These items are required to upgrade Traces past a certain level, which makes them very important:

You can get up to three weekly boss drops every time you finish Echo of War at the highest difficulty.

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